463: Get Messy With Maring Higa

Maring Higa is an acupuncturist, a creative strategist coach and host of The Messy Middle Podcast.  She helps Curious Get Messy With Maring HigaCreatives awaken their biggest and boldest ideas and take action in a fun and playful way. She has worked with hundreds of people exploring the middle space in her aerial bootcamp business, acupuncture practice, and/or coaching my creative clients.  Maring watched as they embraced their light, made changes in their life, and started living a life that they felt had meaning.  She believes that when we feel seen and find a safe space to share our work we feel free to express our most authentic selves.

Maring shares what she used to struggle with and how she was able to overcome them with the experiences she faced in life.  She also talks about getting messy and how we can embrace it to be a more confident person to keep moving forward.

Bio

Maring Higa is an acupuncturist, a creative strategist coach and host of The Messy Middle Podcast.

Cultural Background

Maring is of Japanese, Filipina and Native American.

Favorite Self Confidence Quote

I am different, I am original and like everyone else I’m here to take up space in the universe.  I do so with pride.

I am different, I am original and like everyone else I’m here to take up space in the universe.  I do so with pride.

Definition of Self Confidence

Self confidence is self love.

Her Life Before the Discovery of Self Confidence

Maring was trying to figure out how to fit in.  She was surrounded by people who were not like her, and her insecurities.  She was trying to find her tribe.

The “AHA” Moment

Maring had a series of AHA moments.  She saw her own light and gifts.  She was to not be in a particular box.  In high school, she moved to an island with a friend with nothing and figured it out along the way.

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Her Life After the Discovery of Self Confidence

Maring is more open to possibilities from the world.

The One Self Confidence Tip For the Listener

Don’t be afraid to get messy, nothing is perfect.

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