Change can be difficult, and boy have we had a lot of changes around MOJO lately! Catch up with Jean Marie and Scott and all the goings on, plus get the lowdown on the immediate future, contribute your thoughts, and pickup some handy resources to help you handle any of your own changes with a little more grace and a lot less AACK!
Earlier this week I challenged you all to try out my top 5 happiness practices. So, how's it going?
Well, if you're having a hard time implementing them, or don't really know where to start, this week's #FreeVideoFriday is here to help. Day 1 of The Find Your MOJO Challenge details some of my favorite ways to practice gratitude, which just so happens to be the #1 happiness practice in our challenge for this week.
If you follow us on Instagram, you've no doubt noticed that we do a little something called #FreeVideoFriday to feature our free video of the week. Well, now #FreeVideoFriday will have it's own special feature right here on the MOJO blog. This week, we bring you the opportunity to check out our Quick Morning MOJO practice from the Find Your MOJO Challenge for free. This is perfect help for those of you who resonated with our MOJO Show interview with Meredith Cameron in which we discussed the power of a morning ritual and getting your yoga in even if you don't have much time. Enjoy!
Whatever your work day might look like, I'm willing to bet that it's hard on you in some way: physically, mentally, or emotionally. If I'm right, say, "Gawd, yes!" I know you work hard, and are often short on time to care of yourself. That's why this week I'm giving the long format read a break and cutting to the chase. Please accept my offering to you of 10 moves to yogafy your work day in my Office Yoga video from the Find Your MOJO Challenge.
Ever feel like you’re lost in the minutiae of day-to-day living? Are you overrun with to-do’s but have no idea where all those do’s are taking you? Me too. That’s why I started a visioning practice: to clarify my vision for my life and my big Why, infusing my to-do’s with inspiration and purpose. I want to share this practice with you this week, along with a Visioning Meditation below, to perhaps help spark some motivation for you in these dog days of summer.
It can really be damn hard to stay focused, especially when we have a big vision with lots of accompanying goals and things to do every single day. No matter what our direction in life, we can easily become so overwhelmed with things that we have to do and want to do, that we might even forget momentarily what it’s like to be in a state of focus. This sort of multitasking existence leads us to touching upon many things, yes, but never truly giving any one thing our full attention.
This week, we bring you another super special treat in the form of a free peek into the Find Your MOJO Challenge!
We hope you enjoy doing today's challenge. And if you do, come join us for the full course, which you can start and work on anytime, at your own pace! There are 2 ways to join:
This week, we bring you another super special treat in the form of a free peek into the Find Your MOJO Challenge! Today's exercise is to give mojo to someone else in the form of random acts of kindness. So, watch today's challenge video and listen to The MOJO Show to learn more about how you can give mojo to others today.
The Find Your MOJO Challenge is in full swing, and we are so loving this opportunity to share with you, the MOJO Mob, our strategies for helping you design life the way you intend to live it…and making that life a reality every day! We’re so pumped on this challenge in fact, that we’ve suspended our normal content plan. That’s right. We figured, we’re putting so much work into this challenge, and the tips and guidance we’re offering within it are so valuable…why the heck would we feature anything else right now?
At the start of a new year our thoughts often turn to the things to which we feel true devotion: our loved ones, our health, our happiness, and our dreams. We have so many things we’d like to accomplish, experience, and bring to fruition in this one life! And thoughts like these are why such a phenomenon as “new year’s resolutions” even exists. Yet, we all know the dismal success rate of those strobe light intentions, as I’m going to start calling them. You know, they’re mostly momentary flashes of brilliance surrounded by oceans of darkness. So, if our “resolutions” are sparked by the things to which we feel deep devotion and for which we have long desired, why do we often so utterly fail at keeping up with them?