In today’s episode, Carolyn Spector joins the show. Carolyn’s motto is “Be relentlessly positive and manifest your vision into reality”. She is the CEO of Spector Philanthropic Advisors and has spent her life dedicated to others. Carolyn returns to the Mentors and Moguls podcast with an update on her story of positivity and manifestation.
In 2021 Carolyn decided that she needed to take intentional steps to get her life back
Since the last time Carolyn was on the podcast, her whole life has changed and she hopes that sharing her story can continue to help others grow and find positive change. When COVID hit in 2020, the center where Carolyn worked was forced to close, she was already a single mom to her 15 year old daughter, and she was terrified of the unknown. In 2021 Carolyn decided that her first steps to taking back what COVID had stolen, was to focus on self-care.
Carolyn looked for signs that felt led by love because that had always led to the right decisions for her.
Carolyn established for herself a “hierarchy of needs” to figure out what steps she needed to take and make the right decisions. She had moved to a friend’s house on Cape Cod and then found a school for her daughter, she also found work that she could do without going back to New York, and she eventually found a house. In moments of questioning and doubting what should happen, Carolyn looked for signs that felt led by love because that had always led to the right decisions for her.
In her year of taking care of herself, Carolyn built herself a home gym, worked on developing healthy eating habits with a nutritionist, and started dating again. She feels younger and more full of energy now and has found happiness and energy that is infectious (according to her friends).
Manifesting doesn’t mean you don’t have to work, it means you are focusing on doing the work for what you want
It has only been in the last five years that Carolyn has been manifesting. She was sitting at home during the Jewish holidays, when you are supposed to set your intentions, and she decided that she was ready to work for what she wanted. Manifesting doesn’t mean you don’t have to work, it means you are focusing on doing the work for what you want.
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