As moms and business owners, it often feels like we’re under so much pressure to do every single thing perfectly, and that makes the balance between our lives and our work impossible to achieve. What is Conscious Creation and how can it help us escape this stress? How can we redefine our roles on our terms? How do we start prioritizing the things that are ideal to us, instead of forcing ourselves into obligations?
In this episode, Business and Life Coach, and my good friend, Kelsey Murphy, talks about a new system she has developed to help women show up in the best ways at home and at work.
“Conscious creation is about intentionally and consciously defining what an ideal life looks like on a business and personal level, and then planning for it.” -Kelsey Murphy
3 Things We Learned From This Episode
1. Be intentional about creating epic moments (13:01 – 14:28)
We can’t do everything with our kids, but what we can do is focus on things that will create memories for them. We need to focus on the things they can remember and treasure, and not for the sake of what we’re expected to do as parents.
2. Find the ideal way to spend time with your kids (11:15 – 12:12)
We don’t have to follow what every other mom does to spend time with their kids. We can spend quality time with them in a way and manner that we’re excited about as opposed to something that makes us feel obligated and bored. It starts with us redefining what the ideal looks like for us.
3. When we focus on what ignites us, we receive more of it (16:16 – 18:04)
When we start thinking about what we love and what makes us happy, our brains will start filtering out what doesn’t fit that vision. Our brain will be wired to start filtering in the right things and more of them will come our way.
Kelsey Murphy is a Business & Life Coach working with Fortune 500 companies, like Facebook & Twitter, industry thought leaders like Marie Forleo and her B-Schoolers, as well as celebrity nutritionists, coaches, and other brilliant humans creating meaningful businesses and lives. She’s been featured in places like Forbes, Business Insider, Huffington Post, LiveStrong, Living Healthy, LaurenConrad.com and more. When Kelsey’s not coaching, you can find her hosting the Whiskey & Work podcast, giving her wise (and sometimes comical) advice on navigating the waters of business, life, and relationships.
For more information, visit her website
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