My Biggest Takeaways from The Rise Conference in Calgary

What an unforgettable experience. The conference reminded me to find more ways to come out of my bubble and see through other perspectives and taught me lots of lessons that I will carry forward to guide me in my journey. I’m privileged to be able to share them with you today!! I went to a few different panels but these were the top 3 who stood out to me the most— Devon Brooks, Selina Gray and Danielle La Porte. Here are some takeaways straight from my iPhone Notes app! :)

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4 Banff Coffee Shops That Stole My Heart!

I just spent the perfect weekend in Banff and fell in love with it all over again! Not only is this little town perfect for hiking to chase frozen waterfalls, seeing wildlife, checking out different lakes and LOTS of mountain picture opportunities.. Banff avenue is also filled with local stores, restaurants, boutiques and of course picturesque coffee shops! Actually, scratch that because everything in Banff is Instagram worthy.

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I’m The Happiest On Stage.. | My 2nd Time Public Speaking!

It was the easiest thing I’ve ever done and quite frankly, the best few minutes of my life. Dont know how long I was standing on that stage but you know what? It felt home. Like, I was meant to be there. I wanted to be there. I thought maybe this is what I was made for and I believed it. Having “speaker” under my name on that tag meant the whole world.

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She Sold 27 Houses on Her First 7 Months As A Real Estate Agent.. | Deidre Harrison

“10 months into my first year, I got nominated Edmonton-wide for Rookie of the Year. 7 months in, I had sold 27 homes. I don’t know how!! I honestly still don’t know how!! The average agent does 6-8 transactions in a year and I did 27 in my first 7 months! In my 2001 low-riding Toyota Celica and my Lululemons. I pre-drove all of my routes because I didn’t have a GPS and I didn’t know Edmonton. I worked harder than I had ever worked in my entire life! It was incredible. Super hard and super amazing at the same time.”

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What It Takes To Become A Real Estate Investor with Kathy Flett of Route 3116

“It’s a people business at the end of the day so if you’re good with people, you’re good with stress, if you’re okay with just sort of going with the flow, you’re gonna be alright. If you’re someone who’s forever panicking, forever cranky when things don’t go your way, then don’t do it. Because it’s gonna toss you over.”

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5 Bloggers I Want To Emulate As I Navigate The Blogging World

I have been blogging for as long as I can remember. The different names I had for my blog that are way too cringey still makes me smile because they represent a different part of my life. It’s like, I would always feel the need to change my blog whenever I feel myself, my aspirations, changing so I guess it’s safe to say that this blog has been growing with me. I’m now using my name for my blog and even though I don’t think I’d be using a different one, there are still ways I can make changes and improvements to make sure this blog grows with me.

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4 Things To Remember When Creating Your First Vision Board

I created my first vision board a year ago and it’s been one of the biggest blessings. A year later, I’m creating another vision board to set the tone for my 2019 and inspire me to pursue after my wildest dreams. And this time, I get to use the lessons I learned from my first vision board and why I think it worked so well in manifesting to my reality.

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5 Reasons I'm Taking A Sabbatical // Life Lately in Calgary

I want to give God the first of my year and really practice my faith of His provision and walking in the Pace of Grace. Hopefully, taking a few weeks off (from work, from my norm, from everyone) to just figure it out will help me set the tone for the rest of the year. It will also help me practice my faith in His provision especially because I’m saying no to a lot of opportunities in exchange for time with myself and Him.

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I Tried Spiritual Fasting for the First Time | 4 Lessons

That first day, I cried the hardest. Boy, was it hard. Here comes my mom again crying with me and me not being able to tell her the reason why so I made her worry and I felt worse and I cried harder and she worried more and the wheel just went on and on. If I was being superficial or if I tried to give it a quick answer, I would say I just didn’t deal with hunger that well and that was the reason I overthought things and cried.

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