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Earn Your Happy

Get all the inside secrets and tools you need to help you bust through your fears, connect to your soul and get focused and clear so you can elevate your life, business and relationships… Listen in as Lori Harder, founder of the Bliss Project, 3X time fitness world champion, fitness expert and cover model, turned self love junkie - lifestyle entrepreneur and author digs in shares the goods! Each episode is designed to give you the tools, ideas, and inspiration to take action in your life. Tune in for an inspirational guest, a story or a "quickie" of motivation to get you out of a funk or blast you even further on your rockstar journey! Stop waiting until you are happy and go out and earn it! I promise to make sure we have some fun along the way - you can't take this life too serious. It's time to fall in love with the process and take back your control! Oh and please make sure to share the episodes that give you goosebumps and leave us a review!
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Aug 30, 2018

“You have everything you need inside of you.”

 

You may have read or heard this quote from me before, but if I’m being honest, the first time I heard this quote I called BS on it. I mean sure, it’s an empowering concept, but if you don’t know how to look at it from all sides (which I didn’t when I first heard it), it’s disempowering.

 

But here’s where it does hold true. You do have everything you need right now to start asking questions and to be resourceful. How empowering is that?

 

“You have all you need to in order to create whatever you’re desiring in your life.”

 

For example, when I first started my podcast, I knew nothing…I mean nothing about starting a podcast. So I started researching (Google) and finding others who could help me get it off the ground. I was not meant to create all the things by myself. For this particular endeavor, I had the idea and it was up to me to move it forward. It was literally a matter of asking the right questions.

 

All that’s left to do is start! After all, “pure bliss is becoming the person that you knew you were meant to be.” But it’s up to you to create the experiences in order to bring that person into reality. 

 

Now to all my over-thinkers out there (you know who you are), you may be coming up with a list a mile long of all the reasons you just can’t do it. But here’s my advice: start now! If you don’t take action, you won’t fulfill your purpose. It sounds harsh, but it’s true.

 

Don’t worry if things don’t go as planned. Know that it’s all a part of the process and that the universe will provide a soft landing. And even if you feel that sometimes your actions are selfish, know that you’re making progress and it’s somehow affecting someone in a beautiful way.  

 

Are you with me? Let’s start taking action – big and small steps – now!

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In This Episode Lori talks about:

 

  • Why everything you need isn’t inside of you
  • Being resourceful
  • Creating experiences to help you step into your highest purpose

 

Resources:

 

Join Lori, Oprah Magazine’s staff and other thought leaders on the Oprah Magazine Cruise to the Bahamas | Oct. 28-Nov. 4!

 

Go here for details: https://www.hollandamerica.com/en_US/cruise-ships/ms-nieuw-statendam/oprah-caribbean-adventure-of-your-life.html

 

Thrive Event | Sept. 14-16, 2018, Las Vegas

AttendThrive.com

 

Go to ATribeCalledBliss.com to find out the latest on Lori’s book tour and join the world’s biggest tribe book club

 

A Tribe Called Bliss by Lori Harder

Now available at loriharder.com/amazon or ATribeCalledBliss.com

Join me on the A Tribe Called Bliss Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1571018952966750/

Check out my website at loriharder.com. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook.

Aug 27, 2018

Having grown up in a broken but happy family, today’s guest, Cayla Craft, knew she was meant to do big things and help people. However, she first had to change the lens she was viewing her life through. In order for her to create what she wanted out of life, she had to ditch the mentality of “I am nothing,” and instead share her story to help others.

 

Once Cayla realized that there was no need to compare her journey with someone else’s, she could stop trying to please everyone, find her purpose, dictate how she lived her life and make herself a priority. And that’s just what she did.

 

As a result, today Cayla is a self-made millionaire and now teaches other entrepreneurial women how to do the same. She gives women the tools and resources they need to have an abundant mindset and shamelessly pursue their ambitions while still enjoying life.

 

There were so many moments I related to throughout our conversation and I have a feeling many of you will as well. I would love to hear what those moments are! Happy listening!

 

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Question Highlights:

  • Did you always know that you were going to do big things and help a lot of people?
  • What is something you would say to someone who is still in that push phase or exhausting themselves?
  • When did you know your story was the most powerful thing you could share?
  • What do you tell someone to get started on in order to feel fulfilled and successful?
  • Why is it so important to make sure you’re creating new relationships and leaving old ones behind?
  • Why do we feel like we need to please others and how do we break ourselves from that mindset?
  • If someone is on the verge of having a difficult conversation, what would you tell them?
  • Have you ever experienced “imposter syndrome,” and if so, how did you deal with it?
  • What are your fears right now and how do you handle them?
  • What do you think is the biggest difference between people who are creating the life they love and stepping into their authentic truth and those who aren’t?

 

In This Episode We Talk about:

  • Cayla’s upbringing in a broken, but happy home
  • Why Cayla felt like a warrior for so long
  • Removing the lens of “I am nothing.”
  • Why self-awareness is the first step of transformation
  • The importance of doing the internal work
  • Reframing your story and finding your purpose
  • Creating new relationships and leaving behind old relationships that aren’t serving you behind
  • Making yourself a priority
  • Allowing others to feel uncomfortable so they can grow
  • Why we can never take anything personally
  • How Cayla preps when she needs to have difficult/uncomfortable conversations
  • Different perceptions of reality
  • Putting your focus on serving others
  • How Cayla’s raising kids that live empowered and inspired lives
  • Mommy Millionaire Podcast
  • And so much more…

 

Quotes

 

“You’ve already done enough; now it’s time for your message to be heard.”

 

“You have to change the story – you have to rewrite what you want out of your life.”

 

“Self-awareness is the first key to transformation.”

 

“Stop living your life for an audience that doesn’t exist.”

 

“Stop looking outward and start looking inward.”

 

“I don’t need to Google – the answers are already inside of me.”

 

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Cayla Craft is a mom of 3, self-made millionaire, and lifestyle entrepreneur. The California native went from saving lives in the ER as a nurse working 9-5 to helping women pursue a passion for owning their own business. Her first taste of success began when she created an organization of 60k+ people for Isagenix, a company that sells health and wellness supplements. From that platform she branched out into business coaching and found incomparable satisfaction from helping others achieve success.

 

Cayla has helped thousands of women start to believe in themselves as entrepreneurs and business women. Her goal is to help mothers gain insight and confidence in their entrepreneurial endeavors, and grow their business to 7 figures! She gives women the tools and resources they need to have an abundant mindset and shamelessly pursue their ambitions while still enjoying life as a mom.

 

Cayla created Mommy Millionaire to fill a void of community driven by women searching to grow from good to great. Mommy Millionaire seeks to pour out practical tips and business know-how that is current and relevant to what is working today. Cayla is an expert in speaking about sales, culture, and online marketing with experience in keynote speeches on connecting.

 

Resources:

MommyMillionaire.co

IG: @cayla.craft 

Mommy Millionaire Podcast on iTunes:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/mommy-millionaire/id1370982175?mt=2

 

Listen to Lori’s interview on the Mommy Millionaire podcast here:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/002-tribe-called-bliss-how-women-can-lift-each-other/id1370982175?i=1000408886233&mt=2

 

Check out my website at loriharder.com. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook.

Aug 23, 2018

I want to start off by saying a huge thank you to all who listen and follow this podcast. As we fly into 8 million downloads, I have to keep pinching myself to ensure it’s all real. I couldn’t do this without you all and I am so, so grateful that you choose to spend part of your day listening.

 

A couple months back, I heard the phrase “I am blissfully dissatisfied with my life,” from the amazing Ed Mylett. And I love the balance of the two words because it means being blissfully happy with where you’re at while being equally dissatisfied with wanting more or knowing you have more to give.

 

“In order to be a happy human, we have to make progress.”

 

Whether it’s in terms of your health, family, relationships or your business, progress keeps us alive! The other day the idea of being blissfully dissatisfied was brought back into my life when I received a message from a follower. Upon first glance this woman looked like someone I could be friends with – she was a yogi, into wellness etc. – but upon reading the first sentence (I’m going to have to unfollow you because you seem to have a ‘deep dissatisfaction’ with your life), I don’t think we’ll be friends anytime soon. I close the message before I could read the whole thing because honestly, I was breathing fire! Then I took a moment, went back, blocked her and deleted the message. Sure, I could have responded, but people with energy like that are not for me.

 

So anyway, this message got me thinking back to what Ed Mylett had said and I honestly thought… I am equal parts satisfied and dissatisfied – and I’m totally OK with that. You see, as humans, we’re not wired to be happy. We have a need to be better – for ourselves and others. But in order to find this balance, we can’t be focused on satisfaction in ALL areas at ALL times. We must give ourselves grace in the areas that aren’t the priority and pour ourselves into the other areas despite potential side effects.

 

So yes, I will never be satisfied, but I will ALWAYS be blissful. And I will always strive to show as much love, grace and compassion to all those who think I feel otherwise.  

 

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In This Episode Lori talks about:

 

  • Why progressing is crucial for our happiness
  • How she dealt with an unkind message
  • Giving yourself grace 

Resources:

 

Join Lori, Oprah Magazine’s staff and other thought leaders on the Oprah Magazine Cruise to the Bahamas | Oct. 28-Nov. 4!

 

Go here for details: https://www.hollandamerica.com/en_US/cruise-ships/ms-nieuw-statendam/oprah-caribbean-adventure-of-your-life.html

 

Thrive Event | Sept. 14-16, 2018, Las Vegas

AttendThrive.com

 

Go to ATribeCalledBliss.com to find out the latest on Lori’s book tour and join the world’s biggest tribe book club

 

A Tribe Called Bliss by Lori Harder

Now available at loriharder.com/amazon or ATribeCalledBliss.com

 

Join me on the A Tribe Called Bliss Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1571018952966750/

Check out my website at loriharder.com. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook.

Aug 20, 2018

I’ve been stalking following today’s guest, Jaclyn Johnson’s @createcultivate IG page for quite some time now. In fact, before I knew her personally, her event photos helped inspire me to create my own stage for The Bliss Project. But here’s the thing, Jaclyn’s events are way more than a gorgeous stage – they’re all about collaboration and helping other women create and cultivate the career of their dreams.

 

Don’t be fooled though, Create & Cultivate conferences aren’t just for entrepreneurs – they’re for all women who are looking for a refresh of inspiration in all things business.

 

Jaclyn and I talk about her rough start as a naïve 23-year-old entrepreneur who didn’t know what she was doing, the lessons she learned from it and why it helped her become the wildly successful CEO Creative & Cultivate she is today. Jaclyn also shares why Creative & Cultivate is thriving and why she hopes to help others with her new book, WorkParty, by providing tips on how to run a business, how to start thinking like an entrepreneur and how to maintain friendships, relationships and partnerships along the way. Since this interview I’ve completed her book and it’s definitely an inspirational must-read!  

 

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Question Highlights:

  • Where are you at right now and how did you get there?
  • What would you tell someone who’s looking for the next thing to get started and take the leap?
  • What’s a question you’ve never been asked that you think people should ask when they’re starting a business or in a business?
  • What does white space mean?
  • What is a lesson that’s been painful and awesome?
  • How did you learn not to take things personal?
  • What do you do for yourself in order to make decisions and implement the culture you want?
  • What is something you’re most excited about and something you’re working through right now?
  • What is something you do with your team every single week to keep your team cohesive?
  • What are the most important messages of your book, WorkParty?
  • Who is someone you look up to right now for inspiration?
  • What are your Creative & Cultivate events/conferences like?
  • How do you let go of people/relationships that aren’t serving you?
  • Why this book right now and who needs it?

 

In This Episode We Talk about:

  • How Jaclyn’s entrepreneurial journey started and lead to founding Create & Cultivate
  • Why we tend to be more creative when we have nothing to lose
  • Runway and goal-setting
  • Jaclyn’s definition of “white space” in the business world
  • The importance of getting things in writing in terms of getting serious and legalities
  • Friendships and business
  • Approaching business from a human perspective by not escalating and remaining level-headed and fair
  • Why work is part of Jaclyn’s self-care
  • Keeping separation between business and those friends who are near and dear
  • Scaling and growing a business while maintaining authenticity of the brand
  • The most important messages of Jaclyn’s book, WorkParty
  • Going against the status quo of what business looks like for women
  • Handling hard decisions in the best way
  • Why it’s so much better to collaborate vs. compete with others
  • Why Jaclyn wrote WorkParty
  • And so much more…

 

Quotes

 

“The reason I was wildly successful was because I didn’t play by the rules.”

 

“You’ll never know unless you just do it.”

 

“Start by just starting.”

 

“Collaboration over competition.”

 

“So much more can happen if we’re on the same team.”

 

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Jaclyn Johnson is a powerhouse entrepreneur. By the time she was 28, she had sold her first business, (No Subject), invested in one of the country’s top female owned startups, Away, and launched her second multimillion dollar company, Create & Cultivate.

 

Johnson recognized a gap in resources for female millennial entrepreneurs and responded with solutions, Create & Cultivate and now, WorkParty. In the process, Jaclyn’s own philosophy, built on female empowerment, hustling-hard and innovation have propelled her voice to the forefront of the discussion on career, a new thought-leader for millennial women and Gen-Z-ers.

Known for her powerful messaging and often imitated never duplicated style of digital and experiential marketing, Johnson is reshaping attitudes on female entrepreneurialism, work culture and the gig economy for women all over the world.

In August, Jaclyn’s new book, WorkParty releases via Simon & Schuster, offering her rallying cry for women in the workplace.

Resources:

CreateCultivate.com

WorkParty.com

IG: @jaclynrjohnson

IG: @createcultivate

Book: WorkParty by Jaclyn Johnson - Order Now on Amazon

WorkParty on iTunes 

Check out my website at loriharder.com. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook.

Aug 16, 2018

Today’s episode is a super special quickie and it involves something I’ve been manifesting for years. While I was wrapping up my three-week European vacation I received notice that I was selected to be a speaker on one of the Oprah Magazine Cruises – yes, THE Oprah! My mind is still whirling from this news.

 

I firmly believe that this opportunity came up after I finally cleared enough stuff to make room for it while I allowed myself to recharge and get away on my trip. And honestly, as odd as it sounds, once I was able to actually “let go” of my dream to meet Oprah (there was literally a dream where it happened – listen to hear about it) and know that either way, I’m OK – it happened. It’s all about living into your gifts.

 

Here’s a little Manifestation 101 on how I was able to live into my Oprah manifestation:

  1. You have to put the work in, believe in a little bit of magic and have faith. Allow that dream to look different and probably the most important – be patient.
  2. Focus on why you’re awesome and what you love about yourself. Who or what brings out that part of you?
  3. Be the energy you want to attract. Raise your vibration to get there.
  4. Get clear and declare it. If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ve likely heard my Oprah dream quite a few times. ;)
  5. Release it. You are significant and loved regardless of whether or not this dream happens.

 

I would love to see you on the Oprah Cruise (to the Bahamas) with me! Check out the link in the resources and let’s fill that ship up with the highest-vibing people ever! It will be like a boat version of Bliss Project! Be sure to message or tag me on Instagram if you’re in – I cannot wait!  

 

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In This Episode Lori talks about:

 

  • Lori’s keynote speaker opportunity on an Oprah Magazine Cruise
  • Letting go of dreams to allow them to happen
  • Lori’s five tips to help you manifest what you desire 

 

Resources:

 

Join Lori, Oprah Magazine’s staff and other thought leaders on the Oprah Magazine Cruise to the Bahamas | Oct. 28-Nov. 4!

Go here for details: https://www.hollandamerica.com/en_US/cruise-ships/ms-nieuw-statendam/oprah-caribbean-adventure-of-your-life.html

 

Thrive Event | Sept. 14-16, 2018, Las Vegas

AttendThrive.com

 

Go to ATribeCalledBliss.com to find out the latest on Lori’s book tour and join the world’s biggest tribe book club

A Tribe Called Bliss by Lori Harder

Now available at loriharder.com/amazon or ATribeCalledBliss.com

 

Join me on the A Tribe Called Bliss Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1571018952966750/

 

Check out my website at loriharder.com. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook.

Aug 13, 2018

You’re going to love today’s guest, Angie Lee, as she’s a wise old soul at the core but not even 30 years old! She and I go back 10 years to a fitness camp we attended together. Since that time she’s become this powerhouse business woman who loves sharing her light and knowledge with others.

 

Today, we’re dialing into the present and talking about Angie’s upcoming book, Raise Your Hand as well as her Pays to Be Brave event in October – and all the fears and doubts that come up as a result. She believes that being bold is key and that “no’s” are imperative to anyone’s journey.

 

I hope you enjoy a good mixture of silliness and seriousness because you’ll get a big dose of both in this episode! Don’t be surprised if you’re ready to write your own book or host an event after listening! 

 

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Question Highlights:

  • What is the most exciting thing in your life right now?
  • What is the journey your event is taking you on and reflecting back at you right now?
  • What is your new book about?
  • Why aren’t women “raising their hands?”
  • How can we deal with getting no’s?
  • What is something right now that’s pushing on your solar plexus that you have to ask for?
  • Can you share one of your “what was I thinking” moments that’s also helped you grow?
  • How do we tell the difference between a gut check and fear?

In This Episode We Talk about:

  • How Angie’s upcoming event, “Pays to Be Brave,” blends both woo-woo and business together
  • Intuitive organic marketing
  • Battling and pushing through fear
  • Why being bold is one of the most important qualities a woman can have
  • Putting a value on what you have to offer and how that correlates with your worth
  • Money as an energy exchange
  • Handing off (or hiring out) things that aren’t in your zone of genius
  • Dealing with negative feedback
  • Why polarity is necessary
  • The difference between the skillsets of an entrepreneur vs. a leader
  • The importance of gut checks and not just what’s on paper
  • And so much more…

 

Quotes

“I treat the marketing and numbers like they’re real people.”

 

“It’s OK to hear no because it also may be a yes down the road.”

 

“It’s never as bad as we make it out to be.”

 

“The business doesn’t grow unless the team grows.”

 

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Angie Lee is the hilarious + wicked smart business bestie you've always wanted. A serial entrepreneur, vibrant speaker, life coach & business mentor, Angie's genius is helping women embrace fear, take messy action and monetize their passion. 

 

Corporate + College dropout, $100k in debt to 7-figure entrepreneur under 30, Angie's passion runs deep for helping women unlock their full potential to finally create the income and life they desire. Angie is the host of the top-rated The Angie Lee Show, the Founder of Pays to Be Brave Summit and the upcoming self-published author of Raise Your Hand.

 

Her Wellpreneur Mastermind teaches wellness professionals how to grow their social brand and close sales with ease. Angie's cracked the code for organic marketing by successfully producing multiple 6- and 7-figure product launches, with no paid advertising or complicated funnels. She now teaches her loyal community how to grow and scale their online business with standout branding, authentic messaging and intuitive marketing. 

Resources:

AngieLee.com

IG: @AngieLeeShow

 

Book: Raise Your Hand by Angie Lee (Coming later in 2018)

 

Pays to Be Brave Summit

Oct. 20-21, 2018  •  San Diego, CA

 

The Angie Lee Show on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/angie-lee-show-entrepreneurship-marketing-social-media/id1178232410?mt=2

 

Check out my website at loriharder.com. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook.

 

 

Aug 9, 2018

It never gets old seeing and hearing what readers are resonating within A Tribe Called Bliss. I love hearing what people are taking away and what makes that light bulb turn on for them. Recently, I’ve seen a lot of people calling out the following quote:

 

“He who trims himself to suit everyone will soon whittle himself away.” – Raymond Hull

 

We’ve all been guilty of this at one time or another, and I think it’s been such an a-ha moment for people in the book because it’s giving others permission to step even more into themselves and be who they truly are – regardless of what other people will think.

 

So what part of yourself have you been whittling away in order to make someone else happy? Are you hiding a part of yourself because you’re afraid to show that part? Or is it because you’re surrounding yourself with people who aren’t the right fit for where you’re at?

 

It’s time to get real with yourself – dig deep. What do YOU need right now? Look from all angles, and STOP turning the volume down on who you are. Is it easy? Um, not quite, but I will tell you this:

 

“The highest good doesn’t always feel good.”

 

This is where you must confront any resistance you have head on and grow from it. Find out who you truly are. If you’ve whittled yourself so far down that you don’t even know who you are, it’s time to get to work.

 

First, figure out what emotion is the most important for you to live in. Then, choose one thing a day that helps you live it out. It could be reading or listening to podcasts, but what I’m really looking for are tangible actions. DO something! And don’t worry if you try something and it’s not the right fit. Trust me, you’ll know immediately, just has you’ll instantly know if it’s the “right” thing.

 

So who’s with me? It’s time to put that inspiration into action.

 

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In This Episode Lori talks about:

 

  • Importance of following your bliss, joy, pleasure and where you’re being guided
  • Constantly seeking resistance in order to grow
  • Taking inspired action

 

 

Resources:

 

Go to ATribeCalledBliss.com to find out the latest on Lori’s book tour and join the world’s biggest tribe book club

 

A Tribe Called Bliss by Lori Harder

Now available at loriharder.com/amazon or ATribeCalledBliss.com

 

Join me on the A Tribe Called Bliss Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1571018952966750/ 

Check out my website at loriharder.com. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook.

Aug 6, 2018

My guest today, yogi and wellness coach, Koya Webb, personifies the word love. We were fortunate enough to chat in person, but I know you’ll feel her warm energy through the recording as well. And with a platform that encourages people to “love yourself, love others, and love the planet,” it’s no wonder.

 

Raised in small-town Tennessee, Koya was counting on athletics to get her out into the world. Unfortunately, right at the time of a life-changing conference meet, she suffered a stress fracture in her back. Devastated, she heeded the advice of her counselor and took up yoga and breath work to help her rehab. Even though her first yoga class was anything but easy, Koya was in love at first breath. In fact, she found herself completely rehabbed in 6 months and went on to win a conference event the following year.

 

Also during that time, Koya learned to slow down and listen to her body. Today, she credits this practice along with yoga, meditation and maintaining a plant-based diet for the high-vibing life she lives every day.

 

Koya offers so much valuable insight into living a vegan lifestyle (or just dabbling in it), and if you get one thing out of our conversation it would be to stop and truly tune into what your body is saying. You never know what it will tell you if you pay attention.

 

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Question Highlights:

  • What is most exciting for you in your world right now?
  • What is your upcoming book about?
  • What was your life’s big pivot point?
  • How old were you when you first started listening to your body?
  • What would you tell people if they’ve never let their feelings lead them? Where should people start?
  • Does being vegan ever bring up challenges for you?
  • Are there practical ways to start dabbling in a more plant-based diet?
  • What is the most impactful thing that’s shifted for you since becoming plant-based?

 

In This Episode We Talk about:

  • Koya’s yoga teacher training course
  • Koya’s upcoming book
  • Changing your frequency from fear to love
  • Why yoga and meditation help connect you to your soul
  • How a stress fracture in her back led Koya to discover yoga and breath work
  • The importance of listening to your body and slowing down when it feels called to
  • How Koya practices what she teaches in her teacher training
  • The benefits of plant-based diet
  • Why online-bought food carries a higher vibration
  • How Koya navigates eating when out vs. at home
  • And so much more…

 

Quotes

“Yoga is the perfect tool.”

 

“You can’t love others to the detriment of yourself.”

 

“You can thrive and have a lot of energy, gain weight or lose weight on a plant-based diet.”

 

“Wherever you are on your journey, you are loved.”

 

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Koya Webb is an internationally recognized yoga teacher, personal trainer, holistic health and wellness coach, author, motivational speaker, and professional fitness model revolutionizing the holistic living landscape. She is the creator of Get Loved Up, a platform that encourages people to “love yourself, love others, and love the planet” by practicing environmental sustainability, plant-based nutrition, and mindful movement.

Resources:

KoyaWebb.com

IG: @koyawebb

      @GetLovedUp

FB: https://facebook.com/koyawebbonline

YouTube: Fitness, Food and Fun or Koya Webb

 

Check out my website at loriharder.com. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook.

Aug 2, 2018

The other night I went to a Soul Cycle class despite the voice inside my head that told me I didn’t want to go and didn’t have the energy to move my legs that fast (can you relate?). But after coming off of my three-week vacation, I was struggling. My re-entry back into “reality” has been tough.

 

Thankfully my Soul Cycle instructor gave me the wake-up call (or question) that led to a shift.

 

“What is a gift you could give yourself right now that would make your day or life better?”

 

I actually surprised myself with the answer…an attitude adjustment. Whoa, seems a bit harsh, huh? But here’s the thing. Now is not the time to take it easy on myself. I’ve still got a lot of things I want to do. And one of those things, was getting back into the groove with my podcast interviews.

 

I had a ton of resistance around my scheduled interviews this week, but once I remembered how much I enjoy talking with such incredible humans, I changed my tune.

 

“Sitting in resistance is a choice.”

 

Sitting in resistance was not serving me. It was time to lean in and start asking myself questions instead. What would it look and feel like if I was back in the groove of things? What if I let go and enjoyed it? What would that look like?

 

“If it’s something you’re choosing to have on your plate because you want it there, you can let go of the resistance.”

 

I realize that letting go can be hard and it takes a lot of thought. Trust me, that has been me for the last week. But just start small by asking questions – don’t force it. You’ll find that once you start envisioning all the good things, your energy will increase, too. Resistance, while sometimes helpful, only sucks your energy away. Let’s do the opposite by ramping up your energy instead and watch as more shows up.

 

I hope this message prompts you to take a moment today to figure out what you need the most, move through resistance and lean in. 

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In This Episode Lori talks about:

 

  • Discovering what you really need to give yourself
  • Why Lori gave herself an attitude adjustment
  • Letting go of resistance and leaning in

 

Resources:

 

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A Tribe Called Bliss by Lori Harder

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