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Helping you to "be the best version of you that you can be" is the goal of Vex King's book: Good Vibes, Good Life. Continuing on from episode 1, I really think you'll love this episode as Vex has so many great messages, tips, and real-world applications on how to live your best life.
In this episode, Catherine reads from page 23 to 62. Let me know what you think of the episode in the comments depending on where you're listening, or reach out on social media.
- [00:00] - Introduction
- [03:01] - Part 2: Positive lifestyle habits
- [07:35] - The power of posing
- [12:14] - Take time out
- [15:37] - Find inspiration
- [18:27] - Steer clear of gossip and drama
- [22:45] - The work of the ego
- [26:47] - What you consume, consumes you
- [33:03] - Expressing gratitude
- [41:21] - Studying your emotions
- [49:18] - Final thoughts
- Surrounding yourself with people of a high vibration can improve your own vibration.
- Positive people can also provide empowering perspectives on our problems.
- “Fake it till you make it” is scientifically proven to work!
- If you stay people’d-out without a recharge, the more likely it is that you’ll lower other people’s vibrations.
- It’s ok to need time out, but don’t let your mood dictate your manners.
- Find inspiration - when you’re inspired, you find drive and feel good about where you’re going and what’s possible in life.
- Finding out what we don’t want helps us to find what we do want.
- Remember to check your ego
- Greatness starts with being grateful!
- Instead of ruminating, try and focus your energy on solutions to your problems.
- Work through your emotions step-by-step. Vex’s guide is so helpful for this.
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