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What space are you living in right now? Could you look at your life at this very moment and say, “yes, this is where I want to be?” So many of us are living in mental isolation even when we’re surrounded by others, disconnected from ourselves–but there’s hope. Megan Murphy, women’s empowerment coach and business mentor, sheds some light on the simplicity of kindness and how you can find your way in even the darkest of times.

Megan’s a kindness activist who created the Kindness Rocks Project as well as a meditation instructor, author, and lecturer. She’s the author of Pebble For Your Thoughts: How One Kindness Rock At The Right Moment Can Change Your Life and The Kindness Rocks Journal: An Interactive Space To Work Through Difficult Times And Create Inspiring Messages To Share With Others. Megan is also an iPEC graduate who’s committed to making a lasting impact through her joyful practice.

Jump in and explore how to become part of this ripple effect of kindness and ultimately find the connection you’ve been looking for!

For the video version of the interview, check out the One Idea Away YouTube channel!

Key Takeaways:

Questioning the fear. Is there this constant, stirring idea of doing something different than you’re doing now? You’re not alone. So many of us live in the routine that we lose our sight of what’s really calling us. The RIGHT time to make a change looks like this . . . [08:54].

Questioning the universe. You’ve taken the risk and wondered, am I actually on the right path? Did I make a big mistake? After you take a deep, long breath get ready to open yourself up and see what the world’s trying to tell you. Look for signs like THESE . . . [16:21].

Questioning the future. Megan describes how she let go of a past, deep grief that allowed her to detach from what was and be open to what will come. Today, so many of us are still attached to our pre-pandemic lives. The BEST advice to help get you through this time is . . . [32:58].

Questioning the kindness. Making a kind gesture, anonymously or not, can make people feel vulnerable. Some may see kindness as weakness and difficult to share, while others can tap into their emotional side without a blink. Why is that? The TRUTH revealed at . . . [43:19].

 

Tune in and turn the volume up for a dose of inspiration and life lessons. You’re never more than One Idea Away from a whole, new reality.

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