When I was working one-on-one with clients, this was probably the most common question: I’m not happy with where I am, but I have no idea what I want or where I want to go. You’re NOT alone. Even the most successful people feel this way from time to time. But what I do think is epidemically the problem is social media and the comparison we do consciously and unconsciously all day long. The first thing I suggest when you’re feeling confused is to get off IG for a week. Stop looking at how other people live their life and figure out how you want to live yours. Take that time to get clear and get inspired. As Esther Hicks once said, “Passion is Momentum.” So in order to get clear and inspired you’ve got to get on your *own* momentum of what lights you up without the interference of how other people are doing it. Comparison is the death of creativity and it robs us of our Radiance. We forget how cool we actually are, how smart we are, intelligent, beautiful, handsome, creative, interesting, dynamic, worthy. I remember one time I took a break from social media for a while when I was having a particularly low moment feeling like I wasn’t enough and I literally would put on my power outfits and walk around town all day long reminding myself all the incredible things I’ve accomplished and things I loved about myself: “you were published at 18, you’re a great natural writer, you’re funny (so she thinks...), you’re compassionate, you’re a Beauty Editor for an incredible brand, you help women all over the world, and hunny you’ve got a booty to live for.” I can’t even tell you how much more powerful and confident I became from that - Yogi Bhajan talks about this as we have to learn the art of Self-Reminder. Hypnotically remind yourself of your greatness instead of your insecurities. And from that space we can become more clear and inspired about what lights us up. In combination with all that, I highly recommend Desire Map by @daniellelaporte - it’s a must for everyone.