Kicking off Self-Improvement September with writer, podcaster, and speaker Andrea Owen, author of the new book Make Some Noise: Speak Your Mind and Own Your Strength. Andrea's backstory of hitting rock bottom while also people pleasing and "powering through" was something I could relate to, and the tips she gives in this new book were definitely something I needed to hear right now. Learn more about Andrea Owen Follow Andrea Owen on IG Buy Make Some Noise by Andrea Owen FULL SHOW NOTES HERE * Thank you for listening to 10 Things To Tell You! Follow @10ThingsToTellYou on IG Follow @10ThingsToTellYou on FB Follow @laura.tremaine on IG Follow @mslauratremaine on FB Sign Up for episode emails Join the 10 Things To Tell You Connection Group Listen to the SECRET STUFF Buy Share Your Stuff. I'll Go First. by Laura Tremaine
UFYB 201: Unlearning the Patriarchy with Andrea Owen
UnF*ck Your Brain
Patriarchal beliefs are so ingrained in our society and social conditioning that they permeate how we view the world, others, and ourselves. In this episode, I am joined by global speaker, life coach, and author Andrea Owen to discuss a 4-step process to unlearning your internalized patriarchy so you can figure out what you REALLY want in life and make some noise in the world running toward it. Get full show notes and more information here: https://unfuckyourbrain.com/201
Andrea Owen is the author of 3 books, a global speaker, certified life coach, and hell raiser who helps high-achieving women maximize unshakeable confidence, and master resilience. She has taught hundreds of thousands of women tools and strategies to be able to empower themselves to live their most kick-ass life through speaking, her books, coaching, and her wildly popular podcast, Make Some Noise, with close to 3 million downloads. Andrea has become one of my favorite COVID voxer buddies. When she told me about her newest book, Make Some Noise: Speak Your Mind and Own Your Strength I immediately told her she had to come back on the show. Andrea talks as fast and as loud as me - so buckle up, friends. This convo is fire. Listen in to hear Andrea share: Why she decided to write her book, Make Some Noise, in this pivotal moment in history The reality of women fearing shining too bright The solution to start taking up space and start shining (a little) more The questions to ask yourself if you feel yourself hesitating to take up space How we fall into internalized misogyny How to talk about other people from a place of curiosity instead of judgement and gossip The 4 steps to start unlearning How she built an entire relationship while ignoring her intuition - and ultimately ended up in her enabling her partners drug addiction and doing drug deals in Mexico Why women’s empowerment starts with women asking for what they want Links mentioned: Join for info on my Hope, Happiness & Mental Health Challenge: shamelessmom.com/newsletter Listen to the Make Some Noise podcast Get Andrea’s book, Make Some Noise: andreaowen.com/noise Get the free Make Some Noise Workbook and bonuses andreaowen.com/msn Andrea on Instagram Andrea on Facebook Andrea on Twitter Andrea on YouTube Andrea on Pinterest
772. How to Make Some Noise & Speak Your Truth with Andrea Owen
Earn Your Happy
In This Episode You Will Learn About: Shedding some light on the dark spots Having hard conversations with people The ingrained negative patterns we have to break Your conditioning vs. your truth Resources: andreaowen.com Read: Make Some Noise: Speak Your Mind & Own Your Strength Instagram: @heyandreaowen Get three months of free payroll processing at gusto.com/lori Text “PODCAST” to 310-496-8363 to get your questions answered on our Q&A segment or get coached on the show! Show Notes: Andrea Owen is back on the show! And let’s be real, as long as she keeps bringing the fire with her incredible books she will keep on coming back. She’s bringing out the raw, real truth. She talks about her upbringing, living in a family that refused to talk about the hard things in life, coming to terms with that, and learning to share her own story of healing. Question Highlights: What was the first time you realized you wanted to share life lessons with people? What was the moment when you started focusing on the roots of the problem? What’s an observation of something in your life that you have to work hard to break? What patterns are we passing down to the next generation? What are most people struggling with right now? What inspired your latest book? Guest Bio: Andrea Owen is an author, global speaker, and professional certified life coach who helps high-achieving women maximize unshakeable confidence, and master resilience. She has taught hundreds of thousands of women tools and strategies to be able to empower themselves to live their most kick-ass life through speaking, her books, coaching, and her wildly popular podcast with close to 3 million downloads. She is the proud author of How to Stop Feeling Like Shit: 14 Habits That Are Holding You Back From Happiness (which has been translated into 18 languages and is available in 22 countries), as well as her inaugural book, 52 Ways to Live a Kick-Ass Life: BS Free Wisdom to Ignite Your Inner Badass and Live the Life You Deserve. Her latest book, Make Some Noise: Speak Your Mind and Own Your Strength is coming in August 2021, published by TarcherPerigee/Penguin Random-House. Andrea is a certified professional co-active coach (CPCC) from The Coaches Training Institute, a professional certified coach (PCC) with The International Coaching Federation, a SHE RECOVERS® coach, as well as a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator (a modality based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown). She holds a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a specialty in Health Science from California State University. Andrea has been featured on The Huffington Post Live, xojane.com, NBC, and Entrepreneur.com. She has facilitated many workshops for girls, hosted by Dove’s Campaign for Real Beauty whose efforts inspire and empower women and girls to live confidently and change the world around them. In addition, Andrea has been sober for close to a decade and is active in the world of recovery. When she’s not juggling her full coaching practice or writing books, Andrea is busy riding her Peloton bike, chasing her two school-aged children, or making out with her husband, Jason. She is also a retired roller derby player, having skated under the name “Veronica Vain”. Learn more about Andrea at andreaowen.com and join the fun and wisdom at facebook.com/yourkickasslife and instagram.com/yourkickasslife.
It’s well beyond time that we started to acknowledge in the self development and spiritual worlds that so much of what we may be healing and trying to work through is due to the collective oppressions we have all been living with for generations. We of course must all take responsibility for our own learning, unlearning and rising above, but when we can see that systems of oppression like the patriarchy have been designed and deliberately orchestrated to keep women and non-binary folks quiet, subjugated, lost, confused and separated from each other, we begin a path of power. My guest today Andrea Owen is here to talk about patriarchal unlearning and unravelling so we can step out, speak up and just like the title of her latest book ‘Make Some Noise.’
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I am so thrilled to have Andrea Owen back on the podcast in celebration of her third book! In this episode, we talk about why it’s hard to make big changes, particularly within relationships, what happens when we get caught in the idea of changes, and why YOLO decision making may be difficult to change. To grab the show notes including all the information on today’s guest, go to www.ThaisSky.com/podcast/158. If you like what you heard, it would mean the world to me if you took a moment to leave a review and share this podcast with your community. Thank you for your generous attention. XO Thaís Socials // Website: www.ThaisSky.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/IamThaisSky Instagram: www.instagram.com/IamThaisSky
CC: Speak your Mind and Own your Strength with Andrea Owen
Over It And On With It
If you have struggled this past year (or really ever), you are going to love this episode. Speaker, life coach, and author Andrea Owen joins Christine for a vulnerable and inspiring conversation on mental health and healing trauma. Andrea is creating a global impact in women’s empowerment with her books being translated into 18 languages and available in 22 countries. She helps high-achieving women maximize unshakeable confidence, and master resilience. Her latest book, Make Some Noise: Speak Your Mind and Own Your Strength is coming in August 2021. You can learn more at andreaowen.com.
Speaker. Life coach. Author. Hellraiser. Andrea Owen is creating a global impact in women’s empowerment with her books being translated into 18 languages and available in 22 countries.She helps high-achieving women maximize unshakeable confidence, and master resilience. You can learn more at andreaowen.com.
Episode 357: Rebecca Ching Interviews Andrea Owen On Grief, Addiction, and Recovery
Make Some Noise with Andrea Owen
I am doing something I have never done in any podcast episode. For the first time, I am bringing you an interview I did on another podcast, where someone interviewed me. My dear friend Rebecca Ching has a podcast called The Unburdened Leader. It was such a fantastic conversation and I am so grateful that she said, “Yes,” when I asked her if I could air it for my listeners. We talked about a lot of hard things, including grief and addiction. On 9/27, I celebrated nine years of sobriety and recovery from alcoholism. It is something we talked about in this particular episode. I share how commitment to my values helped me maintain my continued healing and sobriety and how grief nearly brought me out of recovery. In this episode you’ll hear: My addiction to alcohol and what it symbolized. Why I needed to understand and heal my traumas in order to fully unburden the last of my addictions. Perfection, control, and overachieving worked until it didn’t. Drinking worked for a while until it didn’t. The role community plays in my sobriety.