We have jumped, taken the leap, gone for it. We have committed to living in a tiny home back on our burned out land. This fills us with equal parts excitement, trepidation and joy. Most days the positive wins out and we keep moving forward. And most nights, I wake in the dark hours with [...]
Denver, CO – Now accepting submissions for Phoenix Rising: Twenty Stories of Remarkable Women Who Have Walked through Fire. Two authors have teamed up with a New York Publisher to share stories of women in Colorado who have lost their homes to fire. Co-authors, Kristen Moeller and Leslie Wharton both lost their homes in two [...]
PREFACE: BURNING DOWN MY HOUSE (excerpt from What Are You Waiting For? Learn How to Rise to the Occasion of Your Life) The time has come to turn your heart into a temple of fire. —Rumi Yesterday, I watched as the last of the metal scraps that once were my house were towed away. As the [...]
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“What Are YOU Waiting For?”
You come to the edge of a cliff. You look down and wonder. Once you might have jumped, but now you play it safe. Deep down you know the leader you really are. You feel called to make a profound difference in the world and to leave a legacy of lasting contribution. Yet, you linger on the edge…
With over 22 years in personal development and a genius for recognizing a holding pattern, Kristen gently leads the hesitant–those who don’t know, aren’t sure, or are just plain petrified–to the edge of their limiting, familiar world so they can leap into the expansive, illuminating unknown.
Through insightful interviews with luminaries and leaders in the field of leaping, host Kristen Moeller explores the fascinating world of those who “wait” and those who “jump” – that rocky but rich precipice of personal and spiritual development.
Whether you are at the edge and ecstatic…flying mid-air and freaked out… or waxing poetic as you plummet, Kristen wants you to know she has been there – and still finds herself there with some frequency. Yet as a bestselling author, a coach and a speaker, Kristen has learned that to live, she has to leap.
Welcome to What Are YOU Waiting For? The show that has you jump!
Connect with Kristen at www.kristenmoeller.com
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Kristen Moeller, is a highly respected coach and speaker who holds a Master’s degree in counseling and has over 22 years in the field of personal development. Her Best-Selling book, Waiting for Jack: Confession of a Self-Help Junkie – How to Stop Waiting and Start Living Your Life, explores our pervasive human tendency to wait instead of living our dreams. Jack Canfield of Chicken Soup for the Soul fame wrote the foreword to the book.
As the creator of Author Your Brilliance™ mentoring programs and as the Executive Publisher for Imbue Press, Kristen found her home in the world of books. Her non-profit, the Chick-a-go Foundation, provides “pay-it-forward” scholarships for transformational educational training programs reaching people who otherwise cannot afford such opportunities.
She resides in Colorado with her husband, two large dogs and an ornery cat, in an off-the-grid, solar powered Mountain home.
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