In this episode, we talk about the “continuum of life experience” and how we’re susceptible to all of the input we receive on a daily basis. We cover self-talk, how social media affects our mentality and how to handle the fact that our lives and how we react to what life throws at us can change over time.
In the 2nd part of our 4-part series together, Sarah Campbell and I take a basic look at how our brains work for us and against us. We talk about the “myth” of balance and understanding the messages our brains give us that can either help us improve or stand in our way. We also discuss the importance of technology detoxes and the need for human connection.
In Part 3 of our 4-part series together, Sarah Campbell is back and we’re talking about a process oriented perspective versus a personal one. As coaches, we frequently encourage our clients to “trust the process” while the world around us pushes back our reactions can be quite personal by comparison and it’s difficult to detach emotions from real life. Sarah and I take some time to unravel those messages in this episode.
Want to become more assertive without being a bitch?
You know that feeling of saying yes to a client that you actually really don’t want to work with, or you’re at a party when you’d really, reaaally rather be at home watching Netflix?
That’s not a good feeling to have. You need to ensure you’re always taking care of your health and wellbeing, and that in part comes down to making sure you’re filling your life with fulfilling activities.
How can I get out of overwhelm and take better care of myself while running my own business? – FastForwardAmy Show Episode 08
Often when people start their own business, it’s because they want freedom.
Freedom to make their own choices.
Freedom to live life on their terms.
Freedom to feel good and powerful.
But suddenly the business takes off, you get a bunch of demanding clients, and your to-do list explodes. You’re drowning in overwhelm, can hardly keep track of the millions of things people are waiting for from you, and you find yourself as far away as possible from that freedom you so desperately wanted.
Raised in Alaska, lives in Idaho,
moving to Montana,
loves German Shepherds.
I've always noticed things other people didn't.
From a very early age, I had the ability to understand why people do what they do- what they were reacting to that they were unaware of, and how it affected their relationships and lives.
Now I use that information, plus 30 years of experience teaching and coaching people to craft courses that address the most common patterns I see that cause us to feel unhappy. My goal is to teach you the skills you need to have a life of more joy and meaning.
in no particular order
These people have taught me, supported me, and inspired me.