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Jun 28, 2018

Show Notes – Tracie Nichols

Thinking in terms of the whole person whenever she is coaching.  Are they building in resilience practices?  Are they evaluated their self-care?  Are they working alongside their personal rhythm?  Are the things they are doing in alignment with who they are spiritually and emotionally. ...

Jun 25, 2018

Show Notes – Michael Walker

Diagnosed with PTSD three years ago.  Up until then he thought he was flying but it turns out he was hiding a lot of things.

He had a very violent childhood.  Consequently, he was broken not long after being born.  He struggled with the rest of his life with panic attacks and hyper...

Jun 21, 2018

Sarah Carpenter

The goal should not be getting rid of anxiety because it only makes us more anxious. 

The goal is not to get rid of it but to stop giving it power.  “Just because you’re on my team doesn’t mean you get to get to be my boss.”

Anxiety doesn’t control our thoughts.  It is the reverse.  Our anxiety...

Jun 18, 2018

Nancy Smith – Show Notes

Currently living in Bolivia as she runs her online business and stationery supply website.

Was previously a journalist for a large New Zealand news site – she found it mentally a struggle to keep up and to keep on top of everything as well as keep on top of her own life.  Bullet journaling...

Jun 14, 2018

Jo Casey – Show Notes

Feminine conditioning – unspoken rules for what it means to be a good woman.  Also applies to male conditioning.  These can limit us.

What does it mean to be a human in the world?  What if you didn’t have to stick to all these invisible rules?

The Impostor Complex – affects women more than...