Did you know peri-menopause can start as early as 35 years old According to my guest, Nicki Williams, this is something many women are not aware of and because the symptoms can be blamed on so many other things, even doctors fail to figure it out. Tune in to this episode to find out what you can do to decrease symptoms during this time.
My guest this week and next specializes in understanding womenrsquos hormones, especially as they affect us during that 35 to 52-year-old phase referred to as peri-menopause and eventual menopause.To me, understanding our bodies and emotions as best we can and then deciding what wersquore going to do with that information is a critical part of our journey.
This show providesideas on howto quiet your inner critic because quieting this voice ndash or at least changing what she is saying ndash is really important to helping a person move out of their shadow and into their power.
Today's show spotlights three passionate women, who have come together to create the Beaver Business Club,and focuses on what happens when you reach for a life that doesn't just feed your family, but feeds your heart, your soul and your need for positive connection with others.
Imagine finding out at 3 years old that your heart has a murmur and isn't working the way it is supposed to work. By the time you are 10 you were given a 50:50 chance of survival so open heart surgery was required. My guest today doesn't need to imagine what this might be like, because she lived it.
To close off Mother's Day Marathon Month , I interviewed my friend and colleague, Nancy McNaughton. Nancy overcame a diagnosis of incurable clinical depression by tuning into the little things she was doing that were getting in the way of her creating a life she could love and changing them to truly support her.
We launch the Mother's Day Marathon Month this week with guest, Randi Rubenstein. We talk about the parenting gap and how to use tools like a productive conversation to help you close the gap and be the parent you really want to be with your kids.
In this interview, my guest shares some of her own uncomfortablestory about being married to a sociopath and then highlights how to use your past to make your future self wiser, joyful, and more resilient.
My guest this week recently released her first book,Finding Your Voice Connecting the Stories That Shape Your Life, and in this interview she helps us understand why its a good idea to capture and share the stories that make up who we are.
Discipline is actually tightly tied to self-discipline ndash this is what helps you live a healthy life, treat others in ways you would like to be treated, to respect others property, to build strong relationships and so much more. Most of us have been raised in a punitive environment, which means we don'tnecessarily have the skills we need to be disciplined.
Dianne Ansari-Winn, MD is a mom, a doctor, and a coach whose specialty is physician wellness. In this interview, we will discuss the life-changing concept of energy management and the 5 paths for energy renewal that she teaches her physician clients.
There's a lot of talk about this being a time of awakening, especially for women. Transformation, finding your authentic self, living on purpose, and shining a light on those parts of your life that need to heal metoo are all part of this process. The challenge is, that while many of us can feel this call, we have no idea what to do or how to start making the changes in our lives so we can awaken and better align with who we are becoming. Debbie is here today to shed light on this...
Today I'm going to share how you can use the same skills that will help you excel as a boss or leader to be a wonderful parent, because ndash let's face it, life is already busy enough without having to develop separate skill sets for everything we do. Whether you're a boss or not, parent or not...these skillscan help you land that promotion at work, get along better with the people you volunteer with, create a solid foundation with your loved ones, and help you be a wonderful parent.
Feeling confident on the inside can be a challenge, however projecting confidence on the outside is easier than you might think.My guest today, Courtney Feldman, is a specialist in using confidence to help you put your best foot forwards and she provided us with an abundance of ways to build up our own.
Today we talk about the nature-related aspects of who you aremdashthose qualities you were born withmdashwhich stay relatively consistent throughout life. These qualities include your temperament or personality and predispose you to certain behaviours. They influence who or what you gravitate toward and can even determine health risks.