Episode 284 | April 26, 2022

Your Life’s Purpose with Medha Johnson

A Personal Note From Orion

What is true success? What is my life’s purpose? These are questions that a lot of people ponder. According to my guest, success comes from deeply knowing your life’s purpose. By connecting to your inner wisdom and source, you can define success in life.

Medha Johnson is a spirit-based, intuition-lead Success Coach. Her passion is compassion. Her goal is to be a partner in her clients’ journey of self-discovery, offering guidance and support to help them identify their goals and achieve them. She spent 30+ years leading both national and global Human Resources teams. Her time in the corporate world was a valuable learning experience for her. One important lesson her previous career taught her is that you must have a meaningful conversation about problems to create valuable solutions.

In today’s episode, Medha talks about finding your life’s purpose and how to put it into words to manifest it physically. She shares her definition of success and why self-care is important in achieving that success. She also talks about how to raise a child to be independent and make good decisions, how to build good habits, and how to connect to your inner wisdom.

So without further ado, on with the show!



In this Episode

  • [00:49] – Orion introduces her next guest, Medha Johnson, a Success Coach whose passion is compassion and who has a goal to become a partner in your journey of self-discovery, offering guidance and support.
  • [02:05] – Medha shares the discovery of her passion and ways of connecting with her inner wisdom.
  • [05:21] – Orion asks the process for people to be more tune-up with their bodies.
  • [09:53] – Orion asks Medha to talk about the ways to create a vision for your mission.
  • [11:49] – Orion shares her experiences and learnings from feeling guilty for having lots of ideas and dreams that are not aligned with her current values.
  • [14:20] – Medha and Orion communicate about their parenting journey, one of the hardest yet most fulfilling things in life. 
  • [17:43] – Medha says her definition of success is connecting with people at the right time and place.
  • [18:40] – Orion wants Medha to talk about people working towards success tend to forget about self-care, being in the moment and connecting.
  • [23:53]Medha tells ways to keep children and adults grounded more and present more.
  • [26:09] – Orion asks Medha how to build good habits and unblock those addictive machines and technologies.
  • [30:00] – Medha shares her definition of rituals and talks enumerates some of her daily rituals.
  • [33:01] – Orion wants to know how Medha teaches someone to trust themselves more and connect to their inner wisdom during their quiet time.
  • [35:54] – Medha shares her top three tips for living a stellar life.
  • [36:54] – Visit Medha Johnson’s website and Instagram to know more and connect with her.

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About Today’s Show

Hello, Medha. Welcome to the Stellar Life podcast. Thank you so much for being here. I appreciate you being here. 

Hello, Orion. I’m delighted to be here. It’s a beautiful Thursday afternoon and it’s an awesome chance to connect with you. Thank you. 

Thank you. Before we dive in, can you tell me how you discovered your passion? 

I’ve always been a spiritual person and a person who’s been a seeker.

I’ve always been a spiritual person and a person who’s been a seeker. I’ve spent most of my life exploring and looking at things. About five years ago, I had a transformative experience that put me on the path of working with a success coach. One of the tools they did was help us discover what our life purpose was. Being able to put that language to what I had experienced but did not know, pulled me forward to this space to do the work that I am doing today. 

I work with individuals who are looking for success in their life, but really that success comes from that deep knowing. My passion is really connecting one-on-one and helping people to find their personal wisdom, their personal life mission, and their vision for how to move forward. 

There is so much in the short answer you gave me—life purpose, inner wisdom. How do you connect to your inner wisdom?

I have practiced connecting with my inner wisdom for quite a number of years now. I always have to stop when someone asks because I just do it intuitively. One of the things I learned in my journey is when you are living life on purpose, when you are working within your passion, your body physically talks to you. I know what my place of purpose is. I have an energy halo that appears when I’m on fire, connected, and there. I have a heart resonance. 

When I’m faced with questions or situations, I can tune in and say what’s the physical energy in my body telling me? What should I be listening for? How do I know? Then I trust it. I do what it gives me the positive answer to and the way to move forward and has never steered me wrong. 

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The energetic halo, do you feel it as heat? Do you see it? 

I have not been gifted with seeing it, but other people who have those gifts do. I feel it. It feels like when you see the pictures of the angel and the little circle on their head, it just feels like it’s dancing. It’s awesome and it makes me excited. 

What’s happening in your heart? I love your cat, by the way. 

She always has to show up. She is the most energetic being I’ve ever come to and she always has to make her presence known when I’m connecting with someone. Back to your question, my heart feels full. I know when it’s there, you can probably feel it if you put your hand on it, I do. I know in working with my clients, their personal wisdom and their body language show up in different places for different people. Some people, their fingers just tingle. Some feel it in their throat, some feel their heart, some have butterflies in their tummy. It really is a very personal way that your body talks to you. Learning to listen to it is awesome. 

What’s the process? I’m very much in tune with my body. I did a lot of work too, a lot of dancing, central movement, a lot of things like that, and breathing. I’m very much in tune with my body, but a lot of people aren’t. They live from the neck up. What is the process for somebody like that to be more in tune with their bodies?

Who we are at home and work is who we are with our friends.

When I work with my clients that are headspace people as you’ve described, it really starts with putting their life purpose words together. I take people through a question and answer process, and at the end of that give them their five or six keywords that create a sentence. For example, mine is to be completely me, trusting my connection to source, providing invisible service as a trusted listener creating space for all. Mine’s fairly long. 

I have a client whose life purpose is to dance with joy in the universe. Who knows? What we find is when you can put the language to your soul-level purpose for being here, your body responds. As people start to get that, I ask them to start listening and noticing. Tell me what you’re feeling. Sometimes we have to start with our toes and work our way up because they’re not used to listening. 

Everybody I have worked with going through that process can identify where their body speaks to them. Then we give them the exercise of practicing and listening to that. Try some simple decisions. Test it, how does your body feel? It can be as easy as do I want this piece of chocolate or not? Your body knows if it wants it or not. Your head will always tell you yes. 

Your body always wants it, and my head. Now I’m taking my homeopathic treatment, I’m not allowed to have chocolates, which is devastating. 

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Oh, no. It’s a good way to start to trust when you’re giving yourself little things that aren’t going to make a huge shift in your life. It’s a way to build that confidence in listening and then work your way up to the bigger decisions.

One thing that I’ve started to do is just ask my body and see if she sways to the right or to the left. If it’s to the right, it’s for me, it’s a yes and the left is a no. I’m basically a human pendulum. I’m holding a pendulum and waiting for it to sway. I noticed that my body just gives me the answers. 

It does. 

So cool. When did you notice that you’re so in tune with your body? When did it start for you?

I think, to a degree, Orion, I’ve always been in tune. But like many people, not the experience of the language to be able to describe what was happening and to listen. I think the language really came in the last five or six years when I started processing. I’ve always known my gut was right. I’ve always been the person who knew when to follow the door or the window. 

We use words like mission statements instead of life purpose, but it gets you to the same place, that awareness and wisdom.

I just didn’t connect it with the physical sensations until I started being very purposeful about my life purpose, intention, and where I wanted to go with this. Not to say it’s meditation or you have to be a spiritual person because I work with clients who are not. We use words like mission statements instead of life purpose, but it gets you to the same place, that awareness, and wisdom because it’s there.

After you connect to your body and you go through a process of finding your life’s purpose. Dancing joyfully in the universe is very different from a mission statement. There is no action step in that. You just want to be in the moment and have fun, but how do you bring a mission statement like that into the real physical world. There’s nothing really real about this world, but into the physical reality creating and manifesting your desires?

I use the word mission statements for the head people because they can’t quite wrap their comfort zone around having a soul-level purpose or that their body energetically talks to them and so you find the language that works for them. They don’t tend to dance joyfully, kind of words. They tend to be much more focused on manifesting, creating, or connecting. They have different action verbs that show up in theirs. To me, it’s all about getting them to that place and not being so stuck on what we call what they get. 

Yeah, what I’m saying is with a mask in it is how do you create a vision for your mission? Let’s say you want to be a successful entrepreneur, you want to open a company, what is the process of creating the vision for that?

Part of what I take from my clients or what I do with that is we actually do the vision work of okay, you know what your purpose words are, you have an idea of what you want your vision to be, so I really ask where are you today? Then I want you to close your eyes, listen to your body, lean in, and pick your timeframe. Are you 12 months from now, 18 months, 5 years? Because everybody speaks in a different time frame.

Then I ask you what was different. I’m going to ask you what’s different in a number of life areas. It could be your family, it could be your career, it could be money, it could be friendship or fun. As I know you a little bit, I kind of know which ones to probe around. When you can describe what’s different, then we have a place to work from. 

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Then I’m going to talk to you about what your limiting beliefs are. What’s holding you back from keeping it there? If you can identify those beliefs, then how can we turn the belief into an affirmation statement that you can work from? Then we start to go to what are the practical steps now? If you know where you want to go, you can put words to what’s been holding you back. You can turn those words from a negative to a positive. Now, what can you do in the next three months, then the next six months? 

As we start to grow those windows, you start to build your action steps of what’s there. Then we go back and back and check it. Is it an alignment with your purpose? Does it resonate with your body’s energy? Is this really getting you what you want? If you’re honest with yourself, the answer is yes.

Yeah, it’s very hard to be honest with ourselves because sometimes we have lots of ideas that don’t reflect what we actually take action upon. I’ll make myself an example, I am a mom. I have a two-and-a-half-year-old boy. I want to be a global leader, have women’s circles, do all those things, and create retreats. That’s the dream, but I guess it’s not aligned with my values right now, which is I just want to be with my baby and give him whatever attention I can give him because those fears are going to go by like this and money, fortune, and fame can always come. 

I have a coach and I told her about how guilty I feel for not doing more. She said I’m going to pull those teeth out because right now you’re doing the exact thing that you need to be doing. I’m like, no, I need to go out, I need to help the world. I have all this knowledge, I have to do and be. She’s like no, just be where your heart takes you.

Actually, as soon as I dropped into that and was more complete with where I am, then I’m like oh, actually I would like to revise my website and I do want to do this. It moved me into moving towards my dream where the guilt was paralyzing. 

It’s very hard to be honest with ourselves because sometimes we have lots of ideas that don’t reflect what we take action upon.

It’s guilt coming from a beautiful place. It’s that love and desire to be with your family and yet our society says, oh, you can do it all at the same time. It doesn’t mean you should just because you can. That’s why when we start creating those visions and dreams, pick the timeframe. People get stuck, what’s my five-year plan or how am I going to spend between now and when I’m 40 or some abstract? That’s not real. That’s an artificial timeframe that somebody else gave you. 

Your entrepreneurial thing may be 10 years down the road, but you need these three years as a full-time mom because something’s happening in this space that prepares you for what allows you to be successful 5, 7, and 10 years down the road. That’s why your heart and your soul will really fill in the number of when is this vision for. People instantly pop out a number and then they are like where did that come from? It’s because you know, you just haven’t processed it yet and you haven’t put the language to it.

Nice. Thank you for that insight. I like the idea of it preparing me for that future because sometimes we think only going to seminars, doing the things, taking more certifications, and doing more coaching will really prepare me. But actually, I think being a mother is one of the hardest, most fulfilling things I’ve ever done in my life. My son is my teacher, I learn so much every day about myself actually. As he grows, I grow twice, it’s a lot.

Absolutely. I single parented twins, a boy and a girl, and they are the best preparatory school in the world when you think about how much of yourself you give away and how much do you keep, and how do you allow autonomy and independence? My personal belief as a parent was that my job was to teach my child to be as independent as possible and to learn how to make good decisions. To do that they have to make some really stupid ones because that’s how you learn. 

Parenting is a journey through. You don’t own them; they pass through you.

When I think about the lessons like you’re talking about, that resilience, that letting go, and a mentoring and coaching mindset instead of a dictatorial one. How do you open up to what they want and support that as opposed to my thoughts of wanting my kids to be this? They’re not my kids. Somebody said parenting is a journey through, you don’t own them, they pass through you. When you think about all the things that you’re learning on that journey together with this little tiny being who sees the world differently than you do. 

Completely. Thank you, that was really cool. How do you define success? What is success for you?

Success for me is being able to sit across the screen and have these wonderful moments with my client. The world brings me all sorts of people from all sorts of spaces and yet every one of them is looking for something within themselves and a partner. I am always so honored when somebody picks me as their partner and to be able to see the light bulb go on and see their growth and their progress, I sing with that.

To me, it’s being able to connect with people at the right time at the right place. Success is not money, it’s not a title, it’s not any of those things for me. It’s truly being able to show up inside my purpose of being that trusted listener and creating the space for whoever I’m partnering with to come to their wisdom and work it through.

Success for me is sitting across the screen and having these wonderful moments with my client.

Right, and you mentioned self-care. A lot of successful people or people that are working towards success tend to forget about self-care and about being in the moment and connecting. Can you talk a little bit about that?

I have been someone who’s preached the concept of the whole person even before I left corporate, before it became the popular language. One of the things I think going back to our parent references, who we are at home and who we are at work is who we are with our friends. When we understand that we’re one integrated being, we might behave a little bit differently in those. That idea that I need to take care of myself starts to be more true and more okay.

If I get the sleep I need, if I don’t work an hour because I need to go walk. If I’m a person who needs to pull the weeds or plant some flowers in a garden because I need to touch the Earth. Whatever fills you, when you find the space to say it’s okay to spend some time every day or every week filling yourself, you’re so much better at everything else that you do. 

I think the more executives I work with who start to tune into that huh, make a huge difference. Orion, it shows up differently for everybody. Self-care has such a negative label, but really, it can be cooking a beautiful meal for your family. It can be walking in the park. It can be reading that cheap trashy beach read novel for 30 minutes because it’s escapism. Maybe you’re learning to crochet again, something your grandma did when you were little. All of that is self-care. 

When you don’t draw the little box around that says I have to meditate, I have to eat like a vegetarian, or do this or that. Find what fills you that gives you that moment and then figure out how much of it you need to be a balanced human being. When you can find that and live it, it makes such a big, big difference. Pretty soon, it’s something you choose to do instead of something you’re supposed to do.

Yeah, I’m looking at Sasha, your cat in the background. I’m just thinking that I bet a big part of your self-care is just having her in your lap and just having her purr, that’s so calming. I used to have a cat and I just love those moments. I mean, cats are amazing.

Self-care shows up differently for everybody.

She is so wise because the more intense a client session is, the more present she is on the camera. She’s there lending her kitty calmness. Anybody else who’s on the screen, even if you’re not an animal lover, there’s something that responds to that. What you can’t see is I have a couple of crystals that I keep on my desk that I hold when I’m talking to someone as well because it gives me that reminder to be present with me, that physical touch of something that I’m still here so I don’t completely lose myself in what’s happening with the client. 

Are you an empath? You seem like an empath.

A bit.

Yeah. When I did StrengthsFinder where you find your five biggest strengths, two of them were empathy. Definitely, when you work with somebody, you have to have something that grounds you. I like the idea of having Sasha and the crystals around.

They’re just the things that you learn about yourself. It’s the way to be. You talk about values. Authenticity, empathy, and compassion are my top three that show up. I know that when I am my authentic self those come in, but I’ve also learned the hard way. Before I had some of the insights and maturity that I gave too much of myself away, hence the things that I need to do to stay present and to keep the healthy boundary. To give you enough so that you find what you need, but to keep enough that I’m not depleted.

Nice. Do you put a bubble around you? Do you put any energetic boundaries around you when you work with people?

I do that less now that everything’s on screen. When I was physically present or at work in my corporate world, I needed to create that. There was a balance between walking into my building. I realized the first thing I was doing was sending out the positive energy that made it okay to ride the elevator to the seventh floor where my office was. 

Now that I don’t see people full-time, I don’t need that much.

When things were intense, I learned how to just close my eyes and didn’t even realize I was creating a physical bubble until I could start to visualize it and see. Now that I don’t see people on a full-time basis, I don’t need that much. There’s an energetic buffer that the screen, the internet, or the different way that it presents, and I need just something little, something to hang on to, something to know it’s there.

That’s cool. About being present, I already watched my toddler grabbing my phone and trying to run away with it, and I’m chasing him. How do we anchor more presence in this world that is already built? Babies come to the world, and they’re full of screens and monitors and all that. How do you teach them to ground more, to be present more? 

Not only them, how do we as adults? I find myself sometimes getting sucked into social media or the news, especially in today’s world. I wonder what’s going on? There are so many things going on. How do you keep ground and present in all that and how do you teach your children to be grounded and present in that?

Yeah, my children are 25 so we came through a little bit of a different process. Having said that, I worked for a high-tech company when they were toddlers so they had one of the very first computers, learning games, and this and that. What’s been present and important for me whether it was the TV, videos—before there were DVDs—or whatever it was, there were always ground rules around when it was allowed and the amount of minutes that were allowed on the screen. 

As a parent, you need to model what you’re asking. If your phone’s always in front of you, or if you always have the TV on or this, you’re not present to either. Things aren’t allowed at the table. There was always technology-free time in our household. We played board games, we played cards, we went low tech, we read books, things that keep us there.

My personal belief as a parent was that my job was to teach my child to be as independent as possible and learn how to make good decisions.

All the research out there right now says we don’t sleep because of our screens, et cetera. I think one of the things that you have to ask yourself is, is it really worth it? Do you need to? Turn the alerts off, turn the screen off, put your phone in the other room. It’s that physical habit of letting go. Unless you truly have somebody who’s in crisis and needs to be in touch with you, put it away. It sounds simple, but it’s a really hard habit to break.

It’s difficult, it’s an addiction. On the other side of social media, there are tens of thousands of engineers that know exactly what to do and they’re like engineers, psychologists, psychiatrists, and people who understand human behavior. Every day they improve and make it so that you will get hooked, that you will get addicted to what they’re selling. Basically, you are the product of what they are selling you and you’re not even aware of that. Especially little kids, there are so many stimulations. 

How do we build those habits? I love that you have no technology time. I don’t know how I’m going to do it. Because my husband is an internet marketer and he’s working a lot of hours, many hours, on screens all day long. How do you build in those times and how do you unhook from those very addictive machines?

When I talk with my clients about things like this, that’s where we come to what does success look like for you? How many hours are you spending with that? What are you doing with it? If you’re expressing a desire to minimize it, okay, what does that really mean to you? Is that one less hour a day? Is that not looking at Instagram? Is it only using my technology because that’s where I read all my books?

Too much screen time is too big.

We’ll go through and figure out what it is you’re really trying to solve. Too much screen time is too big. That’s a fact. We all have too much screen time, so what does that mean? What are you willing to trade? What do you really want? When you can hone in on what’s the source, then we can start a little. Maybe it’s a matter of turning all of your social media notifications off so your phone’s not flashing at you. Let’s try that for a day. Did that work for you or not? 

We work through to figure out what’s a micro habit you can create that leads to identifying that first level of success? If I turn those notices off and I wasn’t picking up my phone every five minutes to look at it, that was a success. Okay, what’s the next step? The next step is I don’t want my phone in the room with me after business hours because then I’m not going to go get there and I’m not going to see.

It’s much harder when you work from home because you don’t have a 9 to 5, so it’s like okay—

What are the boundaries that you’re setting for yourself? You have a two-year-old, what’s wrong with saying our prime time is 5 to 7 PM, then we go to a bath ritual, and he goes to bed. Between 5 and 7 PM, I’m going to put my device where I can’t see it, where I can’t be tempted, and I’m not going to notice it. That might be a success for you.

Yes, I like that. In general, I don’t let him see. We don’t have a TV at home. We are just on computers and on our phones. He might watch TV for 10 minutes a day, maybe 15. Still, I see that the more he watches, the more he wants it. He gets hooked. I’m like no, you’re too tiny, go play outside with this box and the ducks.

As a parent, what are the boundaries that you’re willing to set? Does the screen flicker? No matter whether it’s your iPad, the TV, or the computer game, how much of that flicker do you want to allow? Then what are the alternatives that you put out there? What about playdough? What about the blocks? What are the tactical things? How do you use that time differently so the screen time is special.

Yes. I want to talk to you about daily rituals. What are your daily rituals and what does ritual mean to you?

Ritual is a word that, to me, is precious.

Ritual, I’d like to start with that, is a word that to me is something that is precious. It doesn’t have to be lighting a candle and saying the rosary if you have a Catholic affiliation. It doesn’t have to have that structured process. My ritual to ground for the day is a cup of tea, my favorite chair in my living room, and 10 minutes of quiet time before anybody in my house stirs. 

It’s the act of preparing that cup of tea, of holding the warmth in my hand, of allowing the day to unfold to start to think about what’s on my calendar today. Not to go check and say, oh, do I have a full book of clients today or today’s my day off, but what do I want from my day today? 

I’ve been working this year on the concept of centering prayer. That invites you into a space of what’s the word for the year. For me, the word is hear. What am I physically hearing with my ear and am I hearing it now? The two forms of it. 

With my cup of tea and my quiet in the morning, I tried to hear what was going on in the world and I try to be here in the moment with just the tea and chair. There are days when I need more than that. Those are the days when the crystal is more present because I need that connection, and there are days when I need to physically walk and to let that energy go. 

What am I physically hearing with my ear, and am I hearing it now?

To create the ritual around I’m going to walk the stairs a few times between clients because I need to move my body, I need to clear, I need to think, and then I can come back and sit. A lot of people wouldn’t call that a ritual, but to me, it is because I know the intention of that is to reset and then to come back. They hold a special place and I think most people have a ritual, they just don’t put that label on it.

Right. When you walk up and down the stairs or when you sit, do you connect to angels or guides? Do you have this type of spiritual belief of connecting to some kind of good entity like I do?

I don’t. It’s my clear time and so it’s literally the physical act of walking away, letting the space breathe, letting my body breathe, not thinking about anything in particular, and then coming back and being prepared to go again. Is that supported by something? Absolutely, but is it conscious of asking a question? No, it’s the move to clear.

Were you always confident in your ability to share your wisdom or connect you with them? Did you always trust yourself in that way?

I have, going back. 

If you want to teach someone how to trust themselves more and connect to their inner wisdom during their quiet time, how do you teach that?

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It’s usually a conversation with someone because it’s such a personal thing. I’m not a big believer in meditation rituals or this or that. I had a great conversation with somebody the other day that said, ‘for me, ironing is a form of meditation. It’s repetitive, it has a process, it has an outcome.’ It comes back to talking to them about what do you do when your head goes someplace else? Most people can’t sit still, close their eyes, and quiet their monkey brains. That’s frustrating for them. It’s a failure for them, so I start by asking, where do you go when you’re not here? 

Daydreaming, whatever language you want to put it, what are you doing when you allow your head to go somewhere else? That’s like what are you talking about? It’s like okay if you go for a walk, what are you thinking about? What do you do repetitively that you don’t even think about? Is it a deck of cards? Is it holding a crystal? Is it washing the dishes? Folding your laundry? There are all sorts of things. 

Everybody can find something that they say, oh, yeah when I do this, my head goes and all sorts of things start to show up. Then they can start to tune into when do I consciously do that? Then how can I do that without necessarily having to do that particular thing? It’s a journey of finding where your body’s already doing it and then understanding what’s creating that space that allows your brain to go free. Then how can you do it on demand or when you need it to happen?  

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I get there easily by ironing. If it’s in the middle of a corporate office during the day, I’m not going to drag out an iron and an ironing board. What I know then is what my body feels like when I’m doing that, and so then I can get my brain to say, oh, that’s what I need right now and I can go there. It takes a conscious connection and awareness and then the conscious practice of making that connection.

That seems a little difficult. You have to observe yourself the whole day and be super in-tune with what you are doing. 

I think it’s not quite as hard as it sounds like. It’s back to that body wisdom. When you think about it and you bring it to awareness, you fairly and quickly know what you do. Once you bring awareness, then you know what you’re looking for, listening for, then I think it’s easier to bring it back. 

What are your three top tips to live a stellar life?

Always be your authentic self.

Always be your authentic self. So many of us believe that we have to show up differently in different spaces and it doesn’t work for very long. Be your authentic self. Find your compassion whether it’s for yourself, whether it’s for as big as the planet, or as small as the cat who sits on the edge of my desk, whatever that means to you. When you have a sense of compassion, the world is softer and a kinder place and you come from a place of generosity. 

That’s really my last one. How can you be generous? Is it your time? Is it your energy? Is it with yourself? Be authentic, find your compassion, and find a way to be generous because when we give back, we get back. 

Beautiful. Where can people find you and work with you?

My website is personalwisdomcoachingnow.com and I’m on Instagram as @personalwisdomcoach. The best way to connect with me is through my website. It has a contact form, send it in, we’ll find a way to connect. I would love to have 45 minutes to an hour just to get to know who you are, talk about what I do, what you’re looking for. If it’s a match, perfect. If it’s not, I get to meet an awesome human being.

Awesome. Can you share the name of your website?

Yes, personalwisdomcoachingnow.com

Thank you so much, Medha. I really really appreciate this conversation. Thank you for sharing your beautiful wisdom with us. Good day. 

Thanks, Orion. It’s been a lot of fun. 

Thank you and thank you, listeners. Remember to be your authentic self, find your compassion, be generous, and have a stellar life. This is Orion, until next time.

Your Checklist of Actions to Take

{✓}Discover your life purpose. Living a meaningful life contributes to better physical health and mental fitness.

{✓}Put your life purpose into words. When you have the language to express your soul-level purpose, your body responds.

{✓}Create a vision for your life purpose. Establishing a vision for your life gives you clarity and direction to move, meaning you can easily control your life’s outcome.

{✓}Identify your limiting beliefs and turn them into positive affirmations. Use your successes and strengths to write down affirmations that remind you of just how incredible you are. This will give you the courage to push yourself and achieve more.

{✓}Make time for self-care. You and your needs are important. Having a well-cared-for body can make you feel good about your life and conveys to others that you value yourself. 

{✓}Keep a healthy boundary. Without boundaries, you feel depleted, taken advantage of, taken for granted, or intruded upon. Poor boundaries may lead to resentment, hurt, anger, and burnout in work or your relationships.

{✓}Send out positive energy. Good energy can boost your feelings of well-being, dissolve anxiety, and improve communication.

{✓}Be your authentic self. When you get clear on what matters to you, you make decisions that align with your identity and core values. You begin to build a life that brings you meaning and joy. In doing so, you inspire those around you to do the same.

{✓}Be compassionate to yourself and all the living things around you. When you have a sense of compassion, the world is a softer and kinder place.

{✓}Find ways to be generous. There is something amazing about how giving back to other people makes you feel better about yourself.

{✓}Visit Medha Johnson’s website to learn more about her and work with her. Also, follow her on Instagram and Facebook.

Links and Resources

About Medha Johnson

As a Success Coach, my passion is compassion. My goal is to be a partner in your journey of self-discovery, offering guidance and support to help you identify your goals and achieve them.
I spent 30 years as a leader in the corporate world, and of the most important lessons my career taught me is that the key to finding valuable solutions is having meaningful conversations about the problem. My life work is to support you in your journey of discovery.

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