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How to Take The Next Right Step in Life and Work

I have a question for you… what do you believe you are capable of achieving and becoming in this life? There is this fire inside me that has been burning bright since I was young telling me to keep pushing, keep growing, to keep building in the world! I know I’m not alone with this calling. Wanting more for ourselves, our families, and our impact is a powerful driver in our life and work, but sometimes that fire and the incessant push from the world can leave us feeling depleted and overextended. I’ve been there so many times in my life! Working differently takes careful planning, attention and, well... work! When we learn to be just as passionate about our...

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How to Stop Doubting Success (+ Free Workshops!)

Have you ever spent months doing ‘quiet work’ to prepare for a new season in life and work? Have you taken the time to implement habits, routines, systems and structures you would need to succeed as you work towards your goals ahead?What was it like for you as you came out of that quiet work season? What did it feel like to move towards implementation and… success? Did you question it? Did you let yourself celebrate? How did you allow yourself to prepare for worst case scenarios while also making space for the wins ahead?I’m asking for a friend… 😅These are questions I’ve been chewing on this last week. As we move towards opening registration for this next cohort of The Next...

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How To Redefine Your Relationship to Work and Success with Deepica Mutyala: The Next Right Step Series, Part Four

   Do you have a complicated relationship with work? Me too. It’s pretty all-consuming at times, especially when I’m in a sprint or launch. Working away until the wee hours of the morning, sacrificing sleep, and other wellness routines was me for the first eight months of this pandemic. I hit a few walls last year, but the biggest came at the end of December. When I started to slow down for the Holidays, I realized just how overworked and burned out I really was. It took me a few weeks to find my footing again. Those few weeks were filled with overeating, lots of TV, lots of home organizing and cleaning, and some self-reflecting. I realized something needed to...

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How to Embrace Your Rage with Valarie Kaur: The Next Right Step, Part Three

    For most of my life I was taught to suppress my anger and rage. I wasn’t shown healthy ways to process this emotion I felt, and was often told it was unwelcome and harmful. I can understand why, in our household when rage was present, it was explosive. The volatility of the anger in our home left all of us on edge at times, and suspect of this emotion we would all feel. The domino of suppressed emotions after the harmful outbursts separated us from one another. As I got older, I realized that my rage was actually a guide towards what I most cared about, and a barometer for what I was willing to tolerate. When I...

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Lessons Revisited: Lessons From Our Mothers + An Update From Komal

Hello beautiful humans, I took a hiatus for ten days to rest and process after losing our uncle to his battle with lung cancer.  Grief during this time is complicated. Whether it is unpacking our grief around the loss of our friends, loved ones, or others, or the loss of parts of ourselves and our lives, our grief deserves our care and attention. That’s what I gave myself space for these last ten days. Just as I give our team bereavement days and time, I realized I needed to extend that same compassion to myself. What was impactful for me during this time was having tools to fall back on at my most vulnerable. My community, creativity, relationship to my...

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