In case you hadn’t heard, I’ve been doing things differently ‘round these parts lately.
I changed the name of my podcast to The Tiffany Han Show.
I’ve been working with a designer on a new website and new graphics.
And I’ve found a different focus for my work…
Because, yes, raising one’s hand and saying yes is important, but it’s no longer where I want to lead from.
Instead: I want to help you take your life from black and white to full, radiant Technicolor.
…did you just picture Dorothy stepping out of the house into Oz? That’s how I see it too.
This full, radiant Technicolor phrase woke me up one night at 3 am. Being someone who’s forever been unable to define exactly what I do, that wake-up call felt like a radical blessing.
The reaction I usually get starts with a visceral ooh I want that too…, followed by a curious …and what does that mean exactly?
Or maybe you’re even thinking, oh, that would be nice, but, Tiffany, you have no idea how busy I am.
Oh, hi. I promise that you can have this even with your busy life.
You can have this even with your goals.
Even with your ambition and your committees and your kids and the never-ending pile of laundry.
Yep. Even with the laundry.
In fact, a big promise I want to make is that you can have a life that feels like full, radiant Technicolor even as you carry out your very real, grown-up responsibilities.
But…stick with me here: an even more controversial-for-a-coach-to-say promise I want to make is that living in full, radiant Technicolor has nothing to do with whether or not you’re accomplishing your goals.
Say whaaaaaat?! I KNOW!!!
Don’t get me wrong: I care about those big goals of yours, but my priority is that your path to accomplishing them feels spacious, expansive, and like freedom.
So how do you start living that ^^ vibrant life?
You say YES to embracing the full Technicolor spectrum of being alive to create days that feel:
Bold and slow.
Deep and delightful.
Playful and powerful.
Deliberate and magical.
Quiet and impactful.
Faith-filled and fun.
Simple and meaningful.
Structured and free.
You live into the ands.
The in-between space is where ALL the magic happens.
I want to teach you how to live there.
Today. Before everything else on your to-do list is handled.
And let me be clear for a moment about what living in full, radiant Technicolor is not:
In fact, living in full, radiant Technicolor often means that you have way more questions than answers, and, after a while, you learn to loooooove all that inquiry.
So, in the subject line of this email, when I asked, Do you speak Technicolor?, here’s what I meant:
That full radiant Technicolor life sounds like…
Maybe you hate naps and are allergic to dogs, so your list looks different; that is wonderful and welcome!
I want us all to be able to show up for our own personal versions of radiant Technicolor.
Even when those to-dos are left undone. Even when, at the end of the day, all you want is cookie dough ice cream and Schitt’s Creek.
Even when you’ve grown so accustomed to striving first as Your Way that it’s hard to imagine showing up in a radically different way.
Even then. Even then.
Aaaand just in case you’re interested in redesigning your life to include that radiant Technicolor, make sure you know about my year-long program, Grown-Up Gap Year where you’ll put your striving on a shelf & radically infuse your life with delight, serendipity, and deep trust in yourself so you can design a life that feels as good on the inside as it looks on the outside
Grown-Up Gap Year is your chance to take a deliberate break from being fueled by your ambition, let go a little (or a lot!), and learn to reorient your life toward radical self-belief, delight, and pleasure.
Not by learning more and trying harder, but by practicing a new way of being.
For an entire year.
Grown-Up Gap Year is your chance to create an experience that feels enchanting within the realms of your also-completely-real grown-up responsibilities.
It’s your chance to learn how to radically trust yourself (beyond just what you’re capable of) and use that to infuse more space, play, and serendipity into your day. Your week. Your month. Your year. Your life.
Because while you’ll have a year-long creative experience within the Grown-Up Gap Year container, you’ll also learn to cultivate sustainable delight so that the fun doesn’t end when our year together is over.
Remember: I want to teach you how to build your own radiant Technicolor life. This is where we start.
Intrigued? Curious? Wanting to dive on that waitlist to get all the first dibs and details when they drop? Walk this way …
And in the meantime, may you have all the puppy kisses, dance parties, and outstanding books you need.
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