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Here to Thrive: Tips for a Happier Life | Self Help & Personal Development

Hosted by Psychologist turned Life Coach, Kate Snowise, Here to Thrive is a practical show about creating and living a fulfilling life. It mixes Positive Psychology with Wisdom + Modern Spiritual Thought, always with a focus on sharing information that will help you create a personally meaningful and fulfilling life. If you're into self-help and enjoy the likes of Gabby Bernstein, Brene Brown & Elizabeth Gilbert you'll likely have some fun here too.The show is practical in that it will include plenty of tips and tricks that you can apply to your own life to feel more happy in your heart. It focuses on achieving balance, finding peace, and discovering our personal power. It is a show is for those of us who are not content with living a shallow life but rather are ready to focus on our personal and soul growth and development. Disclaimer:All podcasts and interviewed guests reflect opinions only. By accessing this information, you waive and release Kate Snowise & Thrive.How, LLC to the full extent permitted by law from any and all claims relating to the usage of the material made available through this podcast.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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#128. 3 Practices to Help You Hear Your Inner Voice

In this episode, Kate shares the three practices she has that help keep her in touch with her inner voice.She references:Meditones (Sonesence): https://www.sonesence.com/Insight Timer - Teacher, Allison Serour: https://insig.ht/B6cLB1iUP1Julia Cameron - The Artist's Way: Book on AmazonCoaching with Kate: www.thrive.how See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


30 Nov 2019

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#3: How to Approach Personal Development from a Place of Already Being Enough

www.thrive.how/podcast3 In this episode I've answered an audience member's question - How do we let ourselves "be" in a culture that is telling us that we are not enough. We live in a culture that constantly tells us that we are not enough. How do we approach personal growth from a place of being enough without that being a contradiction?I coach using positive psychology and mixing that with a touch of spirituality. I was drawn to positive psychology because it focuses on our strengths and what is good about us, rather than needing "fixing" us. It comes from a place of us all already being enough, and I believe we flourish more when we play to our strengths.If you want to improve, first recognize your inherent worthiness. You don't need to "fix" yourself. This is a mindset and a way to approach the world. We are all worthy, and each and every one of us is as worthy as another. Because you went through a tough time doesn't make you any less worthy. We must start with believing this and working on our self worth. Before you start on any journey of self-discovery or growth, start with recognizing your worthiness:3 Exercises I suggest:- Write a list of all of your strengths (What are you good at? What are your character strengths)- Ask people close to you what they perceive as 3 strengths you have- Write yourself a Love Note Know that you are Right Where You Are Supposed to BeWe are where we are supposed to be. I think it is psychologically healthy to have faith and believe in something bigger than yourself. In my opinion life is a journey and we are each sent lessons. Life is about navigating these lessons and growing.Be self-compassionate. Be kind to yourself. Treat yourself like you would your own best friend. How we speak to ourselves matters. Do your best to be aware of when you talk to yourself unkindly, and try to override that negative self-talk.Recognize that there is no behind when it comes to personal growth. We all grow at the pace that we are ready to. You're not racing anyone. We are all walking our own paths, and comparison is irrelevant. You should have no other goal than being better than you were yesterday.* To Do: MantraWrite a positive note, message or affirmation that you will see a couple.e.g. - I am exactly where I am supposed to be. Do what feels right for you - there is no one size fits all to personal growthSociety sells to us constantly that we are lacking. People want to us to believe that we are broken and can be fixed. But there isn't one set path to living a beautiful life. We are so unique. Don't fall into the trap of there being one Guru, or one Path to the good life.Your growth needs to be driven from you. A coach can help, but the reality is that change can only ever come from you. I can't write a program to help you grow if you aren't willing to do the work. So you must follow what calls to you. So trust your gut, and do what interests you when it comes to personal growth.* To Do:Start your personal development and growth purely through trusting your gut. You have to enjoy the journey, otherwise you won't stick with it. I believe that if you really want to learn about yourself, grow and development, then you will always be driven to the things you need to help you do just that. Trust this. You are right where you are supposed to be. Trust that you are worthy, regardless of the outside world. There is nothing to prove.Life is a journey. It should bring you joy, and so should your journey of personal development. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


28 Jul 2016

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#101. Willpower: How to Maximize Your Self-Discipline

Do you kick yourself because you always seem to take the path of least resistance and wonder if you have any willpower or self-discipline at all? I'm the first to admit that I'm not the most disciplined person I know, but I do a bunch of things that allow me to maximize the impact of my willpower, and support myself in a positive way.In this episode I'm giving you a quick rundown of some of the theory around Willpower (and I'll say, it is very intuitive) and also outlining 4 simple ways you can maximize your self-discipline.Among other things, this episode covers:Why it is important not to waste our willpowerThe power of "bookending" your day with morning and evening routinesHow being preemptive in our thinking allows us to minimize the need to make decisions in the moment, and in turn, rely on willpowerAnd how we're all likely to have less willpower later in the day.To learn more about the host Kate or Here to Thrive, head to www.thrive.howTo leave a review in iTunes you an head to www.thrive.how/review See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


13 Jul 2018

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#77. Andrea Owen: How to Stop Feeling Like Sh*t

Andrea is the Life Coach behind the Your Kick Ass Life. She is also an Author of two books, a Mentor, a podcast host and a Mother.We're getting REAL today. Both Andrea and I are talking about the habit-traps we have fallen into along the path of our personal growth and development, and how they kept us down (for a while). We're also diving into some of the 14 Habits she covers in depth in her new book - How to Stop Feeling Like Shit.Those habits include:People-PleasingSelf SabotagingNumbing OutBut we're so much jucier than just that. We also discuss:How self-help can sometimes make you feel like a failure and how not cool that can beHow often we crack open, but we're not yet ready to do the workThe point of no return in personal development, when you've turned the light on and can see the sh*tCodependency and how it can undermine our happinessAnd how learning to manage how big emotions is an essential part to trusting ourselvesTo find Andrea, www.yourkickasslife.com or search "Your Kick Ass Life" in on your favorite social platform.You can purchase How to Stop Feeling Like Shit from Amazon by clicking here: http://amzn.to/2GhjUANThe other books that come up in our chat:The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks (great read)A New Earth by Eckhart TolleWomen Who Run With the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola EstesCodependent No More by Melody Beattie See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


26 Jan 2018

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#44. Elyse Santilli - Manifesting Miracles

My guest on the show today is Elyse Santilli. She is a Life Coach & Spiritual Mentor to women all over the world. She is my personal go-to expert on all things manifesting.Her accent is Australian; mine is from New Zealand if you're wondering!In this episode, we're deep-diving around the topic of manifesting. Specifically, in this interview we discuss:How we can co-create with the Universe (or God)Elyse's definition of Miracle Minding Thinking, and how important it is in helping us get what we desireAn explanation around Quantum Physics and how it relates to manifestingThe importance of taking inspired action towards what brings us joyHow to 'keep the faith' when we feel like our manifesting attempts are failingAnd finally, Elyse offers some practicals ways for us to start manifesting the life we desire.You can find Elyse at www.notesonbliss.com or the free resources she speaks about at www.notesonbliss.com/bonusesElyse also talks about Pam Grout's book E-Squared in this episode, and Eckhart Tolle's book, The Power of Now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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16 Jun 2017

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#4: 5 Simple Things to Add to Your Morning Routine to Start the Day Off Well

In this episode I cover 5 simple and easy little suggestions that will help you start your day off on the right foot. If we start the day off well, we are primed for the rest of the day to flow and be positive. These are small and simple ideas. They aren't time consuming suggestions. I'm a Mama, and not a morning person, so things being simple to achieve in the morning is important to me. Each of these suggestions will only takes a moment. My hope is that you will find these suggestions easy things to make into new, helpful and positive habits. www.thrive.how/podcast4 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


28 Jul 2016

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#40. Who Am I? Beginning to Live Authentically

I didn't always know the answer to this question. I was attached to my surface identity, and it wasn't until I reached my 30's that I was put in a position where life begged me to address this. I was disconnected from myself, and it got to the point that it wasn't working anymore.In this podcast, I'm talking through my story, as well as how you can start to connect with your Authentic Self and show up in life. I'm highlighting that we are all beautifully, usually, uniquely perfect, and we need to celebrate that.Points include:Identity, and how it can mask our authenticityHow our unconscious identifications can particularly mess us upHow exactly we can start to connect with ourselvesAnd, why our own voices matter more than what we hear from outside of usI reference in this episode, Elizabeth Gilbert's speech, Flight of the Hummingbird. It's a must watch! You can find it here: http://www.oprah.com/own-supersoulsessions/Elizabeth-Gilbert-The-Curiosity-Driven-Life-VideoAnd if you'd like a "Me" Journal, here is an Amazon search page to get you started (note: I haven't checked any of them out personally, so can't recommend sorry! - still think I just might have to write one!): ME Journal SearchTo learn more about me, or my Life Coaching program - Thriving Life Project - head to www.thrive.how See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


14 Apr 2017

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#55. Shannon Kaiser on Self-Love

Shannon Kaiser is a Bestselling Author, a Life Coach, and an Inspirational Speaker. She is also the author of the brand new book called The Self-Love Experiment [https://www.amazon.com/Self-Love-Experiment-Principles-Compassionate-Accepting/dp/0143130692]>> If you enjoyed the episode, please leave us a review! www.thrive.how/review <<Shannon opens up about her journey and her struggle with self-love and acceptance in this interview. She shares insights into what really loving oneself looks and feels like, and offers realistic ways to start moving towards self love.Specifically in this episode we discuss:How self love isn't about how you look, but how you liveHow Shannon had a moment of insight which brought about the essential insight - that she didn't have to change in order to love herselfThe importance of self-care in the journey towards self-love, and asking yourself "what feels joyful?"What commitment to oneself looks likeThat you don't have to be "fixed" - none of us are brokenWhat "Almost Paradise Syndrome" is and how to get out of itThe dangers in looking for external validation and how to avoid itAnd, how taking our eyes off our perceived flaws is one of the most empowering actions we can takeShe also leaves us with an important question: What have I always wanted to do but I have not given myself permission to do?--To learn more about Shannon, and her new book - The Self Love Experiment - head to www.playwiththeworld.comA direct link to purchase The Self Love Experiment (it's on sale!) >> https://www.amazon.com/Self-Love-Experiment-Principles-Compassionate-Accepting/dp/0143130692Shannon is also offering a free workshop to all of those who purchase the book. To claim your spot, head to playwiththeworld.comFind Shannon on social media @ShannonKaiserWritesTo learn more about Kate head to: www.thrive.how See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


1 Sep 2017

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#34. Shannon Kaiser - Believing in Your Future Self: How to Reclaim Your Power & Trust Yourself.

Shannon Kaiser is on the show! Shannon is my favorite go-to expert on all things happiness. She is the bestselling author of Find Your Happy, Find Your Happy Daily Mantras and Adventures for Your Soul. In this episode, Shannon shares parts of her personal story and how she went from hopeless and lost to happy and thriving. We talk about how she lost her confidence only to regain it, and how she found the courage to step into a life that felt truly authentic despite the obstacles. It's a discussion about self-love, personal growth and discovery, relying on your inner strength and learning how to trust yourself. Specifically, Shannon describes: ·      What believing your future-self means·      How you can start creating a life your future-self will thank you for·      What it looks like to move away from a life that doesn’t fit you anymore·      How the recent political climate has pushed many of us into a fearful state·      How we can override our fear, and put ourselves back into a positive space·      How we can reclaim our personal power·      What trusting yourself actually looks and feels like There are so many highly relevant and actionable points we touch on in this discussion! You may actually need to listen to it twice. For Links & Show Notes online, head to :www.thrive.how/Shannon --- Shannon’s website is: www.playwiththeworld.com You can find Shannon’s booksat:http://www.playwiththeworld.com/home/books-articles If you’d like to look into working with Shannon her coaching options for Life, Business or Writing head over here: http://www.playwiththeworld.com/home/coaching/ Her course in conjunction with MindBodyGreen is How to Find Your Calling: https://www.mindbodygreen.com/classes/get-unstuck-how-to-find-your-calling-live-a-life-with-more-meaning See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


3 Mar 2017

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#107. Kristen Finch: Relationship Advice You Need to Hear

Kristen shares a perspective on marriage that is refreshing, yet not as common as I believe it needs to be. Her story is unique, but the lessons she shares are not. She is a Life Coach and host of the podcast, Show Up & Love. She has also had her thoughts featured in The New York Times, MindBodyGreen and more.In this episiode, we're talking about how we can communicate meaningfully with the people that matter in our lives, how we can step out of the need to be right, and how important it is that we take responsibility for our happiness.If you're in a relationship or someday hope to be, this one is full of goodness. The wisdom Kristen shares is unmistakable. Listen closely and soak it in.Other noted points include:What radical responsibility is and how we can live itRecognizing that your spouse or partner sees the world differently to you, and that is okayHow you might be undermining connection with your partnerThe power in taking ownership and how we can do thatThe danger in looking to blameHow we can avoid falling into victim-mode in our relationshipsHow judgment keeps us separated from one anotherHow Compassion & Curiosity can be anchors in our relationships with othersKristen an be found at www.kristenfinch.comYou can read Kristen's Modern Love essay in the New York Times here: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/07/style/modern-love-aspergers-diagnosis.htmlWe also discuss her husband's New York Times Bestselling book: The Journal of Best Practice, a Memoir of Marriage, Asperger Syndrome and Ones Man's Quest to be a Better Husband. You can find that here: https://www.amazon.com/Journal-Best-Practices-Marriage-Asperger/dp/1439189749 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


30 Nov 2018

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#41. Why Feeling Lost is a Good Thing

In this episode I'm talking through 3 reasons why feeling lost is a good thing. I'm also sharing a little about my personal experience of flunking out of Law School, and now I can now look back and see all the dots join up so perfectly.This episode is for anyone who has ever felt lost at some time or is possibly feeling lost now. It will help you see how you've grown, or hopefully, light a little spark of hope in you if you are currently locked in the struggle.If you'd like to know more about me or my coaching, you can head to www.thrive.how See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


21 Apr 2017

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#14: 3 Things I Needed to Hear When I was Feeling Lost & Confused in Life

In this episode, I'm giving you 3 things that I needed to hear during the times in my life when I felt lost and confused. We all have these periods. They are a part of the journey that is life. Sometimes we won't know which way to turn, or how to help heal our broken hearts. My hope is that this episode will:- Soothe your heart, with 3 mantras to help support you through the tough times- Help you feel less alone, as I share my stories of feeling lost in life- Give you guidance on how you can start to help yourself I mention the free Here to Thrive facebook group. If you'd like to join, jump over here: www.facebook.com/groups/heretothriveI also talk about writing yourself a letter. For more instructions on how to get going with that, head over the my website: www.thrive.how/podcast14www.thrive.how See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


30 Sep 2016

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#32. 3 Tips to Help You Improve Your Relationship

We all want a happy relationship with our significant, but the reality is, relationships aren't always easy! Marriage counseling isn't always an option, and a healthy relationship does take two partners who want to make it work. But if you're wanting some tips on what you can do from your side to help your relationship thrive, I'm sharing 3 things that are within your control here. These 3 simple tips that can help keep your relationship feeling happy, healthy and insulated against the hard times, and stop you needing to cry out for marriage help!And if you're single, but hope to one day be one-half of a successful pairing, this is also a must listen. If you start a relationship off with these three things in mind, you'll set yourself up right from the start. In this episode I'm talking through:The importance of recognizing how your happiness contributes to your relationship satisfactionThe 5.1 ratio that research indicates is all important in the health of your relationshipRelationship gratitude and how it can help you reframe thingsAnd how to "nurture" your relationship and why that is even importantIf you'd like to read more about the relationship research I mention, you can look up the researcher, Dr. John Gottman. To link to my website: www.thrive.how See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


17 Feb 2017

Rank #13

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#59. Insight Timer p.1: The Best Kept Meditation Secret

This is a two part series. In the first part of the interview, I’m talking to the CEO of Insight Timer, Christopher Plowman, about their amazing App, what it does, what it is going to do, and what those behind Insight Timer are driven by.If you’re not familiar with it, Insight Timer is the biggest little meditation app you’ve never heard of [as the CEO puts it himself in this interview]. More people meditate on Insight Timer than do on Headspace, but it’s all been organic, word of mouth growth. It’s that awesome product that you can’t help but share with everyone once you know about it. Hence the reason I’m talking to you about it!Insight Timer is different in that it is a community platform. They provide the platform, and teachers upload their content. What that means is that you can find every type of mediation imaginable, and it’s all > FREE! <But why are they, the people behind the Insight Timer platform, invested in this objective – of providing to free meditation to all – anyway? how do they intend to remain sustainable? What does growth at Insight Timer look like?This the behind-the-scenes peek into the biggest little mediation app or as I like to say, the Behind the Scenes low-down.If you’ve ever contemplated meditating, you should start here. If you’re a seasoned meditator, you’ll absolutely appreciate the timer and the breath of meditations you can access for free on the app. And if you’re a mediation teacher (or aspire to be one day!) this could be an amazing platform to help share you work.Listen here to be in the know.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


29 Sep 2017

Rank #14

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#112. How to Work Out What You Want in Life

This episode is for you if you find yourself confused about what you want in life, or have that sense of feeling lost, disconnected or off-track.I'll share with you the power of Self-Discovery and how getting to know yourself is the best starting point for starting to uncover what it is you really want in life. I'll go through three tips to help you focus your efforts and dig deep - because you have the answers you seek within you, it's just a matter of uncovering them.I mention the free Self-Discovery journal prompts I have on my website. Head here to grab those >> www.thrive.how/freeI also mention my newly released Values Identification Self-Coaching Kit which is available for purchase at >> https://www.thrive.how/shop/Finally, want to know my favorite books and have a simple place to find ALL of the epic books by Here to Thrive guests? Head to my book reading list here too >> www.thrive.how/shopIf you loved this episode, don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss the good stuff in the future! Leaving a review is always super appreciated too xx See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


19 Apr 2019

Rank #15

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#125. Shannon Kaiser: Living Authentically

Shannon Kaiser is a leader in the self-help space. Her books to date include: Find Your Happy, Adventures for Your Soul, Find Your Happy Daily Mantras, The Self-Love Experiment and her latest release - Joy Seeker.In this episode we're talking about the concept of authenticity, and how we can live a personally meaningful life that is authentically aligned. We cover a lot of concepts in this conversation, but they include:The power in letting go and surrenderFear, and how our dreams can scare usHow having fixed expectations can harm usWhat life looks like when we focus more on making meaning than achieving goalsSelf-Actualization and Self-TranscendenceCourage...and all the things in between.To get a copy of Shannon's latest book, you can head to Amazon: https://amzn.to/2pp6kreTo learn more about Shannon: www.playwiththeworld.comTo learn more about Kate, and see her list of recommended reads and Here to Thrive guest books, head here: www.thrive.how/shop See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


18 Oct 2019

Rank #16

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#123. Dr. Judy Ho: Self-Sabotage

Today’s guest is Dr. Judy Ho. She is triple Board-Certified Clinical, Forensic, and Neuropsychologist, with a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and co-host of CBS's Face the Truth w/ Vivica A. Fox —has the answer. She also a frequent guest on the show The Doctors.Dr. Judy defines self-sabotage as being when we get in the way of the goals we set for ourselves and the things we say we want. It is the thoughts and behaviors that undermine our best intentions.Her book – Stop Self Sabotage – is out now. In it, she outlines a a six-step program for getting out of your own way and reaching your most-desired goals in love, work, health, and all aspects of life.In today’s episode we touch on a lot, but in particular we talk about a few ways in which people often self-sabotage including:-       In our careers-       When it comes to food & health-       And in our relationships---References from in episode: Dr. Judy shares her 4-part acronym – LIFE - that are the causes of self-sabotage. She has found that usually we are self-sabotaging because of one of the following:L: Low Self-EsteemI: Internalized BeliefsF: Fear of the UnknownE: Excessive Need for ControlShe also mentions the book, The Happiness Trap, by Russ Harris which is based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. You can find that here> Kate's Favorite Books on Psychology & CoachingThe book by her bedside is called The Way of Kings. You can find that here > Way of KingsTo purchase Dr. Judy's book, head here > Stop Self-SabotageYou can find show notes in blog form at www.thrive.how/podcast123To learn more about Dr. Judy: www.drjudyho.com** This post contains affiliate links. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


20 Sep 2019

Rank #17

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#6: Explaining Stress & How You Can Help Yourself (Part 1)

In this podcast I discuss some models that will help you understand stress and the process. It will help you identify where you can make changes so that you can truly help yourself.www.thrive.how/podcast6Specifically, this podcast covers the following:How pressure turns into stressExplain “good stress” and how not all stress is badImportance of a sustainable lifestyleWhere you can focus your energy to make sure you have a resilient mindsetHow important Energy Building activities are, such as a self-careMantra: Everything is happening for me, not to me I mention the bucket model of stress in this podcast. To read more about that, you can jump over here: http://www.dr-jennifer-marshall.com/blog/the-bucket-model I also talk about the psychologist holding a cup of water. To watch a small clip that outlines the problem with chronic stress, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNuvz1T0YOY Finally, I discuss the Psychological Cognitive/Behavioral approach to stress. The Wikipedia link if you are a technical type, can be found here that goes into a lot more detail than I explain in the podcast. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Appraisal_theory If you are interested in creating your own Light You Up List, jump over to this post to get instructions on how to go about that: http://www.thrive.how/4-ways-identify-things-love/ If you would like a copy of my 8 Point Thriving Life Mini-Guide, you can get a free copy by signing up to my community here: www.thrive.how/miniguide Other stress reading on Thrive.How: http://www.thrive.how/pain_into_positive_growth/http://www.thrive.how/6-ways-help-cope-difficult-situation/http://www.thrive.how/4-ways-to-quieten-your-mind/http://www.thrive.how/a-4-step-plan-to-reducing-your-stress/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


12 Aug 2016

Rank #18

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#89. Becca Reed Smith on Self-Doubt + Fear

This is an important, enlightening and super useful information. Becca Reed Smith is a Therapist & Mindset coach. She shares with us here her straightforward guidance, and she explains concepts that most of us find challenging, in very real and understandable ways.We talk about a lot in this podcast, but some of the particulars include:Understanding that Fear is NormalHow common it is to not feel good enough at timesThe importance of stepping out of our Comfort Zones when it comes to Fear + Self-DoubtImposter Syndrome, and a discussion on the "who am I to ..." statement many of us play in our headsHow once we feel safe and grounded, our options open upHow stress can eventually lead us to feeling numb and that is our nervous system simply doing its job and trying to regulate the big emotionsCognitive dissonance - what it is, and how we can use it to our advantageAnd how our Doubting Dialogue often shows up in the form of "what if" questions and what we can do it quieten itTo see the diagram of the Window of Tolerance, head to the blog post: www.thrive.how/podcast89To find out more about Becca and her services, head to: www.beccareedsmith.comYou can also follow her on Instagram, Facebook & Pinterest at: @beccareedsmithTo get the Freebie I mention, 3 Steps to Moving through Doubt, click here: http://bit.ly/2G7Y3Mu---CHANNEL YOUR CHILL - my group program is LIVE and ready for registration. It launches mid-May 2018. For more information head to: www.channelyourchill.com or thrive.how See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


20 Apr 2018

Rank #19

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#117. Amy E. Smith: Boundaries, People-Pleasing & Finding Your Voice

Amy E. Smith is...We touch on parts of Amy's personal story, as well as:What People-Pleasing is (and the not so common ways it can manifest)How you can set boundaries (without being a dick)How being worried about what other people think of you takes you away from your truthAmy also shares her 3-part method to boundary making:Decide. Get specific about what you need.Deliver. Be conscious of your tone of voice. Vulnerability for the win.Enforce. You will be required to enforce your boundary. Hopefully only once, but there has to be repercussions if your line is crossed.There is so much more to our conversation! We talk Soul, Fulfillment and Amy's bedside table. You'll have fun.Amy mentions one of her favorite books: Come As You Are by Emily Ngaoski. Emily's second book is, Burnout.To learn more about Amy and her work over at the Joy Junkie, head over to: https://thejoyjunkie.com/---To learn more about the host of the show, Kate, and her Corporate Workshops, Speaking and One-to-One Coaching, head to www.thrive.how See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


28 Jun 2019

Rank #20