This Is Easily The Most Non-Conventional Self-Help Journey I’ve Ever Been On!
The creators are crazy, the cards are crazy, the illustrations are crazy…and I love it all! Top it off that I recently had the chance to meet Heath, one of the creators, and he truly walks the talk. Rarely do I meet someone that practices what they preach, especially when what they’re preaching are some crazy-ass, off-the-wall tough-love and fun motivation and self-help practices!
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Affirmations To Motivate Your Creative, Maniac Mind— AKA: Motivation That Doesn’t Suck
You know I love the unconventional. Hell, one of the tenets of The Nomad Experiment, is “Motivation & Tough Love!” And I have a fun little list called Nomad Fuel: Books for Inspiration, Motivation, & Generally Slaying it at Adulting. and an article titled “Truth Be Told I’m Scared Sh*tless…” So you know I love this little ditty!
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Figure out where you are going & how are you getting there…
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Figure out where you’re going to stay…
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