Ashley is the host and creator of the Mama Says Namaste.
Ashley takes families from surviving to thriving by helping them uncover how “the uniqueness in each of us strengthens all of us”. She guides parents through identifying their strengths – and also their triggers – to live with intention and not simply reaction to the chaos of an ever-growing family.
Ashley, her husband, three unschooling daughters and dog are RVing the States full-time. They focus on authenticity, awareness, and embracing love in the present moment.
Download Ashley’s free worksheet for understanding personality styles here: http://www.mamasaysnamaste.com/culture/
10+ take-aways from this episode:
1. Living in intention and not just reaction, living your life based on what your need are, not just reacting to the demands placed on you by outside standards.
2. What is the goal? What is the feeling behind the goal?
3. How can you add that feeling into your daily lives? How can you intentionally add that feeling to your lives? Set intentions for how you want your family to look.
4. Namaste: The peace, the calm, the kindness with my soul recognizes appreciates and adores the peace, the calm within your soul.”
5. Corporate culture translates to family culture.
6. John Maxwell: If you don’t believe you can invest in yourself, you have a scarcity problem, not a resource problem.
7. Personality styles is like a portrait highlighting your strengths and the way you compliment one another.
8. Mind, body, and soul approach rather than a “band-aid” solution.
9. Personality profiling helps you see members of your family as individuals with dynamic character and needs, communicating and connecting effectively to develop your relationships.
10. Creating a family vision with small children with pictures and simple words or phrases.
11. Shift your perspective of what your children have the potential to become, being humble, teachable.
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