Joyous Expansion Podcast Transcript – Kaycee Mullaney – Living A Fit, Rich, And Beautiful Life By Living Your Soul’s Path

Brett Dupree:

Hello Kaycee and welcome to my podcast.

Kaycee Mullaney:

Hi Brett. I’m so excited to be here. You have no idea. This is fun. This is my, my form of fun.

Brett Dupree:

Awesome. I am grateful that you are spending your time with me today. So why don’t you give our guests an introduction to who you are?

Kaycee Mullaney:

Oh, wow. I’m a dietician and a spiritual life coach. Neither one was like kind of my intention to become, but that’s what I do professionally. And I blend them together and I technically have two separate businesses with them as well. Honestly, I’m just a girl from Kentucky that moved to Florida and follows her inner guidance and just keeps speaking things out to help people with stress, anxiety, fears, just moving to where they want to move in life. That’s just me, like in a nutshell with everybody, whether I’m just meeting you, I’m on a podcast or we’re friends having lunch. That’s just me all the time.

Brett Dupree:

Let’s talk about that girl from Kentucky, you help people with fear and anxiety. Was there a time where you lived in fear and anxiety?

Kaycee Mullaney:

Gosh, yeah. I, as far as my memory goes back, I had pretty significant anxiety starting with like a baby and I didn’t know what it was. It’s not like I want to say because of where I grew up. Cause Kentucky, if you’ve never been to Kentucky, I know there’s like definitely some stereotypes and things. Those are not accurate. It’s just thought the timeframe it was before we were really into talking about mental health, where it was acknowledged as a legit problem and things that a lot of people deal with. I know just my family had some background stuff with like-kind of adverse to talking about it. And which is interesting. Cause my grandmother dealt with anxiety. My dad dealt with anxiety, but we were just worriers. Everyone kind of just labeled us as worriers. And then if we could just get it, put ourselves out there more and things like that, it’d be fine.

Kaycee Mullaney:

Do you know? And, and so it wasn’t until I was in my early twenties when I was in the beginning of my clinical career, that I was joking with somebody that I was one of those people, that those anxiety meds were four, and then it hit me. Oh my gosh. Yes, I am. I’ve dealt with anxiety for as long as I can remember. I’m at this point now where I’ve worked with it so much that I can shift myself. Like I can literally go from what I consider a very low, energetic state to a totally normal one within a span of an hour, if not less. And it’s just like because I’ve worked with it for so long and worked with myself for so long and worked with understanding energy and you have the mind and, and everything to just help me. It all started from me just wanting to feel better back in 2011, I was in that first job.

Kaycee Mullaney:

The one that I was joking with, somebody about my anxiety, I was in this job that just was going way downhill. And it was a catalyst to get me to move forward along my life path. But at the time it didn’t feel like a catalyst. It felt like my entire life was just drowning. I couldn’t breathe. I couldn’t eat, I couldn’t sleep. Food would not stay in my body. I was having to use five pillows just to read at night sleep at night, I was doing any little thing that I could just to try to calm my mind enough, to get a little bit of sleep. I was in a really bad, very high, severe high anxiety, depressed state. And I also didn’t feel like I could get help for it. Like it just wasn’t even in my register, because again, we’re all taught things growing up and you’re taught your bubble, your whole perceptions, your realities.

Kaycee Mullaney:

So I was in this bubble of, I can handle this cause I’d always been able to handle everything that had been thrown my way and I didn’t even know to ask for help. And I’m also a very private person, which people don’t expect out of me now, seeing all my work out there that took a lot of practice for me to open up and be able to share things with people just to help heal other people. But I was a very private person. So, so nobody really knew this was going on. That I was in debilitating anxiety and I was like, something has to shift. I tried one medication that wasn’t working. And then about a year later I tried another one that actually had the reverse effect on me. And I’m like, you’ve got to figure something out because this is not living thinking that you need surgery for a hiatal hernia because you’re having all the same symptoms.

Kaycee Mullaney:

And just finding out that it’s stress, you know, is not living. And so essentially what happened was I just started paying more attention. I’d always had a deep spiritual connection since I was very, very small. I grew up in a, more of a Christian based society, but that’s not really what I consider myself. Now. I’m much more spiritual. I always knew from a very, very small age that God was just this loving presence. God was there to help us to support us to be this loving presence. And so I just involved God. And again, I don’t expect other people to use the word God like I know God can be very triggering. So source energy, big kahuna, whatever is best for you, the universe. But I knew that this loving presence was always there. This loving presence was always around me. And so I allowed this loving presence into everything I did and I also allowed for any communication.

Kaycee Mullaney:

And however, that came. And so I started leaning into that when I was in this horrific bout of anxiety and fear and depression, I just leaned into that more I leaned into, okay, God, what can I do from here? This is where I’m at. This is not working and not knowing it, but these were my means and limitations of what I believed. I got to spend money on what I got, what I got to receive, the kind of help I got to get. You know, these are the limitations. I clearly need some help. Then I just started leaning into from there. And what happened was I felt called to start one business. I’m also a certified personal stylist, which I just when I started listing all my credentials, it just starts feeling like a bit of a mouth. I started personal styling and I felt very overwhelmed by that.

Kaycee Mullaney:

And then that led me to falling in love with more holistic nutrition, which then led me to all this personal development. It just, it all kind of stumbled along my way. And again, I believe that our paths are there to guide us when you feel called to something that doesn’t make sense to you. It’s not because it doesn’t have to make sense. It’s just, it’s just getting you to where your next step is. You need to go. I know a lot of times people view these things as mistakes. They’re not mistakes, they’re pieces along your path that are meant to connect you and helped you and get you your next step. And so that’s kind of what happened with me. I didn’t set out on my path to go. I’m going to become, you know, a dietician and a life coach. The dietician thing kind of stumbled.

Kaycee Mullaney:

Because my mom was really directing my major in college, which was not normal. It was not a normal relationship for us. I was just, I guess, some guidance from her or something. And then I became this dietician middle of the fun recession. That was just back in 2008, 2009. And so then I had a career when nobody else had a career and then ended up kind of following all these other stepping stones, which eventually led me to spiritual life coaching. And it was mostly because I wanted to help other people. I was doing all this work on myself and especially being in the medical field, I saw so many people just burning themselves out. It’s not always the best field. It can be a very abusive field. I’m not saying it always is, but it’s definitely a field where normal standards and rules of society are just not normally there people behave in ways that I never imagined. It’s very interesting. And I watched a lot of people just kind of be mentally beaten, but it also just not seeing that there was more to their life and their potential than just making it through. And it just hurt my soul. It hurt my heart and I, couldn’t help. That’s kind of how I ended up in spiritual life coaching.

Brett Dupree:

Cool. So what was it like when you first started with your first clients in spiritual life coaching?

Kaycee Mullaney:

So I started with weight loss. Coaching is really where it was because I was still a dietician and I wanted to help women. As I said, there are so many fun details and I know we only have like a tiny amount of time, but I was recognizing that how I kind of slid more into only really worked with people more with the spiritual pieces and the life pieces was I noticed that there was so much more like weight loss was never just about weight loss ever. And it’s just not, it’s never about the actual loss of the weight. There’s way more involved into it. Most people are holding on to things that need to heal most people if it was easy to lose weight. And I know sometimes people will try to throw in, well, but I have this or that, or I’m this age.

Kaycee Mullaney:

And I’m like, yeah, but I’ve watched all of that. Be able to heal and move and change. There’s a readiness to change. There’s where your mind is, what you believe you can receive all of these things. Most things that a lot of people are not introduced to. And so very initially I was working with these weight loss hotlines and styling them after and kind of really digging in deep. And then that kind of evolved into where I was starting sessions with like, okay, where are you today? And what do you need today? And this is more, my one-on-one not like my group things and whatnot, but I was like, where are you today? And what do you need today? And how can we move forward from here? And so a lot of times people were bringing me their stress. They were bringing me their stress.

Kaycee Mullaney:

They were bringing me their fears. They’re bringing me what they don’t believe they can have or their frustrations. If I don’t understand why this thing in my life, isn’t working, really, what I ended up offering was just a perspective they’d never heard of or perspective. They’ve never seen in many cases. There’s not a lot of people that I would work with just for a couple of sessions because that’s all they really needed at the time to shift. And then when they need help again, they come back and we do more individual sessions. It’s more about seeing, okay, where are you at? What are you battling? Let’s shift these perspectives. Let’s dig deeper and see what you need to heal. And you need to process through and healing can sound so challenging and it can be at times. It also doesn’t have to be. Sometimes it really just takes a shift or an eyeopening.

Kaycee Mullaney:

I talk a lot about how our perspective, a lot of times we have our perspective where we have these horse blind. Again, I’m from Kentucky with horse racing. I grew up around thoroughbred farms and you put blinders on the horses. So the horses aren’t spooked, particularly when they’re racing and it’s to keep them in their focus. It keeps them just in their lane where they are. And most people actually, all people have blinders on to some respect you’re in your lane and where you are. And until those blinders are popped off, you can’t always see that there’s a lot more solutions or there’s way more ways to see this situation. Or even maybe there’s a whole their perspective that helps you recognize that this is not a big deal. I remind people all the time that, yeah, there’s parts of life that are not easy, that are, can be very hurtful or very challenging, but it’s all a game.

Kaycee Mullaney:

This entire life is just a soul journey. The entire purpose of it is for soul growth. And when you recognize that it’s just for soul growth, you can release and shift things so much faster. You can release people. You can really split relationships. You can allow yourself to receive more. It’s all more of just playing. It’s playing with you, playing with energy, and playing with your growth and it just helps you heal. It just helps you move forward. It helps you recognize your purpose and just live a more free life, which I think is really empowering.

Brett Dupree:

They talk a lot about soul and spirit. Were you raised to think that way or did you discover it along your path?

Kaycee Mullaney:

So I came from, so I have an interesting spiritual background for being from a very Christian based society. So my parents were both actually different religions, which feels ridiculous, but it felt ridiculous when I was like three I’m like, I don’t understand the problem. You guys basically believe the same thing, but like, I wouldn’t have so much judgment on both sides. My dad was a Baptist. My mom was Catholic. I witnessed judgment on both sides, but luckily I was raised in a very liberal Catholic church. It was actually named one of the most liberal Catholic churches in America until reform came in and it was full of mixed, lots of mixed religion families. Like we didn’t have kneelers, I didn’t even know what a kneeler was until I was eight or nine or so. And that was being raised in the Catholic church, but I had this very liberal Catholic church.

Kaycee Mullaney:

And then on top of that, my grandmother was involved in energy healing. Actually, she didn’t do it like as a professional. She actually was a Reiki master and was very much into spiritual things. And so I just had a different exposure and I also started learning about inner child work from her when I was six, five or six, and then perception and things like that. So I just had a very different perspective. So parts of it were my environment growing up, but a lot of it was just intuitively felt. And then moving forward, I always believe we have a soul where, you know, we’re a body basically for our soul. Our soul actually kind of expands beyond our bodies. And it just allows our soul, this experience for accelerated growth, which was that piece was not something my family was like, this is an experience for your soul. That was more me intuitively receiving. As I got older, I did have a very, to say that I came from a traditional background that would not be right at all. So some of it was from early childhood.

Brett Dupree:

I’m curious on how anxiety showed up in your life. For instance, in my life, I had a lot of social anxiety and kind of like everyone was looking at me all the time, judging everything I did. And no matter what I did, I was wrong. What did the anxiety look like?

Kaycee Mullaney:

But like I said, mine started as a baby. I had severe separation anxiety, severe, severe separation anxiety so much. So my poor mom, when she found it out, like when she was pregnant with my brother who was a very chill human being, she wanted like 20 kids and she cried. She was like, I can’t do this right now. I did have two of them like this. So mine is with separation anxiety. I get overwhelmed very easily, even as a small kid. Like what if my, I had one friend who would come over and she may have had touches of add. I’m not sure if she, she likes had to get out every toy. Like her attention span was very short. She would leave. And me being the great Southern hostess that I was, it’d be like, no, we don’t have, you don’t have to help me clean up.

Kaycee Mullaney:

I’ll clean up. But then when I have too big of a task in front of me, which is something I’ve had to work on in my business as well, I have too big of a task in front of me. I get into paralyzing fear. I just get into total overwhelm, talk about flight or fight, but there’s also a freeze option. And I go into freeze mode when I have an anxiety spike. I also tend to go into freeze mode when people were screaming at me, but some of the fun things that I’ve experienced through health care, which again, I do believe we’re just part of my journey and path. I’m not saying that every single person that’s in healthcare ever experiences, stuff like this by any means, I believe things happen for growth it’s for lessons and growth. It’s things you did kind of choose to help you grow along your path.

Kaycee Mullaney:

If I’m being screamed at. I never needed that. Even as a small kid, if we sat down and had a conversation to me of like, don’t run in the middle of street, Mike, you might get hit and you could die and be like, okay, that makes sense. And it made sense. And I was totally happy going along with it. And I was also just a good kid. I was very, I saw this as a good thing to do. This is who you should be. And I was also very people-pleasing. So things like that would spike my anxiety as well. If I felt, I wouldn’t say I totally had social anxiety, new situations, leaving the house in new situations, definitely spiked anxiety. And occasionally still will actually in a way that almost amuses me because it really we’re going to go there again. Mine was more not meeting expectations.

Kaycee Mullaney:

I didn’t like confrontation. I didn’t like harsh confrontation. I always heard the guests, the next moved to prevent some harsh confrontation. And so if I was unable to do that, that would cause me anxiety, trying to be whatever people needed to me to be, to not lash out or something. Um, I didn’t have an abusive childhood. I don’t want anyone to think that to try and prevent anyone from lashing out at me. I would do anything I could to mold myself to whatever I needed to be, to prevent that pain, which also caused a lot of stress, as you can imagine. That’s, I mean, that’s a lot, especially like I started doing that when I was about three or four. So, you know, it depends on all that crusher. It just adds to the pressure you’re putting on yourself. Mostly my anxiety would come from overwhelming from people-pleasing. And then, like I said, when I was young, definitely a separation,

Brett Dupree:

What was it like getting over it or pushing through it? I guess

Kaycee Mullaney:

When things my mom did well when I was little with it, she recognized, I mean, again, we weren’t calling it anxiety, but she recognized this tendency that my grandmother had it. My dad had, and she saw it in me and she knew I needed to just do stuff. She’s like she was forcing me out of the house to do things. I didn’t go to preschool. It wasn’t normal in my age bracket for preschool, it was hit or miss. Some people did. Some people didn’t, you know, most of us started at kindergarten. I didn’t start with preschool. My brother did. She put me in ballet and Dale was tap jazz and ballet. I had this clot and I love to dance.

Kaycee Mullaney:

I would be crying my eyes out, freaked out, hiding under the covers, trying not to go, but I would love it so much. And she knew that I would love being there and I love the outcome. And so she started having us do things and especially as, as younger kids, because my brother and I were both pretty timid, but especially me. She would make me do things like not force me, force me in some kind of bad way, but like put me in new situations or make me place the order for our random monthly Friday night pizza. You know, she would have me do things that she knew would be out of my comfort zone from a very young age. So I started doing that for myself because my grandma Brown, my maiden name is Brown. My grandma Brown was kind of at a place where she didn’t even like to leave the house with her anxiety.

Kaycee Mullaney:

My dad even still stressed over a lot of things, you know, I mean, and it’s just us. It’s, it’s the anticipatory anxiety with a lot of things. And in, so she didn’t want that. Sorry. It makes me a little emotional. She didn’t want that for me. I started using that. I started recognizing that I was very capable. I had two different school transitions growing up. So I started working on it very, very young, not really knowing what I was doing. I knew that I could basically live in this bubble of fear or I could have friends and like, and try to work on myself and be more outgoing. Like again, it was a very quiet private person. I think a big catalyst for me, what I had a very rough middle school experience at this very tiny Catholic school, which me a bit more. I spoke up for myself more there because nobody else was going to do it.

Kaycee Mullaney:

And then we, my high school experience, I actually went to a high school that merged two middle schools into that high school. So I knew nobody was going to know me. They weren’t going to know that I didn’t already have a group of friends. So I actually taught myself how to be more confident, more outgoing. I would force myself to have conversations that I wasn’t totally comfortable having because if you don’t, you’re going to have to sit by yourself at lunch. You need to be more open. You need to be more, more somebody that’s. You need to be more receptive and confident in who you are, because you do get to be a person that has friends, but you have to release this anxiety and allow yourself to do that. It’s very interesting to me to look back at the age bracket that I did a lot of these things and did them on my own.

Kaycee Mullaney:

I believe you have past soul experiences and things that help prepare you for this lifetime as well. And I do believe that some of this must-have come from that because there are things that I shouldn’t have known to do, but again, I do try to rely on my faith and rely on my intuition. And it is amazing to me what I was able to do on my own. And then when I was older, working through anxiety situations, a lot of it was just going, okay, how can I feel better? Now I get to shift and choose and to feeling better, how can I shift into choosing and feeling better now? What would make me feel good now? And just like I tell my clients, it’s not always going to be one thing. The thing that worked this time is not going to be the thing that works next time, but you get to feel good in the now and you can always figure out a way to get there.

Kaycee Mullaney:

So I played with that a lot, even when I was younger when I wasn’t totally recognizing what I was doing. Okay, this doesn’t feel good. And you’ve got to go do this presentation in five minutes. How are you going to do this? And it’s actually an up becoming like an, a great personal or personal great public speaker. When I was young, I do videos and things Now. I remember in college, most people would have me. I wouldn’t have to do any of the work just as long as I presented it because I could get myself into a good place to do that presentation. When it used to cause me mass anxiety, it was all just shifting and playing. Does that all make sense? Sometimes I just start going and I’m like, I have to check in because I think I’d say makes sense.

Brett Dupree:

So how do you help empower women to understand it and embrace their soul paths? What does it look like working with you?

Kaycee Mullaney:

What does it look like? So again, I kind of work with people where they’re at some people come to me and they’ve already been doing work on themselves forever. And they just need help more with confidence, with feeling more love for themselves. Other people were really starting one of my favorite long-standing. She does like occasional sessions with me. And she’s one of my members we’re constantly working on different perspectives with anxiety with her. You know, it just depends on where you’re at and what you need. What happens is during our session. If we do like one-on-one sessions, we kind of start chatting. And I just try to shift your perspective. I sit here and go, okay. I don’t think she’ll mind me using this as an example. So like a session I had the other night, she was stressed about four weeks from now, her son having to potentially back in school or making the decision if he’s going to be in person in school or not.

Kaycee Mullaney:

And I did remind I’m like, okay, well, one you right now are being quarantined, just cause you, you just came back from this trip. You’re being quarantined. Your mind is going crazy. You have these five other stressors that you just mentioned. And all your mind is trying to do is to latch on to a new stressor. You came home, you’re relaxed, everything, everything got back. Okay, you’re good right now. And all of a sudden your mind’s like, I don’t have anything to stress about. So let me latch onto this stressor. And then we’re going to worry about it for the next four weeks. And it doesn’t take much. I cover a lot that I could literally do probably 15 to 20-minute sessions with people and they leave totally relieved. We cover, if I do in my normal hour, hour and 15 minutes, we cover so much.

Kaycee Mullaney:

And it’s part of why people are able to do one-off sessions here and there with me as well, especially if they’re in my membership, but we cover so much. We ended up going like, okay, so this is just your mind. Your mind is a computer. Your mind is latching onto this. It doesn’t feel safe to get out of fear right now. So how can we allow ourselves to release the fear? How can we allow ourselves to move forward? This is not that big of a deal. You’re making it a big deal. It’s in four weeks. If you can remember that, like four weeks ago, we didn’t know what these last four weeks were going to look like. You can try to prepare yourself. It’s always a reminder of you can try to prepare, but your best efforts are not always going to measure up.

Kaycee Mullaney:

They’re just not. And when you can recognize that God’s got it, the universe has it. You’re allowed to be supported because this is not an easy thing. You have a soul team behind you. You really do have support for this because this is not easy. It’s not like we’re just lounging on the beach all the time down here, you know? So it was not easy. And when you can sit back and relax and allow your soul team to help you allow for help, which is, can be very challenging for women, allow yourself to release, allow yourself to recognize the difference between your mind and your soul. And this is really what we get into in sessions. We get into recognizing what’s your mind, what’s your soul? What feels good? And what do you need to feel better now? And sometimes they go into specific techniques.

Kaycee Mullaney:

But a lot of times what I tend to help people do is free their mind. I help them free their mind from whatever is going on. Now I help remind them of who they are and what they need and that all they have, all the answers within them at any moment, God’s there. Your spiritual team is always there. You have everything within you at any moment. All I’m really doing in these timeframes is just helping release that I’m helping people get out of their own way to release the answers they need to move forward. However, they need to move forward, whether that’s what their business. Cause I do have a couple of entrepreneurs that I work with. I’m not doing business coaching with them, but I have helped people make breakthroughs in their business just by doing this just by helping them shift and perspective shift and recognize what they need and allow answers to open up within them, to release the stressors, release the pain, release, whatever, and allow for themselves to open up to elevate their vibration and feel better. Because when you elevate your vibration, you receive easier, but you don’t have to be in an elevated vibration to receive. You can receive wherever you’re at, but I just help him release these things that are standing in their way and frustrating them or causing them pain and stress. And then they’re able to move forward in a much more peaceful existence. And then I have meditations and all that fun stuff too. Like sometimes if they need it, we’ll meditate at the beginning of a call or they have ones they can use from me.

Brett Dupree:

You have any fun success stories to share?

Kaycee Mullaney:

Fun success stories? I have a lot, one of the things I love. So my membership’s actually called the ultimate level of membership. And so one of the things that I love seeing is I love when I see people just grow in one of my favorite, all of my favorite success stories. I’m trying to think of which ones stand out the most. There are so many that I like love. And one thing I do love is people still grow. You’re never, you’re not going to stop growing. And until you’re dead, even then you’re still growing. You’re just going in a different form. You know, you’re here to grow. And so one of the things I love it when I watch people’s perspectives, one girl in particular, that when she was certain that she had to be in the struggle, we all have different backgrounds in different places of belief.

Kaycee Mullaney:

And she just she’s an amazing human being was so many amazing talents, but she didn’t believe she got to receive anything for her amazing talents. She thought that she basically had to stay in this #$#$ job with @$#$ hours. She was good with years ago, but she really can’t say no. And it was not paying adequately to live hardly and all these things and just the growth that I’ve seen from her and the light that I’ve watched come back and she, and she start releasing these lies and you start releasing this pain. When you start releasing the boundaries and the restrictions that you’ve put on yourself, you’re able to shift into better forms of existence you’re able to shift into. Oh, well it is to my benefit for me to do things I enjoy doing with my life. It’s to my benefit, to have a job that pays adequately or to have a career that pays adequately, you know, and then more than adequately and allow me to receive all these other abundant things into my life and allow me to be a human that can help other humans.

Kaycee Mullaney:

Because when we’re stuck in our struggle and our way in our struggle, we can’t be a light for anybody else. We can’t be that joy for anybody else. We can’t light up a room and the way that a room needs to be lit up, like so many people are living with the blinders on and so much stress and so much frustration. So caught up in their day to day pains. The more joy that can go out into the world, the more the world can heal. The more love, the more joy that can go out there, the more it can heal. And so my favorite is just like this one girl like I watch people all the time shift another favorite client of mine that I’ve had for years now, she’s on some individual sessions with me. She’s also been in my membership and just watching her shift and change and grow in what she believes she can have in life and shifts that I’ve witnessed in her business.

Kaycee Mullaney:

And, and just in her ability to give and receive and to understand some of these principles and live them a little deeper because our age brackets are very different and she was raised in time. This is what you do. You get a job, you do this blah, blah, blah. You need to put all these amazing abilities, have to the side and just watching her blossom and watching her recognize that what she gives to the world is so valuable that her work is so valuable and you’re not a surgeon or whatever, but that doesn’t make you less valuable. Your art gets to be very valuable. Again, it brings joy into other people’s lives and you get to value that as well. And you get to give yourself space to do that. And also watching her release. I do end up occasionally talking a bit about grief and just watching her or release her grief and over a loss of a child and you know, and seeing her growth through that as well.

Kaycee Mullaney:

She’s just amazing. I have so many things in my mind and I try not to give specifics. I keep things in containers. People will come to me. I share my life out with the world because I chose to do that. But I try not to give here all the details, what we went through, what we did just cause then it does kind of sometimes make it obvious of who the person is. Especially if you’re, I allow people to be open about what they want to be open about in the containers that I have for them to do that. And then those are sacred. Those are not necessarily, I try not to. I make it safe. I want it to be safe for you to grow. I don’t want you to be like, okay, I’m going to tell you this really in-depth personal story. And then you’re going to see it on social media. So I try to keep things a little more general when I’m using guidance and things that I’ve done with clients. So I’m not trying to not be specific. I just, I try to be courteous of, of what they’ve shared with me.

Brett Dupree:

Well, we are coming to the end of our time together. One thing I like to ask my guests is do one minute of motivation. You can imagine this as if you have a time machine and you’re going back to your eight-year-old self and you want it to convey everything. You need to live a happy joy-filled life, but unfortunately, you only have a minute until your plopped back into the future as if your entire life message into a minute. So are you ready?

Kaycee Mullaney:

I think I’m ready. I have two thoughts on this. I’m like, I think I’m ready. Let’s do it. Okay. So if I had one minute, honestly, I would say don’t take it all so seriously. Life is just a game. This is just a soul journey and you’re not meant to get it. All right. It’s okay to not be perfect. It’s okay to not get it. All right. Let yourself relax. Love for yourself. Have a fun focus on the moment you’re in focus on the moment and you’re one way more. Remind yourself. You get to choose how you feel. Then let yourself shift into that. You can always shift into more peace, calmer, more fun, whatever you want to be. You’re in full control of that. And you just get to release and let the rest go. Just let go and let God

Brett Dupree:

Awesome. Thank you so much for coming on my podcast. I very much let’s enjoy listening to your story on how anxieties have held you back and your perspective on anxiety and how you’re able to grow out of that and push through it and have this innate desire to help other people with their life and living their soul paths, which is awesome to help somebody be who they are and shine out in their authentic, vulnerable self. And also thank you for being vulnerable with yourself on my podcast. So thank you so much for everything you do for this planet. And thank you for being on my podcast.

Kaycee Mullaney:

Oh, absolutely. Thanks for having me. This is fun.

Brett Dupree:

May your day be special.

Kaycee Mullaney:

Awesome. Yours too. That’s a great way to end that. All right. Thanks, Brett.

Inspirational Life Coach Brett Dupree (266 Posts)

Internationally certified life coach through inviteCHANGE, Brett Dupree envisions a powerful future in which people live in pure joy. He believes that there is a great transformation just around the corner and he coaches people on how to use passion and inspiration to ride the powerful wave of awakening that is sweeping this world. Brett has dedicated his life to the study of personal empowerment. He believes that real lasting change comes from changing from the inside out. Working with you one-on-one, Brett helps you listen to your inner voice to reach your goals with passion, inspiration and ease . He creates a sacred space that allows you clients to bask in the joy of creation. He will help you find peace and balance in their lives so you can transform yourself into a self leader. Using the power of intentions, the Law of Attraction and his deep loving powerful heart he helps his clients gain miraculous results.


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