Maxie McCoy on Why You're Not Lost

 
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Today’s guest knows all too well what it feels like to not know what the future holds...and what it feels like to keep on walking towards it anyway.

Maxie McCoy is a writer, author of the recently released book You’re Not Lost: An Inspired Action Plan for Finding Your Own Way, and a speaker obsessed with giving women the tools they need to believe in themselves. As a woman who is committed to the global rise of all women, Maxie writes weekly inspiration and monthly curriculum on her website for her audience.

It was such a joy to sit down for a soul-jam sesh with this vibrant, fierce and driven woman… one that I am certain will leave you feeling inspired, ready to march onward, and exactly where you’re supposed to be (whether you know where you’re headed or not.)

In this episode:

  • Today’s guest, Maxie McCoy [ :40 ]

  • What lead Maxie to where she is today [ 4:10 ]

  • The journey to writing her new book, You’re Not Lost  [ 10:21 ]

  • How to have faith when the future is uncertain [ 16:50 ]

  • The people and practices Maxie relies on during hard times [ 22:00 ]

  • The 5 questions to ask the people who love + support you [ 25:50 ]

  • What writing the book taught Maxie about herself and others [ 28:18 ]

  • How to say “No” with grace [ 40:45 ]

  • Maxie’s favorites [ 42:44 ]

  • 49:18 What Maxie would say to a former version of herself

Soul Shifting Quotes:

  • “We don’t have to know the big picture; if we keep following what energizes us the path will unfold.”

  • “Follow the energy, keep the momentum, and do it small step after small step.”

  • “You can be wildly confident and still have no idea what you’re doing.”

  • “I’m batshit grateful.”

  • “I know what it means to come back to that wildly expressed self, and that self is the one that gets me places.”

Links Mentioned:

Be sure to follow Maxie on Instagram: @maxiemccoy and find her on her website at www.maxiemccoy.com

Tag me in your big shifts and takeaways: @amberlilyestrom

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