Warning: This episode contains explicit language.
This is a fun and different episode that will pack a punch in your life if you follow my suggestions towards the end.
It’s not a “chick episode” and it’s not for fashionistas.
The way you think about the simple act of getting dressed in the morning can be a portal to a more a profound knowledge of yourself and what you want. It’s an exercise that can shift you out of the rut of making choices designed to please other people. It will help you grow your intuitive understanding of what you like and what lights you up, which can have a meaningful impact on the rest of your life.
The New York Times essay I mention, “My Mustache, My Self” is featured in the June 13, 2021 episode of The Daily, a New York Times podcast that is available everywhere you listen to podcasts.
Eyenie Schultz is The Technicolor Priestess. You can find out more information about Eyenie’s brilliant courses and other offerings at https://www.technicolorpriestess.com/.
My mission in this podcast is to help you find the freedom to become who you want. My intention is to fill every episode with useful information you can apply right away to start taking your life in a beautiful, new direction.
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I’m a former international tax lawyer and senior partner with Ernst & Young. I left the law in 2014 to learn how to paint. After a couple years painting and selling my work, I became passionate about helping other people who feel stuck in their careers and lives and want to feel more personally fulfilled, invigorated and soul connected. I now spend my time painting, coaching, and creating live events at the George Russell Academy of Creative Expansion in beautiful Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada.