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March 29, 2021 32 min

Welcome back to another episode - this one is juicy! Today I am diving into Breakdown To Breakthrough and this one of those things that has really helped me along the way. 

Have you noticed that after the meltdowns comes the calm? Have you found that when you're really "going through something" that it always seems to lead to some big realization or release? Don't those always lead to big wins after? 

It's not just you - a breakdown leading to a breakthrough is s very real thing and the content I'm about to share with you will help you manage and move through those breakdowns and coast into your breakthroughs! This helps you to manifest more of what you want by using these times of resistance and blocks as a growth tool for you to step into more abundance, purpose, joy and love. Put on your awesome pants and let's dive in.


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