A few weeks ago a wonderful woman named Jane walked into the SheHive and asked Andrea and I if she could coach us. After we stopped crying ALL THE TEARS (of gratitude, of course), we said yes. The first assignment Jane gave us was to write down what we wanted - for ourselves and for the SheHive - over the next three years.
In preparation for our first session with Jane, I spent some time revisiting the many lists I had made of my ideal life over the past few years - my Ultimate Life List (bucket list), homework I had done for a leadership development course in grad school, the first prototype of the SheHive (a sketchbook full of women drinking wine and laughing)… Much of it hadn’t been revisited in quite some time and some of it was no longer applicable or even important to me anymore. However, overwhelmingly, I was struck by how much of it had actually manifested.
There is power and magic in a good life list. It grounds you in your purpose, gives you hopes and dreams for the future, and helps you understand more about yourself. It also has a strange tendency to produce results.
Naming and claiming those things you want in life - giving rich detail to lofty and brave desires - is a critical first step in achieving the life you truly want to live. So much so that doing so is the cornerstone of many of the SheHive workshops, series and events.
Whether you want help creating your very first Ultimate Life List or have defined it already and want help achieving it, we sincerely want to be a part of making it happen at the SheHive. Check out next week’s upcoming events to find out how we can work on this journey together.]
Don't forget to check out all the other upcoming events at the SheHive next week including the free Weekly Waggle on Wednesday and the Essential Oils 101 and Everyday Toxins workshops.
SheHiver, life is SO GRAND on this side of the list!
With much love and gratitude,
P.S. The SheHive came to be after Andrea and I shared our written ideal lives with each other and found out they were SO similar. #TrueStory