Oct 19, 2020

Welcome to Part 2 of ‘Ask Me Anything,’ where I’ll answer more personal questions, as promised!

If you haven’t yet seen Part 1, check it out after this…I dive into business-related questions from the community about sales, growth mindset, and knowing when and who to hire.

These questions are straight from the horse’s mouth…my clients!

So in this episode, we’re going to shift from business to personal. 

There was such a generous overflow of valuable questions, that it was really hard for me to narrow down which ones best fit this Part 2, as I wanted to give you the best bang for your time. 

I’ve plucked a few very intimate questions like: 

  • How do you handle criticism? 
  • How do you schedule your time? 
  • How do you shift your mindset away from patterns that aren’t serving you?

This episode is filled to the brim with my most beloved mental health practices and organization hacks. Once you see the other side of the coin, you’ll have insight into how closely my personal life and my brand are actually connected.

What We Talk About In This Episode:

  • Co-parenting and being divorced
  • Juggling family members  
  • The importance of saving brain space
  • Shifting away from self-sabotage 
  • Demolishing unhelpful belief systems and narratives 
  • My Sunday night routine and Google calendar 
  • Time blocking and outsourcing tasks 
  • Empowering my children by giving them a voice
  • Promoting positivity from a privileged position
  • Mental “check-ins” after harsh feedback 
  • Finding truth through self-inquiry
  • How to build trust through vulnerability 
  • Balancing sensitivity for all personality types
  • Sharing “wins” with others during the pandemic 
  • Choosing not to cater to the negative audience
  • What “toxic positivity” means and how it cripples perspective

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What mental health practices pay off the most for you? I would love to hear all about it. Visit me on Instagram which is currently my favourite way to connect. 

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