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5 Crystal Clear Intentions for 2018

It’s that time again folks. With resolutions in hand we stand side-by-side pumped up to begin 2018. The story is predictable. We’ll start the month strong, lose steam around mid-January, and slip back into our comfortable, well-worn habits by February. And so it goes, year after year and decade after decade. The cycle persists not

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Give Up Control for a Happier and Healthier You

As seen on Huffington Post Contrary to popular opinion, letting go doesn’t mean being lazy or passive. It doesn’t mean to dissociate or let the world pass you by. Letting go means saying yes to what’s happening right now by allowing the moment to unfold without your having to control or manipulate it. Letting go

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Your HELL YEAH Wake-Up Call

The wisdom of life consists in the elimination of non-essentials. Lin Yutang I’m still buzzing from a powerful exercise I (sort of) made up last week. I’m calling it “Your HELL YEAH Wake-Up Call” inspired by the bestseller Tools of Titans in which author Tim Ferriss interviews icons, mavericks, and other stellar people about what

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What’s working and what’s not?

I’m in the process of radically shifting my life. It all started mid-November 2016 and it’s been going strong since. I talked about this big change the podcast episodes: Radical Shift part 1 and part 2. Radically shifting means to get down into the roots of your life and look directly at exactly how we’re

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The Strange Thing I’m Thankful For This Year

Being a sassy /anti-anything standard kind of gal, I’d like to offer an alternative view on “giving thanks” this Thanksgiving. Instead of the obvious “give thanks for what you have,” I’m looking at it from a different perspective. I’m giving thanks for this year’s “NO’s.” Yep, you read that correctly. I am grateful for the

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What Truly Matters Most?

I’ve been shifting and sorting through the levels of my psyche, searching for the words to describe the core of what truly matters most to me. To be honest, it’s grueling and often messy work, and not for the faint-hearted. As I wrote about in my last post, “Standing on Shaky Ground,” excavating through the

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Slaying the Dragon: How I Faced My Fear of Heights

I am afraid of heights in wide-open spaces. I can usually deal when I’m standing still, like when I’m in a tall building, but put me in a car that is traversing a mountain and you’ll find me in the back seat with my head between my knees. There’s something about motion and space that

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Goodbye Careful Cara: Next Steps

My last blog post, “Goodbye Careful Cara,” caught me by surprise. My public declaration about finally mustering up the courage to leave behind my false persona of pleasing and perfecting turned out to be a common thread and connector to many of you. Not only did your comments and emails cheer me on as I

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Goodbye Careful Cara

Okay, here it goes. In my gut I’ve wanted to say what I’m about to say for a while and today I’m finally ready to just do it. A few days ago I had two “aha” insights. I’ve become Careful Cara.  I’m ready to leave her behind. Over the past 12 years, I’ve been meticulously careful and

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Is Your Own House Clean?

Is your house clean? Years ago I came across this question in The Tao of Leadership by John Heider, who beautifully explores Lao Tzu’s teachings on the Tao Te Ching, an ancient manual on the art of living. Heider uses the metaphor of a clean house as a way to move people to think about

Read More »

5 Crystal Clear Intentions for 2018

It’s that time again folks. With resolutions in hand we stand side-by-side pumped up to begin 2018. The story is predictable. We’ll start the month strong, lose steam around mid-January, and slip back into our comfortable, well-worn habits by February. And so it goes, year after year and decade after decade. The cycle persists not

Read More »

Give Up Control for a Happier and Healthier You

As seen on Huffington Post Contrary to popular opinion, letting go doesn’t mean being lazy or passive. It doesn’t mean to dissociate or let the world pass you by. Letting go means saying yes to what’s happening right now by allowing the moment to unfold without your having to control or manipulate it. Letting go

Read More »

Your HELL YEAH Wake-Up Call

The wisdom of life consists in the elimination of non-essentials. Lin Yutang I’m still buzzing from a powerful exercise I (sort of) made up last week. I’m calling it “Your HELL YEAH Wake-Up Call” inspired by the bestseller Tools of Titans in which author Tim Ferriss interviews icons, mavericks, and other stellar people about what

Read More »

What’s working and what’s not?

I’m in the process of radically shifting my life. It all started mid-November 2016 and it’s been going strong since. I talked about this big change the podcast episodes: Radical Shift part 1 and part 2. Radically shifting means to get down into the roots of your life and look directly at exactly how we’re

Read More »

The Strange Thing I’m Thankful For This Year

Being a sassy /anti-anything standard kind of gal, I’d like to offer an alternative view on “giving thanks” this Thanksgiving. Instead of the obvious “give thanks for what you have,” I’m looking at it from a different perspective. I’m giving thanks for this year’s “NO’s.” Yep, you read that correctly. I am grateful for the

Read More »

What Truly Matters Most?

I’ve been shifting and sorting through the levels of my psyche, searching for the words to describe the core of what truly matters most to me. To be honest, it’s grueling and often messy work, and not for the faint-hearted. As I wrote about in my last post, “Standing on Shaky Ground,” excavating through the

Read More »

Slaying the Dragon: How I Faced My Fear of Heights

I am afraid of heights in wide-open spaces. I can usually deal when I’m standing still, like when I’m in a tall building, but put me in a car that is traversing a mountain and you’ll find me in the back seat with my head between my knees. There’s something about motion and space that

Read More »

Goodbye Careful Cara: Next Steps

My last blog post, “Goodbye Careful Cara,” caught me by surprise. My public declaration about finally mustering up the courage to leave behind my false persona of pleasing and perfecting turned out to be a common thread and connector to many of you. Not only did your comments and emails cheer me on as I

Read More »

Goodbye Careful Cara

Okay, here it goes. In my gut I’ve wanted to say what I’m about to say for a while and today I’m finally ready to just do it. A few days ago I had two “aha” insights. I’ve become Careful Cara.  I’m ready to leave her behind. Over the past 12 years, I’ve been meticulously careful and

Read More »

Is Your Own House Clean?

Is your house clean? Years ago I came across this question in The Tao of Leadership by John Heider, who beautifully explores Lao Tzu’s teachings on the Tao Te Ching, an ancient manual on the art of living. Heider uses the metaphor of a clean house as a way to move people to think about

Read More »
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Cara Bradley is a former pro skater and currently a world renown motivational speaker. Cara works with busy people just like you to work and play in FLOW so that they can achieve their peak performance.

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