Author Archive | Jadah Sellner

Releasing resistance and…

… staying inspired Can you believe it’s already 1/3rd of the way through April?! What the what?! Springtime is here, and I feel like this is the perfect season for creative inspiration to flow. I’m spending my last day in Sedona for a girls trip that I plan every few months with women I adore […]

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How I create more space to focus on…

what matters most. I had the best time in Yosemite last week. My family and I saw waterfalls + a coyote, played board games (Sorry, Dutch Blitz, Blokus, Uno, Connect Four) soaked in the hot tub, and created vision boards. My husband and I haven’t created a vision board since 2012, which is the year […]

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Think Disruptively

I’m spending the week in Yosemite with my family. Since we decided to homeschool Zoe last month, our schedules feel so much lighter and flexible. We were chasing the sunshine that peaked this past week in California, but the weather shifted to rain + snow. ⛄️ My daughter and I are doing the happy dance […]

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“Think Disruptively” with Miki Agrawal

Are you craving some innovation inspiration in how companies are built through conscious capitalism where everyone wins? If you’re ready to disrupt the status quo in how you build a company, then episode 151 of the Lead with Love podcast is for you. In this episode, I get cozy with serial entrepreneur and author Miki […]

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Trust & Surrender to the Process

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been in my feelings. I’ve always been a deep feeler. And sometimes I think my gentleness is a weakness. My invitation to you love… be gentle with yourself. You are the glory of the entire universe unfolding.⁣ ⁣ Do not mistake your kindness, your gentle roar, your soft […]

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Is this keeping you stuck?

Right now my husband is listening to Brené Brown’s Power of Vulnerability. We’re huge Brené fans over here. The book sparked a conversation around childhood trauma and the power of owning your story. I’ve found this as an opportunity for me to go deeper into where I’ve come from versus focusing on where I’m going. […]

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