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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 emotionally challenged, insecure, and stuck? Has our external focus on fixes like therapy and expensive seminars blinded us to our own natural ability to change?

 

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 observers of the habitual thoughts, emotions, and behaviors that govern our lives.

 

Social Worker and Empowerment 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 self-limiting beliefs and emotions that keep us stuck. Along the way, we’ll learn valuable skills for managing overwhelming emotions, changing habits, and creating the life we truly desire. Listen in for support, connection, and insight from women who know the struggle is real.

Oct 31, 2018

Are you addicted to your phone? We all are to some degree. We've become so dependent on our devices that it's hard to imagine life without them. We're consumed by our lives online, to the point that we take HUGE risks with our personal information. In this episode I talk about my effort to disconnect and why we all need to take back control.

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