In this episode of Rock Your Goals the Podcast, Rachel MacDonald of In Spaces Between shares her wisdom around the concept that what we focus on expands and how to harness that power to create the life and business you really want.

Today I’m talking with one of my business heroes, the gorgeous and inspiring Rachel MacDonald of In Spaces Between.

Rach is a coach, mentor, writer and speaker, and she works with bloggers and online entrepreneurs who are looking to live, create and express with meaning.

Rachel is also the creator of the Bright Eyed and Blog Hearted course, which is the very first online course I did when I started my blogging journey and not only is the content wonderful but the community she’s built around the course is a testament to her kindness and generosity and it’s filled with amazing women doing amazing things!

In this episode Rachel shares her wisdom around the concept that what we focus on expands and how to harness that power to create the life and business we really want.

And if you’d like to harness the power of intention in your life and business, visit bit.ly/rockyourgoals and download your free template to create your very own personal vision statement.

 

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Rachel MacDonald shares how to look at life through the lens of abundance on Rock Your Goals the Podcast.
 

Resources + People Mentioned in this Episode

Tony Robbins.

My amazing Kinesiologist Kaylee from Flourish Kinesiology in Adelaide.

Rachel’s gorgeous Spirited eBook & Companion. Co-authored with the gorgeous Tara Bliss, it contains 12 soulful lessons on clarity, connection and coming home (to you).
 
 

Quotes from the Episode

Live life through the lens of abundance.

We always find more of what we’re looking for.

Where attention goes, energy flows.” ~James Redfield

 
Rachel MacDonald talks conscious creation on Rock Your Goals the podcast.
 


 

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P.S. If you enjoyed this episode, you might also enjoy this fabulous conversation I had with Elyse Santilli from Notes on Bliss.