Organize, Strategize and Mobilize Your Life

In today’s episode, I talk to Keshia Butler-Thomas, a life coach, and transformation expert who helps women “Stop surviving and start thriving.” in both their personal and business lives. After a devastating loss, Keshia found her purpose in helping women organize, strategize, and mobilize their goals through mindset shifting accountability.

Tune in to listen to our conversation about the importance of nurturing ourselves, how to successfully handle transitional periods of life, and why it’s necessary to create small digestible pieces to reach larger goals. Keshia and I talk about how finding peace, love, grace, and compassion within yourself will help you brace your falls during times of failure and why having support from yourself is key to relationships, your professional success, and achieving anything you want to do in life.

Here’s a closer look at what we talked about:

  • How loss prompted Keshia to discover her path in life coaching [6:30]

  • Finding inner peace in the chaos [12:38]

  • “It’s not you, it’s me” [19:18]

  • Golden Rule vs Platinum Rule [20:34]

  • Planning and Preparing for Your Breakthrough [25:51]

Resources mentioned:

Planning and Preparing for Your Breakthrough Program

Keshia’s Instagram

Keshia’s Twitter

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