Keryl Pesce, author of Hello Beautiful and Happy Bitch shares insight, personal experience, and compelling interviews to help women feel better about who they are, what they’ve experienced, and what the future holds. Discover the freedom, power, and beauty of being the real you. 💞💫
We live in an age filled with comparing ourselves to others, over working, and over achieving hoping to reach that place of feeling good enough. But is it working? Does always getting more done equate to feeling like more? In Kate Northrup’s latest book, “Do Less: A revolutionary approach to Time and Energy Management for Busy Moms,” she makes a convincing case for not leaning in, but easing up. If you feel like something is missing in your life, and/or are wondering if this is all there is, Kate says the answer may actually be to slow down and do less. She even cites growing evidence of how our productivity can increase when we work less hours. Kate is brilliant, insightful, and real. And her advice is priceless whether you are a mom or not. Visit her website, www.katenorthrup.com for more info and even some free resources.
Heather Hansen, a trial attorney and author of “The Elegant Warrior” shares the challenges she faced in the courtroom and the lessons she learned that first served her in the courtroom and then in life. Heather talks about finding our voice, setting boundaries, and doing so with both power and grace.
If you experience mild or even chronic anxiety, sleeplessness, or that deep sense you are meant for more, Dr. Carla Marie Manly, author of “Joy from Fear,” has a refreshing new message: Fear is not the enemy you thought it was. Fear, when faced with awareness, deconstructed, and understood, could actually become a powerful resource and just might hold the answers you have sought for so long. Dr. Manly is an authority on fear and fear-based disorders such as trauma, anxiety, and depression. She says if you are running from fear, you are running in the wrong direction. Find out the difference between constructive fear and destructive fear. Discover how your fear can be transformational. Learn to trust yourself again and feel at home with yourself.
Keryl Pesce reads Chapter 2 from her book “Hello Beautiful.” Being human is sometimes messy. If you cry or get angry, it doesn’t mean there is anything wrong with you. We are much better off giving ourselves space and permission to feel all our feelings. When we do, the duration and intensity of negative emotions lessen, and we are able to decipher the key messages they hold.
Are you tough on yourself when you make a mistake? Do you deal with a mean inner critic? Chances are you have perfectionist tendencies. Psychologist and author of “Better Than Perfect: 7 Strategies to Crush Your Inner Critic and Create a Life You Love” explains what perfectionism is and most important, how to live a life that is better than perfect. She shares how we can get from feeling stuck to problem solving mode. Also why nothing should come into or out of our mouths if our stress level is a 7 out of 10 or higher and simple ways to notch our way down the stress scale. Dr. Lombardo is always full of great insight, advice, and energy. Visit her website at www.elizabethlombardo.com.
Interview with LiYana Silver, author of Feminine Genius. LiYana is a brilliant, kind, and insightful person who raises (and answers) a powerful question: When you are at war with yourself and you win, who loses? LiYana shares how we all attempt to cut out parts of ourselves we deem unacceptable, and then struggle with feeling like we aren’t enough. She makes an intriguing case for learning to trust and communicate with those aspects of ourselves we fear - our emotions. In other words, our emotions are part of us and are there to serve us, not hurt us. She explains clearly the positive purpose of anger as well as how avoiding our emotions keeps us stuck in a loop. She suggests the path to confidence and a fulfilling life is to spend less time hating on ourselves and more time focused on what we truly want and what wants and needs to come through us and into the world. www.liyanasilver.com
Interview with Executive Coach Robin Torres. What would happen if instead of trying to fix what you felt was lacking about you, you discovered your natural strengths and invested in growing and using those? You’d immediately be much happier, more confident, and see faster results. Robin is a certified Gallop Strengths Coach and offers eye-opening insight into why and how to do this. We are all talented. We all have strengths. And our unique combination of those are meant to be just that - unique. In her words “Know yourself well and be proud of what makes you different.” Robin is brilliant and a beautiful person. I know you will enjoy our conversation. Take your own strengths finder at www.gallopstrengthscenter.com.
Intuitive medium Deborah Hanlon on connecting to your wisdom. As a person whose professional career involves connecting others with the truth and our own wisdom, Deborah shares how we can develop these skills ourselves. She shares how our brains can be jerks and how to learn to feel our wisdom rather than just think it. She encourages us to own the whole of ourselves, soften up around the edges and how getting still can be the most productive thing you do. She is the author of “In the Presence of Proof,” is super intelligent, real, and funny.
Keryl talks with health and empowerment coach Jennifer Cassetta. Jenn is the author of “Hear Me Roar - How to defend your mind, body and heart against people who suck.” She shares how boosting our confidence in any area of our lives flows through and affects all other areas. Jenn offers concrete ways to increase our confidence including changes in our physiology, tone of voice, and vocabulary.