This is a podcast about life lessons, leveling up, and leaning in. My deepest hope is that it will help you have less stress and more joy in your life so that you can go out into the world as the best and brightest version of YOU.
How do you handle negative self-talk?
Do you notice when you’re being hard on yourself… and then judge yourself for not being able to stop your thoughts?
Or perhaps you try saying positive affirmations, hoping that they’ll help you feel better… but you often end up just feeling even worse about yourself.
We all have so much to offer and yet, because of self-doubt we often hesitate to share our true selves with the world.
So what CAN we do about our negative self-talk? In this episode I share one technique that I use on myself and with my clients.
“Seeing the inaccuracy of your own limiting thoughts is the only way to genuine freedom.” - Martha Beck - Here’s a quick story about how I “got out of my own way” and now love a task that I used to hate doing. Thought-work can be sooooo powerful :)
Are you looking to level-up your work life, but feeling totally overwhelmed with the thought of making a big change?
Perhaps you’re looking to start a new business, or change professions... or maybe your big change is showing up with more confidence and authenticity in the workplace.
Big changes can feel extremely scary, but they don’t have to be totally overwhelming. And pancakes can help :)
Tell me if any of this sounds familiar to you: 👉 You’re feeling stuck in your career because of things about your personality that you cannot change. 👉 You’re following what the experts say but you just can’t seem to stop your negative thinking. 👉 You’re wondering how everyone else is able to be so confident, while you’re still struggling with self-doubt. If any of this resonates with you, guess what? You’re not alone... and there IS a way out!
We may talk about how important tough love is... but many of us find it really uncomfortable to actually implement. Here are a few thoughts on this topic that were sparked by Netflix’s Jane the Virgin.