Living Fully Show: Don’t Let Your Purpose Slip Away!

Elizabeth B. Crook is a Best Selling Author – Live Large: The Achiever’s Guide To Whats Next. She has helped hundreds to invent and re-invent themselves after their early career success. She helps people thrive, integrating their work and personal lives, especially those in the 40+ crowd. She is also the CEO of Orchard Advisors where entrepreneurs, business and community leaders and philanthropist turn when they want to live large and grow both their enterprise and their impact. She is a mother, a grandmother, and a hardened hiker! Elizabeth has been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, Daily Worth, Next Avenue & Better Book Club.

 

In this episode
  • Understanding & discovering what your talents are.
  • Live Large – be intentional with how we use our skills, our experience, our talents, and our resources.
  • Overcoming self-doubt and limiting beliefs.
  • Never compare your insides to someone else’s outsides.
  • Discover your know-whats and know-hows, your deep talents are in there.
  • Know your why, identify your purpose.

“ It is only our willingness to continue to try and to adjust and to try again that leads us to where we truly want to be. “ – Elizabeth B. Crook

Call to action: What books and resources would you recommend to discover your passion and live fully? Share in the comments! 

Resources

The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron

A Path With Heart by Jack Kornfield

Gutsy Women Win by Pat Obuchowski

Elizabeth’s Blog

 

#1M10MProject

Elizabeth has chosen the YWCA in Nashville & Middle Tennessee as her “One Million Ten Million Project” (#1M10MProject) recipient.   This organization that is about giving women a voice and becoming physically and financially independent. The YWCA are leaders in the area of domestic violence, they have built the first domestic violence shelter and created a program called MEND which engages men in ending violence against women. Through education and prevention programs they are affiliated to the NFL and Girls Inc. They also have a GED program that helps women move from a position of employment disadvantage to a workforce.

 

Find out more and connect with Elizabeth at elizabethbcrook.com and follow her social media on:

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AS ALWAYS, DO SHARE HOW THIS INTERVIEW HAS INSPIRED YOU TO LET GO, MOVE FORWARD AND LIVE FULLY!
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