Soultiply

With Brittany Ritcher

Life Coach - Public Speaker - Blogger

Welcome to Soultiply!

Soultiply is a self-development site for people with BIG IDEAS. Not just those boring ole' day to day thoughts - but a place where dreams are TAKEN SERIOUSLY. A place to enrich your life and expand your soul. That's Soultiply - plain and simple. It's a community to help you translate that BIG IDEA swimming around your imagination into a tangible, beautiful reality. Because once you start tapping into the limitless potential you have inside, you will want to multiply those good vibes in every aspect of your life!

  • Authentic

    No preachy fluff talk here. Just honest, down-to-earth life stories from my journey to live a more joyous life.

  • Action

    You may talk the talk, but can you walk the walk? You will find tons of action-packed tools that are applicable to your everyday life.

  • Sharing

    Soultiply will inspire you in ways you might never have anticipated...and we want to hear about it!

  • Fun

    If you aren't having fun - get outta town! You must find pleasure in the present, while working towards a bright future. Having a bit of fun will get you there.

Most Recent Posts

from the Soultiply Blog

  • Trick Your Brain Into Easier, More Enjoyable Workouts with these 4 Mindful Exercising Tips

    Trick your Brain into Easier, More Enjoyable Workouts with these 4 Mindful Exercising Tips... | Soultiply with Brittany RitcherI consider myself a lot of pretty impressive things – but an athlete is not one of them.

    The only physical game I’ve ever won was dodge ball back in 5th grade. And to be honest, it’s mainly because the boys took each other out one by one, leaving me to win by default. I was a cheerleader in high school, but it was for the basketball cheerleading squad, which (I’m not gonna lie) was kinda known for being the less talented of the school cheerleaders. It was basically just glorified dancing, no tumbling knowledge required.

    All this being said – I honor my body’s need for exercise.

    And that’s what is great about exercise. You don’t have to have balance (I fall over just standing up sometimes, so good thing!), you don’t have to have speed, or any real skill to start. You can take it slow and build those qualities as you go – that’s the point.

    There’s only ONE thing you have to have before you can start a workout program. It’s not bulging muscles or a firm booty – in fact, it’s not even something that you can see!

    It’s the proper mindset.

    Without a mindset that is focused and determined to stick with a workout plan, the only progress you’ll see is your stomach progressing to a larger size!

    So how can we prepare our minds for a healthy exercise program? And most of all, how can we use our minds while we exercise to make the most of our workouts?

    I have 4 mindful exercise tips that I am going to share with you today that will transform the way you view your workouts. These are workouts FOR THE SOUL.

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    Brittany RitcherTrick Your Brain Into Easier, More Enjoyable Workouts with these 4 Mindful Exercising Tips
  • The Science to Designing a Supported & Purposeful Life

    The Science to Designing a Supported & Purposeful Life | Soultiply with Brittany RitcherI’ve been watching a lot of Dexter lately. It’s a Showtime TV series that centers on a blood splatter analyst who leads a secret life as a serial killer.

    I will admit, this show stresses me out.

    It’s not that I’m afraid for Dexter (I mean, his name is the title of the show – I doubt they are going to kill him off any time soon…well, wait that was purely a guess… I’m only on the 4th season… oh no… don’t give it away! Dexter be careful!)

    I’m stressed because Dexter is AWFUL at organizing his life. I don’t worry about his crimes… I get stressed when he leaves his child with the nanny for too long. I get stressed when he doesn’t show up to work on time because he was off riding in his boat. Mainly, I get stressed because Dexter has tried to divide his life into perfect little pieces (no pun intended…harharhar), and he finds his life constantly crashing down around him.

    Dexter, buddy, can’t you see the full picture!?

    Which makes me think, don’t we all try to do the same? We compartmentalize our lives on a daily basis. We have our family, our friends, our romantic partners, our career, our personal development, our homes and our health. We have these segments in our lives that we must juggle, and sometimes it’s easier to divide them into separate entities. Sometimes it seems easier to handle them that way.

    But just like Dexter, therein lies a fatal flaw. Here’s why segmenting your life could cost you your happiness and sanity.

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    Brittany RitcherThe Science to Designing a Supported & Purposeful Life
  • Pathway to Gratitude: How to Create Thankful Habits (SlideShare)

    Pathway to Gratitude: How to Create Thankful Habits | Soultiply with Brittany RitcherThe south side of 37th Street, between 5th and 6th Ave is my favorite street in all of New York City.

    If you live in NYC, or you’ve visited – there is a very good chance you’ve never been on this street.

    It’s dirty and filled with Midtown hotels and cheap wholesale clothing stores that sell nothing but fur or beads.

    But a walk along this street has the magic to transform my day.

    Without having to think about it, I’ve created a gratitude habit SO STRONG that it jars me out of worrisome thoughts without the use of my conscious attention. This habit has put my ego in its place. And it’s a habit that we all have inside of us.

    And in this kick-butt SlideShare, I’m going to show you exactly how you can harness the power of your own daily routine to create a habit for unprecedented abundance in your life.

    Buckle up and join me on the Pathway to Gratitude!

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    Brittany RitcherPathway to Gratitude: How to Create Thankful Habits (SlideShare)

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