Ever since you were a kid, you couldn’t wait to grow up.
School was a game that you learned how to play – and you played it well. You learned the rules, got good grades, and made your teachers, parents (and college admissions professionals!) proud.
Always waiting for the moment where you could make your own dreams come true out in the real world.
Well, you’ve come to realize that real life doesn’t play by the same rules.
Maybe you're not where you thought you would be by now.
You thought adult life would be easier, that you would finally have the freedom to live a life within your own control.
But after each boozy, heart-to-heart conversation over brunch with your closest friends, the wins begin to feel so small.
No matter how hard you try, you just can’t live up to the self-inflicted pressure.
Yet, you know you are meant for something more.
But right now, it feels like you’re falling behind in life and have very little to show for all your efforts.
Occassionally you experience a glimmer of success and
it's in those moments that you finally feel like you know who you are.
You get a high off that feeling and you never want it to go away.
It feels like you are on the cusp of something big.
So how can you hold onto those moments? How can you feel like you are activley working towards a life that you are proud of living?
To Soultiply is to capture that feeling once and for all; to live an authentic life free of the self-sabotage, fear and doubt that can plague the greatest goals and deepest dreams.
So you can become a person who creates and explores, develops and dreams, and builds a stable life that exceeds anything you could have ever planned!
Soultiply is a goal setting and achievement blog that helps driven women and men translate their dreams into actionable to-dos.
To Soultiply is to live an authentic life free of the mental obstacles and organizational traps that can plague the greatest goals and deepest dreams.
Instead of watching others live the life you want to live, you can learn the tools to create it for yourself, right now.
No wishing. No waiting.
Daydreams become daytime routines.
So that the feeling of success isn't fleeting, but becomes a natural part of who you are.
Through Soultiply, I strive to provide actionable tools and resources, designed from the raw, real life experiences of young goal-getters who know they are meant for something more.
All Soultiply resources are designed with the importance of balance. Balance of the present and future, dreaming and action, and process and results.
When dreaming and doing become one, you can enjoy the journey, confident that you’ll be able to handle any mental obstacles along the way.
I’ve always been a goal-setter and a dreamer.
At the age of 5, I knew I wanted to be a movie star. I went to NYU to study acting, and upon graduation I professionally acted in indie films and NYC theatre.
Things were going exactly according to plan.
Until one day… that desire, that passion, the thing that I hinged my entire life and identity around was GONE.
I could not continue to lie to myself - the spark just wasn't in me anymore.
And I remember thinking: Who the hell am I?
And that organizational, good-girl, overachiever part of me had a FREAK OUT. The five year plan that I had meticulously created was blown to pieces. And I had no clue what to do next.
I battled so many demons – What would my parents think? What would my friends say? How in the world am I going to explain myself at the next family reunion? Will people think that I failed? Will I think that I failed? What do I really want to do?
And if I stripped that all away – what was underneath?
It was like learning how to walk again.
I had to find out who I TRULY was, without the labels, without the goals, without the lifelong passion, without those convenient crutches that had literally become my identity.
And so…. I gained 40 pounds. (Just talkin’ truth here – whether I like it or not, the weight gain was part of my story!)
And I had 5 different jobs in the course of 3 years.
And I read every damn self-help book imaginable, researching and studying and digging deep – always searching for that nugget of gold. I sifted through the hippie dippie, frou frou crap and honed in on those actionable ideas that CLICKED and created real change.
And I came out on the other side, more alive and vibrant than ever, equipped with a full identity, unrelated to anyONE, anyTHING, any goal, or any passion.
And all I want to do is share that with you.
All I want to do every day of my life is show you how you can find that person within yourself.
And your soul, your authenticity, your true self will flood into every aspect of your life.
That's the only goal.
For me, that’s what it means to SOULTIPLY.
Brittany Ritcher is a blogger and Qualitative Researcher with a focus on Goal-Setting and Achievement. After graduating from New York University where she studied theatre, she worked in several NYC talent agent and management offices. She soon shifted her focus to market research and branding, where she became a Qualitative Researcher and Narratologist for large B2B and consumer studies. Brittany began Soultiply in 2014 and is currently conducting research for her first course on goal-setting. She now lives in Los Angeles, CA with her fiance.
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