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The Monica Cost Show: New Levels. No Labels. brings light to the many ways our societal labels dismantle, cripple and hinder our progress, and it provides a new language and understanding of what it truly means to live your most authentic life with greater purpose and fulfillment based on one’s core values.

Expectations

The audience will delight in the humor, connectedness, and real life scenarios of this refreshing show. You don’t want to miss this thought-provoking new show that challenges the obsession to today’s gossip and salacious media. It is, in fact, authentic TV.

Background

Personal & Professional Pathfinder, Author, Columnist and Speaker, Monica Cost, explores living a life without labels, financial freedom without fear, professional paths with passion, emotional evolution, purposeful parenting and much more on her new show.

After letting go of her fear of labels over 10 years ago, and making radical life changes that led her to this journey of value aligned living, Monica is now sharing this message with the world on The Monica Cost Show: New Levels. No Labels. Each episode will spotlight a notable personality’s quest to live authentically in a particular area (aesthetic, financial, relational, emotional, spiritual, professional and parental).

Melyssa Ford

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Meagan Good

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Kenny Lattimore

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Books

The Things I Used to Do to Sneeze: How to Live an Authentic Life (Rerelease date 11/18/2016)

“The Things I Used to do to Sneeze!: How to Live an Authentic Life” is a self exploration book on defining your personal truth and living an authentic life; aesthetically, emotionally, spiritually, relationally, financially, professionally and parentally. With so many suggested ways to live our lives, from what kind of cars we should drive to what kind of careers are best, the noise has gotten out of control. Our craving for the sensation of attention, acceptance, and the feeling of importance has caused us to trade our basic core values for those of society’s. The result, unhappiness, increased prescriptions for anti-depressants, money envy, jealousy, self loathing, paranoia, and a general feeling that more is always better. And, all of these things are done under the guise of “happiness”. The Things I Used to do to Sneeze will assist readers in deter- mining their life’s vision and then embarking on a path to a more authentic and fulfilling journey, after a reflection on self!

Truth, authenticity, purpose and passion are just a few chapters away in “The Things I Used to do to Sneeze!”

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My Story

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Balanced is the New Busy

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Atlanta Premier of The Monica Cost Show

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Valentines Day Show on Authentic Love

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Unfulfillment

What area of your life are you experiencing the most unfulfillment?.

  • Failing Forward

    On Mar 23, 2016/ Monica Cost / Leave a comment

    If you’re willing to try, you’re willing to fail, and that’s not a bad thing. Of course no one wants to fail; however, it’s the only way we can develop. We must have the opportunity to try something, watch the process and not experience our intended outcome. Learning from unintended outcomes and creating new strategies […]

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