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Dr. Tanya Raquel is a self-described “recovering joyful workaholic.” In this episode, Tanya discusses how she’s undone (and is currently undoing!) her scarcity mindset. The scarcity mindset can be tricky to identify. Oftentimes, it comes in pretty packaging and can look like success. The key difference is, this mindset results in burnout or chronically feeling a sense of, “not enough”. You rarely get to enjoy the fruits of your labor.Whitney, Iris, and Tanya engage in a vulnerable and enlightening conversation about living with a scarcity mindset: Where does this mindset originate? How are these scarcity thoughts trying to protect us? And most importantly, how can we slowly shift to a more abundance mindset.Join our hosts along with Dr. Tanya Prewitt-White as they discuss normalizing ambivalence, healing through coaching, and what we can learn about rest from tigers.Guest Bio: Dr. Tanya Raquel is a performance and executive coach and trained survivor advocate. She spent 12 years working as a professor, researcher, author, and certified mental performance consultant (CMPC) working with individual athletes, sports and corporate teams. For two decades, she has been intimately invested in social justice research and embodied advocacy work in both society and the field of sport psychology and serves as the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Co-Chair for the American Psychological Association Society for Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology.What we will explore in this episode:
  • What behaviors are present when the scarcity mindset is at play.
  • Exploring your “Yeah, but…” thoughts and what they mean on your journey.
  • Deciding how you want to feel and taking immediate action toward it.
  • The value of normalizing ambivalence in making decisions.
  • How to address self-sacrifice, people pleasing, and jealousy while in the scarcity mindset.
  • The importance of adding “yet” to your thoughts to achieve an abundance mindset.
  • Getting unstuck in your body can help you feel unstuck in your mind.
  • Showing up with vulnerability to get the support you need for your growth.
  • Surrounding yourself with the right people (hint: they have an abundance mindset and think highly of you!)
Dr. Tanya Raquel is a self-described “recovering joyful workaholic.” In this episode, Tanya discusses how she’s undone (and is currently undoing!) her scarcity mindset. The scarcity mindset can be tricky to identify. Oftentimes, it comes in pretty packaging and can look like success. The key difference is, this mindset results in burnout or chronically feeling a sense of, “not enough”. You rarely get to enjoy the fruits of your labor.Whitney, Iris, and Tanya engage in a vulnerable and enlightening conversation about living with a scarcity mindset: Where does this mindset originate? How are these scarcity thoughts trying to protect us? And most importantly, how can we slowly shift to a more abundance mindset.Join our hosts along with Dr. Tanya Prewitt-White as they discuss normalizing ambivalence, healing through coaching, and what we can learn about rest from tigers. Guest Bio: Dr. Tanya Raquel is a performance and executive coach and trained survivor advocate. She spent 12 years working as a professor, researcher, author, and certified mental performance consultant (CMPC) working with individual athletes, sports and corporate teams. For two decades, she has been intimately invested in social justice research and embodied advocacy work in both society and the field of sport psychology and serves as the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Co-Chair for the American Psychological Association Society for Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology.What we will explore in this episode: What behaviors are present when the scarcity mindset is at play. Exploring your “Yeah, but…” thoughts and what they mean on your journey. Deciding how you want to feel and taking immediate action toward it. The value of normalizing ambivalence in making decisions. How to address self-sacrifice, people pleasing, and jealousy while in the scarcity mindset. The importance of adding “yet” to your thoughts to achieve an abundance mindset. Getting unstuck in your body can help you feel unstuck in your mind. Showing up with vulnerability to get the support you need for your growth. Surrounding yourself with the right people (hint: they have an abundance mindset and think highly of you!) leer más leer menos

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