Podcast: EP 129 Letting Go of The Old to Make Room for The New

Podcast: EP 129 Letting Go of The Old to Make Room for The New

In this episode, Tiffany Peterson reflects on the importance of letting go of the old to make room for the new in our lives. She discusses the process of attracting new desires and manifestations by releasing the old, whether it’s at the beginning of the year or any time we seek change. Tiffany emphasizes the significance of clarity, visioning, meditation, and declaration in creating space for new goals and dreams to come to fruition.

 

 

“Nothing is missing in your life. You simply must make room for the new.”

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show notes

  • Letting go to invite new. (00:50)
  • Making room for the new. (06:43)
  • Cleansing and releasing energy. (10:07)
  • Embracing change and evolution. (12:48)
  • Letting go for new beginnings. (15:58)

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Podcast: EP 125 Diving Deep in Relationships

Podcast: EP 125 Diving Deep in Relationships

We’re talking about relationships.

 

I hosted a Coaching and Charcuterie event this month, a live podcast Q&A recording, and I’m bringing you some of the best conversations from that evening on the show! We’re kicking off with a whole episode dedicated to the conversation my husband Brett and I had at the end of the evening about our partnership, dating, self-care, and more. You’ll hear audience questions, laughter, stories, and insights into how men and women can create healthy, balanced lives that attract good partners.

“One of the best things you can do for your partner is to get more serious about your own self-care.”

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show notes

  • What it looks like to love seeing your partner shine (3:50)
  • Why it’s so important to feel good in your own skin by yourself (10:30)
  • How men can practice healthy self-care in relationship (12:20)
  • Ways women can support their husbands in becoming more emotionally verbal (18:10)
  • The garbage can metaphor that works for us in communication and venting (30:00)

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Podcast: EP 124 Protect Your Peace + Your Dreams with Trent Shelton

Podcast: EP 124 Protect Your Peace + Your Dreams with Trent Shelton

Do you want more peace in your life?

 

I love today’s guest and every time I see him, I get excited. He is a good friend and a light in this world, and I’m so happy to bring him back on the podcast to talk about his new book.

Trent Shelton is a renowned mindset specialist and self-worth mentor. He is a retired NFL player who discovered his true calling by inspiring others to achieve their full potential with a championship mindset. Trent travels the world speaking to packed arenas and and inspiring his audiences with his powerful messages full of courage and wisdom. 

Trent reaches over 60 million people weekly through his hard-hitting videos that resonate with audiences worldwide. He is a multiple-time author and podcast host of the show Straight Up! with Trent Shelton.

In this episode, Trent shares what he has learned from years of practice about how to protect your peace, create powerful boundaries, and live your healthiest, best life.

“Boundaries aren’t laws, they’re bridges to lead you to what you need in life.”

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show notes

  • The 3 ways to protect your peace (4:15)
  • A different way to think about boundaries allowing you to be abundant (8:50)
  • What Trent learned from his first ever speech (18:30)
  • What it looks like to protect your soul (21:48)

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Podcast: EP 122 Be Seen with Jen Gottlieb

Podcast: EP 122 Be Seen with Jen Gottlieb

 

I know you are going to love today’s episode. It’s with one of the best speakers I know, who just wrote an incredible book about what it takes to be seen as who you really are — and why it’s so important that you are.

Jen Gottlieb is a powerhouse entrepreneur, international speaker, host of the I Dare You Podcast, and co-founder of Super Connector Media – an award-winning training, events, and online education company. With a successful five-year stint as a VH1 host and a career as a Broadway actress, Jen has been making waves in the entrepreneurial world by teaching business owners how to build profitable brands and become “The Recognized Expert” in their field.

As a sought-after speaker, Jen has shared the stage with top thought-leaders and celebrities, includingGary Vaynerchuk, Marie Forleo, Eric Thomas, Emmit Smith, Snoop Dogg, and Martha Stewart. Her work has been featured in Forbes, Business Insider, Maxim, Goop, Women’s Health, and other major publications.

Jen’s company, Super Connector Media, was recently listed on the INC 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in America, and Jen herself was named one of the “Top 50 Speakers in The World” by Real Leaders Magazine.

Despite her many accolades, Jen remains a true New Yorker at heart and shares her Manhattan home with her husband Chris and their three adorable dogs, Tammie, Teddy, and King Arthurs. 

In this episode, Jen shares the story behind her amazing career, why she had to read her own book to give her the courage to be seen, and what is possible when you leave behind the fear of judgment about who you are.

“We get so wrapped up in worrying about what other people think of us that we forget that it’s not about us at all.”

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show notes

  • (8:00) Why we get so tangled in fear about being seen for who we are
  • (12:25) What to do when you feel blocked by fear of judgment
  • (21:25) The letter writing exercise that can create a powerful shift
  • (26:55) The power of listening to your future self to create a big vision

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Podcast: EP 121 Plant Your Seeds with Tara Starling

Podcast: EP 121 Plant Your Seeds with Tara Starling

What do you really want?

 

I am talking with one of my dearest and oldest friends on the podcast today. She has so much wisdom to share, but this conversation is about dreams, desires, manifestation, planting seeds and harvesting them, and believing it’s all possible.

Tara Starling’s life is equal parts dirt and glitter. As a bestselling author, celebrity makeup artist, TEDx speaker, flower farmer, world humanitarian, avowed chocolate snob, goat trainer, and tiara collector, she draws upon a large and varied tapestry of life experiences in her writing.

She and her husband Michael split time between their home in Salt Lake City and their hobby farm, StarFord Shire, in the Ozarks of Missouri. Tara’s greatest joy comes from sharing with others the inside story aboutTrue Beauty, and the principles and practices that anyone can use to create a beautiful life.

In this episode, Tara shares the stories of becoming a flower farmer, an author, a coach, and keeping her makeup artist career alive all while pursuing her big dreams. She will inspire you to yes to your dreams.

“There is a spiritual power to dreams. They have a will.”

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show notes

  • (7:00) How Tara went from being to makeup artist to being a flower farmer
  • (11:30) Why the seasons of our lives reflect nature and the laws of creation
  • (17:45) The 3 basic steps to the law of creation
  • (24:00) Why it’s okay to dream big
  • (35:20) The magic coins of gratitude and love
  • (45:00 What happens when we take one step towards our dreams

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