Choosing peace is so much better than insisting that you’re right! Why do I say this? Because I think you’ll recognize this scenario?

You’re having a conversation with your significant other when suddenly you find yourself going back and forth over something they said you did and you know you didn’t! Or maybe it went like this, “well you said…” And that isn’t what you said!

In this type of conversation, nobody wins, nobody’s happy, and chances are both of you are feeling completely misunderstood. When you find yourself going down the rabbit hole of being right, ask yourself…Do I want to be right or peaceful?

You have a choice to make when a conversation like this happens. You can either keep trying to prove yourself right or you can choose peace! And when you choose peace, you’ll be glad you did! Not only will you and your significant other feel calmer, you’ll be much happier letting these conversations go!

The more peaceful and calm you are, the easier it’ll be to resolve the conflict.

There’s another situation where choosing peace is better than the alternative – trying to control something you can’t. The only thing you can control is how you respond to the situation!

In this episode I share what happened in the Dublin Ireland airport that kept me from leaving the country. And what I did to respond when the unexpected happened.

Remember, you’ve got everything you need to get anything you want. Or overcome any challenge you’re facing!

I’m thrilled that you’re here! And if you’re curious, you can check out more of my story here.

Do you want more peace in your life? One of the easiest ways to do that is with a meditation practice. And I’ve got just the thing for you! It’s a FREE copy of the Finding Balance With Meditation guide.

It’s perfect for beginners who’re just starting out and gives you tips for how to prepare for an amazing practice. Plus, you’ll learn how to refocus your mind when it wanders (which it will) while you’re meditating. 

There’s 6 different meditations for you try and all of them are less than 10 minutes. You’ll also get journal prompts to document what you liked (or didn’t like) about your experience. 

Give it a try! What do you have to lose?

Bonus tip…While you’re trying each one you can make notes about the meditation, then use the 3 journal prompts to document your experience. And you can type directly into the workbook!


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