Perhaps the hardest part of the transformational authorship process is learning to trust yourself as an author. Today’s guest is an expert in self trust, and she’s connecting with Christine to share with you some tips to develop a deeper self-trust practice, learn how to forgive yourself as you make inevitable mistakes along the way, and so much more. Listen in, as Christine and Mabel Katz discuss how to more easily and gracefully trust your writing process.
Tune in and listen to Christine and Mabel discuss:
● The important steps to take to start trusting yourself…
● How to tell your negative self doubt “Thank you, but I’m busy”…
● Understanding how to surrender, let go, and go with the flow…
● And so much more!
About Mabel Katz:
Mabel Katz is an internationally acclaimed speaker, author, and seminar leader who is recognized as a leading authority on Ho’oponopono, an ancient Hawaiian art and practice for achieving greater clarity of purpose and living and working more effectively. She has crafted a series of keynotes, talks, and seminars for corporations, businesses, and individuals – including seminars for children – that apply the practices of Ho’oponopono to bring companies closer to their full potential and give people an edge at work and in all areas of life.
Based on using forgiveness and gratitude, her presentations focus on practical ways for reaching what she calls Zero Frequency®, a state where we are free of restrictive memories and limiting self-talk. From the clarity of Zero, outstanding solutions become apparent and excellent choices can be made.
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