This podcast provides practical tools and real life application for taking your life from where ever it is to the next level. We cover relationships, health, emotions, mindset, confidence, entrepreneurship, money and all other parts of being a human. Did you know there is something better than happiness? It’s the life you were meant to live.
Join me on the podcast this week as I discuss how I became confident and loving of something that I resented for years, and what I do to keep myself in love with this aspect of myself every single day. Building confidence isn’t easy, but when you can spot where it’s a problem for you, and with a little help from somebody who’s gone before you, you can make confidence a reality.
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Listen in on our discussion today as Thomas shares how he left the church and went on a journey of self-development that, in the end, brought him closer to God than he could have ever seen coming. Thomas has some incredible insights about our development through adulthood, as well as the power of combining mindfulness and faith.
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Join me on the podcast this week and discover how to navigate change with peace. Whether it’s moving to a new city, your kids going off to college, or even adjusting to life after the end of a relationship or the death of a loved one, this episode is for you.
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Join me this week and discover the three stages of awakening. I’m going to discuss the benefits of having a coach, and what kind of improvements you can expect to see in your life if you take this work and really run with it. Life was never meant to be 100% roses and easy sailing, but applying thought work in your life can make the less-than-perfect stuff become genuinely useful.
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Join me on the podcast this week as I take a deep dive into the self-coaching model – specifically the point where we choose our thoughts about our circumstance. I’m sharing how you can identify where you might be going awry when identifying a circumstance, and how you can reframe your circumstances so that your positive thoughts don’t become redundant.
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I was interviewed for the podcast of one of my clients recently and her questions were just so perfect that I thought I have to share this with all of you.
You’ll discover what real coaching is like, what you can expect if you decide to receive coaching, and the thoughts that you can apply to your own life to make every day as good as it can be.
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Join me on the podcast this week to discover what other people having agency really means, and how you can flip some of the negative thoughts you have about other people’s actions. Our world would not be the same if people didn’t have agency, so it’s time we took a close look at it so we can use it in our favor, instead of thinking of ourselves as the victim of other people.
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Join me this week for an insight into what’s going on in my brain when it comes to self-coaching and mind-management. I really wanted to get vulnerable with you guys this week so you can see that, even though I’m the one giving the answers, that doesn’t mean all of the stuff I teach is not a problem for me as well.
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It’s clear to me that, with all the modern conveniences we have at our fingertips these days, our intolerance for discomfort has dropped dramatically over the past couple of decades.
Join me on the podcast this week for a frank discussion about anxiety, how it shows up for us, when we need to be concerned, and where there might be something we can do about it with a little self-coaching.
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Listen in this week as I provide insight as to where the work I do as a coach transcends into the scripture that I hold so dear as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. If you’re facing what seem like unjust difficulty in your life, tune in for a little reminder that Heavenly Father has your back.
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Tune in this week to discover why I think we have a natural propensity to pull together, join forces, and make changes that help us move forward, personally and as a society. I’m sharing how you can intentionally evolve yourself to get what you want out of this life and be at ease with the discomfort of growth.
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Join us on the show this week as we discuss what contributes to people distancing themselves from the church and what they’re really going through. You’ll discover why questioning your faith is not the evil we sometimes consider it to be, and why, if somebody you love is going through a faith transformation or perceived crisis, that is not the end of their journey with Heavenly Father.
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Join me on the podcast this week as I explain my stance on empathy, why it might not work exactly the way you think it does, but also why it’s wonderful and an amazing part of being a human being. Some people might find this a touchy subject, but take a listen before you make up your mind.
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Join me on the podcast this week as I unpack an idea I’ve been sitting with for a while. Whatever “it” is to you – it could be marriage, children, a new car, a new job, a business of your own – I have 5 elements to consider that could be holding you back from going and getting “it” and how to overcome these hurdles.
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Tune in this week as I share how to take the pressure off of yourself in family gathering situations. I’m sharing how you can go from fearing the worst about how everyone else is going to enjoy themselves to simply having a great time yourself and appreciating your family for who they are, misbehavior and dysfunction included.
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Join me this week, whether you’re engaged and looking for some insight into the sexual aspects of marriage, or you’ve been married for years and are struggling with your partner’s level of desire and arousal, whether that’s lower or higher than your own. I’m going to share what thoughts you can work on to look after yourself and your own needs, without making life any less comfortable for your spouse.
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Join me this week and discover how you can have fulfilling relationships without changing anything or anybody. Once you come to grips with appreciating the external things you have to encounter daily, then before you know it, your relationship with your life will be completely different.
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This week on the podcast, I’m talking about that space within us – the human void – and how it manifests in ourselves and the people in our lives. Tune in and discover how to know when you’re feeling it, and what you can do to ease the burden for yourself and the people you love.
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Join me on this episode as I discuss the process of incorporating my work as a life coach into my beliefs as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Discover not only how I came to see the two as compatible, but also what made my father realize the importance of the work I’m doing, not only for me, but for everyone in my community.
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Discover how you can make every goal you set for yourself so much easier by choosing to put your feelings first. Sure, you can try losing weight by running yourself into a body shape you can begin to think about loving, or pay off your debts so you can start to feel financially free. But if you could feel that financial freedom or love your body first, you will 10X your progress in everything you set your mind to.
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Join me on this episode as I explore the idea of choosing and creating your purpose. You’ll discover how to explore the many things you could dedicate yourself to and how to choose one, or more, without listening to all the reasons your brain will provide for why it should be easier than this and you should quit now.
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Join me on the podcast this week as I share my talk from the BYU Woman’s Conference and discuss some stories from my own life, with regards to my own obedience and that of others, which hopefully will reframe the way you consider your role in keeping the people in your life on the right track.
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Today my sister and fellow podcaster Natalie Clay joins me to talk about why all of our problems are, at their root, thought problems. We talk about why it's so tempting to think that our situation is the problem - rather than our thoughts about the situation - and how to start shifting away from this mindset.
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The River of Misery is that short but often difficult period of time where you're struggling the hardest with whatever change you're making. Join me today to learn all about the River of Misery and why it's one of the most essential experiences for personal growth. I'll describe the concept in detail and provide numerous examples of the River of Misery so you can start identifying it in your own life.
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This episode is all about how you can achieve your impossible goals by envisioning your future self. But before that, I share seven of the biggest reasons why people don't achieve their goals and how you can avoid those pitfalls. Some of them are tricky, but if you try the future self exercise I walk you through, you can use your future self as a guide to becoming who you are meant to be and achieving all that you are meant to do.
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In this episode, I talk all about brain software and how it shapes your thoughts, feelings, and actions. I share some of the most common situations where the Something Is Wrong tape starts playing, and encourage you to practice building some distance between you and these thoughts. And I also discuss whether or not we should try to change this software or just try to work with it.
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I'm digging into parenting and discipline on this episode and sharing a framework for teaching and leading your children. I talk about what we should focus on as parents, how rewards and consequences can affect behavior, and how to set expectations in your household. Discipline doesn't have to be complicated - it just has to be rooted in love.
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In this episode, I talk about some of the reasons why you might be uncomfortable giving your business the full attention it deserves. I also dive into the three buckets that make up your business and how you can fill them up. Filling up the buckets of strangers, acquaintances, and fans is essential if you want your business to generate profit.
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I talk about the importance of witnessing your eating habits without judgment, feeling your feelings, and planning out what you’re going to eat. I also discuss some of the emotional eating habits I’ve observed in myself as I’ve done this work and how I’ve come to love and accept my body exactly as it is. Losing weight shouldn’t be about trying to conform to some external standard of how your body should look.
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Listen in as I share some stories about clients who have been seeking relief, what I recommended for them, and what I want you to think about when you’re feeling negative emotions that make you want to seek relief. We’ll also talk about dirty emotions versus clean emotions, locating your emotions in your body, and why joy is the ultimate form of relief.
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On this episode of the podcast, I’m walking through why every relationship we have exists entirely in our own mind. This is great news: it means that we are 100% in control of our relationships with other people. And that means we can choose to have compassion, curiosity, and love for other people, rather than worrying about whether or not they really like or approve of us.
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On last week’s episode Brooke Castillo and I discussed religion and the response has been so overwhelming about how much you loved it. This week I share some additional thoughts based on 5 years of coaching members of The Church about how we sometimes, unconsciously use the very beliefs that can make our lives better, to hurt us. Tune in and gain some awareness to help prevent falling into these traps.
Today I am sharing with you a conversation I recently had with Brooke Castillo about religion. We discuss the difference between your relationship with God and your relationship with your religion, where God fits in the model and why our experience of God is so much stronger when we’re suffering. Thanks to Brooke for her willingness to come on the show. I know you’ll enjoy this episode.
Part of our ability to interact with one another in an appropriate way means we censor ourselves. This is healthy and I wouldn’t want you to drop it. But sometimes we have an opportunity to be more honest with one another about what we think or feel. I wonder what would happen if we all started saying what we mean a little more and believing other people a little more as well. Tune in as I share some ideas about how this can deepen your connections with one another.
If you’ve listened to this podcast for long you know that I teach that your circumstance doesn’t need to change for you to get the result you want in your life. I also teach that focusing on the circumstance is not the most effective way, but today, I want to talk to you about the irony of how circumstances sometimes do change once we do the work of not needing them to. Tune in to learn more and for tons of real life examples.
One of the questions I get a lot is, “What is the difference between traditional therapy or counseling and coaching?” Today Natalie and I are tackling that question. We’ll tell you what we love about therapy and why we think coaching is a better fit in many situations. Tune in as we discuss the challenges of marriage, how a coach helps you through it, and why we believe not all marriages should last forever.
Today I’m answering questions sent in by you, my listeners. I’ll be answering the following questions:
* How do I teach this to my kids?
* What do I do if people think I’m the difficult one in the family?
* How do you learn to hold yourself accountable and follow through?
Is there such a thing as right and wrong? Yes. And no. Today I’m talking about this concept with regards to decisions you make to help you be more confident and timely in your decision making. Indecision is a dream killer. Don’t fall for that. We’ll also talk about right and wrong with regards to your past, and to the decisions people in your life may be making that your brain keeps telling you they shouldn’t be.
Today I have a fantastic treat for you. Natalie and I sat down with our daughters (ages 9, 10 and 11) to talk about emotions, thoughts, friends, advice for parents and what’s so great about being a kid today. You’ll hear about the tools Natalie and I teach which our girls understand, and the parts […]
Sometimes we have thoughts that we know are negative. We may not be able to change them but it’s easy to identify them as problem thoughts. Then, other times, we have thoughts that sound useful. They feel necessary. They sound pretty or righteous or feel very justified and reasonable. Maybe other people offer them to […]
After achieving some mind-blowing goals in 2018 I decided to take a look at the 4-step process that got me there so I can utilize it again in 2019. Today I’m sharing that process with you to keep in mind as you set your goals. My most favorite part of achieving a goal is the […]
Today’s episode is the third and final segment of Better Than Happy Live. If you’ve been listening to this series you’ve heard just a tiny bit of what I cover at this full day workshop style event, but I hope it gives you a deeper look into how applying these tools in your life literally […]
Today I’m bringing you a second segment from Better Than Happy Live. Listen in as I coach real people with real issues and we apply the tools you’ve heard here on the podcast. Before the live segment I’m sharing with you some perspective on the perfect Christmas.
This is Part 1 of a series of segments from the live podcast event I did last fall. We spent a full day together diving into this work deeper, coaching to gain real life perspective, and getting to know one another. It was amazing.
December is the time of year when everyone starts talking about being so busy. The rush of the holiday, the endless to-do list and the expectations everyone seems to have can give you the opportunity to fall for this trick your brain plays. But busyness is not about what’s going on outside of you.
Today I’m sharing something I’ve discovered about myself in my own self coaching and as I’ve stopped snacking. Transitions are uncomfortable. I’m sharing my own personal story of struggling with major transitions in my past, but I’m also sharing what I have discovered that has been so mind blowing for me...
The tools you’re learning are changing things for you, so naturally you want to share it with others. I hear from listeners and my clients that they are trying to explain it and sometimes the people in their lives aren’t open to it.
Gossip is something that most of us agree we don’t want to participate in, but there is something about it that is exciting and compelling to our brains. Today we’re taking a look at why it’s so tempting, what the negative effect of it is in our lives, and I’m giving you a three-step process...
On your wedding day, as you leave the temple hand in hand, nobody expects that one person will stop believing in the gospel and choose to leave the church one day, but sometimes it happens. Like most other parts of marriage, this requires some effort to navigate...
We live in a world full of options and everyone wants our time and attention. While having so many options is an amazing part of an advanced world, it also leads to decision fatigue for many. Today I’m going to talk to you about editing your life and making decisions ahead of time.
Ever notice how painful it is to be wrong? Today we’re exploring why the brain has such an aversion to it, and some of the un-necessary problems we create for ourselves as a result. Of course we’ll address how to re-direct your brain and the benefits of doing so as you pursue your goals.
Today I want to give you an in-depth lesson in the concept of buffering. Buffers can include everything from drugs, alcohol and pornography to overeating, shopping or video games. You’ll know it’s a buffer if it has a net negative effect in your life. This episode is one of my most powerful.
Our brains are very good at negativity. It’s a natural survival mechanism. But today I want to talk to you about judgement, fear, worry and self-loathing. These are the most common forms of negativity and in many ways they create un-necessary problems and suffering for us.
Lately I’ve been doing a lot of reading up on accessing your own creativity and today I want to share some of my biggest take aways. I’m sharing teachings from Stephen Pressfield, Austin Kleon and Elizabeth Gilbert. Tune in as I teach you why you don’t need to be original.
How do you know if you’re a good mom or a good dad? Is it if your kids are happy? They are obedient and get good grades? Is it based on how they turn out? Is it based on whether or not the like the way you raised them? Or is it none of those?
When we share our testimonies at church we often say, “I know this church is true.” We find great peace in knowing it’s true. So when I teach people the CTFAR model they often want to put their religious beliefs in the circumstance line.
The idea that we should get married, then try to meet one another’s needs sounds like a nice one in theory, but in reality, it causes more problems and puts distance and resentment in homes and families. Today I’m breaking down the concept of meeting your own needs. I want to clarify what this means and why I believe this is what Heavenly Father wants for us. We’ll touch on the Family Proclamation and I’ll explain why this helps couples be closer and stronger than ever.
The clutter. The chaos. It’s everywhere. You agree that having it organized would be life-changing and magical but it’s so overwhelming. Allow me to introduce Shira Gill. Shira is not only a professional organizer, she’s also a Certified Life Coach and today she’s allowing us to steal some tips and tricks to allow you to get started tackling the toy bin, the pantry, your sock drawer, and even your closet.
Today I’m sharing a real coaching session with a real client. Listen in as Sara talks about her frustration with her children when they don’t do what she asks them to do. This is a powerful session if you have kids and even if you don’t.
Today’s episode is a special back to school message for your youth. Please help me share it with them and check it out yourself. You might be surprised at how much you’ll learn. To grab a seat at Better Than Happy Live visit jodymoore.com/bthlive To register for Foundations of Marriage with Natalie Clay visit jodymoore.com/marriage
Today I’m sharing some of my favorite thoughts with you. Feel free to grab any you like and work to find evidence for them in your life. As you choose intentionally what you want to believe, you’ll find your life changing as well.
I’m SOOOOO excited for you to get to hear the wisdom of my brilliant and hilarious sister Natalie Clay. Today Natalie and I talk though 6 tools we believe everyone who is getting married (or already married) needs to understand to have a joyful marriage and create healthy families. Don’t miss this episode!
Most people are searching for the answers to “how” to achieve the things they want to in life. They think if they can figure out how, then they will believe it is possible and then they will go for it. Today I want to teach you why this is backwards and how to let go.
In our natural unsupervised state our brains want to focus on and try to change things outside of us. If this worked I would tell you to keep doing it but it mostly doesn’t work. So today I want to teach you how to accept the things that happen that are outside of your control.
Buckle your seat belts kids. I have a special treat for you today. If you’ve never listened to “Awesome with Alison” then I’m happy to get to introduce you to Alison Faulkner. And if you are already a fan, then I don’t have to tell you how much fun she is to learn from.
My clients like to ask me if their feelings or behavior is normal given a certain situation. It’s as though our brains want to be justified in some way. Today I want to talk to you about what is normal and I recommend that you question whether or not “normal” is going to create the life you truly want.Join me today as I dive into this topic including tons of examples.
Are you a person of excellence? Or are you more of a 75% person? And what is the difference between excellence and perfectionism? These questions are answered on today’s episode and I’ll also be sharing with you why I’m committing today to be a person of excellence. Will you join me?
Play is an important part of your life. It not only is fun and feels good, but it impacts your emotional health as well. As kids we understand this but as we grow up we tend to allow the responsibility and pressure of being an adult get in the way of play.
Pride is one of the greatest hazards to us in this lifetime. It’s a concept that is often misunderstood and easy to neglect but something I think is powerful to take a closer look at today. I have found myself falling into the trap of pride in a few ways lately and today I’m sharing my experience with you as well as some thoughts on pride including how is it different from confidence? Join me today as we explore this important concept.
Ever feel like your prayers aren’t being answered? Well, it’s not that you’re doing anything wrong, but today I’m sharing some insight based on the tools I use as a Coach as well as examples from the Book of Mormon about how to pray in the most effective way.
What makes someone lovable? Is it the things they do or say? Is it how they feel about us? And what makes someone un-lovable? Is it that they aren’t nice, don’t like people or don’t love us? The answer is no. What makes another person lovable is your decision to love them. Period.
Fear is a protective mechanism designed to aid in our survival. Today I want to teach you 5 things about fear to help minimize your fear of fear. Because showing up in your life may require some fear but with the tools I want to teach you today, you’ll be better equipped to handle it.
Today I’m teaching you about confusion, overwhelm and indecision. These are what I call indulgent emotions. Feeling them does not get you closer to clarity and focus. Instead it keeps you unconscious and stuck. They are a result of a mismanaged brain and while it may feel like they just happen to you, I have actionable tips to help you get out of confusion and on with solving problems and accomplishing your goals. Tune in and let’s do this.
It’s nearly Mother’s Day. And if you’re like many women I know you secretly hate this day. You try not to but it seems like your expectations are never met. You don’t know why you’re disappointed but you just are. Or perhaps you hate it because of the strained dynamic that exists between you and your mother and this day brings up all of it for you. Well I have good news for you. You can love Mother’s Day and it’s simpler than you ever imagined.
What do you want? Do you know? When I first began coaching LDS women I discovered that many of them didn’t allow themselves to want. They felt like wanting might mean they were not grateful for what they had or that it was not keeping their priorities in check. Other times I work with clients who find the wanting to be painful because they don't believe they can have what they want. Today I am going to teach you why I believe that wanting, when done from abundance, is a virtue.
I’m a Mormon. This is not a surprise to you I hope. But today I want to talk with you about why I’m a Mormon. I want you to decide why you believe whatever you believe because the why matters. Are you a Mormon because of the community? Is it because of a certain church leader? Is it because of Joseph Smith? Are you a Mormon by default or is it rooted in sound doctrine that makes your life better? Just something to consider. Tune in to learn how I answered this question for myself.
Today I’m teaching you the way to have deeper, more fulfilling friendships and how to show up when you meet new people in a way that feels confident and helps you attract your tribe. We’re also talking about what to do when you don’t get invited out and you’re feeling hurt about that.
Whether you’re setting big goals or just navigating the changes of life, learning to master skills will serve you well. Sure there are skills that are obvious like playing an instrument or a sport, but I want you to consider the skill of being uncomfortable, overcoming procrastination, and being more patient.
Crystal and Sean live an amazing life. They’ve been successful in their endeavors in blogging and Network Marketing and today they’re sharing how they’ve created these results for themselves. But they are not amazing people because of their success. Instead, you’ll hear as you listen to them, that their success has come because they first have chosen deliberately who they want to be. Listen up as they tell you their story.
Forgiveness is a divine attribute. We are commanded to repent and seek His forgiveness and we are also commanded to forgive others. But only every time. But how? How do we know if we’ve been forgiven and what is Godly sorrow? Forgiveness is not something you do. It’s a change in the way you think and feel about someone else. It’s your opportunity to be a higher version of you.
When we have a challenge, most of us become focused on figuring out what to do. We share advice with one another about what to do and we search for the right action to solve the problem. But none of our action is as effective as it could be if we stop and align our intentions first.
What is respect anyway? What qualities do we look for in someone that we respect? Today I’m walking you through a closer look at respect and then we take what we learn and apply it to self respect. In today’s world of instant gratification and concentrated pleasure, erosion of self respect is a problem.
Today I’m talking with Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Tony Overbay about narcissism, depression and anxiety, and his advice to couples struggling in their marriages. Tony is so insightful and as you’ll see, he never takes himself too seriously. Please enjoy this episode where we dive into these topics and more.
Ever have a shame attack? Happens to us all from time to time, right? I had one this week. It was a great opportunity for me to practice what I preach. sharing my experience with you and giving you the steps to deal with a shame attack and come out stronger on the other side.
One of the most common things I hear from my clients who have businesses or side gigs is, “How do I get motivated to do what I need to do?” Of course this doesn’t just apply to building a business, but today I’m sharing with you how to get out of overwhelm, indecision, stress, and doubt.
Did you know there is something available that’s better than happy? It’s your most complete life and the most amazing experience available to you. Check out today’s episode where I teach you all about this, clean pain versus dirty pain, and spill the beans about the changes happening her on the podcast.
Fat adaptation is your body’s natural metabolic state. It means that when you eat food, you store some of it on your body as fat to be used in case there is no food available. It mean that hunger is not an emergency. It’s just a whisper that comes and goes.
The body is an amazing creation that provides an internal navigation system for helping us navigate what is useful and what is dangerous. It gives us physical clues (sensations) and emotional clues (emotions). Today I want to challenge you to really tap into what’s going on and ask yourself whether it’s a sensation or an emotion.
I’m so grateful to sweet young Ellie for being willing to share her story today. Her experience with depression and anxiety has made her wise beyond her years. Check out today’s episode as she shares her experience and some word of advice to anyone (especially your kids) who struggle with depression.
If you have a child you want to help or motivate or change in some way… this episode is for you. First Ask yourself WHY you want to change them. It’s always so we can feel better. This doesn’t mean it’s wrong or you should let go of it in every case but really be intentional. Then remember your child has agency. This means they are going to make some choices we don’t like.
Spending time with my future self has made a huge difference in what I create in my life. What will you look like in the future? What will you think about and what will you have done? Your future self has so much wisdom and if you learn to ask her, she will help you with whatever you need right here and now. Your future self is also someone you are currently creating. Are you creating her intentionally or just allowing life to take you where it will?
Making a contribution in the world is an important part of a fulfilling life. Today I want to teach you more about how to find your zone of genius. It begins by finding fulfillment in whatever you do right now. Then to keep making progress to become the person you have the potential to become.
I love making money. Most people think that making money means sacrificing your time and effort and giving up part of yourself in exchange for money. The harder you work and more you sacrifice, the more money you can make. I believe different.
Confidence. It feels amazing and it makes you better at anything you’re trying to do. Confidence is the solution to so many problems we create for ourselves from people pleasing to worry to relationship problems. We’re spending some time today learning about the opposite of confidence, shame, and then I’m teaching you how to build confidence. The definition we’ll use is knowing and embracing all the parts of yourself.
Today I’m teaching you about mental, emotional and physical health. It’s a longer episode because this topic is so all encompassing but make sure you listen to the end where I teach you about how to utilize what we know about human nature and the brain to lose weight without relying on willpower.
This is the first of a 5 part series on the Be Bold Pillars. All of the tools I teach are centered around these 5 areas and focusing on these areas is the key to living an amazing life where you grow and thrive, reach your full potential and leave the world a better place.
I learned so much from reading Carol Dweck’s book about a growth versus a fixed mindset that helped me really recognize a lot of fixed mindset early on in my daughter. On today’s episode I’m teaching what Dweck has discovered through her research and how to talk to your kids in a way that fosters a growth mindset to set them up for confidence and fulfillment. But for the majority of this episode I’m interviewing my 10-year-0ld daughter Macy.