Episode 7 | August 18, 2020

Stellar Conversations: Healing, Love, & Leadership with Sally Anderson

A Personal Note From Orion

Most of the time it is ourselves that are in the way of our dreams. It’s when that inner critic says things like “you’re not good enough” or “you’re never going to make it that far in life.” The more you keep repeating it, the more it becomes true for you. Eventually, what occupies your mind becomes your reality.

That’s why it’s important to learn how to discipline the mind. If you have no idea where to start, this interview with Sally Anderson serves as a good introduction. 

Sally is a world-renowned leadership coach, inspirational keynote speaker, and author. She has dedicated her life to helping others and has created a new, bright ending to her own dark story to coach others to do the same. Her life story is very inspirational and you’ll hear more about it on the show. For new beginnings through sustainable transformations, join us by tuning in.

To get the transcript for the episode, including some great quotes, click here.

To find out what happens when you break-free from your limiting beliefs, check out my latest blog post.

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