Podcast: EP 52 Activating Your Feminine

Podcast: EP 52 Activating Your Feminine

This is a juicy conversation just for you.

 

I have been reconnecting to my feminine side for years now and it has been transformational. It feels like drinking a sweet honey, a beautiful nourishment, and it has brought so much life and richness to everything I do.

I’m sharing some of the best practices that I’ve built into my life to stay connected to my femininity and the power that I’ve found by doing this. I hope you join me and taste the same joy I’ve found.

“What helps you feel vibrant and vivacious?”

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Show notes:

  • What the feminine state feels like (1:45)
  • How to begin reconnecting to your femininity (5:25)
  • The difference between the feminine and masculine energies (7:50)
  • Practices to connect to your feminine side daily (11:30)

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Podcast: EP 47 Prepare the Soil for the Seeds

Podcast: EP 47 Prepare the Soil for the Seeds

Before we plan, let’s prepare.

 

As this year draws to a close, I’m thinking about my goals and dreams for next year. But first, I’m inviting you to do something that I know makes a huge difference — let’s prepare to plant new seeds.

I’m sharing 3 of the best ways to prepare yourself, your space, and your life to manifest powerful goals in the new year.

“There’s nothing missing from your life. You simply must make room for it.”

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Show notes:

  • Step 1: Cleansing (5:20)
  • Step 2: Nourishing (15:55)
  • Step 3: Resting (22:51)

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Podcast: EP 44 A Soft Space to Land

Podcast: EP 44 A Soft Space to Land

Let’s take a breath together.

 

With the year we’ve had, it’s time to double down on self-care. I know I talk a lot about this, but it’s more relevant than ever.

I’m inviting you in this episode to just land in a safe place with me for a bit. To re-visit what nourishment feels like, what self-care looks like for you, and how important it is for doing better, feeling better, and grounding ourselves.

“What if I could become the safest place I know?”

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Show notes:

  • The power of choosing to come home to you during a challenging time (3:45)
  • How self-care helps us do better (5:15)
  • Tools for investing in self-care (10:20)

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Podcast: EP 35 The Permission + Power of Play

I’ve got an unusual invitation for you.

 

If you know me well, you know I have an alter ego my friends call “Summer Tiff.” It’s the person I become in the summer months, when play becomes a big priority. This came about from a wake up call I had about four years ago, when I realized my priorities were not aligned with my joy.

In this episode, I’m inviting you to play more. To let yourself have fun. To see it as a business and relationship strategy for success. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.

“Everything is energy.”

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Podcast: EP 34 Vivacious Living with Mary Crafts

Podcast: EP 34 Vivacious Living with Mary Crafts

I’m sharing one of my dearest friends on the show.

 

Mary is a sister to me, a dear friend, a light, an inspiration, and so much more. We’ve gotten to know each other over the past two years and what a gift that has been. I wanted to share her story on the podcast because I know everyone will relate to her beautiful transformation from fear to love.

Mary Crafts is…quite simply…. a living legend. From humble beginnings and dire circumstances, she invested blood, sweat and countless tears into building what would become the most celebrated catering company in Utah.

That multi-million dollar empire became the launching pad for so much more. Today, Mary has handed the reins of her catering empire to her incredibly gifted children who have taken her company to the next level, while Mary turns her attention to helping others build their dreams.

 

In this conversation, Mary shares her story of a huge wake-up call at 50 years old, her journey of learning to face her fears, lose excess weight, transform her life, and even climb Mt. Kilimanjaro at the age of 65. Get ready for an amazing story – Mary is the example that anything is possible.

“What would I do today if I wasn’t afraid?”

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show notes

  • The wake up call and health transformation Mary went through at age 50 (2:45)
  • Why we can be afraid to lose excess weight or improve our health (6:22)
  • How to begin a reinvention of self-love (8:47)
  • The importance of grace and grit to a strong person (14:30)
  • What prompted Mary to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro at age 65 (17:20)
  • The phrase that got Mary to the top of the mountain (21:55)
  • The passage from fear to love (34:01)

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Podcast: EP 32 When the Weeds Return

I’m revisiting an old lesson.

 

If you’ve ever judged yourself for repeating the same mistakes, struggling with the same insecurities, or not progressing in a perfectly linear path, this episode is for you. I’ve been having the same conversation with many friends and clients lately about why we tend to judge ourselves in how we progress. It’s easy to notice yourself struggling with something you thought you had “mastered” and assume you failed.

I’m here to remind you that progress is a process, a practice, and it requires constant revisiting of the things we have already become aware of. Just like weeding a garden, self-improvement and healing are a constant practice. And we’re all revisiting our same lessons again and again, in new ways.

“It doesn’t mean you’re a lost cause, it means you’re a progressionary human.”

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