Today on Karlosophies, Karly hits the beach in a bit of a state of confusion. She feels like she's kind of run out of things to say. But that doesn't stop her from landing on the 6 key areas she's focussing on and the sense of presence and peace they bring.
Today, Karly hits the beach and unpacks a question that came to her on the drive down. 'Ask not what what you want, but what you want to create?'
And with that subtle shift, we can take ownership of the life we want to create, rather than waiting for the world to deliver.
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Today, Karly takes Karlosophies back to the beach, and riffs on where she's currently at... She chats about how she's feeling pretty blergh about the online business space and explores what could be her next evolution.
And she finds her self as a jumping dog magnet.
Today Karly is shining the spotlight on one of her favourite women, her singing teacher (who is way more than a singing teacher), Lisa Brown.
Lisa has almost become a third character on her show. If you check out episode 150, you'll get a behind the scenes of the work they did together on Karly's first singing lesson is well over 20 years.
Today's Karlosophies conversation is an exploration of the work Lisa does in the world, how women are often wearing shackles of society that stop them from expressing their truth and how singing can unlock your innate power.
If you'd like to connect with Lisa, find her on facebook.
Today, in Karlosophies, Karly changes things up and starts a mini series showcasing some of the women who have helped her 'find her freq'. We kick of with this episode that featured originally on Keeping Good Company. It's an open and honest conversation about what it's like to write a book, and an exploration on creativity and it's relationship to the chakra system.
Today, on Karlosophies, Karly gets super ranty. She's feeling a bit (lot) over seeing people selling entrepreneurship as this easy ride to the dream life. And invites you to find some level of acceptance and joy where you are at, rather than pin your hopes and dreams on a destination that has been sold as the solution to all your problems. After all, wherever you go, there you are.