Some of us never grow out of that playground mentality from our childhood, that if someone hits you, you get to hit them back. I know when I was living in the dark, especially when I was feeling my worst, I would hope someone would act out and invite me to do the same, I’d […]Read More Your Bad Behavior Doesn’t Give Me Permission For My Bad Behavior
Good morning SLAYERS! Hate is heavy, let it go. SLAY on!Read More Slay Say
Good morning SLAYER! Words are singularly the most powerful force we have, and we have the choice to use that force constructively or destructively. New blog goes up Tuesday, until then… SLAY on!Read More Slay Say
I was having a conversation the other day about the power of words. The words we say aloud, and most importantly, the words we say internally to ourselves. Our words have more power than we think. Our words power what we think. Our words can change how we feel and can change how others feel. […]Read More The Power Of Words
Good morning SLAYER! Your life is your story. Write well. Edit often. New blog goes up Friday, until then… SLAY on!Read More Slay Say
Good morning SLAYER! At any point in your story, you can reimagine the narrative you are living. SLAY on!Read More Slay Say
I’ve written before how we are the authors of our own story, but many times, even though we have the power to change our story, or write a new chapter, we keep telling the same story over and over. The story we tell may not even be true, it may just be something we were […]Read More Is It Time To Update Your Narrative?
As we start the new year it’s a great time to do a check on where we’re at in our lives. To look at what we like, what we don’t, and to ask ourselves if we are happy with the consequences we are getting? As I have said many times at State Of Slay, our […]Read More Are You Happy With The Consequences You’re Getting?
I used to fear failure. I thought it validated me being not good enough, less than. Every time I failed it stung like it was proof I didn’t deserve to have what I wanted, or I wasn’t good enough to get it. But what it was really there to do was give me feedback. To […]Read More Failure Isn’t Fatal, It’s Feedback
Before stepping on this path I walked through a lot of pain, not always gracefully, in fact, often not gracefully, but more like the Tasmanian Devil spinning out of control, taking down anything and everything I could in my path. I would tell myself, as would those around me, that the pain was making me […]Read More It’s Not The Pain That Helps Us Grow, It’s Our Response To It