011: Making Room in Your Life for New Things to Come in

Hey friends, and welcome to episode 11 of the Candidly Speaking Podcast!

This episode is inspired by a concept I’ve read and learned about a while ago, but never had the chance to put into practice, until recently.

It’s so easy to keep one foot in and one foot out in parts of your life. I was (unknowingly) doing this for a long time with my life back home and Wisconsin and our baseball life during the season. Because of our crazy life and schedule, I justified it because we were never anywhere long enough for any other place to feel like home for me.

After I learned about the concept of making room in your life, it really opened my eyes to why I was experiencing some resistance with moving my career in Charlotte. I think you guys are really going to enjoy  this episode – it’s a good one!

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In This Episode:

  • I give a brief life update
  • Share details on how we’ve adjusted to life in Charlotte
  • Get honest about how and why I decided to separate myself from my life back home in Wisconsin
  • Talk about the concept of making room in your life in order to attract what you want
  •  I share the ups and downs of making room and then waiting patiently

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