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"A woman actually doesn't need a room of her own but she does need an hour of her own. An hour during which she steps outside of her roles so she can remember her soul. An hour in which she's serving nobody but her own potential. An hour during which she's putting work boots on her dreams."

--Glennon Doyle Melton

As a counterpoint to our foundation audio on Stopping, the short audio for this week is about doing the work.

Questions from the audio:

  • Are you putting work boots on your dreams?
  • What do you want to do?
  • What do you need in order to do that?
  • Where is the doing for you?
  • Are you letting yourself stagnate in dreams?
  • Where do you want to get going?
  • What are you withholding from yourself while being Stopped?
  • What's your dream and are you working on it? If not, why not?
  • What can you build into your life in order to put work boots on your dreams?
Supplemental Resource:
Strip this detritus of overdoing
back to the bone,
let the sinews of striving
slacken and ease,
the knots of muscle
and thought
soften and still,
the hurry and force
float gently away
and from there,
breathe easy,
heart open,
hollowed through.

Choose what is next.


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