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Taking Responsibility For Your Happiness

Today on The Good Life, Advancement Strategist and Owner of Alpha Advancement Strategies, Lori Lynn Greene, shared about Taking Responsibility For Your Happiness. She started off talking about how to avoid other people’s expectations, and not to allow fear to steal our happiness. She then told us we’re responsible for our own happiness, and how to recognize negative patterns in our life that hinder it.

Next, Lori shared areas of her life she had to take responsibility for what she allowed, and how she learned to say no. She highlighted reasons why we don’t take responsibility, and other lies we tell ourselves. She told us what to pay attention to experience greater fulfillment. Listen in and hear more about it!

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Taking Control of Your Finances

Today on It’s A Wonderful Life, Coach, Speaker, and Executive Director of The John Maxwell Team, Marc Major, joined Lori to discuss taking Control of Your Finances. They started off talking about how most people spend more time planning vacations than their future. They encouraged us to evaluate where we are, reduce debt, and develop responsible financial habits.

Next, they talked about teaching kids financial responsibility, the value of work and contribution. They challenged us to find a reason “why”, and make ourselves more valuable. Also, evaluating our budget and giving. Finally, they told us to have an abundance mindset and how to generate different sources of income.

From Powerless to Powerful

On today’s Musings with Marnie, Marnie Wells from Gilead’s Balm, joined Lori to talk about the difference between powerless people and powerful people. They started off telling us how strength is not about muscle but conviction, as well as, being self-disciplined. Marnie shared from the Book Keep Your Love On by Danny Silk. Then she told us how we all have blind spots, and how we need each other to become powerful. She then illustrated what being powerless looks like and the motives behind it.

Next, the conversation highlighted the contrast between the choices of both powerless people and powerful people  Marnie explained unhealthy co-dependencies vs. the environment powerful people create. She expounded on the clear lines powerful people draw when expecting behaviors from others and themselves. Finally, they shared how powerful people take responsibility for their decisions, how they find their strength in love, and how they choose not to carry the issues of others. Listen in and hear more about it.