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Amanda Gore
Award Winning Motivational Keynote Speaker | Best-selling Author
Award Winning Motivational Keynote Speaker | Best-selling Author

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I have a new App and its FREE!! Read about it here! 

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To give up our FEARS – and the little voice in our heads which tells us to ‘slow down and be careful’.
Five Famous Fears:

Humiliation – which is the fear of what other people think, the irony is that people are too busy thinking about themselves to worry about thinking about you.

Separation – Being different, separated from those that are important to us, being disconnected.

Poverty – The ‘I haven’t got enough’ concept… yet money does not bring security

Unknown – The fear of new things – or lacking of faith, hope and trust

Missing out – The fear of keeping up with the ‘Joneses’ – continually making comparisons (if you win the rat race you are still a rat)

Here is the challenge: can you give up the labels, and as a result get out of your own way.

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What is the most important space on earth? Here is my TEDx talk on the secret formula for joy

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My book on sale for only .99 cents

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Excellent article! Showing you again how important happiness is at work! Notice how all of these phrases make someone feel better about themselves - the most important thing in life!

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New interview with +Deborah Hutton 
Balancing your heart
When it comes to matters of the heart and feelings, Amanda Gore, chief executive of the Joy Project, says we could all do a bit more work – not just women, but men too.

“Life is just not about about feeling good, life is about being good and feeling. And if you stop and think about it, almost everything that you’re doing revolves around becoming more conscious of how [you] actually feel as opposed to being numb,” she said.

In order to stop feeling numb, Amanda recommends the following technique that she calls, “the laundry chute”. To get started, you envision yourself at the top of your head and slowly travel down an imaginary laundry chute that travels straight into your heart. On the way down you will start to notice peaceful feelings surfacing because you are giving yourself permission to feel. Also, you’re giving yourself the opportunity to reconnect with love because Amanda says during this technique, you can picture yourself and your loved ones inside your heart.

“I think if you do this technique, you will actually find balance,” Amanda says.

This technique is very similar to a guided meditation or visionary pathway.
“That divine place, the universe, love, whatever you like to call it, that place is in your heart and your heart is the portal,” she said.
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