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Sometimes we choose reinvention, other times reinvention chooses us. We can kick and scream, or take our crisis as an invitation to look deeper.Last year Chris Padgett was diagnosed with a rare eye disease that is slowly taking away his eyesight. He's taking this as an invitation to reinvent.Mai Vu, Reinvention Circle co-founder, interviews Chris about how he's handling this crisis, what it's like to be consciously loosing his eyesight, how he's re-envisioning his future.We're so grateful to have Chris sharing his reinvention story with us.
Susan & Mai are two successful business women who are "victims" of their own REINVENTION PROCESS. Apparently their higher self had bigger plans for them in this life time and had taken them out of their game and demanding them to step into what they are meant to be doing (and being). Join their conversations as they stumble their way in the dark toward their enlightenment. We truly hope there is enlightenment at the end of the tunnel!
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Mai is making it real with her reinvention process. Her company is going live next week. Wild and crazy--Build your wings on the way down kind of adventure. While Susan is practicing living and making choices from her inner joy guidance, learning to be fully present in every actions despite the fact that she is starting at the bottom of success rung.
To find out more about Mai's new social entrepreneural adventure check out...
www.reinventioncircle.com You can email Susan or Mai at email@example.com
Making another New Years Resolution that you know is going to fail? Are you reinventing yourself? Or wanting to?
Want to know what to avoid so that you don't fail in your reinvention efforts?
This show is about the top ten mistakes that reinventors tend to make.
Reinvention 101 is a series of best practices to help you reinvent yourself and your life more quickly and successfully while having more fun as well!
For more info on reinventing yourself go to www.reinventioncircle.com
Having lived 46 years on earth, Mai is finally figuring out who she is and why that is so important. She coming to term with herself and how this might help you in your reinvention process.
Meanwhile Susan is living life according to her terms. She shared with us her hospice experience and why that is so important to her.
In every moment, life offers us the opportunity to discover more of ourselves.
"Putting a Band-Aid on a Broken Bone" is Reinvention Mistake #2 in our Reinvention 101 series.What does this mean exactly? It means responding to a major life crisis with a shallow fix. Like ditching your marriage for a better one, instead of having the courage to face your own pattern once and for all.The problem? As they say, “Wherever you go, there you are.” So you invariably end up with the same 'ol person! Listen as Mai and Roy talk candidly about how they've fallen into this trap before. And how you'll do the same thing.Unless, that is, you reinvent something much deeper inside you.
Mai is half baked in this land of reinventing her relationship with working for the money, while Susan is 2 months deep in her new part-time job at $10.50/hr job that is slowly consuming her life.
Let's see what our heroins have or have not figured out what to do with the tight places and freedom that they find themselves in.
Mai Vu is talking with Teresa Marchese of Rock Solid Fitness & Wellness in SF. She is a rock star entrepreneur: built her business, the product and deliver are solid, things are going well....yet she wants more. Something is still missing... She needs to reinvent, but what? how? and why let go of a good thing?
This is a treacherous and lonely territory in the reinvention process.
You can find Teresa at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mai at email@example.com
The next Reinvention Circle starts in mid September.