Holding tension with yesterday’s post about NOT heaving Big Lessons onto anyone is today’s post about butt-kicking. I’m going to let the video speak for itself, but wanted to quickly introduce our conversation partners today. In order of appearance, they are:
- Dyana Valentine: Dyana is a self-described professional instigator, based in Santa Monica, California. Her primary media include coaching and speaking, and just this month she launched a brand new business and show called Woke Up Knowing (you must check it out! I was soothed and inspired, both, by the very first show). Here blog and website are at www.dyanavalentine.com.
- Andrea Scher: Andrea is a creative entrepreneur, writer and life coach living in Berkeley, California. Through her company, Superhero Designs, and her award-winning blog, Superhero Journal, Andrea inspires other creative souls to live authentic, colorful and extraordinary lives. Andrea also co-facilitates Mondo Beyondo, a transformative (for me and so many others!) online course designed to unlock and give flight to your dreams.
Baby Nico: Andrea’s youngest son reveals his utter cuteness (again) in this cameo appearance. Heart-stopping raspberries not excluded.
- Tammy Strobel: Tammy, of Portland, Oregon, is the author of Simply Car-free and Smalltopia. A leader and instigator in the simplicity revolution, she hosts a warm, inspiring community at her site, RowdyKittens. “Social change through simple living” is the (perfect, in my mind) tag line there.
- Elese Coit: Elese is a transformational author, speaker, radio show host, and Master Transformative Coach. She specializes in training coaches and teaches classes in Peace of Mind and Wellbeing. Her international radio show, A New Way To Handle Absolutely Everything, airs each Friday (for those interested in growing trust, I highly recommend!). Learn more about Elese at www.elesecoit.com.
I hope you’ll consider yourself a person at this table, too! What do you think about butt-kicking? Have you had positive or negative experiences with it? Is there a helpful, trust-inducing place for it? I’d love to hear your thoughts!
(Those reading via email, click here to view the video. My first experiment with animation opens it up – I hope you’ll stop by and see! :)