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TDC #16: C is for… Catalyst

Jan 22, 2019

When I was sick, it was so clear to me that cancer was a catalyst for some major inner changes for me. And while this process can be daunting and overwhelming within itself, in today’s episode I teach you 4 steps for gently going through this process and creating a framework for your personal roadmap. You can apply these 4 steps to each of the areas of your life like health habits, work and career, relationships, personal development, spirituality, and others.

 

What You’ll Learn From this Episode:

4 powerful steps for gently going through the process of creating a framework for your personal roadmap.

+   How cancer and chronic pain are in many ways similar to fasting: they propel you in the direction of your spirit and higher being.

That all changes begin in your mind first, so make sure to start creating this personal roadmap today even if it takes some time to implement and manifest in the physical world.

+  Truth & Dare Quote: I suspect the ego part of us is keeping most of the population on a treadmill: moving very fast but not going anywhere.

 

Featured on the Show:

TDC #05: C is for… Change

Read about Ceca’s mission and cancer journey here.

If you’re looking for a way to use your cancer as a powerful catalyst for change, let’s get on a brief call and explore how we can achieve that together. To book a free call, click here.

  To stop identifying with your cancer, take three empowering steps outlined in the free You Are Not Your Cancer guide.

+   Join the Truth & Dare Cancer Facebook group. It’s a safe space where I and lots of other like-minded women with cancer hang out and share our stories, struggles, tips, and support.

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