This week’s guest on Bold Moves Podcast Episode 179 Kate Galliett has made some bold moves! Her business was easy and successful, and her home was beautiful. She couldn’t ask for a better place to be, but she torched it all so she could create a more soul-happiness focused, fulfilling life. She had to close her brick and mortar business and figure out how to take it all online – something she did not know how to do. It also meant a move from Illinois to Utah, where she knew only two people and had spent a total of five days. It was hard, but the change has paid off in a few key ways! Kate found confidence, peace, happiness, joy, and passion – by breaking down all the life boundaries she’d erected over the years and re-creating life in a more ‘let’s try this and see how it feels’ sort of way. Now the money she makes isn’t tied to her always exchanging her time/energy for dollars, and she enjoys her new life. Please enjoy Bold Moves Podcast Episode 179 Kate Galliett!
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[Tweet ” was like, “Oh, there’s the end of the runaway, I’m almost out. I’ve gotta figure this out.” That’s terrifying.” – Kate Galliett via @mandiebrice”]
[Tweet “I’m very accountable. If I say I’m going to do something I’ll do it. So if I put it out there, I’ll get it done.” – Kate Galliett via @mandiebrice”]
[Tweet “I got here [Utah] and it was like something that was a part of me was able to come out, and it turned out to be most of me.” – Kate Galliett via @mandiebrice”]
[Tweet “It is never too late to help your body feel and move well. It’s our duty to be caretakers of our body.” – Kate Galliett via @mandiebrice”]
When we spoke, Kate recommended* a few books, and in case you’re interested in reading them, I’ve provided the links here. The books were The End of Night: Searching for Natural Darkness in an Age of Artificial Light by The Ground Beneath Us: From the Oldest Cities to the Last Wilderness, What Dirt Tells Us About Who We Are by The Host by
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