Let’s face it. We all have our inner journeys and the compulsion to improve, yet how can we both be growing and improving without feeling less than or inadequate? It’s a trap. ENTER: Danielle LaPorte – a best-selling author (White Hot Truth, The Fire Starter Sessions, and The Desire Map), poet, former think tank executive and business strategist – and she’s on the podcast today to help us, among other things, to reconcile these competing principles.
As one of Oprah Winfrey’s “Super Soul 100 Leaders”, Danielle is a sage at helping us answer life’s biggest questions for ourselves. And, while taking care of one’s self + staying true to who we are seem both obvious and something that should be easy…but why – if you’re at all like me- is doing both waaay harder than it should be. Again, Danielle to the rescue in this amazing episode of the show, served up nicely for you 😉
Also in today’s episode, Danielle and I discuss:
- SELF LOVE. How to love yourself now, even though you are not where you want to be.
- Modern day life. How is it that social media can be both medicine and poison? It’s essential for business and getting your work out there, but being addicted to growth is killing us. How can we reconcile this?
- The secret. How about “conscious growth”, including saying no to some things because that’s the most nourishing thing you need. And how to know what these things are – and what they are not.
- Why we MUST be our own guru…. We all have the capacity to know the answers we seek in our own heart, yet we struggle to listen. WHY?
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