Your Ego Is The Hustler

Your Ego Is The Hustler

Stay safe, play small. That is what the ego wants us to do. When we learn to acknowledge and accept that little voice not serving our highest self, instead of judging it, we can begin to shift our internal dialogue to align with our truth and quiet the ego, no longer allowing it to drive our thoughts and actions, instead coming from a place of authenticity and love.

 

Shanna Mota is a Holistic Nutritionist, Certified Yoga Teacher and an Empowerment Coach and the founder of Live Love Detox. She has worked in the holistic health space for over 7 years and believes wholeheartedly in the power we have as humans to create an extraordinary life.

Shanna’s mission on this planet is to empower others to fall in love with themselves and their lives, and this all begins on the inside. She runs yearly wellness retreats where she incorporates yoga, meditation, healing foods and deep human connection. She also supports other brands in sharing their message with the world as a Content Creator and Event Coordinator - all in the health, wellness & mindset space.

She is currently working on her first book.

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