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  • Finding A Creative Challenge

    Posted by Kelly on January 15, 2023 at 8:44 pm

    This week’s Momentum Coaching Mastermind topic:

    More and more I’ve been discovering that the key to abundance is found in being creative. Stretching our creative boundaries is important as business owners.

    We are most likely to move closer to what we want when we are doing something that gives us a chance to practice our gifts and talents in a new or bigger way.

    What are your thoughts on this? Can’t wait to talk about it if you’re in MCM and for sure welcome all community discussions here on the forum.

    Laura replied 4 months, 1 week ago 3 Members · 2 Replies
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  • Saman

    January 24, 2023 at 11:09 am

    I don’t people using abundance needs creativity all the time. I’ve passive income, however, I am willing to transform other’s life. Why? Because, I was triggered when I couldn’t find a mentor or spiritual healer who gives us undivided attention. Let us discuss.

  • Laura

    January 27, 2023 at 7:38 pm

    I sense that what you are saying is right, but I don’t have experience behind it.

    That said, I am stretching myself creatively this quarter. I am a songwriter and I discovered that I channel. So, I am exploring channeling songs.

    It has been a pleasant experience and I need to keep the momentum going!

    On another note, I just watched your video about shiny object syndrome. The big tree model is genius! Asking where I have been setting roots was perfect for me!

    I have struggled with niching – struggled with identifying pain points. But it was easy for me to identify where I have been rooting myself and it lifted so much confusion!

    I am a songwriter, a teacher, a singer, and a trauma survivor. But I don’t have deep roots in any of those communities. I hang out with psychics, mediums and channelers! My friends and colleagues are energy workers and healers.

    I didn’t think I had a community, but I guess I do! And that helps inform me of who I serve and how to frame my work and offerings.

    I look forward to stretching my creative legs in next month’s challenge!