Jogging, Sex, and Blueberries
Last week I flew to Oakland for 2 days of hanging out and masterminding with two of my favorite gal-pal geniuses.
Cause I needed help in two areas of my business where I’ve been feeling stuck, and they wanted a little money magic.
And we just love each other.
Easy-peasy good idea.
But then I flew to Miami for something totally different: a “MetaMind” — a super high level mastermind of 108 of the world’s top thought leaders in coaching, technology, psychology, science, and spirituality.
I’m going to be really honest here and tell you that I thought I was a nut to dish out $5,000 (and another $2,000 for hotel and transportation) for a 3 day mastermind. And nobody going had any idea what we were going to get out of this hush-hush, invitation-only gathering.
Many of my friends (and my boyfriend) thought this was a foolish thing to do.
I thought so, too.
It really seemed insane. Irresponsible.
But my gut said, “yes,” without my head even knowing why. (Have you ever had this?)
It turned out to be one of the best choices of my life.
And here’s why I would STRONGLY encourage you to say “YES!” to these crazy opportunities when they come your way.
(And I’m also going to share one of the groovy new things I discovered at the event.)
1) My world got BIGGER!
With new ideas. New possibilities. Around life, business, and the future of the planet.
2) ACCESS and RELATIONSHIP with
Both global leaders I hadn’t known about, and big “gurus” I’d been aware of for years–
when you attend an event together, and dive into deep personal issues at the same table,
everyone becomes a peer.
This is something successful people know automatically: the higher the bar of entry, the more resourceful and powerful the people in the room. Because we each get past our inner/outer obstacles and make things happen. No matter what. Which automatically positions you as a leader.
Anyhoo… what does all this have to do with jogging, sex, and blueberries?
One of the weird, unexpected things I learned at the conference came from my super-genius
scientist friend Alex Lightman. (Take a look at his Wikipedia page. It’ll blow your mind.)
Apparently we lose a good chunk of brain matter every year after 30.
Only 3 activities actually ADD brain cells…
Jogging, Blueberries, and Touch. (It doesn’t actually have to be sex, but don’t tell my boyfriend.)
I’m not a fan of jogging, so I’m doubling down on the other two…
What I love about this: Success is not linear. It’s intuitive. It’s holistic.
Yes, there are tactics and strategies and blueprints to help you achieve financial abundance.
But at the end of the day, NOTHING will enhance your relationship with money, and your attractiveness to all that you want, more than self-love, self-respect, and self-care.
So go eat some blueberries!
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Anti-aging is right up my alley! Yeah to blueberries and sex! I’ll skip the jogging..
Fabulous! But you ought to know that dancing is waaaaay better than jogging for keeping that grey matter happy! For seniors, dancing four days a week will decrease likelihood of dementia by 76%!! I know – wow! Doing crossword puzzles and learning a new language don’t even make the 50% mark…and we won’t go anywhere near golf…
Dancing with a partner and tuning in to each other’s movements is highest on the list of beneficial activities, but moving to music, remembering choreography and gathering with others (stress reduction and management) are all really beneficial as well. I highly recommend Middle Eastern Dance (aka belly dance) as a gentle, effective, fun and elegant way to support brain health.
So I guess now you know what I do…
Blueberries are lovely – I have one bag left in the freezer from last summer’s harvest.
Thanks so much, Morgana! Off to talk with my Money Honey now…