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  • Act “As If.”

    Act as if EVERYTHING you do makes a difference.
    Act as if you are so full of love that no hurt, no pain, and no hate can touch you.
    Act as if you are the brightest star in the sky lighting the way for the lost and you will light the way.
    Act as if kindness holds the answers to ALL the questions and people WILL hear your…Read More

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  • Act as if EVERYTHING you do makes a difference.

    Act as if you are so full of love that no hurt, no pain, and no hate can touch you.
    Act as if you are the brightest star in the sky lighting the way for the lost and you will light the way.
    Act as if kindness holds the answers to ALL the questions and people WILL hear your voice.
    Act as if…Read More

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  • The Baller Mindset and Watch The Baller Effect Happen. – 4 Billion Dollar Mindset
  • You are loved. You are not alone. The people within arms length may not understand your heart. Don't judge them for it. Love them in spite of it. Love them more because of it. Believe it or not, there is someone out there feeling just like you right this moment.
  • Good Evening, Bryant, Jenni, McGill Family & McGill Media Users: I hope all is well with everyone?! I know its' been a long time since my last post, so I thought it would be a good idea to #ShowUp #BePresent #Here&Now! I want to say, “Thank You” & “God Bless” to all the men & women of our armed forces. And also #NeverForget those that have…Read More
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  • Be Fearless in the pursuit of what sets your soul on fire.
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    3 months ago
    YOU DO YOU. Your mom will survive the shock. Six tips to returning home in your new fabulous skin.

    I recently visited my mom to surprise her for Mother’s Day. It was a lovely visit. However, there were also t […]

    You Do You

    YOU DO YOU. Your mom will survive the shock. Six tips to returning home in your new fabulous skin. I recently visited my mom to surprise her for Mother’s Day. It was a lovely visit. However, there were also the...

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    • Fun read and wonderful article Jo! Enter permission to Do You. Yes! Gratitude with love xo

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      • Yes! Then, you can have some fun finally being comfortable as the “real you!” Thank you Mary!

    • I absolutely love your article! You’re right the tables are turned and you become the parent when you shed the old skin and now have the skin you were meant to be in! Excellent Read!

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    • Wow this was an amazing read she nail it to a tee about being you. Can’t wait til your next article Jo💖😊

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    • Thank you love! Glad I didn't pack the mini bar! lol! Appreciate the kind words!

    • Such a beautiful article and something to really really think about..Thank you for sharing this insight. It is so important to embrace our children in all their growth..To allow them to get out of our comfort zone of viewing them as children. Loved it <3

    • Thank you! Ditto!💃

    • I really related to this article. It was a great read and gave me some helpful tips to cope around family that does not know the motto: Live and Let Live. Bravo Jo, absolutely delightful article.

    • Thank you Arayeh! Love the work you are doing!

    • Omg! Right! Family doesn't often support you until strangers celebrate you! I'm over here yelling, “Woohoo! Susanne!!! You rock!” ❤❤❤Love you sister!

    • Fabulously written! Thank you for shining your light!Fabulously written! Thank you for shining your light!

    • Ooohhh waw!! You write incredibly!! So many profound truths in this article explained in such an accessible way!! Thank you so much!!

    • Life is easier when I do me <3 Thank you so much for sharing the wisdom of being real and authentically us and ignore the opinion of how we should be in other people's ways. We chooses our identity as freedom is a gift for ourselves. Thank you for sharing, much love, loklok

      • You are one of the most remarkable loving people I know. Sending big hugs to you in Hong Kong! Yes, YOU DO YOU! Because “you” is pretty badass!❤

    • Haha! Rain boots are getting packed for that reunion!!! Thank you, Buck!

    • Thank you so much!!!❤❤❤❤❤❤

    • Thank you James!

    • ❤I'm so glad to hear this! Much love, @MinervaSoltero!

    • Love that you are sharing this deeply personal story. I think so many people can relate. Thank you, Kate. ❤

    • Great article Jo! My parents passed many years ago, although this resonates with where im at with my sister who is 8 years older. Which considering im in my 60s is crazy!
      Guess expansion of consciousness is expansion of consciousness regardless of age, and will always make those who want everthing to stay the same uncomortable!
      Thanks so much for sharing this Jo!

    • Thanks for sharing! A lot of truth here that I dealt with myself when I went home as “me.” Definitely trying to be more in tune and supportive with my children as they find themselves!

      • It's certainly hard not to project our fears onto our children. However, I would say that your life's work is a testament to allowing others to find themselves…especially your kiddos!

    • I loved this! As a mother and grandmother your words are so true!

    • Love this and the journey you took us through!! Very relatable, it's crazy the back and forth we go through in these relationships. Letting go of approval was huge for me and a work in progress. Fabulous article!!

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    • Great article. Good points addressed, thank you for sharing your insights.

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    • Great article, good pints, thank you for sharing and congratulations!!

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    • Thank you so much!❤❤❤❤
      #brotherFROManotherMOTHER

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    • Brilliant article~I can relate to this. I just recently took a trip to visit my mom and my sister. I can speak my truth now and simply love them where they are at. I'm so grateful to be a this point in my life. You go girl…love the Jo 2.0!

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      • You are killin it, girl! You inspire me every day! The beautiful Phoenix that you are!!!
        Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Wonderful article! So helpful! Thank you Jo ❤️

    • I sometimes sit back and say, “I love my crazy monkeys and lions…but it's NOT my circus.” Lol! They are are the leads in their play. I only get a walk-on role. I better be an example of love and acceptance. Then they will want to and choose to make themselves present in my life as they become adults. It's tough for us crazy control freaks! XOXO

  • Jo Davis posted in the group Submissions

    3 months ago
    YOU DO YOU. Your mom will survive the shock.
    Six tips to returning home in your new fabulous skin.

    I recently visited my mom to surprise her for Mother's Day. It was a lovely visit. However, there were also the usual brief interventions regarding “fear for my soul” and me having a real wedding before she dies. I am not exaggerating. (I should…Read More

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    • Totally open to a ***spicy title change if this is published. I was stuck. 🤔

    • Love this Jo! I can relate to your thoughts so much here. I frind it interesting that many of us step into that identity later in life. It is our experiences that shape our values and give us our own unique identitites. Tip number 4 took me a long time to grasp but it is crucial to grasp that for your own mental sanity and protection of your…Read More

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      • Lissa, thank you! Your words mean so much—considering this is a real life scenerio for so many people! Wow! Right?? I did pack my clary calm roller! lol! I think helping her see by “my joy”…that the path I am on is different than hers but NO LESS DIVINE than hers was helpful. Every visit will get easier. Grace and ease. The people that truly…Read More

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    • Published 🙂 You can leave the submission post here. Thank you Jo! <3

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  • I’m creating courses on stressmanagement for the general population, for sensitive people and for those with PTSD or complex PTSD. I’ve spent the better part of 28 years battling PTSD, researching stress, counceling, theology, lifecoaching, healing, and working with Stanford university to create an app that helps people with Post Traumatic Str…Read More
  • I got to reassemble myself and pick up only the pieces that I wanted to keep and I got to find ways of healing from PTSD and get a great life. I got to study the healing professions from different angles and find my own path in it. That’s why I am here guiding others, creating courses and helping people to find what is unique to them. Have you e…Read More
  • Jo Davis wrote a new post

    4 months ago
    Curating your life after taking out the trash. You should know that there is beauty in emptiness. Don’t freak! But the truth is contrary to everything you have been taught.

    Congratulations! You have cleaned u […]

    Three Questions That Help You Curate Your Life. The Answer Is Always “Yes” Or “Next!”

    Curating your life after taking out the trash. You should know that there is beauty in emptiness. Don’t freak! But the truth is contrary to everything you have been taught. Congratulations! You have cleaned up your life! Figuratively, energetically and...

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    • Once again a beautifully written article! What a great description of change and growth on so many levels. Many only see the end result/highlights of tough decision or narrow path in growth neglecting to realize all the challenges but exceptional depth and worth. Thank you for sharing your heart, experience, and knowledge. Keep shining bright!!

    • That's great! Good luck and take your time!

    • OMG! I LOVE this!! I completely agree that it's in the quiet, inspiration can be found. Brilliant!

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      • You might be in a puddle on the floor for in minute but if you breathe it in and let it out…something amazing, comforting or just freaking epic might pop in your brain. Maybe light a fire of a forgotten passion or completely new direction! That thought is MUCH more exciting than longing for excess or the return if crapoy friends! Lol!

    • Excellent! Thank you. Addressed exactly where I am right now.

    • Love this Jo! Saying YES and NEXT are my new mantras, my mind applauds the simplicity. Thank you x

      • Glad you liked it! A simple way to move through the empty space of a new beginning or even to begin stepping out of the messy past!

    • I loved this article so much..I could totally relate to it..I have been in that vacuum quite a few times and I am so glad that you showed this new perspective..Thanks for sharing this message <3

  • Trust you intuition. Lean in and listen to it closely and allow it to guide you. -Lynn Dailey
  • Jo Davis posted in the group Submissions

    4 months ago
    Three questions that help you curate your life. The answer is always “Yes” or “Next!”
    Curating your life after taking out the trash. You should know that there is beauty in emptiness. Don't freak! But the truth is contrary to everything you have been taught.

    Congratulations! You have cleaned up your life! Figuratively, energetically and…Read More

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    • 👑This is an awesome way to look at this time and space. The three questions that you have listed are perfect and I agree it's time for me to be firm with Yes or Next in order to be living my highest self. ❤️👌🦋👑

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    • These are really great tips Jo! I am printing these questions out and putting them on my vision board so I see them often and am remindered to ask myelf these very things. Thank you for sharing your wisdom and thoughts. I really got a lot out of this article. 😊

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    • Published 🙂 You can leave the submission post here. Thank you Jo! <3

    • Thank you, NEXT! Awesome as always Jo Davis! Thank you for sharing as you learn. Love your heart! <3

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Darlene Rese

Writer, author, personal development coach and spiritual teacher

Having worked on a professional level for most of my life with various organizations and personal endeavors, I am now interested in helping others awaken their passions and reach their full potential on a spiritual and financial level. I am an inspirational and motivational writer. I am now in the process of writing my autobiography.

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