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LET IT OUT
Richness in Ruts & Paradox of Choice with Madeleine Dore, Author of "I Didn't Do The Thing Today"

LET IT OUT

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 94:39


Today's guest is Madeleine Dore, a Melbourne-based writer and interviewer exploring how we can broaden the definition of a day well spent. For the past five years, Madeleine has been asking people about how they navigate their day on her popular site Extraordinary Routines and podcast Routines & Ruts. Most recently, she's written a book called I Didn't Do The Thing Today, out this week. I flew through an early copy and bring up some of my favorite insights from the book in this conversation. We also talk about finding richness in ruts, the paradox of choice and “infinite browsing mode", leaving space for surprise in our days, two kinds of perfectionism, the difference between standards and expectations, cringing at old work, and more. I loved speaking with her and I'm excited to hear your thoughts on finding richness in routines. Show Notes:- There are currently two spots open in my one-on-one creative consulting! If you want to work with me, learn more here and book a free session with me to see if it's a correct fit. - I mention my Podcast Kit in this episode. You can find it here (22% off with code twentytwo)- If you happen to already have a podcast and want to learn more about growing it, check out our Market & Monetize kit (22% off with code twentytwo)- Since we talk about interviewing in this episode, if you want to learn more, we have a kit called Art of an Interview (22% off with code twentytwo)- All Let it Out Kits are 22 percent off, including our special holiday Remix Your Resolutions kit. Offer code: twentytwo- Subscribe to our newsletter to get show notes sent straight to your inbox- Follow @letitouttt on Instagram- Photo credit: Prue Aja If you liked this episode, try out:Episode 364: Squishy Hearts, "Rejection as Protection", Inner Teenagers, Dating & Breakups with Mari Andrews, Author & Illustrator [UPDATED REPOST] Sponsors:SaneBox: magically remove distractions from your inbox with a free two-week trial. Get a $25 credit when you go to sanebox.com/letitoutBombas: With every purchase of clothing, an equal item is donated to people in need. Get 20% off at bombas.com/letitoutCalm: Discover the #1 mental wellness app! Get 40% off a Calm Premium subscription at calm.com/letitout

Amber on Podcasts
201: Why Perfectionism Makes You A Bad Leader feat. Dr. Sasha Heinz

Amber on Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 9:40


In this episode, you will learn why perfectionism makes you a bad leader, the difference between a socialized mindset and a self-authored mindset, and why the best leaders are self-authored. Website: www.mytalkingdollars.com

Journey of Ruth
The Lie of Perfectionism- Andrea Fortenberry

Journey of Ruth

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 55:56


This episode may seem like its for perfectionists, but it turns out we all have some perfectionist tendencies! I am talking with Andrea Fortenberry, the host of the Perfectionist Guide to Mothering Podcast. As a recovering perfectionist, Andrea encourages women to develop realistic expectations, find a supportive community, and understand where their true value comes from. As we spoke, she shared many practical tips to help us find a little more peace and grace in our daily lives.Show NotesSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/journeyofruth)

Madam Athlete
How to Set Goals When You are Burnt the F Out

Madam Athlete

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 28:03


On today's episode I'm talking about how to set goals when you are in the midst of exhausting and soul-crushing burnout. Because even though it's January and New Year's Resolutions time, I am seeing women everywhere talk about how they are too tired to care and just don't have the motivation to get after it, or they want to pick a word of the year and just cannot. So I'm going to go there! These particular goal-setting skills are useful for anyone at any time, but are even more important when you're exhausted and feeling disconnected from your work. And, to help you kick things into gear, I created a free download of 50 ideas for small goals that are great to start off with when you're struggling with burnout. They're fun little ideas that can help you build some momentum and energy and have a nice side benefit of helping you manage the symptoms of your burnout at the same time!Click here to download your free 50 Goal Ideas cheat sheet right now!To get the latest tools to help you build your own career right now, check out these other FREE resources at Madam Athlete:Negotiation: Grab your worksheet to prepare yourself for your next negotiationGoal-Setting Mini Course:  Get started in the FREE Goal-Setting mini-course today!Managing Perfectionism:  Download my 3 favorite exercises to fight off perfectionismBook Club:  Sign up here to join the book clubKeep an eye out for new content or let us know what you'd like to see next by following us on social:Instagram:  @theMadamAthleteFacebook:  @MadamAthleteTwitter:  @MadamAthlete

b CAUSE with Erin & Nicole
136: Introducing(ish) b Cause Work Doesn't Have to Suck

b CAUSE with Erin & Nicole

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 41:37


You've heard the whispers, seen the teasers and have been holding your breath in anticipation. And yes, the rumors are true: Erin and Nicole are back with a new podcast name, but the same (always slightly inappropriate) shenanigans. In this episode, they'll give you the scoop on the name switch, fun fan swag, and some inspiration to bring you imperfectly into 2022 (Hint, it's not another variant…hopefully.) If you'd like quick tangible tips and practical corporate career advice to level up your authentic leadership, download the 10 simple “plays” to stop selling out and start standing out at https://bauthenticinc.mykajabi.com/freebie   To connect with Erin and/or Nicole, email: hello@bauthenticinc.com  If you like jammin' with us on the podcast, b sure to join us for more fun and inspiration!  Follow b Cause on Twitter (really it's mostly Nicole)   Follow Erin on LinkedIn or Instagram  Join the b Cause Podcast Facebook Group    Take our simple, fun and insightful"What's your workplace superhero name?”quiz  Unleash your Authentic Superpower with Erin's book,"You Do You (ish)" Check out our blog for more no-BS career advice Work with Us Or just buy some fun, authentic, kick-ars merch here DISCLAIMER: This episode is not explicit, though contains mild swearing that may be unsustainable for younger audiences. Tweetable Comments “There's going to be so many gifts, which come out of my budget. So naturally Nicole's like, let's give them all the gifts.” “There's the thing I think you asked me to do, then there's what I heard, then there's what I interpreted.” “Maybe that's the whole point of 2022. Maybe there simply aren't any rules or resolutions, maybe it's claiming back some of what was or rebuilding something totally different. It's remembering the essence of what gives us joy and what we want to celebrate.” “Perfectionism is a form of punishment and self hatred.” “Imperfection is selfless and it's a gift to others.” “Give the gift of imperfection.” “Build your strengths, dive into your weaknesses and share them vulnerably.” “Repurpose things in your life. I'm repurposing my treadmill into a bar and a laundry holder.”  

Timesuck with Dan Cummins
278 - Sex, Silverware, and Immortality: The Oneida Community Cult

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 142:58


Did you know that if lots of people  have lots of unprotected sex and the men never ejaculate you can help Jesus create his kingdom on Earth?  No? Well then you would NOT have been accepted into the Oneida Community Cult and you would've never gotten to live in a 93,000  square foot compound in Oneida, NY with around three hundred other followers.  This is just one of the super crazy messages John Humphrey Noyes  taught the followers living in his community. He also taught them that he was perfect. Literally perfect. And then, when he finally had to flee the country or be arrested for having sex with underage girls, his followers went on to built the largest silverware company North America had ever seen. I love how weird this episode is - hope you do too! The Bad Magic Charity of the month is Love Thy Neighbor! We'll  be giving $15,500 to this Denver-area based 501(3c) nonprofit dedicated to working with local businesses to hand out free food to the homeless. They also give clothing, shoes, blankets, etc. Go to ltnsocks.comWatch the Suck on YouTube:  https://youtu.be/PiEao0_SXlgMerch - https://badmagicmerch.com/  Discord! https://discord.gg/tqzH89vWant to join the Cult of the Curious private Facebook Group? Go directly to Facebook and search for "Cult of the Curious" in order to locate whatever happens to be our most current page :)For all merch related questions/problems: store@badmagicproductions.com (copy and paste)Please rate and subscribe on iTunes and elsewhere and follow the suck on social media!! @timesuckpodcast on IG and http://www.facebook.com/timesuckpodcastWanna become a Space Lizard? We're over 10,000 strong! Click here: https://www.patreon.com/timesuckpodcastSign up through Patreon and for $5 a month you get to listen to the Secret Suck, which will drop Thursdays at Noon, PST. You'll also get 20% off of all regular Timesuck merch PLUS access to exclusive Space Lizard merch. You get to vote on two Monday topics each month via the app. And you get the download link for my new comedy album, Feel the Heat. Check the Patreon posts to find out how to download the new album and take advantage of other benefits

The Perfectionism Project
Ep 312: Perfectionism, Power Planning and PGSD with Kristen Cain

The Perfectionism Project

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 60:14


In this episode I'm interviewing Kristen Cain, a style coach and committed PGSDer, on all things perfectionism and Power Planning. A few months ago, Kristen reached out to our team to see if there was anything she could do to help spread the word about PGSD so that more people like her can get out of their own way in their business. So I decided to interview her for the podcast! The doors to PGSD are now open. We are open for enrollment for one week only (until 11:59pm New York time on 16 January 2022). Sign up today at samlaurabrown.com/pgsd. In This Episode You'll Learn: What ‘getting in your own way' looked like for Kristen The reason Kristen signed up for PGSD even though she ‘couldn't afford it' Where perfectionism work fits in when it comes to building your business Why Kristen felt overwhelmed when she first started Power Planning The difference between listening to this podcast and being in PGSD Featured In The Episode: Sign up for Perfectionists Getting Shit Done (PGSD) - samlaurabrown.com/pgsd Kristen's instagram: @kristencainstyle Kristen's website: kristencainstyle.com Kristen getting coached - Episode 280 of The Perfectionism Project Sign up for daily Perfectionist Power-Ups - samlaurabrown.com/power Follow me on Instagram @perfectionismproject

Your Life In Process
How ACT Can Help You Be A High Achiever Without Losing Yourself With Dr. Patricia Zurita Ona

Your Life In Process

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 50:19


How can you be a high achiever and reach for big goals while still holding on to your values? What do you do when there are just too many good things to choose from in your life? Diana chats with Dr. Patricia Zurita Ona about strategies from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to help you skillfully strive toward meaningful pursuits. Diana and Dr. Z share their personal experiences with striving and talk about letting go of the outcome in service of the process. About Dr. Patricia Zurita OnaDr. Zurita Ona, Dr. Z, is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who has significant experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with OCD, trauma, anxiety, and emotional regulation problems. Dr. Z is the founder of the East Bay Behavior Therapy Center, a boutique therapy practice, where she runs an intensive outpatient program integrating Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) to support clients getting stuck from obsessions, figure out what they care about, and do stuff that matters to them. Dr. Z is a behavioral therapist with a passion for evidence-based practices including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Her clinical work is dedicated to helping all her clients to get “unstuck” and live the life they want to live. She is the author of numerous books including Acceptance and Commitment Skills for Perfectionism and High-Achieving Behaviors: Do Things Your Way, Be Yourself, and Live a Purposeful Life, Living Beyond OCD Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: A Workbook for Adults, and Escaping the Emotional Roller Coaster: ACT for the Emotionally Sensitive. Episode Segments[00:00] - Introduction [01:52] - About Patricia Zurita Ona [02:53] - Sponsor: Lightfully Behavior Health [03:53] - What Does Dr. Z Care About That Brought Her To This Work? [07:35] - Perfectionism Isn't Binary [13:19] - Diana's Body-based Practice For Healthy Striving [16:53] - Dr. Z's Journey With High Achieving Behaviors [20:19] - The Upside Of Uncertainty [22:46] - How To Relate To Relate To Your Perfectionism Differently [28:12] - Check Out Diana's Foundations of ACT Course [28:42] - Competitive Drive Can Be Painful [26:24] - Seeing Your Mind For What It Is [31:02] - Saying No In The Name Of Your Values [38:24] - Seasonal Striving [44:16] - Your Daily Practice [49:32] - Connect With The Show Key TakeawaysYou can live out your values in many different ways. Values are qualities of action, not outcomes Perfectionism and high achieving behaviors are not good or bad  You can pay attention to your body to tell the difference between when you are caught in stressful striving versus values-based striving Build self-trust by allowing for things to go wrong, living your values and, letting go of outcome We need to be willing to say no, even to good things, to honor your values Humans are mini-ecosystems. We are good at producing and consuming, but it's also important we remember to decompose. Relevant Resources Mentionedhttps://drdianahill.com/extras/ (Download your Daily Process for Episode 5 Here) Read Dr. Z's book https://bookshop.org/books/acceptance-and-commitment-skills-for-perfectionism-and-high-achieving-behaviors-do-things-your-way-be-yourself-and-live-a-purposeful-life/9780367369224 (Acceptance and Commitment Skills for Perfectionism and High-Achieving Behaviors: Do Things Your Way, Be Yourself, and Live a Purposeful Life) Learn more about Dr. Z and work with her at https://eastbaybehaviortherapycenter.com/ ( East Bay Behavior Therapy ) Try ACT in your daily life with the https://drdianahill.com/book/ (ACT Daily Journal) Want to dive deeper into ACT? Take Diana's course: https://courses.drdianahill.com/courses/foundations-of-ACT?_ga=2.10043261.917674935.1641323412-277337094.1634184861 (Foundations of ACT) Listen to Diana's conversation with Radhule Weininger about Longstanding Recurring Painful Patterns (LRPPs). Thank you for...

Breaking Bread Podcast
Perfectionism (Part 2 of 2)

Breaking Bread Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 19:34


: Perfectionism has a strange advantage among those it afflicts. A need for perfect. Wonderfully there is a perfect answer. Christ came to be our perfection. In this episode of Breaking Bread, Ted Witzig Jr. helps us understand socially prescribed perfectionism and the answer Jesus is to the perfection we long for. Show notes We love perfectionists. Who wouldn't want a perfectionist as their builder, accountant, or surgeon? Perfectionists hold high standards and are successful and acclaimed because they do. This is precisely why perfectionism is tricky…strengths can become weaknesses. Three types of perfectionism: Self-oriented perfectionism Definition: A person with very high, exacting standards for themselves. Unhealthy Measure: Specific performance Unhealthy Mindset: It needs to be perfect, or I've failed. There is no “good enough” in their thinking. Unhealthy Result: Harsh self-criticism & low self-compassion leading to discouragement & depression Remedy: They need to rethink success and reward the right thing. Was it adequate? Healthy Measure: Wholistic performance over time. Healthy Mindset: They need to understand that they are ‘in progress.' Growth over time is the measure. Effort is more important than outcome. Other-oriented perfectionism Definition: A person who holds others to very high, exacting standards. Unhealthy Measure: Other people's performance. Unhealthy Mindset: The belief that they are a guardian of a standard and fear the standard will be dropped. Unhealthy Result: Demanding and controlling towards others. A critical spirit creates distance and resentment between them and for those who they project their very high expectations. Remedy: Don't be a voice of fear and discouragement to the next “generation”. Rather, teach and empower them. Healthy Measure: Measure the human cost of seeking perfection. Sometimes we can get it wrong by trying to get it right. Healthy Mindset: Trust God. Trust others. Socially-prescribed perfectionism Definition: A person who reacts to their perceived beliefs about what other people expect of them. Unhealthy Measure: Trying to guess other people's perceptions. Unhealthy Mindset: Getting into someone else's head. “I think, they think…” Unhealthy Result: Insecurity, people pleasing and fabricated offenses that rob otherwise healthy moments. Remedy: Practice getting out of other people's heads. Healthy Measure: What am I assuming is true and what do I know to be true? Healthy Mindset: I can't please everyone.

I Love You So Much With. Kenzie Elizabeth
Why You ARE Doing Your Best, New Year Pressure, Self Compassion, Breaking up with Diet Culture and Perfectionism with Molly Carmel

I Love You So Much With. Kenzie Elizabeth

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 62:05


Welcome to the ILYSM Podcast with Kenzie Elizabeth. Today Kenzie sits down with therapist Molly Carmel to talk diet culture, perfectionism, why you ARE doing your best, self compassion and more. Hope you enjoy xo!      SHOP MERCH: https://shop.dearmedia.com/collections/ilysm   SECRET FACEBOOK PAGE: https://bit.ly/2zEx3BM   JOIN OUR GENEVA GROUP CHAT: https://links.geneva.com/invite/ab361e92-0405-41ad-9e12-b17b592365bc   JOIN THE MAILING LIST: https://bit.ly/2uumkus   Kenzie's Channel: https://youtube.com/kenzieelizabeth   Kenzie's IG: https://bit.ly/298RzRn   Kenzie's Twitter: https://bit.ly/2RdtJsE   ILYSM IG: https://bit.ly/2vlwxXy   ILYSM YOUTUBE: https://bit.ly/2UQ8DUj   Molly: https://www.instagram.com/mollycarmel/ Visit Betterhelp.com/Kenzie to get 10% off your first month. Bring a friend and get your tickets to see 'Redeeming Love', in theaters Jan 21st! https://redeeminglovemovie.com/ Produced by Dear Media

Wings Of...Inspired Business
668 ICYMI Billion-Dollar Secrets: Entrepreneur Galit Ventura-Rozen on How to Master Sales

Wings Of...Inspired Business

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 38:05


Galit Ventura-Rozen began her entrepreneurial journey 25 years ago as the broker and owner of Commercial Professionals, a company she built into a $1 billion dollar business. As a sales success expert, author, and award-winning entrepreneur, Galit has made it her mission to show women how to reach 7+ figures in their businesses with sales techniques that attract clients and maximize profits. Listen to learn the “psychology of sales” and why perfectionism is the enemy of business growth and join the conversation by following Wings of Inspired Business on the free and socially interactive Podopolo app, where Galit and I will answer questions. Download Podopolo here and invite your friends to connect around podcasts recommended to you by what interests and inspires you.

Movies à La Queer
”The Novice” (2021) And How Perfectionism Gets You Everywhere and Nowhere (Analysis)

Movies à La Queer

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 30:01


(Isabelle Fuhrman in "The Novice". Courtesy of IMDB) "THE NOVICE" U.S.A., 2021 Written & Directed by: Lauren Hadaway Starring: Isabelle Fuhrman, Amy Forsyth, Dilone   IMDB Synopsis: A college freshman joins her university's rowing team and undertakes an obsessive physical and psychological journey to make it to the top varsity boat, no matter the cost.   Rent "The Novice" on YouTube, Vudu, Prime Video, and other streaming platforms.   Watch Trailer Here!   Sources: "The Novice" Director Lauren Hadaway Channels Aronofsky and Fincher for Tense Crew Drama - Jude Dry   MentalHealth.Gov   Penrose Staircase     Music:  Jose Gomez & Raymond Velez    Follow Movies à la Queer on: TikTok:  Twitter: Instagram MALQ Facebook 

Multiplier Mindset® with Dan Sullivan
Perfectionism vs. Happiness, with Ben Hardy

Multiplier Mindset® with Dan Sullivan

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 14:35


How you feel about yourself can come down to how you're measuring your progress, and there's a right way and a wrong way to do it. In this episode, Dan Sullivan and Dr. Ben Hardy discuss The Gap And The Gain™, the thinking tool they've turned into a major market book.Here's some of what you'll learn in this episode:• Why measuring yourself against an ideal means you'll never be happy or satisfied.• How to gain an invaluable internal referencing system.• How to let yourself fully appreciate where you are.• What you need to do in order to be successful long-term.Show Notes:Against perfection: Going into “The Gap” comes from measuring yourself against perfection, whatever that is in your mind.Where you were: When you're in “The Gain,” it means you're measuring against where you were before in order to recognize your progress.Too many problems: Some books try to solve too many problems.Society and culture: Our society and culture train us to be in The Gap, not The Gain.Transform any experience: You have the ability to turn any experience into growth and progress.

Pretty Pretty Podcast
Dangerous Minds: Your Unconscious Motivation Patterns

Pretty Pretty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 42:12


There is only one thing that will make the results you want in 2022 (and beyond) inevitable, and that's your unconscious motivational pattern.This drives every single decision you make and being fundamentally motivated by fear and inadequacy will always stand in between you, the life you desire and are truly capable of making.There are so many misconceptions and flat-out miscalculations about the driving forces of our unconscious mind so I'm clearing it all up. Tune in to discover the brain patterns that are keeping you from going after those gigantic goals from massive desire + play and how to loosen the hold of your mental constructs so that you have exquisite awareness of your own thoughts and  a Supreme degree of problem solving skills to create any f*cking result you want in your life.If you want to never again waste time fixing the wrong things and activate the biggest, most delicious, expansive expression of yourself in the world, apply for personalized 1:1 Coaching.This is where you'll get my brain, presence and experience and it's going to change the trajectory of your entire life, so that you don't have to spend another day suffering, worrying, not being in the present moment. INSIDE THIS EPISODE:The hardest part of reprogramming your unconscious mind Setting goals from insecurity vs powerThought Control vs. Thought PlayI wrote a book!!!  Cultivating a Bendy Brain: a gorgeous guide to neuroplasticity. She's thicc. How you can get a hard-copy! Blowing up every single thing your brain was taught about WHO you're supposed to be to be successful,Episode 39: Reticular Activating SystemEpisode 41: Why Willpower Is THE WorstFollow me on IG for the Thought Control vs Thought Work skit

The Change Agents Podcast with Dr. James Rouse
What Drives Us Towards Perfectionism

The Change Agents Podcast with Dr. James Rouse

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 6:55


Perfectionism is not the theme for 2022. Friends, often time we mask our so-called shame underneath the guise of perfectionism. I'm here to change that perspective and give you another perspective on making 2022 the best year yet. 

NS Audio
Perfectionism Destroys Progress

NS Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 9:59


Just a quick audio rant about the negative effects of perfectionism and my personal experience dealing with it. Enjoy :) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nsaudio/support

Thrive Forever Fit with Jay Nixon
Episode 189: 13 Things To Give Up In 2022

Thrive Forever Fit with Jay Nixon

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 41:41


13 Things To Give Up In 2022 Happy 2022 Fam! We are going to have the most awesome abundance filled year of our lives. How? We are going to give up 13 things that are holding us back from our greatness! 13 Things To Give Up In 2022 #1 Negativity (From Yourself and Others) #2 Drama (From Yourself and Others) #3 Self Doubt #4 Comparison (Social Media Fugazi) #5 Programmed Fear #6 Judgement (Of Yourself and Others) #7 Procrastination #8 Perfectionism #9 Attention Seeking Behavior #10 Manipulation #11 Quitting On Yourself #12 Excuses #13 Settling For Average Listen, Like, and Share so that we can all begin to heal and get back to the Thriving awesomeness of the life we desire to live. ❤️ ~ Jay If you'd like to join my FREE Facebook group, where we dive into strategies and tools needed for a successful life, I'd LOVE to have you. It's called the Wellness Lab, and it's filled with amazing people just like you. Click here to join for FREE: Wellness Lab: https://www.facebook.com/groups/wellnesslablaunchpad Thrive Forever Fit: https://www.thriveforeverfit.com/

Teacher Wellbeing
Letting go of perfectionism and people pleasing for greater wellbeing: Emma's teacher story

Teacher Wellbeing

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 51:04


Happy New Year teachers! In this episode of the Teacher Wellbeing podcast I have a fantastic chat with one of my past teacher clients, Emma. Emma shares so generously about the challenges she's experienced with perfectionism, people pleasing and the martyr culture getting in the way of wellbeing. She's spent a lot of time reflecting on this and unlearning these tendencies and shares some beautiful insights in this episode, including letting go of the need to be ‘super teacher', recognising the difference between school-imposed deadlines and self-imposed deadlines, and the power of having trusted people to hold you accountable. Emma also tells us how a supportive principal and 2 supportive colleagues saved her teaching career, so I think it's an incredible lesson that no matter your position in a school you can and do make a difference to the people you work with. The question is will it be a positive difference or not? There's so much good stuff in this episode, including setting boundaries, the ancient Jewish practice of Sabbath, and giving yourself permission to do more things just for fun. Emma also shares a bit about her experience in the Resilient Teacher Group Coaching program, which is open for enrolment again right now.The Resilient Teacher is a 6 month group coaching program for teachers building their resilience and wellbeing in 2022. It's 1 individual coaching session with me, and 12 fortnightly group coaching calls to support you throughout Semester 1 this year, beginning with a welcome call on Saturday 29th January 2022. Calls are held on Zoom so you can join from anywhere in Australia, on Tuesday evenings or Saturday mornings.You can go to www.selfcareforteachers.com.au/resilientteacher to find out more

Soul Solutions
It's Important To Have The Ability to Finish; Why Completion Is Powerful!

Soul Solutions

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 11:10


It's Important To Have The Ability to Finish; Why Completion Is Powerful! Show Description: When you envision your future, you can be intentional about the choices you make, so you create the life of your dreams.  Top Takeaways: ·         [2:13] Why Completion Feels Good·         [3:46] Learning To Say Goodbye·         [5:31] The Ego Uses Incompletion·         [7:08] Tapping Into The Power Of Completion·         [8:45] Moving Forward To Completion Episode Links: Ø  The life you've envisionedØ  More productive Ø  Admitting the realityØ  Perfectionism        Ø  Messy middleØ  The ego stays attached Ø  I had hopedØ  Detach fromØ  Then you are fearful Ø  Leads to stressØ  Routine tasksØ  Overcome the endless cycle of the egoØ  Consciously choose Ø  Build your self-confidence Ø  Visualize Ø  Peace Ø  Motivate you Ø  Get in touch with meSupport the show (https://paypal.me/TerriKozlowski)

Notary Income Method
Is Your Perfectionism Holding Back? Embracing the concept of "Good Enough"

Notary Income Method

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 20:55


 In this episode of the Notary Income Method Podcast I am talking about how being a perfectionist can actually hurt your business and impact your success.  We take a look at how to avoid this pitfall and reach true mobile notary success.Join me today as I discuss the how to let go of perfectionism and embrace the concept of good enough.  I am laying it on the line today and uncovering the reason why perfectionism is bad for your loan signing agent business.If you liked today's episode and think that others you know might enjoy listening to, please leave a review and rating.  You can also visit us at http://www.notaryincomemethod.com for more information about us and what we do.

Grab Your Stuff
Grab Your Stuff Podcast - Ep. 6 - Perfectionist Rehab

Grab Your Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 33:07


This powerful episode of Grab Your Stuff Podcast will help you get out of your own way this year by prioritizing Grace over Perfectionism. Be prepared to get your edges and neckties snatched as we fight the façade of perfection together! Suits and Stilettos: The Singles' Gala is happening on Feb 12th! Get your tickets now!: www.suitsandstilettosatl.com Support this show by joining Patreon where you'll get early releases and exclusive content! www.patreon.com/authenticallywed

Unstoppable Body and Mind
Episode #87- Chronic Pain and Perfectionism with Dr Andrea Moore

Unstoppable Body and Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 52:28


In this Episode, I interview a pain coach and fellow Physical Therapist, Dr Andrea Moore.     We talk about her story with chronic pain and perfectionism, and why it doesn't work to try and fight the pain.   We often can't wait to get out of pain.  But the frustration and urgency to change are actually what can keep us stuck.   We retrain the brain through acceptance, and allowing what is.  As we develop our ability to sit with discomfort, our brain becomes less reactive to the sensations in our body.   If you have not yet given my podcast a rating or review, PLEASE do that here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-unstoppable-body-and-minds-podcast/id1493360543   For more information, check out my website https://bodyandmindlifecoach.com   Or to schedule a free 60 min coaching session,  click here,  https://calendly.com/thebetsyjensen/free-consult    Andrea's parents were refugees, so we talk about the impact ancestral trauma can have on the nervous system.   And we have a fun conversation about mom guilt (Andrea has never had it!)    If you have chronic pain and are “fighting your pain” without success, you will definitely want to listen to this episode!   You can find Andrea on her podcast, “Unweaving Chronic Pain”, and on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/drandreamoore/

Narcissism Recovery Podcast
Breaking Down "Perfectionism"

Narcissism Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 12:18


Breaking Down "Perfectionism"

Financial Advisor Marketing Podcast
A Few Unorthodox Ways to Conquer Perfectionism

Financial Advisor Marketing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 24:26


If you're a good financial advisor, you want to do the best possible work for yourself and your clients.  In theory, that's great—you get your clients higher returns and yourself a bigger book of business. But in practice, this ambition often becomes perfectionism.  This kills your marketing results—because 5 bad published articles get more results than a folder of 18 great drafts. But you don't have to let perfectionism hold you back. In fact, you can conquer it and dominate your niche. In this episode, you'll find out how to defeat your perfectionism, start marketing to your niche and supercharge your marketing results.  Want to stop editing and start publishing? Listen now!  Show highlights include:  How trying to be perfect makes you procrastinate on your goals (and how to ship things faster to run laps around your competitors) (4:20) The “80/20 squared” rule that shows you exactly which marketing message gets results and which gets ignored (6:08) The weird thoughts that show you that perfectionism is holding you back from achieving your goals (13:30) Why perfectionists get defensive when you point out their flaws (and how to correct this if it's your problem) (18:14) If you're looking for a way to set more appointments with qualified prospects, sign up for James' brand new webinar about how financial advisors can get more clients with email marketing.  Go to https://TheAdvisorCoach.com/webinar to register today.  Go to https://TheAdvisorCoach.com/Coaching and pick up your free 90 minute download called “5 Keys to Success for Financial Advisors” when you join The James Pollard Inner Circle. Discover how to get even better at marketing yourself with these resources: https://www.theadvisorcoach.com/cold-calling-financial-advisors.html https://www.theadvisorcoach.com/entry-level-financial-advisors.html https://www.theadvisorcoach.com/4-linkedin-tips-for-financial-advisors.html

The Positive Thread
163. Tired of trying to eat perfectly? Kiss food perfectionism goodbye in 2022. Here's how.

The Positive Thread

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 20:17


If you want to improve your fat loss while retaining muscle in a sustainable way by mastering the correct quantity of food to eat for your body without fad diets or forbidden foods, I invite you to apply to EMPOWER.Visit www.heathermcconochie.com/empower to learn more and apply today.Join our Facebook Group - "Fat Loss w/o Fads or Forbidden Foods" -https://www.facebook.com/groups/hmnutritionistFollow Heather IG: @heathermcconochieWeb: www.heathermcconochie.com

Bookey App 30 mins Book Summaries Knowledge Notes and More
How to Be an Imperfectionist by Guise, Stephen

Bookey App 30 mins Book Summaries Knowledge Notes and More

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 10:20


This book serves as a reminder that while perfectionism may seem like a worthy ideal to strive towards, it makes us impose limits on ourselves and puts us in a bind. Perfectionism is a poison that is not only more harmful than we realize, but also extremely difficult to eradicate from our lives. Were perfectionism limited to personal preference, we wouldn't attach much importance to it. However, it is often the root of a multitude of issues; procrastination, constantly leaving work only 95% finished, severe anxiety, depression, and in extreme cases, driving people to drastic measures.

Field Guide To Awesome
FG2A 61: Lauren Hughes: It only seems like a secret because you refuse to look at it. The 7-fig+ thinking that most highly successful entrepreneurs share

Field Guide To Awesome

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 11:21


This week I'm talking with Lauren Hughes.  Lauren Hughes is a Serial Entrepreneur, Realtor, and Investor, currently working on her 5th business, Hughes Capital, started last year, which she is planning to grow to be over $10 million within the next 5-7 years.  Listen in to hear about:Making fast decisionsHow she likes to fail fast and get fast resultsHaving courage to accept things as they are so you can address them asapTelling yourself a more empowering story, and increasing your self-acceptanceWe are perfect just as we areFast decisions failing fast and radical self-acceptance: The millionaire thinking that most highly successful entrepreneurs shareYou can learn more about GUEST here:www.luxurycoloradolifestyle.comlinkedin.com/in/laurenschneidewindwww.facebook.com/soldbylaurenhugheshttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCByDIyz6nRS5CeW73IRz3xQAnd: Voyage ATL, Hypopotemus, Best and Brightest*****If you are a driven entrepreneur who's:At the top of your game, yet find your consistent successes aren't feeling like you thought they would,And you are ready to root out any vestiges of imposter syndrome self-sabotage that are holding you back from expanding out of your comfort zone and into your next level,AND you are ready for success that truly feels like successBook a call with me.We'll have an intimate conversation about you and your business. We'll explore what what might be holding you back from enjoying your success. You'll leave with your next step.If you still need more help at the end of the call, and it makes sense to both of us - we'll talk about what it would look like to work together.If this sounds good to you, click the Book Trina link ==> https://bit.ly/BookTrina*********Would you like to be interviewed on the Field Guide To Awesome Podcast?Are you a Coach and an Entrepreneur?Have you had a major mindset shift that helped you overcome a major business challenge, and allowed you to increase your impact?Would you love to share how you are multiplying your impact using your unique skills and abilities?If so, I'd love to interview you!Apply to be interviewed here on The Field Guide To Awesome podcast:  https://bit.ly/fg2aguestapplicationYou can find me on social media:Facebook Group: The Field Guide To Awesome Podcast Tribewww.facebook.com/groups/thefieldguidetoawesomepodcasttribe/The Field Guide To Awesome: Your Energetic Path To Flow free FB group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/fieldguidetoawesome

Your Ni Dom
Hypervisibility, Rapport, Perfectionism and Relationship Building

Your Ni Dom

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 32:25


In this reflection I talk about two YouTube videos I uploaded. I also talk about an exchange I had with a YouTube content generator (LiJo). Finally, I talk about an unexpected conversation I had with my sister tonight about our relationship.

Pretty Pretty Podcast
Science of Celebrating Your Self

Pretty Pretty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 22:43


Celebrating yourself is the act of your brain affirming it's safe for you to exist, to be who we are and take up space. Celebrating yourself is a skill, you must train your brain on to develop and is not taught in school. So I'm giving you a step-by-step process to help you neuro-normalize celebrations and start on the path to creating permanent change in your life. Want to learn how to celebrate yourself + create a life that feels GOOD on the inside, instead of just looking good on the outside. Then come get 1:1 coaching. Because THAT is where the real magic happens. It's where you'll get clear on what it is you REALLY want from your life and develop the courage to make choices that will get you there. It all starts on the consult call where we'll see if we're a fit, and map out your personalized plan for how to go from “celebrating myself feels weird” to a life you wholeheartedly love. Book your call here: awakensession.com INSIDE THIS EPISODE:Why celebrating yourself is so important to your brain health + vitality 5 ways to celebrate yourself exactly as you are.What you don't see when you don't embrace celebration.How to create permanent change.Progression Pain3 steps to awareness: Allow, Accept +  EmbraceEp.  69 Is That Even F*cking True?

Nourishing Women Podcast
324: Best of: New Year's Resolutions Are Perfectionist Fantasies with Kara Loewentheil

Nourishing Women Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 49:48


Are you ready for a fresh, new approach to the New Year? Don't miss out on our New Year, Non-Diet Me Training we're hosting this coming Monday, January 3rd at 7:30pm EST. If you are ready to say no to diets that you know don't work, and yes instead to intuitive eating and treating your body well, then you cannot miss this training. Click here to grab your seat, only 100 available!   Hello my fellow recovering perfectionists! You are going to love today's conversation, with guest Kara Loewentheil, about how to truly create self confidence by rewiring your brain and thoughts, and letting go of perfectionist fantasies around New Year's resolutions.   Kara Loewentheil, J.D., is a Master Certified Coach, Host of the top-rated podcast UnF*ck Your Brain, and creator of The Clutch: A feminist mindset revolution. A graduate of Yale College and Harvard Law School, she did what every Ivy League feminist lawyer should do: Quit a prestigious academic career to become a life coach! Her Jewish parents have almost recovered; the fact that she built her business from zero to seven figures in three years didn't hurt. Five years after leaving the law she has taught thousands of women how to identify the ways that sexist socialization impacts their brains, and how to literally rewire their thought patterns to create true authentic confidence from within.    In this episode we discuss: Kara's journey from lawyer to becoming a master certified coach and starting her own business, podcast and coaching community. How thoughts create our feelings and impact our actions, and how to use the thought ladder to positively change this. New Year's Resolutions: Are they good goals or perfectionist fantasies? Three “women's empowerment” sayings that actually do a disservice for us in truly being empowered as women. What it truly takes to accept and love your body at any size. How to work towards neutral beliefs about your body to help change your body image. Kara shares about her amazing podcast, Unfuck Your Brain, and her coaching community, the Clutch. How Kara practices wellness without obsession.   This episode is brought to you by Food & Body Peace Playbook, which is officially open for enrollment for our January program. If you ready to say YES to intuitive eating and treating your body well in 2022 join now to grab one of the limited spots inside the program. Only one week left to join!   Resources for you: Learn more about our services at Nourishing Minds Nutrition. Read testimonials from our amazing clients here.  Join our FREE support group for like-minded women, the Nourishing Women Community for more community & support. Take a look at our online shop, the Wellness Without Obsession Shop.   Let's hang out! Connect with Victoria and the staff at NMN: Victoria's Instagram Victoria's Website Nourishing Minds Nutrition Instagram Nourishing Minds Nutrition website   For every guest that comes on the show, we donate money to Loveland Foundation. The Loveland Foundation, is a foundation that provides therapy and  healing to Black women and girls. We are honored to donate monthly to the Loveland Foundation, and you can learn more and donate yourself here.

Rewired Fitness Podcast: Fitness for the ADHD community
4 Things To Know To Manage Perfectionism Better

Rewired Fitness Podcast: Fitness for the ADHD community

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 14:56


When someone has ADHD, perfectionism can become an issue. If this one part was just another inch over, then it would be perfect. I want this to be purple in color to give it the best finish. Color is not even required, but when someone has perfectionism, that could be the thing they work on to find the one they would like to use. Everything has to be perfect. If it is not perfect, then they should keep working on it. What can someone do when dealing with perfectionism and they have ADHD? That is what this episode is about today! It is about 4 things that can help reduce perfectionism. Learn more about ADHD and the challenges of perfectionism in this episode! Today's sponsor for the episode is Stello Mints! To find out more visit: https://www.stellomints.com/ (https://www.stellomints.com/). You can get 15% off your order of https://www.stellomints.com/ (Stello Mints) by using the code "REWIRED" You can watch the podcast on YouTube too! Watch videos, listen to more episodes or request the additional services offered by visiting: https://www.rewiredfit.com/ (https://www.rewiredfit.com.) https://www.rewiredfit.com/ (Need a Podcast Editor or an audio editing) https://www.rewiredfit.com/ (coach?) I offer audio editing services as well as many other podcasting-related services. https://www.rewiredfit.com/ (Need an ADHD coach or organizational) https://www.rewiredfit.com/ (coaching?) We offer ADHD coaching as well as organizational coaching. Stay in touch with us on all of our Social Media! Click the link to the one you want to visit. Podcast Website: https://www.rewiredfit.com/ (https://www.rewiredfit.com) https://the-rewired-fitness-podcast.captivate.fm/youtube (YouTube) https://my.captivate.fm/www.facebook.com/rewired.adhd.fitness (Facebook) : http://www.facebook.com/rewired.adhd.fitness (www.facebook.com/rewired.adhd.fitness) https://www.instagram.com/rewired.fitness (Instagram): https://www.instagram.com/rewired.fitness (@rewired.fitness) Support the Podcast Through https://www.patreon.com/rewiredfitness?fan_landing=true (Patreon) Support this podcast

Life Coaching for Women Physicians
89. Good Enough in 2022

Life Coaching for Women Physicians

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 29:22


2022 is the year to embrace good enough. We're ditching perfectionism, throwing away shoulds, and putting aside all those expectations we always feel we have. It might be scary, but I know you can do it. Let's talk about being good enough in 2022.   The Benefits of Embracing Good Enough in 2022 Feeling less stress and burnout from trying to achieve perfection Finding awareness and understanding of your own limits and behaviors Setting realistic expectations of who you are   How Good Enough Feels What if I told you you didn't have to go into this new year with the same level of perfectionism you've come to rely on? How does it feel to let that go? I feel a sense of relief that there's another option on the table. In 2022, I'm embracing the concept of good enough. At times, it will feel scary, especially when I feel like I should be showing up and doing my very best. But, outside of life or death situations, what's the worst that can happen? Perfectionism leads to stress and burnout. We've all probably been there and know it's not nice. Embracing “good enough” means we can put down the perfectionist baton and start relaxing that little bit more.   Honoring Yourself with Good Enough I actually think admitting that something is “good enough” is a badge of honor. It means you're honoring yourself, your behaviors, and your limits. What do I mean by that? When you start to factor in what good enough looks like for you, you'll start to see where your limits are. I give an example of how I approach commitment with a good enough lens. This approach increases my self-awareness while also respecting the people around me and their needs. Understanding your own behavior is so important. It helps you set boundaries, but it also helps you push your boundaries and step outside your comfort zone. And isn't that what life is all about? Finding that balance of good enough, contentment, connection, and more. I want you to think about your blind spots. Your blind spots will be where you typically have really high expectations. What are these? I want you to start trying on “good enough.” What does this look like for you? Let me know what “good enough” looks like for you in the comments on the episode page.   In This Episode  How it might feel to be good enough in 2022 [2:00] Why perfectionism leads to stress and burnout [7:45] Why admitting that it's “good enough” is a badge of honor [10:15] How to honor your good enough while still respecting others [21:45] Why awareness of your own behavior matters [23:30] What good enough actually boils down to [28:00]   Quotes “If, in the moment, we believe that we acted to the best of our ability (and notice I said ‘best'), then when an outcome happens, we have to be able to say, ‘I did good enough. I gave everything I had.'” [9:11] “When the outcome is favorable, it's much easier for us to believe that we did good enough.” [15:58] “I think that good enough takes the pressure off. It takes the possibility that perfection exists away. If perfection isn't real, which it's not, by the way, then what are we doing? What we're doing is trying to live a fulfilled life, with contentment, connection, motivation, excitement, spontaneity, and commitment.” [25:57]   Resources Mentioned Check out the full episode page here Find Life Coaching for Women Physicians Online Follow Dr. Ali Novitsky on Facebook | Instagram  Subscribe to Life Coaching for Women Physicians on Apple Podcasts Podcast production by the team at Counterweight Creative   Related Episodes Episode 74: The Art of Creating Space Episode 72: Burnout Prevention by Thinking Outside The Box with Dr. Karen Hoffmann Episode 87: When Old Thoughts Resurface

Pretty Motivated Being A Balanced BOSS
Perfectionism, Procrastination, and Productivity

Pretty Motivated Being A Balanced BOSS

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 14:40


Learning to deal with these 3 P's will be the key to your personal best next level! Listen, this episode is all about getting you away from planning into the action steps needed to get you out of your own way. It's a short-but-gem-filled podcast. Remember, to share this episode.  Trina J is a certified Visibility & Confidence Coach, helping entrepreneurs who want to Kill It on Camera! Get the confidence to share your message on camera with Trina's one-on-coaching program "Kill it On Camera"! Find out more at prettymotivated.comConnect with Trina...IG: @trinajofficialWebsite: www.prettymotivated.com***** Did you learn something from tuning in today? Please pay it forward and write us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts. Support the show (http://www.prettymotivated.com)

Feel Good Social Media Marketing Podcast
101 | Finding Balance in Your Marketing Strategy with Lindsay Graves

Feel Good Social Media Marketing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 45:25


There's no cut and dry way to market your business on social media. But our brains want yes and no answers for how we should do things. So a lot of times our content ends up coming out a little flat - either sharing tip after tip after tip or just saying “buy from me, buy from me, buy from me” - because that's what we think we're supposed to do. But what's actually attractive to your ideal customers is your perspectives, your mission, your values, and your stories. That's what makes your brand unique and that's what people end up loving about you. And it's a realization that former 1:1 coaching client of mine (and now - founding member of the Feel Good Social Club), Lindsay Graves, has figured out. Check out this episode where she shares how she's learned how to create content for her business in a way that works for her. We talk more about+ Lindsay's story and what she does (It's pretty stinkin' cool, especially if you're a plant person and you live in a high altitude climate) + How you've kind of got to go through this “trying things out” period to find a strategy that works for you+ How to avoid getting distracted by shiny marketing strategies and treat your content creation like a science experiment+ And how your social media strategy is only one part of the marketing puzzle (Or one slice of the pizza, which is actually the metaphor we used in this episode) Connect with Lindsay at fourthstreetfarm.com or on Instagram @fourthstreetfarm!If you enjoy this episode, please leave a review on Apple Podcast and share it to your Instagram stories!Don't forget to tag me @feelgoodsocial, so I can see and spread the love back to you!---For extended show notes + a whole lot of goodies, visit feelgoodsocial.com/episode/101---Been struggling to keep ALLL the things of your business organized? Honeybook is my one-stop software to track my projects, clients, invoices and more! Click here to start your FREE TRIAL and snag 50% OFF your first year, if you decide to sign up: feelgoodsocial.com/honeybook---What's your BRAND VIBE on Instagram? I've got a QUIZ for that!With our new fun 7-question quiz, I'll help you hone in your brand's personality + voice + visuals, so you can easily create content that feels "on brand" and looks beautiful in your grid!TAKE OUR QUIZ HERE: feelgoodsocial.com/quiz

It’s Her Business
Ep. 144: A year in review

It’s Her Business

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 22:30


Year Review → I call 2021 an enormous success beyond measure and beyond my wildest imagination. Not for the reasons you think lol! Yes, there was business success, 7-figure revenue in Q1, which… lead me to states where I had to question everything and the ideas behind competence, success, achievement… and what followed was…. KALI. I was made aware of her presence recently, but I suspect that she's been around “helping out” at least since 2019 when 4 days into my pregnancy my lover left the country and I would never hear from him again to this day. Who is Kali? A Hindu goddess of chaos and destruction who dresses in skulls and looks a little scary. Also the goddess of death and rebirth and transformation. She will sweep in with seemingly random events and throws your life in chaos, out of love. When you aren't willing to tear your own life of pretenses down, she helps. She's not gentle about it. Neither am I, so I have immense appreciation for the “cut the crap” energy. Magic happens. You are forced to purify, purify, purify. What followed was an intense cleansing process. Past trauma. Relationship with self. Narcissism. Valuing weird stuff, like success for the sake of success. Constant seeking and searching. Needing to be respected or seen as a success. Hiding and pretending (also known as lying) to others and to myself. Judgmentalism. Seeing others as more than/less than. Control. Endless pressure and carrying the world on my shoulders. Perfectionism, superdoing, superwomaning. And on and on and on. If you think “what the heck Iva, what kind of hell were you living in?” - that seemed kind of normal, like normal ego stuff. A lot of it was not even conscious. There was one thing, in particular, that was hell that brought grief so deep I could not even face it. Months and months of resistance to spending time with my own daughter, who is just about the happiest most loving toddler and there was no logical reason for it. I thought well, as a working mother-father 2-in-1, that's just how it is. I was always a good mom through it all, but I would count down to her bedtime so I could exhale. Healing that, and falling back in love with her as well as with myself, was the biggest gift of 2021, but I had to heal everything else on the list for the heart to open back up. I cannot even begin to tell you how grateful I am to have had the resources, the teachers, the support to be able to dig this deep. And so… Going into 2022 I am… WILLING!!!! (Screams on top of her lungs). I trust so much the process (of life). I highly doubt 2022 will be smooth sailing but that is so not the point anyway. I am willing to follow my soul and my heart even when I disappoint others and it's completely irrational and people think I have gone nuts (lol i have been told that this year too.) I am willing to continue turning into goo anything that's not pure. I am willing to experience and feel any emotion that arises. Willing to stop, and do absolutely nothing when that is what is needed (that is the scariest one on the list.) Willing to stop mid-sentence, if my soul and heart says stop. Willing to let go of anything that stands between me and freedom and, willing to say or do ANYTHING that will free another. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Iva Paleckova is a mindset and strategy coach for entrepreneurs, a CEO of LeadersBreakFree.com and the host of the Break Free Show on iTunes. She is known for taking her business from 0 to 7 figures in 18 months, as a single mom to an infant, and the creator of the Break Free Process.

The Freedom Moms Podcast
S03|18 - Recovering from Perfectionism with Monica Packer

The Freedom Moms Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 30:27


Monica is a recovering perfectionist, mama of 4 young children, lover of creativity, habits, and personal growth. She is the host of the About Progress podcast, who was transformed by doing something. As a former middle school English teacher, and passionate bookworm, Monica still loves to teach and learn. She and her family are currently living nestled against the Salt Lake City mountains in their newly renovated home. Her mission is to change the world by changing women. The About Progress community guides women to grow in their identity, habits, and fulfillment, so they have the resilience they need to be leaders in their homes and communities.What we talk about today:How perfectionism shows up as all-or-nothing thinkingHarnessing our identity and getting clear on us to keep us afloat through the ups and downs of lifeHow to find out identity again when we feel lost in our livesConnect with Monica:Podcast: About ProgressInstagram: @aboutprogressWebsite: https://aboutprogress.com/---I would be honored to be your coach and help you get the changes you want to see in your life. The tools that I talk about in my podcast and use in my coaching have completely turned around my life and my relationships with my children. I know what it takes and how to make it happen. You can use the links below to get more of my content and to learn what we do in my program By Design. I love helping women tap into their inner expert and build radical connection in their relationships with their children.Link to membership: By DesignFind me on the ‘gram: The.Parenting.CoachMy website: coachcrystal.caWork with me 1:1 right HERE

Breaking Bread Podcast
Perfectionism (Part 1 of 2)

Breaking Bread Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 21:45


“Do your best and leave the rest” is a tricky balance for the perfectionist. Yet it sums up a measure of health for those who have high, exacting standards for themselves or others. In this episode of Breaking Bread, Ted Witzig Jr. teaches us about two types of perfectionism. Show notes We love perfectionists. Who wouldn't want a perfectionist as their builder, accountant, or surgeon? Perfectionists hold high standards and are successful and acclaimed because they do. This is precisely why perfectionism is tricky…strengths can become weaknesses. Three types of perfectionism: Self-oriented perfectionism Definition: A person with very high, exacting standards for themselves. Unhealthy Measure: Specific performance Unhealthy Mindset: It needs to be perfect, or I've failed. There is no “good enough” in their thinking. Unhealthy Result: Harsh self-criticism & low self-compassion leading to discouragement & depression Remedy: They need to rethink success and reward the right thing. Was it adequate? Healthy Measure: Wholistic performance over time. Healthy Mindset: They need to understand that they are ‘in progress.' Growth over time is the measure. Effort is more important than outcome. Other-oriented perfectionism Definition: A person who holds others to very high, exacting standards. Unhealthy Measure: Other people's performance. Unhealthy Mindset: The belief that they are a guardian of a standard and fear the standard will be dropped. Unhealthy Result: Demanding and controlling towards others. A critical spirit creates distance and resentment between them and for those who they project their very high expectations. Remedy: Don't be a voice of fear and discouragement to the next “generation”. Rather, teach and empower them. Healthy Measure: Measure the human cost of seeking perfection. Sometimes we can get it wrong by trying to get it right. Healthy Mindset: Trust God. Trust others. Socially-prescribed perfectionism Definition: A person who reacts to their perceived beliefs about what other people expect of them. Unhealthy Measure: Trying to guess other people's perceptions. Unhealthy Mindset: Getting into someone else's head. “I think, they think…” Unhealthy Result: Insecurity, people pleasing and fabricated offenses that rob otherwise healthy moments. Remedy: Practice getting out of other people's heads. Healthy Measure: What am I assuming is true and what do I know to be true? Healthy Mindset: I can't please everyone.

Cooking Is the New Healthy
Organizing Your Kitchen & Letting Go of Perfectionism

Cooking Is the New Healthy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 19:12


This podcast episode is about organizing your kitchen and letting go of perfectionism. It was inspired by an article that I was interviewed for on Apartment Therapy, “9 Things in Your Kitchen a Chef Wants You to Get Rid of Before 2021 Ends,” written by my friend Ashely Abramson. You may or may not be in the space to clean right now. However, this is the perfect podcast to save for spring cleaning! Read the Full Show Notes: https://www.carlacontreras.com/podcast/organizing-your-kitchen-letting-go-of-perfectionismPurchase the items I mention in the podcast here Get my online Pantry Refresh & Cook+Chop: Online Cooking School courses hereI am excited to hear your thoughts!Eat Well,xo Chef CarlaPS: Please tag me @chefcarla_c on Instagram so I can continue the conversation with you.

The OCD Stories
Emily Hemendinger - Cognitive flexibility for OCD, perfectionism, social anxiety and social media (#309)

The OCD Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 49:19


In episode 309 I chat with Emily Hemendinger. Emily is a lead OCD therapist at the University of Colorado Health Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic.  We discuss her therapy story and mental health story including OCD and an eating disorder, cognitive flexibility, cognitive remediation therapy, working on perfectionism, social anxiety, social media and tips for the mindful use of it, and much more. Hope it helps.   Show notes: https://theocdstories.com/episode/emily-hemendinger-309 The podcast is made possible by NOCD. NOCD offers affordable, effective, convenient therapy available in the US and outside the US. To find out more about NOCD, their therapy plans and if they currently take your insurance head over to https://go.treatmyocd.com/theocdstories

RECO12
Justin B - I Played My Best for Him - Meeting 81

RECO12

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 16:43


Reco12 is an organization with the mission of learning and sharing the similarities of addiction of all kinds and gaining and sharing tools and hope from others who are walking a similar path.  Speakers from our past meetings have represented many, many fellowships and identify with addictions with such variety of alcohol, drugs, food, sex, gambling, theft, just to name a few.  Typically, each Friday at noon central time, we hold a live, lunch-hour speaker meeting with a recovering addict from anywhere on Earth, pertaining to any or no faith tradition, and with any background, who shares their experience, strength, and hope on a specified recovery topic of their choice.  They share for 20-25 minutes on that topic, and then the live audience gets the opportunity to ask questions of that speaker for another 20-25 minutes.  For a few reasons, among which that today is Christmas Eve, I am pre-recording this week's meeting and releasing it only as a podcast.  But we will be back with a live meeting next Friday, on New Year's Eve with our most listened-to guest speaker, Nikki M, who will close out 2021 and launch us off into 2022 with the topic of “God Creating the Fellowship You Crave”.  If you haven't heard her previous 2 meetings, I would highly suggest you go and tap into her energy, love, and light.  Her Higher Power has definitely lit a fire with her and she is always happy to share that fire with others.Before I get into my quick share for this meeting, I want to make a quick announcement about plans for Reco12 in 2022.  Beginning March 4, 2022, we will start a 12-week series on each of the 12 Steps of Recovery.  I am searching for people who are absolutely passionate about each of the 12 Steps and come from any and all fellowships of recovery who would like to share with us their experience, strength, and hope on one of the Steps.  The basic format will be the same.  20-25 minutes of a share on that particular step, and then 20-25 minutes of Q and A from the live audience.  If you, or someone in your fellowship is passionate about one of the Steps and just seems to share and share about a particular step and the power of that step in your life, please consider reaching out to me at reco12pod@gmail.com and we will discuss it and get it scheduled.  I would also like to do a few other targeted multi-week series based on the 12 traditions, specific tenets, sayings or clichés, or other recovery principles.  Reco12 is a self-supporting service and we appreciate your help in keeping it that way.  We gratefully accept contributions to help cover the costs of the Zoom platform, podcast platform, web hosting, and administrative costs.  To contribute, you can go to https://www.reco12.com/support  or you can click the link to PayPal (https://www.paypal.me/reco12)  in the chat of the live meeting.  When you contribute, please specify the meeting number.  This is meeting number 81.  Outro music is “Standing Still” by Cory Ellsworth and Randy Kartchner, performed by Mike Eldred and Elizabeth Wolfe.  This song, and/or the entire soundtrack for the future Broadway musical, “Crosses:  A Musical of Hope”, can be purchased here:  https://music.apple.com/us/album/crosses-musical-hope-by-cory/528476262  This song is used with the  permission of Cory Ellsworth.Support the show (https://www.reco12.com/support)

Therapy Chat
310: Thriving During The Holiday Season with Sharon Martin

Therapy Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 45:55


Welcome back to Therapy Chat! This week host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C revisits a previous interview with Sharon Martin, LCSW on surviving and thriving during the holidays, especially if your family relationships are "complicated."  Sharon Martin, LCSW is a licensed psychotherapist specializing in codependency recovery with an online practice serving California residents. For the past 20 years, she's been helping perfectionists and people-pleasers overcome self-doubt and shame, embrace their imperfections, learn to set boundaries, and reclaim their self-worth. Sharon writes the blog Conquering Codependency for Psychology Today and is the author of The CBT Workbook for Perfectionism and The Better Boundaries Workbook. Resources Sharon's website: https://www.livewellwithsharonmartin.com/ If you're a therapist specializing in trauma, join the Trauma Therapist Network while Founding Member pricing is still available and lock in the lowest price!  Clients with trauma are looking for the specialized services you offer. Sign up at: https://traumatherapistnetwork.com/therapist-submission-form/ Thank you to this week's sponsors! Thank you to Sunset Lake CBD for sponsoring this week's episode! Sunset Lake CBD is created on a small farm outside of Burlington, Vermont that is a producer for Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream.  Sunset Lake CBD customers support regenerative agriculture that preserves the health of the land and creates meaningful employment in the community. Farmworkers are paid a living wage, and employees own the majority of the company. Therapy Chat listeners, get 20% off your entire order of Sunset Lake CBD products using promo code CHAT at www.sunsetlakecbd.com.  Podcast produced by Pete Bailey - https://petebailey.net/audio

Beyond The Goals
Understand And Overcome Perfectionism With Sam Laura brown

Beyond The Goals

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 52:29


In this episode, we dive deep into the struggles of perfectionists, the issues they face as they strive for perfection in their professional and personal lives, and what they can do to overcome the all-or-nothing mindset that leads to procrastination and lead happier and more successful lives. Our guest expert for this episode is Sam Laura Brown, a perfectionism coach, host of the top-rated podcast The Perfectionism Project and the founder of Perfectionists Getting Shit Done - a group coaching program for perfectionists who are building businesses. Sam teaches perfectionists how to follow through with their plans and get out of their own way in their business. We cover- 2:50 - What is perfectionism and how it impacts our life and business 8:30 - Perfectionism and the state of our emotions 11:45 - Understanding the past vs exploring our present day thoughts to overcome perfectionism 17:15 - Comprehensive examples to understand how it manifests in our life 28:20 - Instead of trying to manage perfectionistic tendencies, what does Sam recommend we do to alleviate its impact 30:20 - How a fixed and growth mindset contribute to perfectionism and procrastination 36:00 - Working towards milestones in a healthy way 39:00 - What mindset should we cultivate and maintain as we take on new, challenging projects to ensure steady progress 44:00 - How to set goals and planning mistakes to avoid   Resources recommended in the episode- Sam Laura Brown's website - https://samlaurabrown.com/ The Perfectionism Project with Sam Laura Brown - https://samlaurabrown.com/podcast/ Join the PGSD waitlist – samlaurabrown.com/pgsd Sign up for daily Perfectionist Power-Ups – samlaurabrown.com/power Follow Sam on Instagram @perfectionismproject To know more, visit - https://www.kratimehra.com Follow me on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mehra_krati

Revolutionary Rising
035: No one wants you to be perfect

Revolutionary Rising

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 22:06


This episode is perfect in all the imperfect ways. We all hold onto this thought, even a little bit whether you are a revolutionary leader or not, that to be the BEST at anything, we must be perfect in all of the ways. Not only is this complete BS…  It's exhausting! Let's get real together, perfectionism isn't a damn thing. As revolutionary leaders we acknowledge that perfectionism needs to be put behind us, but it shows up in really funky other ways, and in this episode we are going to talk about it. You deserve to be more than perfect. You deserve to be whole. You don't need to have it all together. You get to let it all fall apart. Perfectionism is a confining space that I am going to help you bust the hell out of. We are going to lose this fucked up sense of being perfect, and embrace our messy ass selves.   Connect with Gieselle:  Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gieselleallen/   Apply for 1:1 or group coaching with Gieselle:  https://gieselleallen.com/

Pretty Pretty Podcast
Exiting The Fear Matrix

Pretty Pretty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 23:53


How to tell if fearful and cruel thoughts are stunting you and what you miss out on when you're believing their hype. Listen and start experiencing the relief you've been looking for today!Every day you aren't getting coached by me is one more day that you are accepting lies about the limits of who you are and what you're capable of. You deserve a better life than that! The work we do in personal 1:1 coaching will disarm the terrorist in your head so you can be present + actually EXPERIENCE life. And that one shift - directing your mind instead of it dragging you - changes everything! Experience the relief you've been looking for TODAY, by saying YES to coaching. get started with a consult call today book yours here: awakensession.comMY HOLIDAY PRESENT TO YOU: I'm doing a free masterclass on Cracking The Code To Perfectionism on Wednesday, December 29 at 1pm PT. Save your seat and RSVP here!RESOURCES MENTIONED:Grab your spot inside my free masterclass Cracking The Code To Perfectionism hereJoin me on Instagram and see the fun adventures of Chandler Bing! @courtneylovegavinGet The Love Letter (insider emails filled with learning + levity)  ➡️ http://bit.ly/lovelettervip

At Home With Ashley G
Confronting the Mindsets Behind Why We are Stuck in Perfectionism and Achievement

At Home With Ashley G

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 34:13


Join me and Alicia Michelle, Mindset Makeover Coach for Women, as we discuss the mindsets that can keep us stuck in perfectionism and achievement. Alicia Michelle's Contact Info: Free Webinar: VibrantChristianLiving.com/mind Website: https://vibrantchristianliving.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VibrantChristianLiving

Psychology of Eating
In Session With Marc David: A 39-Year Old Woman Tunes into Her Body Wisdom

Psychology of Eating

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 50:37


Growing up in Poland, today's guest, Justyna, didn't learn much from her parents or teachers about the body changes that came with puberty. As she moved through adolescence, she became increasingly uncomfortable with how her body was changing. She began a 20-year journey with dieting — an experience that SO many of our listeners can relate to. Now 39, Justyna lives in Antwerp, Belgium, and is at a very different point in life. She recognizes that dieting hasn't made her happy and that she's been trying to force her body into a shape that it simply doesn't want to inhabit. Her body has been giving her clear messages that it wants to live on its terms, which Justyna wants to honor but doesn't quite how to do that. Tune into her wonderful conversation with Marc David as they talk about how to tune into one's body wisdom.   -------------------   With his dual training in clinical nutrition and psychology, Marc David, M.A., has spent the last 40 years helping people around the world heal their relationship with food. As the founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, Marc is the author of the bestselling books, Nourishing Wisdom: A Mind Body Approach to Health & Well-Being, and The Slow Down Diet: Eating for Pleasure, Energy, and Weight Loss. He reaches millions of people each year who are struggling with unwanted eating challenges and body image concerns through his speaking engagements, celebrated podcast series, and his internationally-acclaimed Mind Body Eating Coach Certification Training.    Learn more about The Institute for the Psychology of Eating: https://psychologyofeating.com/   Watch our special masterclass on the Mind Body Eating Coach Certification Training to learn more about how you can positively transform your own relationship with food while helping others do the same. Tune in here: https://psychologyofeating.online/ss/   Follow us on social:  Facebook: www.facebook.com/IPEfanpage Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eatingpsychology/ Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/eatingpsych #psychologyofeating #foodpsychology #eatingpsychology #nutritionexpert #weightloss #weightlossdiet #ayurveda  #perfectionism #dieting #detox #detoxthemind #innerwisdom #bodywisdom #bodyimage #bodyimagehealing #healingjourney #healthcoach #mindbodynutrition #intuitiveeating #healthyweight #naturalbodyweight #voiceofwisdom

Imperfectly Ambitious
172. Real Talk: Don't Let the Fear Stop You

Imperfectly Ambitious

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 12:56


Would you regret NOT doing it? It's more natural to cling to what's comfortable because it's what we KNOW.  All of the what if's come into play: What if it doesn't work? What will they think? What if they judge you? How will I every learn how to do it? What if it's not the right thing?  Tune in for a short and sweet pep talk ;) ----------- >>>Grab my Magnetize Your Message Masterclass, so you can create more connection and stand out from the noise with your content.  Join here: www.imperfectlyambitious.com/magnetize Come connect with me on Instagram or take a screenshot of this episode tag me and share it in your stories so I can see what you're loving

Be You Podcast
111 - "Meet Jill's life Coach Christine Hassler" She talks mom guilt, perfectionism, marriage, control and more

Be You Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 68:39


Christine Hassler is one of the best life coaches in the entire world. She is so good that Jill is sure this episode will be an all-time favorite. Christine super tapped in and went through so much work in, through, and on herself that she is what Jill calls a “clean vessel”. With tremendous amounts of grace, Christine holds space for others in such a beautiful way. During this episode, Christine shares her insights on mom guilt, perfectionism, marriage, control and more. As Jill's coach, she continually contributes to the transformational journey of Jill and others as she helps everyone live their best life. Christine had a profound impact on Jill's life, and Jill is excited to share the conversation in this episode of Be You.   ------------------ The Be You podcast is hosted by certified girl boss Jill Herman, a champion of women's empowerment, personal development, women helping women, and being yourself without apology. Each episode features Jill's experiences with personal development and her journey to being yourself, sometimes featuring guests who are prime examples of women helping women.    Being a girl boss no longer just refers to achievement in the workplace. Personal development and prioritizing being yourself are key ingredients in the women's empowerment movement. Jill has built a community of women helping women so that each one can reach their full potential as the badass girl boss they are.    Whether you're already a champion of women's empowerment, you're a girl boss interested in personal development, you'd like advice on being yourself, you're looking for a community of women helping women, or you're just here for Jill's lessons and entertainment, the Be You podcast is for you.  ------------------   Christine Hassler is a best-selling author, keynote speaker, master coach, and podcast host who is committed to guiding people and organizations to their highest potential. She left her successful job as a Hollywood agent at 25 to pursue a life she could be passionate about . . . but it did not come easily. After being inspired by her own unexpected challenges and experiences, she realized her journey was indeed her destination. Today, she supports individuals in answering the questions: “Who am I, what do I want, and how do I get it?” Her superpowers of intuition and compassion help people break through challenges that at one time seemed insurmountable. Bottom line: she helps people get “over it and on with it!” with love. Christine has appeared as an expert on The Today Show, CNN, ABC, CBS, FOX, E!, Style and PBS, as well as various local television and radio shows, speaking about generation diversity, millennials, resilience, leadership, life balance and “Expectation Hangovers®” – a phenomenon she identified and trademarked. Find Christine: Christinehassler.com Instagram  |  Facebook Over It and On With It Podcast ------------------   Lisa Bilyeu on women's empowerment:  “Cheer for your girls like you got pom-poms at a pep rally.” - Lisa Bilyeu    Lisa Bilyeu on women helping women:  “Choose your life's board members like you're building a Fortune 500 company.” - Lisa Bilyeu    Lisa Bilyeu on being a girl boss:  “Be brave. Fearless.  Be badass at 15 years old. Be badass at 80 years old.” - Lisa Bilyeu   Lisa Bilyeu on personal development:  “If you're still looking for that one person who will change your life, take a look in the mirror.” - Lisa Bileyu   Glennon Doyle on women's empowerment:  “People who need help sometimes look a lot like people who don't need help.” - Glennon Doyle   Glennon Doyle on being yourself:  “Every girl must decide whether to be true to herself or true to the world.” - Glennon Doyle   Glennon Doyle on personal development:  “What if pain - like love - is just a place brave people visit?” - Glennon Doyle   Glennon Doyle on being yourself:  “I have met myself and I am going to care for her fiercely.” - Glennon Doyle   Mel Robbins on personal development:  “You need to hear this loud and clear: No one is coming. It is up to you.” - Mel Robbins   Mel Robbins on being yourself:  “There will always be someone who can't see your worth. Don't let it be you.” - Mel Robbins   Mel Robbins on being a girl boss:  “You have been assigned this mountain so that you can show others it can be moved.” - Mel Robbins   Rupi Kaur on being yourself:  “Loneliness is a sign you are in desperate need of yourself.” - Rupi Kaur   Rupi Kaur on being a girl boss:  “How you love yourself is how you teach others to love you” - Rupi Kaur   Rupi Kaur on women's empowerment: “If you were born with the weakness to fall you were born with the strength to rise” - Rupi Kaur

About Progress
AP 364: "What I Learned in 2021" || Dear Progressor

About Progress

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 20:47


It feels extra special to bring you this final episode of 2021 filled with voices from this remarkable community of growth-minded women. Your voice always matter, in your home and communities, and here on this show. For many reasons this was a difficult year for me and my family, it almost seemed to blend with 2020. I'm sharing a little more about that, and of course what I learned from some of those tough lessons. (Spoiler: I almost quit this whole podcast gig!) My hope is that in listening to my story, as well as those of the women who so graciously called in, you will be able to learn something, too. So, tune in to hear from several women answering this prompt, "What I learned in 2021..." Thank you so, so much for being here and see you next year! Be On The Show Finding Me - my foundational course on identity