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Personal development is a 9 billion-dollar industry. Which makes you wonder—if we’re spending billions learning to be our best self, why do so many of us feel insecure and unfulfilled? Has our external focus on fixes like therapy and expensive seminars blinded us to our own natural ability to adapt and grow?


Those easy-to-be-happy, easy-to-be-rich, easy-to-be-well methods don’t work for most people. That’s because real growth and transformation must begin with self awareness. This show explores the powerful change that occurs when we become aware of our mental habits and tap into the power of our naturally resilient brains.


Social Worker and Cognitive Coach Nikole Seals invites you to join her for insightful, transformative, and surprisingly humorous conversations on becoming our own “inner therapist.” We’ll take the very necessary journey into our subconscious minds to shed light on the insecurity-driven beliefs and emotions that keep us stuck. Along the way, we’ll learn valuable skills for re-writing our stories, rewiring our brains, and adapting to what ever life throws at us.

Feb 27, 2019

In the same way our bodies expand, and we outgrow clothes, we also outgrow certain beliefs when our thinking and self-awareness expand. But how do you know when it’s time to update your beliefs? Nikole explains why it’s so important to question your beliefs and the simple trick for cleaning house without getting all...

Feb 21, 2019

Is the theory that depression is caused by a chemical imbalance true? And if not, what are the real causes for chronic depression and anxiety? In this episode, Nikole questions how our old beliefs about depression and anxiety may be blinding us to the actual causes. Listen in as she explains how to identify and discover...

Feb 13, 2019

We are living in a very divisive time! When we are frustrated and scared, we’re also quick to get defensive or feel threatened by others.

Join me and my special guest psychotherapist Jan Pollitt as we explore why it is that we feel threatened. We also discuss ways to turn a potential argument into an opportunity for...

Feb 6, 2019

Yes, we’re talking about the behavior that everyone does and no one wants to admit. Why? Because it’s a strong indicator of just how addicted we’ve become not only to our phones; but to the distraction they provide us.

Listen in as Nikole explores why we distract and how being alone with our thoughts can liberate...