Don’t Give up on Your Dreams

Don’t Give up on Your Dreams

Do you have a dream that keeps resurfacing yet you ignore it or immediately dismiss it?

Why do you push it away? Do you think it is too grand?

Do you shy away from it because of what other people might think about you and what they may say, “Who does she think she is?”

Recently someone complained about their job to me. I asked, What do you really want to do? After a bunch of “I don’t knows”, he shared that he wanted to open up an artsy downtown cafe/restaurant. He smiled when he said it and radiated pure and sweet energy – it was beautiful!

A similar scenario played out recently when I was having a massage. We were speaking about my work as a coach and she shared her concerns about the limited time that massage therapists can practice and didn’t know what to do afterward.

I probed a little and a little more and again after a bunch of “I don’t knows”, she told me that she wanted to travel and audit world class spas for magazines and private spa product companies! She nearly sang the words as she told me about her dream! Again, it was so beautiful!

We all have dreams!

Listen for your “I don’t knows” and then dig a little deeper. Listen to your heart, find the image and then sit with your dream for a little while, imagining that you have it all right now and feel the excitement bubble inside of you I am getting goose bumps just writing this!

Then ~ Believe it is possible!

How can you believe that the “unbelievable” is possible? By having Faith!

“Keep your dreams alive. Understand to achieve anything requires faith and a belief in yourself, vision, hard work, determination and dedication. Remember all things are possible for those who believe.” ~ Gail Devers

Faith overcomes fear and doubt ~ how do you nourish your sense of wonder and maintain your faith?

Enjoy!
Kelly

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*post inspired from my post 2009.

Mental Health & Processing Grief

Mental Health & Processing Grief

Good Morning! I have to be honest, I have been very moved by the loss of Kate Spade.
What about you?

She had the business success people dream of.

She created so much in her life for the world to celebrate, full of colour and influence and playfulness.
Her brand.

All while there was so much more going on inside.

It makes me think of how often we answer the question,

“How are you?” with “I’m fine.”

— when you really aren’t fine.

If you don’t have a broken bone or an illness that someone can see, it is expected you are “fine and will get over it, can’t be that bad.”

What if you are feeling opposite to what you are trying to create?

Trapped by your brand, by the vision you think you need to project… the thinking that you have to be something you aren’t.

We are complex beings!

We change. We feel. We are human.

Without being over-simplistic, a good practice is –

If you catch yourself saying I am fine when you really aren’t,
CHALLENGE yourself to expand your answer and be vulnerable telling the person exactly how you are feeling.

Authentic connection is proven to combat depression.

With lots of love, sincerely!!
Kelly  xo

The Love Yourself podcast Interview on Transformation

The Love Yourself podcast Interview on Transformation

Listen to this interview with Jessica May Tang, a fellow Coach!

Free yourself from limitations and truly embrace your life!!

Here are the links for sharing:

Podcast episode: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ly-27-let-go-past-embrace-your-life-kelly-maclellan/id1281748940?i=1000411083821&mt=2

Shownotes: jessicamaytang.com/shownotes/27

YouTube: https://youtu.be/2xyA48oHfbE

MOTHERS DAY SHARE!

MOTHERS DAY SHARE!

I love writing on Sunday mornings. It is my sacred time. So here I am, deep in thought and because next week is Mother’s Day, my mom is on my mind.

While I was growing up, my mom committed herself to be involved in all of our activities. Often while we chilled in the evenings after dinner (one that she cooked) watching Wheel of Fortune, she left to go to the school association meetings or other fundraising volunteer activities that she believed in.

She drove us to all of our appointments, our after school jobs attended field trips, helped with homework and cooked, cleaned, scheduled etc…

She knew my friends and my teachers and tried her best to give me everything she knew how and more!

Often she sacrificed her joy for us.

She used to stay up late to clean and organize often till midnight, and then get up early and do it again.

She helped me pay for my education and set me up for my life when I left home for school at 18.
She wanted me to be independent. And I was. I am.

Only as an adult, can I see my mom’s contributions in my life for ALL that they are.

Sure she was sometimes stressed out and got upset and I remember being confused wondering what I did wrong.

But now I understand.

She gave me and my sister ALL of herself. And now as I live close to her again, I have the gift to see her play and enjoy her life fully.

She is deeply spiritual and through her journey, she taught me about meditation, angelic presence, divinity and energy therapies. She is my mom for a reason because I help people through what she inspired in me.
She recently got a record player and pulled out her old records igniting a crazy dance party; we twirled and laughed.

There was a moment when she danced with my daughter and the light came into the room surrounding them with brilliance. Time stopped. It was beautiful.

Day to day, we give (and give) but in those moments of the purest joy, we receive and our soul glows.
I wish you receive the purest of joy this week and that your soul glows! Whether your mom is with you physically or in spirit, know she is near.

Enjoy! With love, Kelly

5 Strategies to Identify Your Niche

5 Strategies to Identify Your Niche

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Professionally, if you want to learn the best way to share your passion and how identifying your niche will grow your business!

AND

Personally, if you want to stop feeling burned out and instead be the best coach, business owner you can be!

Meet YOUR Hosts:

My name is Kelly MacLellan. Tara Brown and I have been friends for almost 30 years! We have 15 years of combined business experience. And, we have been working together for 8 years!

Together we provide our small business clients with coaching, mindset and design and technology solutions.

We want to share our personal journey with you because we believe our paths are crossing for a reason.

We plan to use this time together to inspire you to go for your dreams in a BIG way!

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Enjoy! Kelly & Tara
xo

Avoid Making this Mistake!

Avoid Making this Mistake!

Today I wanted to talk to you about Competition!

Let me ask you –When you see someone online that is doing really well in their business. They are travelling, their photos are exotic and or has more likes or fans than you?

Do you Feel Jealous?

What happens in your body? This is very real! So pay attention 😊

You might be saying to yourself – “I show up every day! And try and try.. Why isn’t my business growing?”

Today I am going to give you 3 reasons to stop comparing yourself to others!

1) You have NO idea what that person did to get to the spot they are in.
I focus on this because we are making judgements without the information. Some people work day and night for a decade to get where they are at. They hire the best coaches, technical team, etc etc to help them get there. And that is awesome!! But if you just started and don’t have the funds to access those resources, don’t compare yourself!

2) You have NO idea what happens in the person’s life when the camera is off.
We all project our best online – there is research that supports this. So take a closer look – we are all human! Don’t elevate others unrealistically!

3) You have NO idea that they are delivering what they are promising.
Remember we are constantly being marketed to. There are some people who are REALLY good at marketing! It can be hard based on the surface to see just how good they are at what they are selling.

So – don’t compare yourself! Just get really good at what you are doing!! And if you are jealous it is because you really really WANT something that they have. So write it down and focus on manifesting it! If they have it, it means that it is possible!

By being judgemental instead of inspired about someone who is truly making a difference and succeeding in business, we are wasting valuable time and energy. Like a rollercoaster of highs when we accomplish something in our own business but then seeing that someone else appears to have done something similar before us.

This is a never-ending cycle!

So Be Your Best Self!

In the spirit of this message, I have organized a series of interviews that will happen over the next month with a few female entrepreneurs who are going to share strategies on leading authentically and living according to their life purpose.

To stay connected with me join my FB group the Authentic Wealthy Solopreneur and download the planning worksheets to help you get focused!

With love, enjoy!!

Kelly