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The Aisling And Richie podcast

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Year in Review 2018

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo Credit: Pawel Nowak MUA Le’Masque Studio

Photo Credit: Pawel Nowak MUA Le’Masque Studio

What a year it has been. In today’s episode of the Aisling and Richie Podcast we discuss our Year in Review practice that we started last year. It’s so helpful to digest the year, see the insights, lessons and patterns you have experienced so you can kick off 2019 with clarity, intention and focus on bringing your vision to life in a way that feels good to you.

We share our biggest lesson, most significant celebration and Number One limiting story we are leaving behind in 2018.

I’d love to invite you to join me in this practice and ask yourself the following questions. Write down your answers in a beautiful notepad you can return to next year.

1) What was the biggest lesson in 2018?

2) What was the most significant celebration in 2018?

3) What is the Number One limiting story you are going to leave behind in 2018?

This week is the run up to the Winter Solstice on Friday 21st December. This is a special time to turn inward and to discover your gems of insights so you can feel nourished and replenished. I recommend creating a ritual to honour this time. You’ll feel so much better and ready to celebrate the return of the light when you face your own depth and darkness.

Let me know how you get on with your Year In Review practice in the comments below.

Happy Winter Solstice and Holidays,



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Cultivating a Growth Mindset

Aisling FitzGibbon

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak 

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak 

Podcast intro music from Richie Ros's song Strange Mentality. 

On today's episode we discuss how we cultivate a growth mindset. The top 3 principles include:

1) Accepting where you are with clarity and gratitude. This is a tricky one for high achievers as we always want to be further ahead than where we are now. We must understand that in order to get to the place where you want to get to, you have to accept where you are now. You must master the level you are on before you can reach the next level. Life is similiar to a computer game like Super Mario (remember him and his cool gold coins?).

In order to reach the next level in your life you have to learn and master your lessons through practice and failure. "Master the moment" is a daily mantra that really helps to embed this understanding. 

2) Exercise, as a healthy body is a healthy mind. Richie and Aisling share their current exercise practice. We both agree that movement is essential for cultivating our growth mindset. Stagnant energy in your body can lead to very low vibe thinking and decision making. It's either the upward cycle of positive energy and empowerment or the downward spiral into low energy and disempowerment 

3) A daily practice that promotes a growth mindset is a morning routine and scheduling your top 3 priorities in your calendar. A 20 minute meditation in the morning to start the day and either night before or the morning schedule your top 3 priorities for the day. Focus your time, energy and commitment on getting your top 3 priorities done instead of trying to cram in everything and respond to all the urgent tasks that are never ending. You must access what is important so you can focus on the things that will move your life forward as opposed to spinning in all directions and not really getting the results that you want. 

Richie and I have committed to 30 days of daily meditation and scheduling top 3 priorities daily. We will report back next week on how this is going and what we learn from this challenge. 

We'd love to hear from you, what is your biggest insight from this week's episode? Share in the comments below.