A trigger is something that sets off an emotional response in you.
You may get angry, annoyed, upset, frustrated. You may react with judgment, avoidance, or apathy.
Either way, if something is triggering an emotional response in you, that trigger is an indicator that there is an internal conflict or an unresolved issue that needs to be addressed.
And if you don’t address it, it will continue to control you.
Today on the podcast, I will be sharing about a difficult time I went through in my business and how I pulled myself through with new lessons and a new perspective.
Thriving through hard times is all about managing your mind and changing what you focus on. Easier said than done, yes, but definitely doable. Learning to change your thoughts and taking the lessons that come through challenges is what makes a great business owner, with a sustainable and successful future.
Where are you listening to your excuses? Where are they keeping you playing small? Are they excuses or a self-sabotaging behavior? It’s time to let go of the reasons and excuses why you’re not achieving what you want in life. It’s time to raise your standards and find a new way to change your excuses […]
Julie Parker is the Founder of The Beautiful You Coaching Academy where she passionately trains and supports heart-centered people to become life coaches. The Editor in Chief of inspired COACH Magazine, a published author and an in demand speaker, Julie has inspired thousands of people on stages all over the world and is the recipient of numerous leadership and women’s business awards.
The Impostor Syndrome is fear-based thinking where we believe that we are unworthy of our own success or achievements. It’s where we fear being found out that we’re a fraud and dismiss our own worthiness.
What is a scarcity mindset? A scarcity mindset is where we focus on everything that is missing in our lives, of all the things we want and don’t have, of all the ways we can’t have what we want and everything that’s lacking.
From some one or something to be able to do what you want to do, become who you want to become or say the things you want to say?
Permission isn’t handed out to people who are waiting for it. It’s given to those who demand it and take it without asking.
Why do you think we need permission?
Rules of authority or credibility. Sometimes, these ‘rules’ get internalized. We take in the idea that we cannot do things without ‘permission’ from some authority. And this seems right and natural, part of who we are, but in today’s world, being an adult we must learn to create our own inner authority to find the courage and conviction to trust yourself, and give yourself the permission.