Learn to tune into what you want to have a fun, fulfilling, fuck-yeah life— without overcomplicating everything. Are you tired of saying yes to everyone and everything and then being angry that you didn’t listen to yourself? Do you need tools to live the life you want? Join Kristen King and Dr. Deb chat about how to build your life.
Do not miss these highlights:
06:40 There’s a lot of peeling back layers of people pleasing, perfectionism and self protection that we have built up between ourselves and the world around us
07:50 We are sometimes comparing ourselves to someone and trying to be like them
10:44 How comparison and self-assessments becomes helpful and not
12:36 How we have been kicking ourselves
16:12 We don’t realize that we’re participating in our own abuse and participating in our own gaslighting
17:37 People pleasing is an important life skill, it exists for a reason but you should know how to do it
18:57 We push ourselves down with the expectation that other people will reciprocate in some way, but then when it doesn’t work, the pendulum swings to the other side
19:35 Outsourcing our satisfaction, our power, our decision making to other people will make us powerless in our own life
21:25 Being a good girl is a learned behavior. Not following that arbitrary set of rules, is also a learned behavior.
23:43 How to change and give yourself permission to do the things you want to do in life now
30:57 We have to be able to do something to make those affirmations happen and we have to be willing to take action to change something inside of us
31:10 How journaling can be beneficial
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About our Guest:
I teach coaches, therapists, healers, and other service-based entrepreneurs how to tune out all the fear-based bullshit that paralyzes them and how to tune in to a fun, fulfilling, fuck-yeah business — without overcomplicating things, making them do things they dread, or burning them all the way the fuck out. I spent almost two decades as a miserable success before deciding to burn it all down to go after what I wanted instead of what the world told me I was allowed to have. I had the house, the husband, the kids (twins!), the careers — all of it. And I still felt like I was slowly being crushed alive by the pressure to do everything and do it all perfectly. It was the perfect trap, and now that I’ve gotten out I’m going back for the others.