Dr. Kristina Hallett: Getting Comfortable with Ambiguity
The one thing we know we need to do as higher ed leaders is to increase flexibility and adaptability. But we also need to become better at tolerating ambiguity. Join us for this conversation with executive coach, best-selling author and clinical psychologist Dr. Kristina Hallett. In this episode Dr. Hallett offers insights from her work with high level leaders about how to get comfortable with ambiguity and remain resilient so that you can stay focused on the challenges at hand.
Dr. Kristina Hallett: Emotional Intelligence Can Boost Your Business – TPS411
The Prosperity Show Podcast. Financial Health | Business Success | Peace of Mind
Dr. Kristina Hallett is a Board-Certified Clinical Psychologist, TEDx Speaker, and Associate Professor of Psychology with over 25 years of experience working with organizations and individuals. She offers a fresh look at our commonly held beliefs about well-being, serving as a catalyst for change by inviting shifts in mindset, perspective and everyday practices. She speaks internationally in several areas –resilience, radical self-care, harnessing the positive power of stress, and living your best life through self-compassion.Highlights Kristina debunks the idea that you have to love yourself before you can love someone else. Even if a mother doesn’t bond well with a child, there are still ways to experience connection. We talk about how a person can remove heart blocks to connecting. Music is a way to help someone connect to their emotions. It’s important for leaders to give energy to learning emotional intelligence. We talk about the value of emotional intelligence. Brain health and neuroplasticity work best when people have new challenges. In order to change, a person has to have a definite internal motivation. How you are at home reflects how you are in business and visa-versa. Becoming aware of the physical effects of stress can act as a motivation for a behavioral change. Repeating small changes is the best path to effective change. I’m not good enough is one of the major strands to understanding why people behave the way they do. It helps to be aware of where you learned to believe that you’re not good enough. Long-term therapy can re-traumatize someone.LinksKristina’s websiteThe Intention + Action Coaching Group
You can prepare for a big talk, but what happens when the unexpected happens or you go “off book”? Today’s guest shares how she maintains a tension between preparation and living in the moment when speaking. You’ll learn how these strategies apply to your speaking as well as your life and business. Dr. Kristina Hallett is a board-certified clinical psychologist, executive coach, and speaker who specializes in harnessing the positive power of stress, self-compassion, and radical self-care. She helps professionals develop skills to make stress work to their advantage to increase productivity and well-being through changes in mindset, perspective, and everyday practices. We’ll explore: A bit about Kristina’s speaking platform. Why Kristina’s “Living in the Moment” talk at Speakers Who Dare was such a transformative experience. The importance of breathing and hydrating to improve your speaking. The kind of awareness a speaker needs to be fully present, and the importance of seeing a talk as a conversation. What Kristina learned about herself from the Speakers Who Dare process. What surprised Kristina the most at Speakers Who Dare. How speaking has impacted Kristina personally and professionally. Practical tips for speaking more effectively.
Episode 63: Becoming your own best friend with Kristina Hallett
Dr. Kristina Hallett is an Executive Coach, Keynote Speaker, Board-Certified Clinical Psychologist and Associate Professor of Psychology at Bay Path University. Dr. Hallett is the go-to expert for helping driven professionals do more of what they love with whom they love by becoming stress-smart and learning to be their “own best friend”. Listen in to this episode of Women Inspired where you will hear: How, why, and what it means to be your own best friend How to SWAP your beliefs and shift your perceptions The truth about a “stress-free” life Science-based strategies for self-care
Harnessing the Positive Power of Stress with Dr. Kristina Hallett
Conversations at Basecamp
Dr. Kristina Hallett, Board-Certified Clinical Psychologist and Associate Professor of Psychology at Bay Path University, talks to Noa and Kim about her unique and proven strategies to harness the positive power of stress, to engage in radical self-care and to build personal resilience.
Kristina Hallett (PhD, ABPP) has achieved quite the roster of accomplishments. As a board certified clinical psychologist, she works with high-level professionals to develop skills to make stress work to their advantage, increasing productivity and overall well-being. In addition, she’s passionate about helping adolescents addressing their major life challenges. An acclaimed speaker, podcast-creator, associate professor, and international best-selling author...you might be thinking, “Is there anything she hasn’t done or can’t do?” And yet, there was a time in her life that she felt “less than” alongside the acknowledgement of her achievements. On the outside, she was winning at this game called Life. On this inside, however, feelings of self-doubt permeated her inner dialogue. The dissonance between these two worlds lessened over time with sincere self-examination and a dedication to authenticity. She learned that when we dare to be present to who we really are, more opportunities for growth and expansion are created. Armed with self-compassion (which she defines as a mixture of kindness, acknowledgement of our common humanity, and courageous presence), she examined her own self-doubts and insecurities. We are able to “own our awesome” through practice. Eventually, we can learn to accept and truly appreciate our whole being from knowing that our present is the sum total of all of our experiences. Tender Curiosities: Are you curious to examine and challenge the power that your own self-doubts have over your life? What is my truth? What does it look like to be in alignment with my truth? How can I be more effective? Can I be the same person in all subsets of my life without the energy-draining practice of acting out a role? What is really involved in radical self-care? Resources: Kristina Hallett’s website 2:05 Hallett’s podcast, “Be Awesome” 31:00 Brene Brown’s book, “Dare to Lead” 37:56 Michelle Obama’s book, “Becoming” 39:43 Jennifer Louden and setting definitions of what’s enough 52:33 Hallett’s free book, “10 steps to being stress smart and being your own best friend.” 52:41 Hallett’s two books, “Own Best Friend” and “Be Awesome”
The vast majority of speakers only focus on the altruistic side of speaking. While an attitude of service is vital, it’s also important to grow your business and be paid what you are worth. Today’s guest shares practical tips to help you value yourself as a speaker so you can impact even more lives.
12: Avoiding Entrepreneurial Burnout (& Identifying it in Your Clients) with Dr. Kristina Hallett
360 Health Biz Podcast
AVOIDING ENTREPRENEURIAL BURNOUT (& IDENTIFYING IT IN YOUR CLIENTS) // Wondering how to avoid burnout as an entrepreneur? You’re thinking lately. “Do I have burnout?” In this episode of the 360 Health Biz Podcast, we discuss the symptoms of burnout, how to avoid burnout syndrome and how to not have burnout. Being an entrepreneur is tough and small business burnout and health coach burnout it totally a thing. If you want to understand how to handle burnout in your clients but also yourself, how to treat burnout and how to recover from burnout, tune in for episode 12. We discuss all the ways to notice when you are burning out, when your clients are burning out and what steps to take for the best burnout recovery. Grab our FREE Practitioner Tool Kit to get a list and review of all the platforms Kendra and Christine use personally in their businesses to save time, money and generate consistent income. Grab Dr. Hallett’s FREE guide, “10 Steps to Being Stress-Smart & Becoming Your Own Best Friend.” http://bit.ly/ownbestfriend Say Hi to Dr. Kristina Hallett! https://www.facebook.com/OwnBestFriend8SimpleSteps/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristina-hallett-phd-abpp-ab307021/ https://www.instagram.com/wisdom_healing/ https://twitter.com/KHallettPhDABPP
5 Steps to Being Your Own Best Friend with Dr. Kristina Hallett
The Ginni Show
Dr. Kristina Hallett is a clinical psychologist and life coach. In her career, she focuses on self-love, self-compassion, and self-care. Her book, Own Best Friend: Eight Steps to a Life of Purpose, Passion, and Ease goes into the benefits of letting go of stress and living a happy life. On today's show she shares five of those steps with Ginni. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A Speaker Mindset With Psychologist Dr. Kristina Hallett
Dr. Kristina Hallett is a board certified psychologist and associate professor at Bay Path University in Massachusetts. She is also an executive coach, speaker, author and coach for entrepreneurs and healthcare providers. Dr. Hallett specializes in driving professionals out of the "stuck" stage, burnout, and overwhelm by teaching skills to be confident and how to stress-smart.Dr. Hallett gets real in this interview about what it takes to get known and to become an international, sought after and acclaimed speaker. You can find out more about Dr. Kristina Hallett on her website: https://www.drkristinahallett.org/Don't Miss Moments:Why stress can help you and how to look at it positivelyHow mindset can change everything in your lifeThe steps Dr. Hallett took to get started in speaking and how you can tooMarketing techniques to get known and to get heard