1. What’s your name and what do you do?
Kaira Boston, implementation manager for a major corporation, wife, mother and starting a business consulting firm that is one month old.
2. What was life like before you experienced Chi-To-Be?
Successful but not fulfilling. I was achieving the salary, harmonious family, and keeping afloat despite the twists and turns of our choices and the economy. The unfulfilling piece had me very confused because it looked like I had it all.
3. What attracted you to the Chi-To-Be! movement?
My health coach shared with me Chi-To-Be because she knew that I was still searching for fulfillment even though I practiced the Law of Attraction. She advised Chi-To-Be was more the ‘how-to’ for the Law of Attraction. I was sold because I had decided that I was no longer going to rewrite the same goals I had been intending to accomplish for the past couple of years everytime a new calendar year rolled around.
4. What is your favorite Energy Surge from Chi-To-Be! Achieving Your Ultimate B-All and why?
Energy Surge #5: Harmoniously Powerful Agreements. It packs so much into one surge. I find I can practice this energy surge upon every interaction I have throughout my life. It keeps my energy lifted when I can call upon one or more of these powerful agreements: Be Impeccable with My Word, Don’t Take Anything Personally, Don’t Make Assumptions and Always Do My Best (which were first proposed by don Miguel Ruiz in The Four Agreements).
5. Anything else you’d like our readers to know?
I had been searching for the perfect self-help book or life coach. It has been found by reading and re-reading/referencing Chi-To-Be! Achieving Your Ultimate B-All by Stacey Hall, and subsequently working with her as a coach and on her social media team. 2013 was intended to be my year. I am half way through it and so excited about the accomplishments thus far. I can be sure that I will be writing different goals for 2014!
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