Clearing the March Madness

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THE COURAGEOUS COLLECTIVE CHALLENGE

CLEAR THE MARCH MADNESS

Let’s clear the madness of excess in our lives and create courageous space in our digital life and dwelling spaces as we prepare for spring.

THE DETAILS

  1. We’ll be devoting ourselves to clearing the excess madness in our dwelling spaces and digital spaces for the next two weeks. 

    • WEEK ONE: March 17 - 23

    • WEEK TWO: March 24 - 30

  2. Choose one area to focus on each week or mix it all together. Whatever you prefer!

  3. THE CHALLENGE: Devote yourself to what truly, deeply feels like you and give away or ditch the rest — in your home, automobiles, closets, inboxes, phones, screens, and social media profiles, etc.

  4. Clear winter’s clutter and prepare to begin April by creating courageous space for what and who really matters to you. 

THE CHALLENGE GIVEAWAY

  1. Active participants who engage in the challenge and support each other along the way in The Courageous Collective community will be entered to win a FREE CREATING COURAGEOUS SPACE intuitive coaching series!

    • This six-week series is focused on moving beyond decluttering and digital detoxing to creating courageous space—in your dwelling places, screen time, and development.

    • You’ll learn how to observe your patterns, understand how got you here, and develop a personalized practice to courageously create space in your life that really matters to you.

  2. The recipient of this complimentary series will be chosen from the list of active participants in the CLEAR THE MARCH MADNESS challenge and announced April 2nd in The Courageous Collective Facebook community.

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THE EXTRAS

Fun facts, tips, and tricks for creating courageous space will be dropped into the group throughout these two weeks to support and inspire you in the challenge.

TIP #1: Take the fabulous practice of sparking joy just a bit further; keep only what actually feels like you.

Know someone who would love a fun challenge to begin clearing out their home or creating more space in their screen time and digital life? Now’s a great time to invite them to join The Courageous Collective community!

THE SPACES WE OCCUPY

Clearing the excess madness from our dwelling and digital spaces may be literal or metaphorical for us, such as establishing new practices for our own self-love and care. Here are a few places to consider focusing in this challenge.

DWELLING SPACES: HOMES, AUTOMOBILES, WORK SPACES, GYM LOCKERS, COMMUNITIES, AND OUR OWN BODIES.

DIGITAL SPACES: PHONES, TABLETS, COMPUTERS, TELEVISIONS, RADIOS, EMAIL INBOXES, WORKOUT TRACKING DEVICES, SOCIAL MEDIA, AUDIO BOOKS, DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTIONS.

I’M IN! HOW DO I BEGIN THE CHALLENGE?

  1. Look out for MONDAY’S MOTIVATION post in The Courageous Collective this Monday, March 18th. (Not a member of our Facebook community? Join at the button below.) This post will ask you to announce specifically where you’ll be focusing on clearing the madness of excess in this first week of the challenge.

  2. Actively engage in the group these next two weeks by supporting each other in this challenge and sharing your own experience along the way too.

  3. Remember this isn’t just about decluttering in time for spring; it’s about creating courageous space and energy within us to spend this spring where it really matters.

WITH YOU IN THE PRACTICE,

 
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ABOUT THE COACH:

An intuitive leadership and life coach for 14 years and founder of The Courage Practice®, Tonyalynne Wildhaber coaches individuals, leaders, coaches, and soulful entrepreneurs to make friends with their courage.

Using a unique approach of integrating inner wisdom with outer strategy, she partners with you to courageously step into your highest potential, navigate challenge and transition with greater ease, and transform your abundance and life from the inside out.

Tonyalynne is a member of the Forbes Coaches Council specifically for her integrated leadership and life development approach. She is a frequent contributor to Forbes and Thrive Global. She is head-over-heels in love with the Pacific Northwest, drinks iced coffee in all weather, and is attempting to train a dog named Ollie.

ABOUT THE COURAGE PRACTICE®:

The Courage Practice is an inside-out, soul-to-strategy coaching approach guiding you to build a personalized practice to strengthen, shape, and empower you to live, love, and lead in more conscious and courageous ways. Where do you want to be more courageous? Click here to book a complimentary consultation to begin exploring the possibilities together.