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In Ep. 77 I share my framework for working through decisions when someone is asking you for something. In this case, when your child wants to do one thing and you want them to do another. This framework can be used in families and workplaces with equal benefit. Enjoy!
In Episode 74 I'm breaking down labels like "mom," "wife," "lazy," or "quitter" and daring to ask who we would be without them? I'll share my thoughts and five ways to liberate yourself from labels that restrict your spirit.
Yes, in this episode I'm dishing on the five things I learned about fashion shows that I didn't know before attending my first one here in Paris. I'm a persoanl development nut, so of course there are some tips for life included!
In Ep. 72 I'll share four tips (plus a bonus at the end) to increase the odds that you'll stick with a learning a new skill and feel good in the process. This is perfect advice to use on yourself as you learn or as you coach adn support others as they develop.
This episode is all about by new passion - self-care. I'll debunk th emyths that self-care isn't for busy people, that it's an indulgence and that it's only for women of leisure. I'll also share my definition of care and some tools to measure how strong your self-care game is.
In Ep. 70 I share three tips, and a couple bonus thoughts, on how to get your kids to engage in meaningful conversation with you. No kids? No problem. These tools also work great with adults who are tough to reach and rluctant to open up.
In episode 69 I'm breaking the rules of podcasting and recording the episode live from the beach, literally on the beach. I'll explain why I decided to break the rules and why you should start breaking the unconscious rules you follow in your own life. Hint: think happier and more fulfilled.
Are you ruining a relationship because you disapprove of a loved one's choices? Well, if you're always nagging them, you probably are. In Ep. 68 I'll share four things to do instead of nagging and if you're on the receiving end, I'll tell you what to do anout that as well.
In the latest episode of W+W, I'm jamming on one of my favorite topics: how we think about ourselves. I'll share how crappy data (i.e. what you remember) might be the cause of your crappy conclusions (i.e. how you feel about yourself).
Today, I'm talking about surfing and commitment. If you've ever tried to do something and failed, chances are you weren't 100% committed. That was me on my surfboard and in today's episode I'll tell you how I turned it around and how you can do the same in your life
Do you feel trapped, helpless or victimized. Know that you have the power to choose something different and I'll share a construct for doing so in this episode. P.S. I botched the name of the father of learned helplessness - the actual scientist who conducted the seminal experiment in this are is Martin Seligman.
Summer is the perfect time to recharge your batteries, but big vacations aren't always an option. In this week's episode I'll share why taking a break is important and ways to do it wothout breaking the bank.
Today, I'm talking about what to do when you get the thing you've worked really hard to get (in my case 8 days on the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon) and you're worried that you've made a huge mistake.