Episode 14: The Cheerful Mind, Apryl Zarate Schlueter

Episode 14: The Cheerful Mind, Apryl Zarate Schlueter

 
 
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Episode 14 features Apryl Zarate Schlueter, who is the Chief Energy! Officer of The Cheerful Mind, Inc. – a personal empowerment and lifestyle brand that is committed to cultivating REAL confidence and success through productivity, passion, and play. Her superpower is creating customized solutions to help people and organizations FOCUS on WHAT TRULY MATTERS.

Apryl Zararate Schlueter, The Cheerful Mind inc, guests on episode 14 of The Changed Podcast

Apryl is the founder of Cheerful Mind Media, as well as The Accountability Success Circle, a community in which she teaches tools and techniques for “having more fun while getting stuff done” and living a life driven by personal values. Apryl is also a motivational speaker, professional emcee, holds certifications as a professional coach and body language trainer, and is the Author of Finding Success in Balance: My Journey to The Cheerful Mind. 

Takeaways from this episode

1) Know what you value in life, and then live your life by those values!

2) It’s okay not to know what you’re doing! (special shoutout to artist and maker Halyn Erickson)

Courtesy of Halyn Erickson and Jon Bolden photography
…and so can you!

3) The body and mind are deeply connected. We’ve all heard ‘mind over matter’ but sometimes when we’re not listening to our bodies needs, it becomes matter over mind!

Helpful Links:

As usual, you if watching these episodes is your preference to listening… you can go to YouTube, and watch this conversation.

Check out The Accountability Success Circle: https://www.accountabilitysuccesscircle.com/

Pick up a copy of Apryl’s Book! https://findingsuccessinbalance.com/

Last week on this show we spoke with one of the world’s prominent immunologists about COVID and about embracing change as a scientist. CLICK HERE to check it out!

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