One of the biggest lessons I've learned in my 12-year relationship with my husband is that we are on the same team. Together, we are better. Bigger.
Have you ever wondered why some people can walk into a room and command everyone's attention with their confidence? According to Tony Wrighton, host of the Zestology podcast, we can actually use neuro-hacking to increase our confidence. Today on the podcast he shares techniques and exercises to do this.
Check out more from Tony on his website.
Just because you can't do it today, doesn't mean you can't start. Get your ass moving. :) LET'S GO!
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Marisa Molina had dieted her entire life. She thought that it was the way we were supposed to live. That was, until she found intuitive eating. Now founder of Hello Beautiful Health, she lives and teaches people how to create a healthy relationship with food. Today on the podcast, we talk about:
Why do I keep binge eating?
How to stop emotional eating
Why diets don't work
What we can do NOW to begin building our intuitive eating skills
To learn more, go to HelloBeautifulHealth.com
And to find show notes and more, go to KristyArnett.com
The song featured on this podcast is "Slow Burn" by Autograf.
Adam started out with only $194 and a limited ability to speak English but was able to build and sell his first 7-figure business in less than 10 years. Today on the podcast, he talks about how to shift the focus to make a bigger impact.
It's what we do, it's who we be that communicates to people.
When Michelle Patterson was in 8th grade, she struggled to fit in at school, but when she had the opportunity to interview the Governor of the California at the time, George Deukmejian everything changed. When the interview was over, George leaned down and said, "That was the best interview I've ever had." From that moment on, Michelle's view of herself shifted. She mattered.
Little did she know that two-and-half decades later, Michelle would have the opportunity to continue a legacy that Deukmajian started - The California Women's Conference.
After discovering the alarming rate of failure of women-owned business, Deukmajian started the conference as a way for women to come together and gain the support they need to succeed personally and professionally. The event grew in exposure every year, attracting speakers include the Dalai Lama, Oprah and Barbara Walters.
The conference is now led Michelle Patterson who is CEO of Women Network, a media and production company. She is also founder of Global Women Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit public charity created to bring women together to create global change by empowering them to transform their communities, which will be benefiting from the proceeds of the event.
This May, the California Women’s Conference will celebrate its 30th year and will take place May 10-11 at the Long Beach Convention Center. The two-day event will feature several hundred speakers, including thought leaders, entertainers, entrepreneurs and industry executives who are committed to improving the lives of women.
I'll be speaking at the conference as well! There are tickets and VIP tables still available. I would LOVE to see you there.
(The song featured on this show is "Slow Burn" by Autograf.