The guest this week on Bold Moves Podcast Episode 103 Cherie Cox has taken some risks that have paid off. Cherie moved from Toronto to Vancouver. From there, she spent the next five years working, saving money, and traveling. Cherie found so much personal growth and unforgettable memories from her travels. Over the years, Cherie started her career as an Organizational Coach – she helps create organization inside and outside yourself. Creating organized spaces came naturally to her because it’s the way her Mom raised her. When Cherie’s Mom was diagnosed with cancer, she realized that she needed to create organization inside herself. At a heartbreaking time in her life with thoughts filled with sadness and fear, she needed clarity. This is when Cherie really started living a life of mindfulness, gratitude, and purpose. Her purpose is to share her passion with others on how to create organization inside and outside yourself. Life can be a rollercoaster but, Cherie believes we are here to be happy and make it a fun ride. Hopefully, Cherie’s story will interest you. Please enjoy Bold Moves Podcast Episode 103 Cherie Cox!
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[Tweet “”Organization internally, it helps you jump start. You get out of your head and into the present moment.” -Cherie Cox via @MandieBrice”]
[Tweet “”I’ll start my day with a 10 minute meditation every morning, and it gets my aligned and into the present moment.” -Cherie Cox via @MandieBrice”]
[Tweet “”For me, it comes from within, from intuition for my clients. I look at their space, and what they want to achieve.” -Cherie Cox via @MandieBrice”]
[Tweet “”From when I was 8, until now, I’ve done and grown so much. It’s work, but I’m grateful for where I’ve been.” -Cherie Cox via @MandieBrice”]
[Tweet “”For anyone that has lost someone, I always say that they will give you signs. There’s all these magical moments around us.” -Cherie Cox via @MandieBrice”]
When we were speaking, Cherie recommended* a few books, if you’re interested I’ve provided the links here. The books were Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway by Susan Jeffers, and The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz!
What about Cherie’s story interested you most? Comment below!