Have you ever been to a live event, church service or party where you had such a great time, and did not want the “high” to end? Yet, the next day you felt a little let down. I know exactly how you have felt.

Over the years I have been a part of some truly amazing experiences. It took me some time to put into practice a few things that help me maintain that “high” and recapture that euphoric feeling you get when you are part of an incredible event.

In this week’s Inspired Living video, I share with you a few tips on how to keep that inspiration and maintain that “high” after attending an event.

1. Go to the live event with an intention in mind-What do you want to get out of the event? When you are clear with what you want to get, then you are most likely going to “get it” and it will stay with you.

2. Get the soundtrack-Music memory is one of my favorite things. If you go to a live event, a conference, a wedding, etc., get that song that is going to re-create that memory for you that you can plug in at any time.

3. Try to re-live that experience by getting a copy of it-When you are able to re-live an experience and go back and watch it again, it is easy to remember what it was like to be in that room surrounded by the incredible people and the energy that was there.

For your next event, I suggest you really get clear with the one thing you want to intake and adapt into your every day life. Don’t try to take it all in. Take that one thing, meditate on it, write it down, or put it on your vision board for you to see everyday. Make it part of your heart center as you continue throughout the year.

I want to hear from you. Do you have any suggestions on how to stay inspired long after an event has come and gone? Respond in the comment section below.

As always, thank you for watching and being a part of the Inspired Living Community.

Shine ON!



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