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What are your game changers for 2017?

Hi There, it's Rhea here.  Happy 2017!  

This message is inspired by the time that I took with my husband to look at 2016 and celebrate our favorite moments.  What I didn't expect, is that as we looked at the growth, change, highlights, and evolutions that occurred for us on personal levels and as a family we realized that there were these "game changer" moments that occurred through a combination of our hope, faith, and courage.

We tried new things, and those new things led to physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual healing and growth.

I know that it can take a lot of hope, change, and courage to take a step out to try to make improvements, especially the longer challenges have been going on.

This conversation is a boost to encourage you to go for it with mapping out your dreams so that you can look back on 2017 and see that you stepped out and created the game changers to build the vision you dream of.

In celebration of the power of game changers, I'm also making Love Bomb free for the month of January when you sign up on the home page of this site right here:  

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Have you been pondering the idea of making becoming a My Love Bomb Facilitator and changing the lives of women in your community one of your major game changers this year?  Let's talk!  

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Here is to building a wholehearted year of more Love and more Connection, for you, and for those whose lives you contribute to.

Big Love,

Dr. Rhea Zimmerman Komarek

 

Speak Up, Save Yourself From Jail, with Caitlin Winkley

Caitlin Winkley

Caitlin Winkley

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Caitlin shares a story about how lack of self value and self esteem led her to an unethical decision that landed her in jail.  The experience led her to an epiphany around the mental prison she was holding over herself that imprisoned her from claiming her value, as well as the grace of better relationships and actions that come from the willingness to speak from empowerment versus act in quiet desperation.

She now helps other women find their mental prisons so that they can become liberated to "affirm their value in the world."

She is a Boulder based life coach, inspirational speaker and wellness blogger who works with women all over the country. She was named one of the 100 Best Health Coach Bloggers in 2015 by The Institute for the Psychology of Eating, is a writer for Elephant Journal, and works one on one with clients.  She studied early childhood development and the psychology of healing at Naropa University and graduated from The University of Spiritual Healing and Sufism in 2008, where she learned how to work one on one with clients in a coaching capacity.

To connect with Caitlin Directly:  www.caitlinwinkley.com