You might remember the conversation I had with @madelinecasey earlier this year about how to start something new. Since then I’ve been experiencing a lot of new things and seeing some “new” things blossom into “committed to” things. But there are five steps from being curious about something to being committed to something.Which is fabulous news for all of us because it gives us permission to get over our fears that worst case scenario will happen when we try something or that we will never get the results we want so we never begin.Check out this weeks episode to figure out what stage you might be in on your own endeavors or how to finally start the thing you have been wanting to do – for you or your family!

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