YOU on the Cover of Vogue

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Or Elle, Forbes, National Geographic…the publication is up to you!

A couple of weeks ago, I played the Magazine Game with my community who attended the Slim, Chic and Savvy Soiree.

They loved it so much, I was asked to post in on the blog. Moi plaisir!  

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So, let’s pretend that you are walking through the magazine section of your local bookstore.

On the shelf, there is YOU on the cover of the magazine. Yes, darling, YOU!

1.  What magazine is it?
2.  What does the headline say?
3.  What are you wearing?
4.  How does the interviewer describe you physically?
5.  What does the interviewer say about your home?  What does it look like? How does it feel?
6.  What does he/she say about your relationships?  Who are you in the relationship?  How do you treat your partner/kids/friends?
7.  What does he/she say about your essence/mannerisms/the way you hold yourself?
8.  In the interview, you talk about a difficult time in your life and the lessons learned.  What do you say?
9.  The article speaks about your most proud achievement.  What is it?
10.  What wisdom do you offer the readers?
11.  When asked about the plans for your future, what do you say?

Have fun with this exercise.

Allow it to show you what’s possible and what your soul is craving to create.

Dream, darling, and do it big!
So, wanna share?  What magazine did you choose?  And, what did your headline say?  Share in the comments below. 

Tons of Love,
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Tonya

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(P.S. I am ecstatic about the Slim, Chic and Savvy Immersion program.  We kicked off on Monday, and women are already stepping into their visions.  Ooh la la, indeed!)

*A huge merci to my mentor, Martha Beck, who inspired The Magazine Game. 

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7 Responses to YOU on the Cover of Vogue

  1. There was a time in my life when my Ego might have wanted to be on the cover of a magazine. But in the past few years, I have not felt the need for external validation like that. Surprisingly, my most recent book for children (ZAYDE COMES TO LIVE about death for kids ages 4-9) has won all kinds of awards–the first of my career–and while they have been “nice,” they have not changed anything about how I feel about myself. It has been an interesting experience to be able to answer many of Tonya’s questions (above) in interviews and internet blogs–and I find the suggestion that we think about what we want people to say at our funeral also instructive. I have been living those values for the past several years since I began working with Tonya and growing spiritually. The physical is not as important to me anymore, except as a healthy vehicle to house my soul and allow me to love, laugh, and enjoy my life.

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