How To Be A Better Person with Kate H...

Start your day with one simple thing you can do in the next 24 hours to be your better self--not so you can be a perfect person. Or even a good person! Just... better.

I wrote the book "How to Be a Better Person" after "be a better person" topped the list of most popular New Year's resolutions for the first time ever. This podcast builds on the ideas in that book and is intended to be like the little angel on your shoulder, providing a counter narrative to the negative thoughts and impulses that are floating around both out there and inside your own head. My mission is two-fold: to help you keep growing, and to inspire you to use your power for good.

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Doing Hard Things: What to Say to Someone Who’s...
When I asked my daughter if there were any situations where she wasn’t sure how to be a better person, she didn’t have to think long to come up with, what do you say to someone who’s crying. Which, I mean, 13 year old girls and their hormones...
6 min
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Operation Meditation: Getting Over Your Resista...
As wonderful and enjoyable and nourishing as meditation is, you are going to have times--many, many times--when you don’t feel like doing it. It's not a question of IF it will happen, it's a question of WHEN. Come find out why we do that, and learn...
8 min
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Operation Meditation: Finding the Time to Medit...
A common obstacle to actually sitting down and meditating is the thought of, “I don’t have time.” So let’s take a look at how to make the time for meditation so that we can get out ahead of that thought.
7 min
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Operation Meditation: Easy Ways to Get into a M...
Today I'm talking with Jess Naim, a Philadelphia meditation teacher who has a great way of making things like meditation and visualizing and breathwork not only relevant to real life, but also fun. She shared some meditation hacks that are nothing...
18 min
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Operation Meditation: What to Do When You Close...
Knowing exactly what to do when you meditate helps empower you to actually do it. Today I'm giving you a basic formula for what to do during a meditation practice.
8 min
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Operation Meditation: Why Meditation Is Just a ...
It’s easy to think of meditation as something boring you’re supposed to do to take care of yourself--kind of like flossing. When actually meditation is a pleasurable, decadent, and just ridiculously loving thing to do for yourself. Come find out...
10 min
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Help the Planet: The Single Most Impactful Way ...
There is one thing that has a huge potential to enact changes that will protect the earth and help our climate heal, and that is to join forces with an organization that is lobbying the government to adopt climate-friendly laws and practices. This...
7 min
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Help the Planet: We Are Throwing Away WAY Too M...
Finding ways to waste less food is great for the planet. And… it’s not something that we’re doing all that well. In fact, according to the United United States Department of Agriculture, one pound of food per person per day goes to waste--that's...
7 min
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Help the Planet: Get Growing (and Relieve Your ...
Today I’m interviewing Emily Murphy, a regenerative organic gardener, nature activist, and author of the book Grow What You Love, asking her what we as individuals can do in our own yard, and on our windowsills, and in our own communities, to grow...
19 min
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Help the Planet: Should You Pay a Premium for R...
How you power the lights, the heat, the cooling, the devices, and all the electronic doo dads in your home is one of your biggest levers for either contributing to climate change, or steering us away from it. Yet renewable energy costs more than...
8 min
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Help the Planet: Why Paying $2 More Now Saves a...
Of course we want to make the planet a better place... but that often means paying a little bit more for the things that have a smaller footprint, whether that's recycled copy paper or organic strawberries or low-VOC paint. Is it worth it to spend...
8 min
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The Gift of Hard Times, with Brooke Thomas EP: 426
Today I’m talking with Brooke Thomas about how the tough times are an invitation to re-connect both with our bodies and with who we are at our core.
19 min
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How to Handle the Haters, with Harriet Marsden ...
Journalist and author Harriet Marsden is used to dealing with haters. As evidence, an anonymous reader sent Harriet a copy of my book (How to Be a Better Person), with a very passive aggressive note, and Harriet had the good humor to snap a pic and...
12 min
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Breaking Free from PSD (Patriarchy Stress Disor...
When I first encountered the idea that we’re talking about today, I definitely looked like a meme of a person whose mind has just been blown. It’s the idea that in general, women are vulnerable to thinking less of themselves, chronic stress, and...
17 min
315
Using Herbs to Love Yourself (and Your Health),...
Yes, doctors are helpful but the person who has the most sway over your health, is you. In today's episode, I talk with herbalist Kim Charlot of Eden's Leaves about how she came to embrace herbs as a primary part of her wellness strategy, and how you...
17 min
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Moms Are Taking It on the Chin, with Rachael El...
Now that kids are home pretty much all the time, there’s been a lot of coverage in the media about how women are bearing the brunt of taking care of kids while schools, daycares, and now camps are shut down. I want to take a look at the reality of...
22 min
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Spring Clean Your Life: What Are You Releasing?...
Let today be the day that you very intentionally assess what you DON’T want to bring with you into the phase that comes after the pandemic. Doing so will help you release those things--from your life, from your consciousness, and even from your...
6 min
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Spring Clean Your Life: Figure Out Where Energy...
I bet there are all kinds of areas of your life that may be ready for a re-boot. Your home, your relationships, your diet, your exercise routine, your car, your closet… I mean, phew! It’s a lot. A way to get yourself into motion is to figure out...
7 min
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Spring Clean Your Life: Refresh Your Space (in ...
Lisa Zaslow of Gotham Organizers (whose video on organizing a tiny space has been viewed over 2 million times) shares how to make a big impact on your space in a small amount of time.
13 min
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Spring Clean Your Life: Let’s Talk About that I...
Since a big portion of our lives happens online, it’s certainly worth some of your time to de-clutter your inbox. All those old emails hanging around in there are a looming presence every time you go into your inbox--and the average American...
7 min
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Spring Clean Your Life: 4 Ways to Get Rid of Ne...
If you’re not taking stock of the things you tell yourself on the regular, guess what--you’re going to make the same choices that led you to feeling like you needed that detox and that de-cluttering in the first place. 
8 min
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Money Mantras: Pay Yourself First EP: 416
Your highest priority is NOT to make sure that your bills are paid. It’s to make sure that YOU are paid. And how you do that is today’s money mantra.
8 min
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Money Mantras: Buy What You Need, Pay What It C...
It's easy to get caught up in the hunt for low prices--believe me, I know the thrill of a bargain well! But are you saving money if you buy something you never use on sale?
7 min
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Money Mantras: Think Like a Breadwinner EP: 414
Too many of us--especially women--only focus on being able to pay our bills. While honorable, doing so prevents us from thinking about how to build wealth and create financial freedom. Jennifer Barrett, author of Think Like a Breadwinner, aims to...
17 min
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Money Mantras: A Mental Reframe for Money (or L...
Let’s say there’s something that you’re NOT buying because it feels out of reach in some way. If you tell yourself--or someone else--that you can’t afford it, or you’re too broke--you’re basically putting energy in to this idea that you...
5 min
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Money Mantras: There’s More Where That Came Fro...
Although it feels like one, money is NOT a finite resource. They print more money every day. And yet, we tend to think of money as a zero sum game--once it’s gone, it’s gone. Today's mantra helps you shift out of that perception of lack.
5 min
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Pandemic Real Talk: End of Quarantine Blues? EP...
When I saw the gif, it hit me. It was a drawing of a woman hugging a house and it said "Quarantine Forever" as hearts pulsed around head. I was feeling something surprising, even confusing--some sadness that quarantine will end. 
8 min
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Pandemic Real Talk: The Only Way to Build Endur...
What we’re being called to grow our resilience. Because you can’t build resilience when everything’s hunky dory. Where we are right now is like the bottom of a push-up. Do you know how push-ups work? I didn’t. 
6 min
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Pandemic Real Talk: How to Spend Your Stimulus ...
Today I’m talking with Beverly Harzog, an expert on debt and credit cards and consumer finance analyst for US News & World Report, who has a great way of making financial subjects--especially emotionally-charged ones, like debt--very practical.
14 min
330
Pandemic Real Talk: The Cost of Making Impossib...
For the last year, we have all been having to make impossible choices. Deciding between mental health and physical health, and individual health versus community health, or financial health versus mental health. I share two guidelines for making these...
7 min
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Pandemic Real Talk: The Guilt of Doing OK EP: 407
I’m hearing from folks from all walks of life is that if they are doing basically OK--they haven’t lost their job, or a loved one, they aren’t in financial or physical peril--they feel guilty about it. Let's talk about it.
9 min
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Re-Emergence: This One Question Will Help You R...
Today’s big idea is that even though we are undoubtedly living through a time of re-emergence, we need to be mindful of how we do it. After all, we just went through something just epically scary and exhausting. Expecting that we can just rush...
5 min
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Re-Emergence: An Easy Spring Detox (that Helps ...
One thing that can make you NOT want to re-emerge after the long pandemic winter is seasonal allergies. Here's a simple and powerful detox that helps you shake off winter AND ward off the spring sniffles and sluggishness.
7 min
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Re-Emergence: Update Your Style to Reflect the...
What we wear is is a great vehicle for expressing who we are now. And frankly, since we’ve been inside wearing sweatpants for a year now, it's also something we might be feeling a little rusty about. Today I'm interviewing Elysha Lenkin, a fashion...
19 min
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Re-Emergence: We Have Forgotten How to Talk to ...
Just like any muscle that gets weaker when you don’t use it, we’re all rusty and awkward when it comes to talking with other people. Tip today isn’t any specific social skill. It’s simply this...
6 min
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3 Hacks to Adapt to Daylight Savings Time EP: 402
In honor of today being the first work day since daylight savings time began, I’m sharing three strategies that will help you minimize the aftershocks of moving the clocks forward a full hour in one night.
7 min
337
Building New Habits: Avoiding the Dreaded Backs...
There are many obstacles to creating and assimilating new habits that help us become better people. I mean, of course, otherwise we would all be walking around as the best possible version of ourselves and wouldn’t that be grand? Here's how to...
8 min
338
Building New Habits: The Special Sauce for Mak...
You catch more flies with honey than with vinegar. Which means that in order to really cement in a new habit, it helps to reward yourself and savor every benefit you notice that it does to beat yourself up.
6 min
339
Building New Habits: How to Finally Start Doing...
Today I’m interviewing Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, a New York City cardiologist, and author of Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum’s Heart Book: Every Woman’s Guide to a Heart-Healthy Life. Suzanne has been on helping her patients prioritize their own health by...
16 min
340
Building New Habits: Pro Tip for Staying on Tra...
How do you actually remember to do a new habit? And hold yourself accountable for doing it even when it's inconvenient? The truth is that what you track improves, because what you focus on grows. So here's how to track your new habit.
6 min
341
Building New Habits: The Secret to Making Thing...
There is a way to make creating a new habit a lot easier and a lot less of a cognitive lift--and that is by linking the new thing you want to do to some existing habit that’s already ingrained in your brain. 
6 min
342
Breaking Old Habits: Don’t Let Your Ego Do This...
Trying to become better is not a reason for feeling bad about yourself. You will mess up. You will backslide. You will completely forget. And it is OK. All you need to do is simply start again.
5 min
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Breaking Old Habits: Be Real About the Costs EP...
Today’s big idea is that because habits are so unconscious and so well-worn, it can take a really big dose of motivation to get you to take action and then to sustain that action. The good news is that I’m going to share a great motivator with...
6 min
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Breaking Old Habits--Getting Off Sugar, an Inte...
 I had the privilege of working with today’s guest, Dr. Daryl Gioffree, on his new book, Get Off Your Sugar and not only does he know his stuff, but he’s passionate about helping folks get healthy and just a really good guy. I get him to...
20 min
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Breaking Old Habits: You Need a Plan (Plus, Wha...
In order to successfully outrun an already established habit, you’ve got to have a plan. Otherwise, you’re going to be winging it, and likely to run right off the road when you hit any kind of bump. 
7 min
346
Breaking Old Habits: It All Starts with This On...
Habits are like icebergs--you can perceive just the tip of them, when actually most of them exist underneath the surface of your awareness. You can’t just throw some dirt and some grass seed on the tip of an iceberg and turn it into a...
9 min
347
Spotlight on Self-Care: What Do Dirty Dishes Ha...
Today’s big idea is controversial. And it is that household chores, like doing the dishes or folding the laundry CAN be done in such a way that they qualify as self-care. Gasp!
8 min
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Spotlight on Self-Care: Are Hobbies Self-Care? ...
Most people think self-care means getting a massage, or a pedicure, or taking a yoga class, but little things like doodling, cooking, and even stamp collecting can help you keep yourself in a good spot. Kevin, a listener who collects stamps, shares...
8 min
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Sex as Self-Care, an interview with Alicia Gauv...
Whether it's with a partner, or yourself, sex is an indisputable part of being a person and therefore has a role to play in being a better person. It's also an important way that we take care of ourselves on multiple levels--physical and...
22 min
350
The Self-Care of Learning New Things EP: 388
Although there’s nothing pampering about trying something you’ve never done and, let’s face it, probably doing pretty badly at first, opening your mind and possibly your body up to a new skill or discipline is a great way to keep your mind...
9 min
351
When Your Self-Care Unleashes Big Feels EP: 387
While self-care is a wonderful thing, in can also be an occasion for you to come face to face with all kinds of different emotions--sadness, anger, grief, shame, agitation, you name it. And since many of us have a tendency to not want to experience...
9 min
352
Spotlight on Self-Care: Pro Tip--Make Time for ...
When you think of the ‘self’ in self care, you probably think about your body and your mind. But today I’m talking about a way to take care of your energetic--aka your vibe.
7 min
353
Self-Care Can Be Things You Don’t Really Want t...
Sometimes self-care is the equivalent of eating your lima beans (or insert your other least favorite vegetable). And while that’s not sexy or particularly exciting, it’s OK. Because perhaps viewing these not-so-pleasurable things as important...
5 min
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Making Self-Care More Than a Buzzword EP: 384
You can here so much about self-care that it starts to smell a little off to you. I totally get that, and so does today's guest, with Macala Lacy, a community-based yoga teacher, mental health therapist, and wellness educator based in Los Angeles. She...
19 min
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Spotlight on Self-Care: Sometimes All You Need ...
While we think of self-care as something you DO--like yoga, or meditation--self-care doesn’t always have to be an action. Sometimes it’s a decision--a simple yes or no.
5 min
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Spotlight on Self-Care: Build the Self-Care Hab...
This week on the podcast is all about self-care--something we all need to do, and often need reminders to do, and now, in the midst of this pandemic winter, our self-care requirements are higher than ever. Also, what else are you going to do??
6 min
357
What My Dry January Taught Me EP: 381
I just spent the month of January NOT drinking, and it really gave me some insights that surprised me, in terms of how it made me feel and also in what I learned about drinking’s specific effects on women, on the individual and collective level.
7 min
358
3 Ways to Get Around Impostor Syndrome EP: 380
Today's episode is a listener-suggested topic: that feeling that you're a fraud and you're going to get found out. Ugh so many thoughts about this one! Including three ways through it.
7 min
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How to Eat for Better Mental Health, an intervi...
A lot of us are feeling anxious or depressed, and meds and therapists can help, they aren’t the only tools we have. One of the tools that most people don’t consider to be related to mental health is nutrition. So I’m interviewing my go-to...
19 min
360
Books That Made Me a Better Person in 2020, Par...
Today on the podcast I’m sharing the final four books that are on my list of 8 Books that Made Me a Better Person in 2020. These aren’t necessarily the books I loved the most during 2020, although some of these were absolutely transporting reads....
9 min
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Books That Made Me a Better Person in 2020, Par...
We can't be part of the solution for a problem we don’t truly understand--the books I chose for this list will open your eyes, mind, and heart to seeing the world differently. More clearly. They will build your resolve to be part of the solution,...
11 min
362
De-Cluttering: Where to Start EP: 376
Today's episode will help you figure out where to start your de-cluttering process--what will give you the biggest bang for your buck without being too overwhelming.
6 min
363
De-Cluttering: Is It Bad to Give Away Things Yo...
Sure, de-cluttering sounds like a good idea, but what about those sentimental things that you don’t use, don’t need, but the thought of getting rid of them gives you a little pang? Namely, things you received as gifts, and things that were created...
6 min
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5 Minute Routines to Help You Get Organized, an...
Today I’m interviewing Katie McCann, a professional organizer in Westchester, NY and owner of the award-winning home organization company, Haven. Katie’s not just a whiz at organizing and de-cluttering, she’s also great at the emotional side of...
12 min
365
De-Cluttering: Making Space for Who You Are EP:...
De-cluttering isn’t just about getting rid of things, it’s about making room for what you need now and what will help you create a future you want. In other words, it’s an essential part of the process of making space for who you are--which is...
5 min
366
De-Cluttering: Letting Go of Who You Were (or W...
Today’s big idea is that there’s a huge component to de-cluttering that can stop you in your tracks, and that’s the mental and emotional side of getting rid of stuff. Specifically, how to decide what you’re ready to let go of, and how to...
10 min
367
Mantras for 2021: Reimagine the Possible EP: 371
I chose this as a final mantra for 2021 because there’s a common desire for things to get back to normal. I get it, I do. I want to go inside my friends' houses, send my kids off to summer camp, travel somewhere, make plans… But on a deeper level,...
6 min
368
Mantras for 2021: Stronger Together EP: 370
On the heels of a Presidential election when it feels like the gap between Democrat and Republican is a gaping hole it’s easy to be more aware of differences than similarities. Stronger together means we’re in this together--this life, this...
6 min
369
Mantras for 2021: How Mantras Make Life Easier,...
Today I’m interviewing Sonia Satra, an actress who played Lucy Cooper Spaulding on the Guiding Light for five years and is now the founder of Moticise--a mind-body practice that helps you create a life that you want. Sonia’s got a great origin...
20 min
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Mantras for 2021: What’s Been Revealed Can Be H...
Today’s mantra is so helpful to remind yourself of this truth in response to all kinds of upsetting news or developments, big or small, personal or national. After all, you can’t change a habit you don’t know you have, and you can’t heal...
7 min
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Mantras for 2021: It’s OK Not to Be OK EP: 367
Because we’ve been living through a hard time that is not over yet, particularly in regard to the pandemic,this week on the podcast I’m talking about mantras that can help us stay grounded, hopeful, and helpful during 2021.
9 min
372
Find Your Motivation: Maybe You Need to Do Noth...
Sometimes a lack of motivation can mean you’re just all around tired. In which case you should just let yourself off the hook and rest. 
5 min
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Find Your Motivation: Heed the Signs EP: 365
You may THINK you don’t have motivation to do something, but that just might be on a cognitive level. You might actually have a deeper desire to get going on something... if only you can recognize it. And a great way to do that is to tune in to the...
6 min
374
Find Your Motivation: Motivation Is Bullshit, w...
Today I’m talking to Terri Trespicio. Who, says she doesn't believe in motivation. And who, whether she likes it or not, is a motivational speaker. Her Ted talk "Stop Searching for Your Passion" has gotten over 6 million views. Today she shares what...
13 min
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Find Your Motivation: Calculate Your Ripple EP:...
Sometimes it takes thinking about how your actions affect other people to really get yourself into gear. And usually, when we are avoiding doing something, we’re not thinking about other people. And I say we should be.
5 min
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Find Your Motivation: Procrastinate Productivel...
Like most things in life, procrastination isn’t 100% bad or 100% good. It’s what you make of it. And I’m saying, some procrastination can actually be helpful. 
8 min
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Find Your Motivation: Think About After EP: 361
Remember how Bugs Bunny would smell something yummy, like a roast chicken, and he would start floating in the air towards it? Well, envisioning how good you’ll feel after you’ve done something is the real life equivalent of that.
6 min
378
Find Your Motivation: Consider the Costs EP: 360
If there’s something that you’re wanting to do, or needing to do, and you’re not doing it, a good way to get yourself motivated is to think about the ways your inaction is costing you.
7 min
379
Staying Motivated Over the Long-Term, an Interv...
Hayley Krischer is author of the amazing and important book about sexual assault, Something Happened to Ali Greenleaf. Hayley worked on this book, which is her first, for over 20 years, and she’s got a thing or two to share about how to find your...
18 min
380
Find Your Motivation: Take the Next Right Step...
It’s tempting to feel like you have to wait to get motivated before you take any action, when the truth is, getting going will put wind in your sails and get your motivation humming. Here's how to get into motion.
6 min
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Find Your Motivation EP: 357
This week on the podcast, I’m focusing on motivation. Because it’s an important thing at any time, but it’s something we’re even more interested in at the start of the year. And, after a year like 2020, which was so um, eventful, and...
8 min
382
5 Questions for an Awesome New Year: Question N...
I know you’re not supposed to pick favorites of your own creations, but today's question is kind of my favorite! It influences everything that you do in the new year, and even if you never set one goal afterward, it can change your life.
5 min
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5 Questions for an Awesome New Year: Question N...
You’ve REALLY got to work hard not to censor yourself when answering this question, because your ego will just love to chime in and say, 'What are you thinking? That’s not possible.' It's so important that you name your true answers anyway.
5 min
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5 Questions for an Awesome New Year: Question 3...
Today I’m inviting my friend, business coach Brittany Drozd, on to the podcast to share one of her favorite questions that she likes to ask herself and her clients at the start of the new year. It's not one you're likely to hear in any...
12 min
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5 Questions for an Awesome New Year: Question N...
Today's question is also about looking back, but with a much more positive lens than yesterday's focus. It helps raise your energy and access gratitude.
5 min
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5 Questions for an Awesome New Year: Question N...
This week on the podcast, this first full week of the new year, I’m doing things just a little bit different in that in each episode, I’m posing one question to ask yourself to help you process 2020 and wrap your head and your heart around 2021.
5 min
387
A Foolproof Strategy for Kicking Off a Great Ye...
New Year’s Day is a super potent time for setting the tone for the rest of the year. You want to do something on this first day of 2021 that blazes a trail for how you’d like the rest of the year to go. I've got a simple guideline that helps...
5 min
388
Restore Thyself: Give Yourself Alllll the Credi...
It can be very heartening to give yourself credit for all the many things you’ve been taking care of, and recognize yourself for your accomplishments--big, tiny, and everything in between. It can help show your ego that you actually deserve to rest,...
5 min
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Restore Thyself: Processing a Nutty Year So You...
Something that makes this whole process a lot more effective is processing what’s come before, so that you don’t have to keep carrying it around with you. My dear friend Paige Chapman, a self-care coach and owner of the virtual yoga studio...
13 min
390
Restore Thyself: The No. 1 Secret to Getting Mo...
One of the best ways to restore yourself is to sleep. Now, sleep is a huge topic that could fill many episodes. Just for today, I’m going to talk about the number one way to make sure you get the rest you need.
4 min
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Restore Thyself EP: 347
This week is the final week of 2020. Normally, I’d be talking to you about finishing strong, or taking stock of the year that just happened, or setting goals for next year. But this is not that time. This final week of the year on the podcast is...
6 min
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A Poem that Perfectly Captures My Wish for 2021...
To keep things short today, so that no matter what plans you do or don’t have to celebrate Christmas or not celebrate Christmas you’ll have a few extra minutes, I’m sharing a poem I recently discovered that has been like a balm for my soul. It's...
5 min
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Spotlight on Anxiety: Your Return Ticket from A...
Anxiety is often the result of living in the future--thinking about what hasn’t happened yet, perhaps even dreading it, or just trying to anticipate what might be coming down the pike. The way out of anxiety is to pull your attention back to the...
7 min
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Spotlight on Anxiety: Two Important Supplements...
There are two supplements that crop up in articles and books, as well as in the scientific literature, over and over as being important players in brain health, mood, and in things like depression and anxiety. But most of us don't think of them...
9 min
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Spotlight on Anxiety: Try This Breath to Get Ou...
In the coaching world anxiety is often described as excitement without breath. So let's do a REALLY easy--and calming!--breathing exercise to help redirect your body and your attention away from anxiety.
6 min
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Spotlight on Anxiety: Build Your Trust Muscles ...
A fairly common trigger of anxiety is thinking about all the things that are left to be done. We want to feel like everything is taken care of before we allow ourselves to settle down and just chill. But here’s the thing: That’s never gonna happen.
8 min
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Spotlight on Anxiety: Are You Rehearsing Unhap...
So often, when you are feeling anxious, if you examine the thoughts you’ll find that you’re pre-living out an imagined situation--and generally not a positive situation. It's like you're rehearsing unhappiness. Here's how to stop.
7 min
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Spotlight on Anxiety: Schedule Your Worry Time ...
Taking a page from project management, today I’m talking about scheduling your worry time so that you can put up some boundaries around your attention without having to try to stop worrying altogether, which is a pretty tall--as in...
6 min
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Spotlight on Anxiety: Tips from an Anxiety Pro ...
Today I’m interviewing the fabulous Leigh Medeiros, author of The 1-Minute Writer, a developmental editor, and a creativity coach. and someone who has lived with at times severe anxiety for over 30 years for her tips on anxiety's lessons, as well as...
19 min
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Spotlight on Anxiety: Two Acupressure Points to...
There are two spots on your body that really help quiet the swirling thoughts of anxiety according to Traditional Chinese Medicine. Today I talk you through how to find them and stimulate them.
7 min