EPISODE 23: CONNECTING TO MIND, BODY,AND SPIRIT



“Connection is the experience of oneness. It’s having shared experiences, relatable feelings, or similar ideas. It is the feeling of belonging to something greater than oneself.”

We are back with part two of our conversation on connection. Life, parenthood, schooling, career, marriage, can make it hard to keep the sense of connection between body, mind, and spirit.  Life becomes a series of check marks.  

The loss of connection makes it harder to hear your inner voice, to feel your purpose, to be open to the possibilities of the universe.

We talk about our struggles finding and maintaining connection both with our inner voice and with the outerworld.  

Music, art, shared experiences, and help keep the connection were especially necessary during the pandemic.

Join us as we dive back in and discuss connections.  Head over to our socials to tell us how you maintain connect. 

GO BOLDLY HOMEWORK

    1. Grab your journal!
    2. Make a list of 3 ways you like to connect: meditation, grounding, prayer, talks with friends
    3. Calendar time every week for the next month to incorporate connection for yourself
  • Connect with your accountability partner and let them know your plan – hold each other to your plans to connect each week

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EPISODE 22: OUR NEED FOR CONNECTION



“When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world.” -John Muir

This week we kick off part one of our two part conversation on connection. Our connection to mind, body and spirit guides us.  As humans we need to feel a sense of connection to something, whether it is a larger universe, God, the Earth, other people or something unique. This need relates to belonging, soul, spirit, self worth, doubt, fear, love, kindness. We find connection in grounding, prayer, meditation, group activities, friendship, and relationships.

We also take a look at how the pandemic created space to stop and recognize our need for true connection, rather than the incidental connections in the normal world.  The pandemic created a space for many to stop and turn inward.  

Rielly and Tovah look at how they also looked outward for the connection. This worldwide pandemic brought out a sense of community and empathy and a sense of oneness. 

Join us for this part one and connect with us with your thoughts on how you forge a true connection with yourself and the world.

GO BOLDLY HOMEWORK

    1. Grab your journal!
    2. Make a list of 3 ways you like to connect: meditation, grounding, prayer, talks with friends
    3. Calendar time every week for the next month to incorporate connection for yourself
    4. Connect with your accountability partner and let them know your plan – hold each other to your plans to connect each week

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EPISODE 21: AUTHENTICITY, CONNECTING YOUR INNER AND OUTER WORLD



In this week’s episode we are talking about authenticity and living an authentic life. When we live an authentic life our actions and words, and our beliefs and values act in alignment. In order to achieve this kind of alignment we have to do the hard work of understanding ourselves first.

When we are able to tune in to our inner voice, understand our purpose, hear our deeper selves then we can connect our inner world with our outer expression of self. That is how we live an authentic life. 

So often as children we are trained to adapt our personality to fit in with the people around us and to be more likeable. We change to fit social norms and expectations. We change to meet the needs of our loved ones. Somewhere along the way we lose sight of who we are or who we are meant to be. Bringing that person to the surface allows us to live a happier, more limitless life. 

Authenticity allows us to feel comfortable in our own bodies, confident in our beliefs and decisions, and ready to walk through life in our purpose. We are all able to accomplish this by raising our awareness and listening to what we truly need. 

Today we will talk all about methods and means to overcome the urge to adapt our personalities to fit in and live an authentic life. We give tips and tricks, as well as steps to take to help unwind some of the lifetime of conditioning. As always this is a process and it is an ongoing experience. Tune in to hear our discussion on authenticity and how we can connect our inner and outer worlds. 

GO BOLDLY HOMEWORK

  1. Take a moment to do a mental inventory – scan through your body and notice how you feel emotionally & physically.
  2. Grab your journal and think back to the last time you did something that felt like it didn’t align with what you believe or what you want, for whatever reason. It could be in your personal life, or at work. Take some time to describe before, during, and after it happened. Describe it physically and emotionally if you can. 
  3. Set aside your journal for some time and then go back and read through what you wrote. Take some time to consider what your authentic self wanted versus what your adaptive self did. Consider an alternative solution. Journal out what that would look and feel like. 
  4. Reach out to your accountability partner and talk it through. 

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EPISODE 20: LETTING GO SO WE CAN LIVE



EPISODE 20: LETTING GO SO WE CAN LIVE

“To let go does not mean to get rid of. To let go means to let be. When we let be with compassion, things come and go on their own.” –Jack Kornfield

On today’s episode we talk about letting go and surrendering.  What do we need to let go?  Outcomes? Control?  Other People?  

We try to control things because of what we think will happen if we don’t. In other words, control is rooted in fear.

We’ve talked in the past about our perfection and our need to listen to our inner voice.  What does that mean?  It means we need to let go and surrender. Holding on to pain/control doesn’t fix anything. Replaying the past over and over again doesn’t change it, and wishing things were different doesn’t make it so.

The key to success is in letting go, releasing our grip, and surrendering our need to figure everything out ourselves.  This is how we find our way to authenticity.  

We talk about what we have had to do to work towards letting go.  As with most things it’s an ongoing process.  Listen in to hear our conversation on surrendering and where we find peace with the Universe.

GO BOLDLY HOMEWORK

  1. Take a deep breath.  Thinking about what you may be holding onto.  Is it control? Is there a past relationship?  Do some deep listening. 
  2. Then imagine what it would be like if you let go of what you are holding onto.  Journal about what they would feel like.  
  3. Talk to your accountability partner about letting go and surrendering.  What/who do you surrender to?

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EPISODE 19: FAILING TOWARDS HAPPINESS



This week we talk all about failure and how it’s not such a bad thing. 

It’s true that you risk failure if you try something bold because you might miss it. But you also risk failure if you stand still and don’t try anything new..  

Embrace adversity and make failure a regular part of your life. If you’re not failing, you’re probably not really moving forward.

The less you venture out, the greater your risk of failure. Ironically the more you risk failure — and actually fail — the greater your chances of success.

If you are succeeding in everything you do, then you’re probably not pushing yourself hard enough. And that means you’re not taking enough risks. You risk because you have something of value you want to achieve.

 You are not a failure.  You failed.

If any of these statements make you feel uncomfortable, time for you to join us on this week’s episode. 

GO BOLDLY HOMEWORK

  1. Get out that journal. Think about the last time you failed. Did you stop trying because you failed, or did you fail because you stopped trying?
  2. Try something new.  Something that you will probably not be great at it and let it be a challenge.  How did it make you feel?
  3. Share with your accountability partner about your experience.

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ANNOUNCEMENT EPISODE- LIMITED LIFE SISTERHOOD



We are very excited to share with you news of our new undertaking.  We have been putting our hearts and days into this effort because when we decided to launch this course we set out with the intention of writing a program that speaks to the journey we each have been on as individuals and as partners. 

Planting the Seeds for your Limitless Life

The Limitless Life Sisterhood is a loving and supportive place where we come together to build community around the premise that you, as you are, are deserving of the life you choose for yourself. Whatever that vision becomes. Over the ten weeks we are together we plant the seeds and feed the ideas in you that give you the space to design a life that sings to your unique soul.

Over the ten weeks we spend together in community, we provide everything you need to walk through the process feeling confident, excited, supported, maybe just a little bit uncomfortable and scared (that’s where the best things happen!), and most of all surrounded by other women who are on the journey along with you.

Are you ready to invest in your future?

Registration opens TODAY, May 17, 2021

Invest in yourself and your Limitless Life today!

Limitless Life is the course we needed

When you join the Limitless Life Sisterhood you are signing up for 10 weeks of transformative inner journey work. 

No matter where you are right now. If life is pretty good or you are in a really tough spot, this course will provide you with the stepping stones and tools to get started down the path to a happier and more fulfilled life. When you take the time to clear out the noise and distractions, then you can dive in and really listen to what is pulling at your heart, what is calling you home. 

Each week we dive into one of our podcast episodes, take it apart, and put it back together. You are not left to figure it out alone! This is an interactive and engaged process. If you are willing to put in the work, energy, and whole hearted effort we believe you will gain perspective, a deeper understanding of who you are and what you are meant to be doing, and you will have a lot of fun too! 

Do You Feel Like There Is More To Life?

If you are like us, and you have that feeling inside you like there is more out there for you than the daily grind, then send us a message. Better yet, send yourself a message. Invest in uncovering your truth today. There is never going to be a more perfect time, a more appropriate moment, a more comfortable day to start. We can’t wait to meet you and learn all about who you are and even more exciting where you are going!

Check us out at www.goboldlyinitiative.com!

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18: THE CURSE OF PERFECTIONISM



Today we dive into a topic that is near and dear to both our hearts.  We have both dealt with and continue to deal with perfectionism in our lives and like to think of ourselves as recovering perfectionists.   

Perfectionism is not is not striving for excellence. Perfectionism is not self-improvement. 

Despite that we see the desire to be perfect can often overtake other goals.

Tune in today to hear how we talk about our own experiences with perfectionism, both how we deal with those feelings and where they come from.  The steps we take as we practice parenting perfectionists.  How finding and listening to our authentic self can help deal with our perfectionism? All this and more on today’s show.

GO BOLDLY HOMEWORK

  1. Look back and think about the most recent time you may have set unrealistic goals for yourself. Was it a small expectation you set for a day or was it a larger goal?
  2. Journal how you did.  What was your motivation? How did you deal with that then?  
  3. Talk to your accountability partner.

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17: Belonging with Authenticity and Self Acceptance



Belonging is the innate human desire to be part of something larger than us. Because this yearning is so primal, we often try to acquire it by fitting in and by seeking approval, which are not only hollow substitutes for belonging, but often barriers to it. Because true belonging only happens when we present our authentic, imperfect selves to the world, our sense of belonging can never be greater than our level of self-acceptance. – Brené Brown

This week we take a closer look at what it means to truly belong.  To have a sense of belonging.  This is more than just sitting in a room surrounded by people. Belonging is not merely “fitting in.” Belonging is a feeling that you are accepted and a welcome and included part of the larger group as you are right now without exception. In order to have true belonging we must be our authentic selves.  Belonging is fundamental to our connection and sense of self worth. 

To find true belonging we must work on our sense of acceptance.  We must continue to do the hard work of listening to our inner voice and connecting to our authentic selves.  

Belonging does not mean changing yourselves to fit in the group but it does mean that you be open and be accepting of others. 

Belonging is important on a personal level but it also has larger implications in communities, workplaces and schools. To truly welcome others we need to be able to provide a place that they can be themselves without having to change.   By showing up as our authentic self we make it safe and open for others to show up as their authentic selves.  

GO BOLDLY HOMEWORK

  1. Take a mental inventory of where/when you feel most connected; when do you feel least connected?
  2. Journal prompt: set a timer for 10 minutes and describe in detail your ideal group interaction. How many people are there? What are you doing? How does it feel? Where are you?
  3. Create a calendar reminder for sometime in the next week to start building your ideal interaction/group.

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16: SETTING BOUNDARIES TO FREE YOURSELF



This week we tackle setting boundaries.  Setting boundaries is the key to being able to be your most authentic self and live a truly limitless life.  Boundaries aren’t just a sign of a healthy relationship; they’re a sign of self-respect. So give yourself the permission to set boundaries and work to preserve them.

It’s important for all of us to have personal boundaries. They dictate how we approach relationships with friends and acquaintances. Our boundaries help us live in-tune with our desires, needs, and feelings. They help us be our authentic selves. It’s no one’s responsibility to make you happy, just like you are not responsible for anyone else’s happiness. 

We use boundaries to discard the world’s expectations and live our own free life. Boundaries help us navigate relationships with friends, families, and in your work.

Boundaries are not easy to set for anyone and we know that.  We live that.  We do a deep dive into the how-tos of setting boundaries.  What you need to practice and what support you need to establish.  

Join us, free yourself by setting boundaries!

GO BOLDLY HOMEWORK

  1. Practice saying “No, thanks.” 
  2. Journal about your feelings when saying no. How did it feel?  What feelings came up?
  3. Use your accountability partner to practice setting boundaries within your relationship.

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15: WOMEN AND ANGER: AUTHENTICITY MEANS ALL THE FEELINGS



Women are taught from early on that anger is ugly and inappropriate.  Certainly not ladylike.  On this week’s episode we take a close look at what it means to be angry as a woman, as a parent, as a member of our society.  

We discuss what we were told about anger as children and how that influenced how we showed ourselves to the world.  Suppressing anger can be dangerous, both to an individual and society and yet we continue to reward women for hiding their anger. 

Why is anger so important? Why is a necessary feeling disregarded for women?  Why is anger so threatening?  Join us as we dig deep to answer these questions. 

As Soraya Chemaly says, “A society that does not respect women’s anger is one that does not respect women, not as human beings, thinkers, knowers, active participants, or citizens.” We are building a limitless society and to do so we must allow anger its place.   

GO BOLDLY HOMEWORK

  1. Take some quiet time for yourself with your journal and answer these writing prompts:
    1. When were you angry last?
    2. What did you do about it?
    3. How did that make you feel?
  2. Catch up with your accountability partner and talk about the things that make you angry and how you express that anger
    1. Revisit your journal and see how it matches up to your conversation

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