Feel Like a Rock Star!

Written by Elaine Morales

With so many distractions in our adult lives, we sometimes forget to reconnect with those amazing feelings from our youth. Fortunately, author Elaine Morales is here to teach us “How to Feel Like a Rock Star!”

With so many distractions in our adult lives, we sometimes forget to reconnect with those amazing feelings from our youth.  Fortunately, author Elaine Morales is here to teach us “Feel Like a Rock Star!”  

Starting at a young age, we develop dreams of being an Olympic athlete, becoming President of the United States, performing before tens of thousands at Madison Square Garden or winning the National Spelling Bee championship (or is that just me?).

how-to-feel-like-a-rockstarWe may think that it’s fame, fortune or recognition we’re after, but I think it’s something else.   We want to FEEL what we think it will feel like to be a superstar. Happy, proud, loved and accepted.

Not many of us will earn a gold medal or a gold record, but we can get that feeling…at any stage of life.

You can feel like a rock star by:

  • Setting your sights on some pretty bold and seemingly unreachable goals and then going out there and getting it done.  Do you want to learn to drive a race car?   Start a new business or not-for-profit? Change outdated town or school board policies?   Get up and rock it!
  • Breaking down your personal barriers.  Every time you feel scared and do it anyway or cross off one of your “I could nevers,” you earn rock star status!
  • Lighting up someone’s life.   Whenever you pay someone a compliment, soothe hurt feelings, show someone compassion, or give a helping hand, you not only make that person feel good, you feel like floating on air.

You don’t need to have national news coverage to feel like this inside:


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Or this:


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Live boldly and give generously, and you can be a rock star in your own life.

Identity Magazine is all about empowering women to get all A’s in the game of life — Accept. Appreciate. Achieve.TM Every contributor and expert answer the Identity 5 questions in keeping with our theme. As a team, we hope to inspire and motivate ourselves and inspire you to get all A’s.

What have you accepted in your life that took time, physically or mentally?
Making progress, but still working on a biggie:  “The only time everything will be all right is when we are all right with everything.”

What do you appreciate about yourself and within your life?
That when I am open to them, magic and miracles appear in my life every day.

What is one of your most rewarding achievements in life? What goals do you still have?
There are so many!  One would be graduating from Princeton University as a first generation Mexican-American.  My big, bold, beautiful goal is to make a significant contribution to making Vibrant Health and Everyday Happiness the New Normal for all.

What is your not-so-perfect way? What imperfections and quirks create your Identity?
I am an excellent mom, yet I curse a lot when talking to my children.

How would you complete the phrase “I Love My…?”
I LOVE my life!   It is full of magic and miracles.   That’s my wish for everyone.

About the author

Elaine Morales

Elaine Morales, speaker, author, and founder of Not Just a Daydream health and life transformation coaching, helps busy, stressed out women to break free of self-defeating patterns of dieting and binging and achieve their ideal weight while enjoying food and loving life.

Elaine has been the catalyst for hundreds of life transformations by inspiring and teaching people how to implement nutrition and lifestyle habits that support their personal vision and goals.

A Princeton University graduate, she received her training as a holistic health counselor from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City.

Fun Facts About Elaine:
* She is the direct descendent of a Catholic saint.
* She appeared on the reality television show, Wife Swap.
* Recently, Elaine took up bodybuilding and won two trophies as a figure competitor at the age of 43. (Despite having failed gym in high school)

Visit Elaine at www.notjustadaydream.com

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