May Motivation

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Design Your Day

Recently, I was working with one of my clients: a busy parent and successful entrepreneur. My client seemed overwhelmed, and was using words like hamster wheel and tailspin. I felt this person’s pain, and suggested taking a moment to envision the best outcome for tomorrow’s day.

My client responded with astonishment—as having a hard time believing that it was possible to have power or control over one’s day.

So many of us move from point A to point B without giving it a moment’s thought. We just put our heads down and do what we are told.

But I'm here to challenge you to DO things differently.

After learning that my client starts the day at 5:30 a.m. in the office, going through the morning’s to-do list and checking emails, I asked how this person would LIKE to begin the day.

The response: “A nice stretch and a cup of tea.”

“Then let's DO it!” I cheered.

So this month, MAY I give you permission to make a positive change in your life?

One that will brighten your soul and lift your spirits?

And if you don't know what that change might be, please head over to my website and book a #Hash It Out session. Together, we will take 45 minutes to cut through the noise and come through to the other side with a positive outlook and a clear, direct path to DO something that works for YOU.



I'd like to share a little something that's really working for me right now: doTERRA essential oils. [link: ] These come in a range of delightful aromas, single oils as well as therapeutic blends. I especially like “Cheer”—it beats the blues with an optimistic combination of orange, clove, nutmeg, vanilla, and other scents—and “Motivate,” a mint-citrus blend that encourages confidence.

If you’re interested in hearing more about these beautiful, powerful essential oils, email me and I'll ship you a sample pack. It’s a small investment in feeling a whole lot better.

Spring is in the air, so let's put a spring in your step and design a day that is uplifting, enjoyable, and intentional.

This month, stop and smell the roses—or any other fragrance that strikes your fancy.


Kristen Glosserman