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Sep 1, 2020

A lot of us would like to learn how to calm the chaos around us right now, and it just so happens that this week’s guest literally wrote the book on that. Nicola Ries Taggart is a life strategist, author and speaker who helps people discover a more centered, conscious approach to everyday life. Two years ago, she wrote the book Calm the Chaos, a journal designed to help users align their outer presence with inner peace. She talks about how you can learn to calm the chaos … even in these rather chaotic times.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • What practices you can use to calm the chaos.
  • How she discovered these practices and why they have been so important in the past year.
  • Why journaling every day — even for just a few minutes — can change your life.
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