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January 3

And more walking…

Through this process of healing I have been learning a lot. Learning to slow down. Learning to take small steps forward. A step forward is a step forward.
December 13

Taking the First Step

When I first got the energy and ability to walk, it was only for short bits. My calves are the first part of my leg that would start to lock up. I found that stretches before and after helped a lot.
December 6

Cacao, Mushroom, and the Sun

More gratitude! While I was in my wheelchair I tried to get as much sun as I could. Thankful for the sun  And most of the time I had a cup of cacao with amazing herbal mushrooms (Lion’s Mane especially, because it helps so much with nerve damage.)
November 29

Our Lives are Made of Moments

I know I keep saying this, but finding gratitude in the small things (to me) are equal, if not greater, than being grateful for the big things. Really, I strive to find gratitude in all things. In the picture, I’m relaxing in the sun. Gratitude for the sun’s warmth, light and energy. It truly feeds life and healing.
November 22

Should I just keep my beard?

I’ve had a few beards over the years, yet I typically keep a shaved face. I thought maybe I’d shave. This was a big workout for me. The hand-eye coordination took a lot of focus and I forgot about all the funny faces I make to get the harder spots.
November 15

To Become a Good Walker…

It is amazing to notice something that normally is so simple and unthought of, now takes much thought and effort. I am grateful for the progress I’m making. My physical therapist said, “In order to become a good walker, you must first be a good stander.”
November 8

Take Time for Breaks

Taking lots of breaks has been a big part of my life over the last 5-10 years. Before that I worked till I couldn’t. Now I am on extreme break mode. The recovery from this has been exhausting. Doing the simplest things are big workouts
November 1

The Little Details…

Being stuck in bed is not my thing. I’ve been such an active person in my life. My Mom once said she tried to put me in front of Sesame Street, looking for a break, and I wouldn’t have more than a minute of it, before I ran off. My adult life hasn’t changed much. I like to move my body everyday. Being paralyzed and stuck in bed was one of the hardest parts of Guillain-Barré Syndrome.
August 20

Empathy In A Virtual Setting – MBML EP83

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August 19

Look Before Leaping Into A New Career – MBML EP82

So you’ve found something you’re passionate enough to dedicate your life to…now how do you navigate the transition? Day jobs, existing businesses, and side hustles can […]
August 18

Finding Healing With Food – MBML EP81

How your business makes you feel depends on how you’ve designed it. It has the power to drain you…or nourish you with energy and passion every […]
August 14

Structure Can Create Freedom – MBML EP80

How do you create a business that brings in major revenue WITHOUT consuming your whole life? In today’s clip, we dive into what freedom is really […]
August 13

Take A Hard Look At Your Numbers – MBML EP79

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August 12

Thinking Differently In Times Of Crisis – MBML EP78

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August 11

You Just Got To Do Something – MBML EP77

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August 7

Continuously Reinvent Yourself – MBML EP76

How do YOU define freedom? Most people conjure images of an endless summer, but Gustav Gous has a different take. In today’s clip, Gustav shares why […]
August 6

Practice What You Preach – MBML EP75

Francis of Assisi once said, “you must preach every day, and only if really necessary, use words.” How do we grow into practicing what we preach? […]