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15 Inspirational Image Quotes on Living Your Life to the Fullest




  













Today, December 3 marks the day that I was born. I am feeling grateful for the start of my personal New Year! I felt inspired by these quotes as I consider how I can expand my capacity to live my life to the fullest. I do hope that they inspired you to consider the same.

The month of December is the time of the year in which I spend a lot of quiet time by myself for reflection on the year that is about to end and to tune in to my inner guide.

It's important to me that I align my aspirations and lifestyle with my soul's calling. The more that I am congruent with what is true for me, the easier it is for me to identify what is and what is not best for me when the calender rolls into a New Year.

In the first quarter of 2015, I will be moving the Grow Forward & Flourish community to the Rainmaker Platform. The blog will be a part of my new website: jackiecapersbrown.com. 

I'm excited about having the tools and platform to support the vision that I have for equipping more people with insights, strategies and tools that empower them to hold themselves in a higher light and become the best version of themselves.

I would love to receive your feedback about your personal development needs. Completing this 10-minute survey will help me in the development of the new site. Click here for survey. I would appreciate your help in this matter. I really want the new site to be a collaborative creation.

Thanks for reading and sharing posts with your network. Your efforts are helping to build our community of like-minded folks who earnest desire is to express the fullness of their uniqueness in ways that blesses their lives and the lives of others. I am humbled by your presence and continuous support.

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Author Bio: Jackie Capers Brown is the CEO of Positive Change Coaching Solutions. She is an author, motivational speaker and Mentor to Game Changers. Feeling stuck? Move forward empowered by the My DRIVE Advantage™ Strategy. Start to manifest new possibilities in your life. Wake up feeling good about yourself and life. Read Jackie’s latest book, Get Unstuck Now: Changing Your Story, Unleashes Your Power to Move On and Be Happy.  Follow Jackie on Twitter.




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