How often do you get in your own way? Elizabeth Adams is a former workaholic who now helps clients identify new opportunities in the market so they can make more money, realize their vision, and bring to fruition long-buried dreams and desires. In this episode, we’re diving into the importance of connecting with ourselves, first and foremost, and understanding all the many ways we hold ourselves back from our true potential.

Listen in as we discuss the difference between clarity and intention, signs that you might be a workaholic, and how to recover from workaholism. Elizabeth also shares why it is important to set intentions, how having too much on your plate can prevent opportunities from knocking, and why, sometimes, the best strategy is none at all.

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • How to tell whether you’re a workaholic.
  • How to recover from workaholism.
  • The importance of setting intentions.
  • The difference between clarity and intention.
  • How Elizabeth helps people re-find their calm.

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Ideas Worth Sharing:

If you have to ask me what my strategy is for growth, it's connection, first and foremost with ourselves. – Elizabeth Adams Click To Tweet

Slowly we start to listen to what’s outside of us instead of what’s inside. – Elizabeth Adams Click To Tweet

It doesn't mean that it's always going to be the perfect fit. But if it isn't, it's usually there to teach us something. – Elizabeth Adams Click To Tweet

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