Oct 24, 2021
Do you find yourself asking, what is your purpose in life? The answer doesn’t come easy. You have to experience life’s detours, twists and turns to bring you to where you are meant to be. Productivity Expert, Author and entrepreneur, Tanya Dalton, our guest in this episode of Live Your Dreams Awake, realized that goals are not “the goal”. They’re just the vehicle that will bring us to our life’s purpose. She found her passion in helping women do less while achieving success in life. Make sure to listen until the end to pick up nuggets that you can apply in your life and learn more about the books she wrote.
REMEMBER -"We don't have to wait to be happy, we can be happy every single day but it takes choosing it."
This week's tip is to limit the amount of blue in your bathroom. Having excess blue in your bathroom and images of water can cause a saturation in your finances and a loss of money. So it's important to limit the amount of blue so that you can accumulate wealth in your life rather than allow it to flow away.
HIGHLIGHTS OF WHAT WE COVER DURING THIS EPISODE:
Books that Tanya Dalton wrote:
CONNECT WITH TANYA DALTON:
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"It is so interesting, I think how the detours and twist and turns of life bring us to where we are and really were where we're meant when we allow it to happen."- Tanya Dalton
"It is incredibly incredibly important to really listen to your intuition, to really listen to the strings that we have inside of us, those tiny whispers inside of our head."- Tanya Dalton
"We don't have to wait to be happy, we can be happy every single day but it takes choosing it."- Tanya Dalton
“Every single one of us is designed for greatness."- Tanya Dalton
"It takes a while to listen."- Tanya Dalton
"I realized goals are not the goal."- Tanya Dalton
"You create that structure but you also allow the grace for life to happen."- Tanya Dalton
"I truly believe it's the detours of life that gets us where we wanna go."- Tanya Dalton
"Sometimes we can't see the gift because we don't like the package it's wrapped in."- Tanya Dalton