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Peace and Possibilities

Jun 16, 2021

My guest on the Peace & Possibilities Podcast this week is more interested in building your health and wellness as opposed to putting a band aid on it. 


We all know that there are quick fixes to our problems.  When we take this approach, we may solve the problem, albeit temporarily.  But it doesn't have to be that way.


We can think about a different phase or season of our life as not just a new normal, but a better normal. Doesn't that sound more appealing? 


What if 2020 happened so that we could all have a BETTER normal?


Wouldn't it be nice to build your health instead of fix your health? Wouldn't it feel better to concentrate on all the good things happening as opposed to what's not working? Wouldn’t it feel better to ask for guidance on what to do and where to go, and what your pain/problem is trying to teach you? Then after asking about it, you can begin to solve it from a curiosity mind-set as opposed to a problem that is making your life difficult. 

Moyra Gorski wants us to consider that there's magic in our mess.  There's always a lesson.  We don't have to have it all figured out.  And luckily, she reminds us "as we grow, we find more gifts."

I couldn't agree more.


More about Moyra:


Moyra Gorski is a podcaster, wellness expert and business mentor. As a retired RN and wellness advocate, She supports women in mind, body and spirit help them find their voice, take care of themselves and know that their circumstances do not dictate who they are or can be.  

During 21 years  time, she built a wellness business that generates over $1.5 million per year, and among the products she represents, many are used by Olympic athletes, on Jacque Cousteau missions, the White House. 


Moyra continues sharing a message of hope and health today through her podcast “Juggling The Chaos of Recovery.” Both mother and daughter have fought an eating disorders and while daughter is still on her recovery journey, mom is standing on the other side with victory. Her message is that you can overcome any challenges life throws your way with a smile, and a little juggling!” 

When she’s not speaking, podcasting, writing, or coaching, she loves practicing yoga, volunteering at local animal shelters, baking and cooking and  ballroom dancing.  She resides in the Chicagoland area  with her husband , 2 dogs and 2 of her 4 children.


My Book:

Peace, Possibilities, and Perspective:
8 Secrets to Serenity and Satisfaction in Your Life and Career