Life Check Yourself Episode 311 – With Sally Maxwell: How to Get Off Autopilot and Design a Life You Absolutely Love
Do you feel flat, lost and stuck because your life is out of alignment with who you are authentically in your soul?
Do you secretly wish the Universe would give you a “Life Do Over,” so you could follow your heart instead of doing what you were supposed to do?
Do you see other women your age taking chances, doing amazing, ‘you only live once’ type things, and think it should have been you?
Do you sometimes think your life could be so different if you weren’t stuck in fear?
Marni welcomes Sally Maxwell into the studio. She lives her life on her own terms and is passionate about working with people to transform their lives using the Handel method. During this episode, Sally breaks down the HG principles in a direct and loving way and offers practical tips and actions to get you off autopilot.
Key Takeaways from this Episode:
- How to live your dreams
- Connecting to joy
- Getting measurable results
- Design a tagline for your life
The Handel Method [2:57]
The Handel method is an innovative, straightforward coaching method that changes the lives of private and corporate clients for over 20-years. It is taught at MIT, Stanford, and 50 other educational programs. What makes it different is that it is specific and measurable.
The first thing clients do is write their dreams in twelve areas of life from the perspective of their higher self.
Marni asks why it is so easy for people to get tunnel vision or be afraid to dream.
Getting stuck in our lower selves is what gets in our way as human beings.
How to Connect to Joy [24:24]
The fastest way to get connected to joy is to think about the one thing we need to deal with that we put off then, create a specific and measurable promise about when we are going to do it.
We are not connected to the long-term consequence of blowing off our dreams and that keeps us stuck.
Design a Tagline for Your Dreams [31:14]
Marni asks Sally what people can do when they are in the moment of breaking a promise to themselves. Sally says there are two immediate actions a person could take. They could break the promise to themselves and pay the consequence or design a tagline.