Inspiring you to be more grateful each day

Happy Wednesday 🙂

Hope you’re having a beautiful week.

After 7 days of jet lag, my body was finally able to catch up with Manila time. 🙂

It feels so good to be back.

My jet lag taught me two things: patience and greater appreciation for sleep.
Indeed, there is a gift (or gifts) behind every problem. We just need to uncover those gifts.

If you’re facing problems right now, congratulations!
You’re about to have breakthroughs.

If you feel sad, it’s okay to feel any uncomfortable emotions.

Things will get better!

Today, I’d like to share the song Let It Go, released by Disney in 2013.

I love the melody and message of the song.

It’s one of the most difficult songs to sing because the low notes are really low while the high notes are really high.

I’ve been wanting to sing this song and finally, I was able to sing it!

We did a music video for this song.

The videos were taken in the following locations:

Boracay, Philippines

Mt. Titlis, Switzerland (snow, snow!!!)

Disneyland Paris, France

When I was Boracay doing the storyboard for Let It Go, I asked myself,

What is the metaphor of fear I can let go of?

How can we show that fear and letting go of it through our music video?

Scuba diving came to mind.

I am scared of being in pools deeper than 5 ft (I stand 5’6″).

More so being underwater! Scuba diving was unimaginable! 32 feet deep!!

The thought of doing scuba diving really scared me!

So I said, “That’s it! We’ll do scuba diving.”

(I wanted to back out the night before but I challenged myself to face my fear and see how far I can go.)

Back to the song Let It Go.

The lyrics goes,

…let the storm rage ooooooonnnnn!

Guess what?!
We shot the music video right in the middle of the storm! Woah!

Talk about authentic props.

…the cold never bothered me anyway.

For this part, I was in Mt. Titlis, Switzerland surrounded by snow, but I was just wearing jeans and shirt.

Then I also did the epic snow angel.

This is our craziest and most ambitious music video so far!

I hope this music video inspires and empowers you to let go of whatever you need to let go of.

That “thing” you’re holding onto has a purpose.
Once it has served its purpose, you can let go.

You can watch our Let It Go music video here:


P.S.1 We’re done editing 90% of Let It Go music video a few months ago, even before my Europe trip.

However, I felt it can still get better.

There’s still an element I was looking for but I couldn’t pin point it.

When I was in Switzerland and Disneyland Paris, I finally saw what I was looking for.

We incorporated it in the music video.

P.S.2 Favor… If you enjoyed the music video, would you mind clicking the Like button on YouTube and sharing your comment on YouTube? You can tell us what you liked about the video, or what we can improve on. That would mean so much to me and my team.
Thank you so much! 🙂

Here’s the music video link again.

Sha Nacino is a motivational speaker, TEDx speaker, author, and adjunct faculty at the Asian Institute of Management. For speaking invitations, visit or email us at

Sha Nacino

Sha Nacino is a motivational speaker, author of 15 books, and adjunct faculty at the Asian Institute of Management. She is on a mission to inspire fearless possibilities by helping leaders and companies build a culture where everyone feels safe, seen, and appreciated.

Sha finished her B.S. in Business Economics from the University of the Philippines - Diliman and holds a Certificate in Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania.

She was awarded the Female Entrepreneur of the Year 2019 by the United Nations Global Entrepreneur Council and Inspiring Humanitarian Award by the World Humanitarian Drive.

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