I’m damned if I do & I’m damned if I don’t. So what should I do?

I’m damned if I do & I’m damned if I don’t. So what should I do?

Have you ever been in that awful spot where you feel as though you’re damned if you do and you’re damned if you don’t? So what do you do?

I’ve been there many times so I know how scary and helpless it can make you feel.

The truth is, we’ve all been consumed with disempowered, repetitive thoughts—misdirected fear—the stuff that distracts and numbs us from the real stuff. The stuff that causes us to doubt ourselves, our decisions, and even, our dreams!

But today that can all change!

In fact, I want to give you the tools to Discover Your Emotional Age, Ignite Your Hidden Strengths, and Re-Route Misdirected Fear to Live Your Fullest!

I want to invite you to change the way you’ve been showing up in the world so that you have an inner sense of knowing. Confidence. Certainty. Clarity. Courage. Compassion.

My Simply…Woman Retreat in Sedona is happening in just over two weeks on May 15th and 16th and it is designed to lead you through some powerful interventions that will empower you to think for yourself and to design a life that lights you up!

Come spend two days with me—and a beautiful, small group of like-minded women, who are also ready to let their light shine! Who are ready to EXPAND into the greatness of who they really are!

The Early Bird special expires this weekend! Click here for more details!

Love,

Crystal Andrus Morissette
Founder and CEO of The S.W.A.T. Institute

P.S. If traveling to Sedona is impossible for you, join my 12-Week TeleCourse that starts May 20th. It will give you The Emotional Edge! You can save $150 if you register before this weekend! Click here!

P.S.S. Think for yourself!

Crystal is the founder and CEO of The S.W.A.T. Institute. Her personal story is the perfect backdrop to become a voice for the next era of the women’s movement. Crystal has overcome insurmountable odds to create a life of joy and purpose. From a tough beginning—her parents turbulent divorce at age 12, a stranger rape at 14, extended sexual abuse from a family friend, moving out at 15, battling the early stages of cervical cancer at only 17, suffering a traumatic head injury at age 20 that left her to deal with unannounced seizures, marrying young and gaining over 80 pounds in her pregnancies, then struggling through a difficult divorce and near bankruptcy before becoming a single mother to two beautiful girls (one who nearly lost her own life in 2010)—Crystal has dedicated her life to helping women transcend their victimhood, martyrdom, self-limiting beliefs, fears, and patterns.