Self-Analysis and Intentions

Start 2017 right at Wanderlust Hollywood as we learn how to have the greatest year ever with New York Times best-selling author Lewis Howes.

Start 2017 right at Wanderlust Hollywood as we learn how to have the greatest year ever with New York Times best-selling author Lewis Howes. For tickets please click here
Overheard at Wanderlust Hollywood: “I spend all of my time analyzing how I’m doing every day. I don’t need any more resolute-ing in my head.” Yes, yogi: There is a truth to this. As students of mindful living, yogi practitioners tend to spend most of the year in a state of self-reflection. By the time the new year comes around again, the thought of setting more resolutions can take us down the spiral of the ever elusive search for self-enhancement. Self analysis is a powerful tool to optimal living, but alone without balance of activation can lead to paralysis. If we spend all of our time thinking of how we can do better, how this year is going to be different rather than taking steps towards it with support of community, we can fall prey to disappointment, guilt, and even overwhelm when the next new year comes around. Wanderlust Hollywood is hosting an event to help participants gain clarity on how they truly can have the best year yet. Lewis Howes—New York Times best-selling author, life and business coach, and optimal living enthusiast—will host the Greatest Year Ever conference on Saturday, January 7. Speakers of the conference will include award-winning author and therapist Katherine Woodward Thomas, life coach Tim Storey, renown poet In-Q, fitness coach Natalie Jill, and former NFL player Steve Weatherford. As Lewis acknowledges in his famed book, School of Greatness one of the keys to setting oneself up for success is to gain clarity on what we want and find a community on which to lean for support. On January 7, Howes is bringing together some of the most influential people in his circle to create a day of supercharging vision and upholding a sense of community. For the wanderer who is not lost, for the self-reflective soul that strives to continue to grow and expand, for the yogi seeks transformation as actively as they do asana, this day is not to be missed. — erin wardErin Ward is a freelance writer, yoga teacher, and navigator at Wanderlust Hollywood.