Connie’s motivational quote of the day is by, ~ Nancy Thayer
“The universe is always speaking to us…sending us little messages, causing coincidences and serendipities, reminding us to stop, to look around, to believe in something else, something more..”
How many of you work and save for that that fabulous handbag, smart phone or earrings? How many of you say, when I GET that, then I will be happy.” OR When I get that promotion, Ill be able to pay off all my debt.” Then in the blink of an eye … there is something else on our wish list.
We constantly look to the future for what we want and think that when we achieve that wish, all will be right with our lives. Then why do we always seem to be searching? And why do we think that getting that THING (whatever it is for you) will make us happy or satisfied.
When we hear that we have everything we need right here and right now to be happy, it just doesn’t seem to ring true! So why is it so hard for us to feel satisfied and happy all the time?
Today your host, Connie Whitman, speak with Nancy Yearout. Nancy is going to help us break down these thought patterns and help us truly see what is really right in front of us, all the time.
Nancy is a spiritual life coach, motivational speaker and author if her new book, Wake Up! The Universe is Speaking to You. Nancy has also enjoyed an extensive corporate career as a sales coordinator with one of the Big Three automakers in Detroit.
Her sales, management, and marketing skills have grown with each step of her business. Her success has blessed her with the real life experience, knowledge, and common sense that is required to help others through life’s challenges.
Nancy says, “We are a spiritual people who seem to have gotten away from our true selves. We have lost our way by looking outside of ourselves at material possessions, our looks, fame and fortune. We have to look within ourselves. The true treasure is the energy within us. The love vibration within our heart and soul. This is the vibration that has the ability to change our lives.”
Settle in as we explore this concept of being and having enough right here and right now!