Last week, we were shooting a bunch of new videos at the studio.
Over lunch, a big talk bubbled up about drinking enough water. Especially how water makes your skin glow, turbo charges your energy, helps you sleep and wake up easier, and keeps everything “flowing” if you know what I mean.
So for the past week, my water consumption has been even higher than usual — and I gotta say, I feel amazing.
It’s wild how something so basic can so easily be taken for granted, right?
That’s why I’m particularly excited to share today’s MarieTV episode with you. Not only is this one of our most inspiring episodes of the year…
It’s also a chance for you and I to do some incredible, world changing good, together. More on that in a moment.
We’ve had this episode shot and in our editorial calendar for a few months now.
I’m still in awe of how our advanced planning of MarieTV somehow seems to energetically line up with what’s happening globally, and very often on a personal level for you, our audience.
Even my close friends say, “Marie, how do you always seem to know exactly what I’m going through?!”
While this particular Q&A has to do with a pretty common human experience, I can’t help but notice that this simple practice may — albeit in the smallest way — help us as we collectively strive to create positive social change both here in the US and around the world.
Pain, suffering and injustice are all around us. Like you, I see things on the news that anger me, break my heart and boggle my mind (and not in a good way).
However, I believe the more tools we have in our toolbox to stay connected to our humanity, the more equipped we’ll be create real and lasting change.
So today, learn a simple tool you can use whenever the pain around you feels overwhelming.
Have you ever been so fired up about a new book (or movie, show, restaurant, etc.) that you could barely contain yourself?
That’s exactly how I feel about Tony Robbins’ new book Money Master The Game: 7 Simple Steps To Financial Freedom.
I’ve been recommending it to everyone I know because it’s really good and this topic is really important. If you’re a subscriber, you remember my passionate email about it a few weeks ago.
The reason I’m such a fan of this book is because Tony has taken what can be very complex and often confusing topic — creating financial freedom — and laid out a simple and do-able plan that the everyday person can follow.
This book simultaneously pissed me off (more on that in our interview) and got me extremely fired up to make changes. For myself, my team and my family and friends.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re just starting out and you’re in massive debt like I was when I first got out of school or you’re doing good but you have big dreams to do even better.
Because Tony’s book accomplishes something extraordinary: it’s both highly readable and highly tactical, helping both the novice and the more experienced investor create true and lasting wealth – for yourself, your family, your team and causes you believe in.
And today, I’m so very excited to share our interview here on MarieTV.
Here in the U.S., we’re getting ready to celebrate Thanksgiving. Arguably my favorite holiday of the year!
You probably already know I love to cook, and yes – I love to eat
But this year is super special for me.
You see, a few years back my parents moved to Vegas from New Jersey. They’re not very fond of travel, and I’ve been hosting a group of friends and other family at my house for Thanksgiving — so for the past few years I’ve been missing them. A lot.
Couple months back, I went out on a limb to invite them over for this holiday. I thought if I framed this trip like a stress free adventure – one where I’d take care of all the details to ensure it was truly stress free for them - that maybe they’d be up to come back to the East coast for a bit.
Well…they said YES!
The weather has taken a chilly turn here in NYC which means I’m busting out my boots and gloves for the first time this season!
Though I’m not a fan of cold weather, I am a huge fan of the holidays. I live for all the cooking and QT with loved ones.
But if your holiday season is anything like mine, it isn’t 100% elves and egg nog. Truth is, we may have to navigate some conflict, like…
- Heated political throwdowns at the holiday table.
- Shopping skirmishes at Target. (While we don’t do holiday gifts, I’ve seen the insanity on the news)
- General spats that erupt as a result of too much mulled wine … or not enough!
No matter what time of year it is, conflict shows up in our life. Rather than shy away from it, or let it take us down, why not learn to be a better communicator?
That’s why I was so excited when my friend Bob Burg wrote Adversaries into Allies: Win People Over Without Manipulation or Coercion.