How to Solve a Problem like Mariah – Podcast
Episode twelve I have a special guest on the show to talk about living your dreams and it is all by using one simple statement. Also, I have a great life hack to make the weekday mornings so much easier.
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Life Hack –
If you work in an office or workplace with no work uniform, make your own! It makes the mornings so much easier and trust me, no one knows if you wear the same thing!
Review your 2018!! Take a minute to think about it, what you did amazing, what you could work on and what made you happy!
Then really start goal setting for 2019, I have an amazing template. Email or message me and I can send it to you!
I got the idea from this podcast episode of Happier by Gretchen Rubin.
Special Guest –
Andrew Reyes, an American living in Germany, comes on my show to talk about ‘fake it until you make it’. It stems from a question I asked on a podcast group about lying to get an experience or job (I DO NOT condone lying, honesty is best). But it all sparked from my thoughts after this video I watched a few years ago.
Find more from Andrew on his website: http://andrew-reyes.com
Stop worrying about what if! It won’t make you happy.
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“It’s no use going back to yesterday, because I was a different person then.”
— Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland