Season 2 - Episode 14 Day 2 Assignment Clean out 1 drawer or cabinet. "If you want to improve your life immediately, clean out a closet. Often what we hold on to holds us back." Cheryl Richardson
What the Quote!
Day 1 Assignment of the 30 Day Self-Kindness Challenge is to Clean out and organize at least 1 drawer or cabinet. By joining my 30 Day Self-Kindness Challenge, you will be given a new assignment that cultivates Self-Kindness. Because I love quotes, there is also a quote that you can carry with you throughout the day to inspire you in completing the assignment. I also include the reason why I chose the assignment and finally how you can experience Lavish Self-Kindness by taking the assignment to another level. It is my intention with this challenge for you to experience a ton of different ways to be Kind to YOU! Everything is always better when done in pairs so grab a friend and commit to doing the challenge together. I'm excited to take this journey with you! Follow me on Instagram, Pinterest and Tiktok and you will get extra content and graphics. Subscribe on Apple Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/.../what-the-quote/id1524694048 Subscribe to my YouTube Channel https://youtube.com/channel/UCnP5p6lite-DWvbnmJvSKbw Follow me @Tajuanahill and @wtq.podcast on social media What the Quote Podcast uses Quotes to create Kind Humans. What is a Kind Human? A Kind Human: Speaks kindness, shows kindness and stimulates kindness in others! I’ll share some of my favorite quotes and interview some of my favorite Kind Humans about theirs. At the end of each episode I’ll put on my Life Coach hat and give you opportunities to practice being Kind to your self and other Humans!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tajuana-hill/support
EP 112: The Art of Extreme Self-Care with Cheryl Richardson
Soul Sister Conversations
Cheryl Richardson is my guest today. I am absolutely thrilled to speak to her about her New York Times Best Selling book The Art of Extreme Self-Care. We chat about being sensitive, disappointing people and how extreme self care relates to business and so much more. This episode re-focuses your attention on your what parts of your life you have been neglecting and how that is holding you back from all that you want.--Cheryl also shares:✔️Why you would should embrace your sensitivity.✔️Why you should get accustomed to disappointing people✔️Anytime you take care of your self you are moving toward your authentic self.✔️People have too much on their plates.✔️Signs of when a self-care upgrade is in need.…and so much more.--Connect with Cheryl Richardson:--Website: https://www.cherylrichardson.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/cherylrichardson/Twitter and Instagram @coachoncall
Best Of The Aware Show with Cheryl Richardson (Part 2): What Really Matters at Midlife
The Aware Show
Part 2 continues the conversation with Cheryl Richardson. Her latest book, Waking Up in Winter: In Search of What Really Matters at Midlife, is personal and she gets personal with Lisa about how the book came to be and how we can join her in the inquiry process through the thought-provoking transformational questions she offers at the end of the book.
Best Of The Aware Show with Cheryl Richardson (Part 1): What Really Matters at Midlife
The Aware Show
Best-selling author Cheryl Richardson has written many best-selling books. But her latest, Waking Up in Winter: In Search of What Really Matters at Midlife, is personal. She gets personal with Lisa about how the book came to be, what it covers, how her life has evolved, and how we can join her in the inquiry process through the thought-provoking transformational questions she offers at the end of the book. Download the episode and take a listen.
Ep. 28 Cheryl Richardson: To Heal The World We Must Heal Ourselves.
Conversations On Living
There is this notion that in order to get ahead in life, to be successful and to receive our just rewards, we must sacrifice ourselves somehow. Working all hours at the office to prove our worth. Constantly giving, giving, giving. In time, money, energy, emotion and attention, to show that we care, that we’re worthy, loyal, or that we’re moral or somehow superior. But sacrificing ourselves like this ultimately has the opposite effect. It wears us down, burns us out, lowers our frequency, harms our energy. Not only do we become tired and unable to properly fulfil the roles and obligations that we believe we must give part of ourselves to, but we can become resentful that life isn’t easier, that we are receiving nothing in return, that we are being drained. Slowly but surely, bit by bit, life is no longer working for us, but happening to us, and our power becomes diminished. The sacrifices we have made for the job, the role, the obligations, have made us less able to carry out those tasks. And that hurts us. But when we put ourselves first – when we care for ourselves, mentally, physically and spiritually – we don’t need to sacrifice in order to operate at a high level for ourselves and for others. By protecting our energy, we can give so much more than we could when our giving was about sacrifice. We remain stable, rested, energised, and ready. In times like those we face today – with much of the world in lockdown, with unrest due to broken leadership, and with dissatisfaction driven by materialism and capitalism, we must nurture ourselves and protect our energy more than ever. I spoke to Cheryl Richardson about how radical self-care can make us more compassionate, help us realise our potential and build lives we love. Cheryl was one of the first life coaches, has written many books and became a regular on the Oprah Winfrey show, helping television audiences around the globe understand that in order to heal the world, we must first heal ourselves. It was great speaking with Cheryl, and I started the interview with a quote from one of my other podcast guests, Leanne Pero: “The best thing you can bring to any relationship, is a healthy, happy you.” If you want to find out more about Cheryl, her books and her work, visit her website at www.cherylricharson.com, or find her on Instagram at www.instagram.com/coachoncall and Twitter at www.twitter.com/coachoncall.
Pay close attention to what you’re missing these days–it’s what you need to prioritize in the future. Join life-coach Cheryl Richardson as she reminds us to take this time to cherish the little things in life, and protect the bigger things when we can. (Hint: get out in nature!) Plus, hear her methods for staying calm and centered.
There’s a beauty that appears in times of great stress … our ability to care for each other. Right now, our minds are racing, and our hearts are heavy. Much of our energy right now goes into thinking of others and being concerned about their well-being. Today, Cheryl Richardson reminds us of the importance of caring for ourselves, too. This relaxing, self-care meditation will help you tune back into your own needs.
The 'coronavirus' or other epidemics, what do we do? "We don't need to fuel our fears with drama". Cheryl Richardson
Earth Tribe Radio
The Corona Virus and other epidemics, what do we do? "We don't need to fuel our fears with drama". Cheryl Richardson Our immune system is keyed to our fears and fight and flight...how do I keep my immune system strong and stay in balance when I am faced with the corona virus or other dangers in my world? We have many buttons which create the drama, but we do have the power with mindfulness awareness and a tool box of great consciousness to move beyond these. How can our difficulties become opportunities? There is so much fear and panic about corona virus and other illnesses, how do we stay balanced and find our wisdom in these times? We explore
96: Cheryl Richardson - How To Honor Your Truth and Let Life Flow
SoulTalk with Kute Blackson
"We are co-creating with the universe all the time. And the best we can do is be very mindful of the choices that we make knowing that we are contributing to our destiny." Episode Summary: When taking care of others, it is easy to forget to take care of yourself. Listen to this insightful episode as Cheryl Richardson, best-selling author of “Take Time for your Life”, shares how taking care of yourself is a matter of integrity and how a major disappointment in her professional life was the best thing that could have happened to her. Some Questions I Ask What are the core foundational things that keep people stuck? What’s the first step to start shifting those foundational errors? How do you define success today? How much of life are we in control of? Was there a time when you felt like giving up completely? How did you get though that moment? In This Episode You Will Learn 3 things everybody needs when they are afraid. The key reason to practice self-care. A practical measurement tool for your journey of self care. How to cultivate faith in your life. What to do with the disappointment of dreams not happening.