Today’s episode of the Positive Pause is with Josselyne Herman-Saccio. For more than 30 years, Josselyne has been leading transformative programs and coaching people who experience themselves stuck or “messablewith” in certain areas. She has worked with and impacted over 200,000 people directly in the areas of business and career, relationships and family, communication and self-expression, fulfilling vision, resolving conflict, and overall “well” being. In addition, since 2008, as the founder of the nonprofit organization, United Global Shift, she has worked with leaders from more than 20 countries.
Josselyne penned the concept “Unmessablewith” which means being able to create at any moment instead of just reacting. It means that no matter what you’re dealing with, no matter the person or the circumstance, you’re able to create at any time.
Discovery is a very powerful place. That’s where breakthroughs happen. – Josselyne Herman-Saccio
In this episode, Josselyne shares the following practices she applies to be able to create the life she wants:
- Breaking down false mindsets
- Creating vs. managing your life
- Utilizing calendars as a tool to create
Every decade of my life has been more exciting than the previous one. – Claire Gill
She also shares stories throughout the years, how she constantly made decisions that led to her creating the life she wanted. And if there’s anything Josselyne can leave you with, it’s this message: get clear about what you want, then act on it.
Fun fact: In 1993, Josselyne’s pop group, Boy Krazy, fulfilled her lifelong dream when their debut single, “That’s What Love Can Do”, knocked Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” out of the #1 spot on the Billboard Top 40 Charts. This is when Boy Krazy joined the ranks of the Beatles and Elvis Presley as artists whose debut single went #1, truly a dream come true.
To hear all the wisdom and practical advice Josselyne shares, listen to the full episode.
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