• Fede Vargas: Merging Cultures and Finding Authentic Expression

    11 JUN. 2024 · In this conversation, I’m talking to Fede Vargas, creator of "My Most Authentic Life," a podcast exploring big changes and unconventional paths, inspired by his own pivot from a successful media and entertainment career to purpose-driven content creation. Fede and I discuss our experiences as children of immigrants and our journey to finding our authentic voices. We explore themes of identity, belonging, navigating two cultures, the importance of amplifying our voices, and the immigrant child experience in relation to mental health. We share actionable tools for self-care, checking in on our mental health, and seeking inclusive counselling services. This conversation highlights the ongoing journey to authenticity and the power of reflection and self-care.  Keywords: children of immigrants, identity, belonging, authentic expression, coming out, amplifying voices, authenticity, imperfections, mental health, immigrant child experience, personal growth, merging cultures, movies, decolonization therapy, societal norms, reflection, self-care   Takeaways: - The journey to finding your authentic voice as a child of immigrants can be challenging, as you navigate between two cultures and try to fit in. - Authentic expression is about being true to yourself and embracing your identity, even if it doesn't conform to societal expectations. - Coming out, whether it's about sexual orientation or embracing a new career path, is a continuous process of self-discovery and self-acceptance. - It's important to create spaces where everyone's authentic voices are heard and respected, regardless of their background or identity. Embrace imperfections and the messy first draft of life. - Nourish your soul and listen to its needs. Chapters 00:00 Introduction and Welcome 08:08 The Importance of Self-Care and Authenticity for Immigrants 18:01 Coming Out: Embracing Authenticity and Expressing True Self 21:53 Taking Small Courageous Steps Towards Authenticity 27:20 Embracing Imperfections 28:14 Lessons from Time Travel Movies 31:45 The Impact of the Immigrant Child Experience on Mental Health 42:08 Self-Reflection and Self-Care during Mental Health Awareness Month 45:27 Adapting and Evolving Through Different Seasons of Life 46:27 Creating and Shaping Your Identity Grab your FREE copy of my "Foundations of a Resilient You" Workbook: http://eepurl.com/hRiCob Ready to create the resilient, ignited life of your dreams by healing cycles of dysregulation, disconnection, and disempowerment? Book a FREE call to learn about my 6-pillars of resilience approach to re-vamping your life! hhttps://calendly.com/commitmenttogrowthh/30min
    47m 57s
  • Sheena Yap Chan: My Voice, My Power

    4 JUN. 2024 · This week, I am interviewing the amazing Sheena Yap Chan. Sheena is The Wall Street Journal Bestselling author of the book The Tao of Self-Confidence. She is a keynote speaker, consultant and award-winning podcaster on leadership and self-confidence, amplifying the voices of underrepresented Asian women. The conversation explores the topics of self-confidence, authenticity, and the challenges faced by women in entrepreneurship. Sheena Yap Chan shares her journey of self-confidence and emphasizes the importance of loving oneself, including the good, bad, and ugly parts, especially as an Asian woman in a White patriarchal society with little representation of Asian women. We discuss the societal pressures on women to be superwomen and the need to dismantle stereotypes, working smart, not just hard, and the role of trauma in building confidence. Overall, the conversation highlights the need for women to create their own definition of self-confidence and to support each other in achieving their goals. Sheena shares her journey of building self-confidence and the importance of community and asking for help. She highlights the need for women to speak up, take space, and promote themselves without shame. Sheena shares her experience of releasing her book and navigating the uncertainty and fear that comes with it. To connect with Sheena after this conversation, check out her socials! Website: www.sheenayapchan.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sheena.yap.chan/ Keywords: self-confidence, authenticity, women in entrepreneurship, societal pressures, stereotypes, working smart, trauma, support, self-confidence, community, asking for help, support system, emotions, Asian women, representation, speaking up, taking space, self-promotion, fear, uncertainty Takeaways: - Self-confidence is about loving yourself, including the good, bad, and ugly parts. - Women face societal pressures to be superwomen and need to dismantle stereotypes.  Working smart, not just hard, is important for success. - Trauma can impact self-confidence and needs to be addressed. - Women should create their own definition of self-confidence and support each other in achieving their goals. Regularly check in with someone to talk about your emotions and experiences. - Asking for help is not a sign of weakness, but a way to create change and avoid feeling lonely. - Representation is important in dismantling negative stereotypes and inspiring others. - Women should speak up, take space, and promote themselves without shame. Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 00:30 Empowering Women: Breaking Through Biases and Stereotypes 02:29 Introduction and Discussion of Viral Video 03:48 The Definition of Self-Confidence 05:41 Challenging Societal Expectations and Gender Roles 06:36 The Unfair Expectations on Women 07:24 The Importance of Self-Love and Self-Care in Business 09:20 Working Hard vs. Working Smart 10:47 Creating a New Normal for Women 13:19 The Challenges of Entrepreneurship 16:31 The Power of Community and Asking for Help 20:59 Representation and Dismantling Stereotypes Grab my FREE "Foundations of a Resilient You" Workbook:http://eepurl.com/hRiCob Looking for support on your journey towards your most empowered self? Book a free, complimentary coffee call and let's chat! https://calendly.com/commitmenttogrowthh/30min Connect with me on Instagram: www.instagram.com/commitmenttogrowth Podcast intro music credits: http://www.instagram.com/korxx_official Podcast cover art: http://www.instagram.com/sara_is_hungry
    38m 6s
  • Monthly Q&A: Healing Heartbreak, Vulnerability, and Being the Love You Desire with Braden Paes

    28 MAY. 2024 · Welcome to this month’s listener Q&A on how to allow more love into our lives! For this conversation, I brought in my dear friend, actor, producer, and lawyer, Braden Paes to help me in answering some of your biggest questions about love and relationships.  We answer 5 of our listener submissions by discussing the importance of opening oneself up to love, with personal stories and insights on how to heal from heartbreak, believe in love again, and become more comfortable with vulnerability in relationships. We dive into the need to let go of expectations, understand the role fear plays in our lives, and approach vulnerability as an opportunity for growth and connection.   The conversation provides valuable tools and perspectives for navigating the complexities of love and relationships. The conversation explores the themes of growth, vulnerability, and the influence of media on our perception of love and relationships. It emphasizes the importance of believing in one's worthiness of love and affection and offers steps to open up to receiving more.   To stay connected with Braden after this episode, follow him on social media! http://www.instagram.com/bradenpaes http://www.instagram.com/paesartsentertainmentsports Listen to my interview on Braden’s podcast, The Braden Paes Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/episode/0AolUXsZfQBIQOTL6RXbWU?si=LVHkPgmsS6WzMlp8XNbAAA&preview=coverart   Keywords: vulnerability, love, healing, heartbreak, fear, relationships, growth, vulnerability, media influence, love, relationships, worthiness, affection, self-love, self-acceptance, worthiness, relationships, depth, vulnerability, friendships   Takeaways: - Healing from heartbreak and believing in love again requires getting honest with oneself and examining one's role in the relationship. - Opening oneself up to love means giving love and understanding that love is always present in various forms. - Combating the fear of vulnerability involves reframing fear as an opportunity for growth - Approaching vulnerability in relationships involves letting go of expectations, reading between the lines, and understanding that love can be expressed in different ways. - Believing in your worthiness of love and affection requires self-reflection, challenging limiting beliefs, and opening yourself up to receiving love. - Staying true to yourself and setting your own standards in love is crucial for finding genuine connections. - Creating a culture of depth and vulnerability in our relationships attracts deeper connections. - Focus on becoming the person you want to be and attracting people who align with your values. - Accept that not everyone can meet all of your needs, and that's okay. Want to work with me more intimately to allow more love into your life? Book a free, first discovery call: https://commitmenttogrowth.com/coaching-services Check out the Commitment to Growth community on Instagram and TiK Tok: http://www.instagram.com/commitmenttogrowth Subscribe to The Commitment to Growth Newsletter and grab my FREE “Foundations of a Resilient You” Workbook: http://eepurl.com/hRiCob Podcast intro music credits: http://www.instagram.com/korxx_official Podcast cover art: http://www.instagram.com/sara_is_hungry
    1h 17m 33s
  • Dr. Jonathan Marion: Authentic You for Authentic Connections

    21 MAY. 2024 · Welcome to our guest interview for May’s theme of “How to let more love into your life”! In this episode, I am interviewing Dr. Jonathan Marion, who believes that when we LIVE, CONNECT & COMMUNICATE authentically, we send out ripples…. which send out ripples… which make the world a more caring and connected place, one ripple at a time.   Having seen this dynamic over 20+ years as an award-winning cultural anthropology professor and author, Jonathan feels that how we show up is the key to living deeply meaningful and fulfilling lives. As a coach, consultant, and speaker, Jonathan draws on decades of experience teaching diverse audiences and is trained in Emotional Intelligence, Group Coaching, Positive Psychology Coaching, Clear Beliefs Coaching, and Somatic Coaching. Jonathan is passionate about supporting clients and audiences in transcending external accomplishments as measures of success to live truly aligned, rewarding, and meaningful lives.   In this episode, Dr. Marion introduces the BEING framework, which stands for Begin where you are, Explore where you want to go, Investigate how you want to get there, Now start, and Get your best life. He explains that by starting with how you want to be and envisioning your ideal future, you can navigate the path towards authentic connections and a fulfilling life. Dr. Jonathan S. Marion discusses the importance of shifting from 'should' to 'could' in our thinking and actions, and how this shift can lead to more authentic connections in relationships. He emphasizes the need to acknowledge and accept what is happening in our lives, rather than fighting against it. Dr. Marion also explores the impact of cultural narratives on our beliefs and expectations in relationships, and the importance of understanding and respecting different cultural perspectives. He provides a framework for building authentic connections, focusing on understanding the role of being authentic with ourselves to be authentic with others. To follow and connect with Jonathan’s work, check out his page: https://stepsalongtheway.global/ To book a call with Jonathan, send a message! http://stepstochat.com Keywords: authenticity, fulfillment, transformation, life coaching, connections, meaning, should vs could, authentic connections, relationships, cultural narratives, understanding, respect, framework, optics, review, clarify, explore Takeaways - Authenticity and fulfillment come from being true to oneself and finding meaning in life. - The BEING framework (Begin, Explore, Investigate, Now start, Get your best life) can guide the path towards authentic connections and a fulfilling life. - Explore where you want to go by clarifying your goals and what truly matters to you. Investigate how you want to get there by considering different routes and decision-making processes. - Derive safety and fulfillment from being authentically yourself rather than fitting in or seeking external validation. Shift from 'should' to 'could' in your thinking and actions to open up possibilities and reduce expectations. - Acknowledge and accept what is happening in your life, rather than fighting against it. - Cultural narratives shape our beliefs and expectations in relationships, but it's important to recognize and respect different cultural perspectives. - Build authentic connections by understanding the framework and optics of others, reviewing and reflecting on their perspective, clarifying any misunderstandings, and exploring common ground. Want to work with me more intimately to build resilience in your life? Book a free, first discovery call: https://commitmenttogrowth.com/coaching-services Check out the Commitment to Growth community on Instagram and TiK Tok: @commitmenttogrowth Check out the official website! http://www.commitmenttogrowth.com Join the Growth Hour Sisterhood Community on Meetup for women 18+ , wherever you are in the world! http://www.commitmenttogrowth.com/growth-hour Subscribe to The Commitment to Growth Newsletter and grab my FREE “Foundations of a Resilient You” Workbook: http://eepurl.com/hRiCob Email me with topic suggestions OR if you would like to be a guest on the show: https://gmail.com Podcast intro music credits: @korxx_official Podcast cover art: @sara_is_hungry
    57m 42s
  • It's Not that You Fear Love, It's that You Fear Being Seen

    14 MAY. 2024 · Welcome to the second official "It's Not That" episode of The Commitment to Growth Podcast! In this episode, your host, Mariana, takes you through a heartfelt, awe-evoking conversation about the barriers that we build against love. Through some vulnerable, never-before-shared stories about her family, she introduces us to the abundance that is available to all of us if we are willing to take the leap and loosen our expectations of life, others, and ourselves. Mariana walks you through 5 small but significant shifts that you can make in your relationship with yourself, others, and the world, to drastically impact how you allow love to pour into your life and create miracles. Make sure you like this episode, subscribe to the podcast, and send this episode to a friend who needs to hear it!   Answer these 3 questions for the next steps to enrol in my "Abundant" Mini Resilience Coaching Container: https://forms.gle/EP2uBurKEdWnDoW17   Takeaways: - Allowing oneself to be seen and vulnerable is essential in receiving love and abundance. - Small adjustments in daily routines, relationships, and perspective can open oneself up to more love. - Understanding and addressing subconscious blocks is crucial for growth and expansion in love. - Opening ourselves up to more love requires that we open ourselves up to feeling more and believing that we are worthy of joy  Keywords: love, abundance, healing, self-expression, authentic connections, coaching, self-expansion, self-discovery Want to work with me more intimately to build resilience in your life? Book a free, first discovery call: https://commitmenttogrowth.com/coaching-services Check out the Commitment to Growth community on Instagram and TiK Tok: @commitmenttogrowth Check out the official website! www.commitmenttogrowth.com Join the Growth Hour Sisterhood Community on Meetup for women 18+ , wherever you are in the world! www.commitmenttogrowth.com/growth-hour Subscribe to The Commitment to Growth Newsletter and grab my FREE “Foundations of a Resilient You” Workbook: http://eepurl.com/hRiCob Email me with topic suggestions OR if you would like to be a guest on the show: commitmenttogrowthpod@gmail.com Podcast intro music credits: @korxx_official Podcast cover art: @sara_is_hungry
    1h 8m 50s
  • Monthly Q&A: Navigating Boundaries, Content Creation, and Fear of Being Unloved for People Pleasers

    30 ABR. 2024 · Welcome to the 3rd listener monthly Q&A on The Commitment to Growth Podcast! In this insightful episode, we're sending off the "Healing the Inner People Pleaser" monthly theme by diving deep into the intricate world of people-pleasing through a curated Q&A session fueled by questions from our engaged listeners. We delve into the nuanced layers of this pervasive behaviour, providing practical insights, empathetic understanding, and empowering solutions. We address the familiar tug-of-war between self-assertion and self-abandonment that plagues long-time people-pleasers. Listeners are guided through the complex psychology behind this phenomenon, exploring the roots of seeking validation through sacrificing authenticity. Listeners are treated to a rich tapestry of inquiries ranging from setting boundaries while battling the fear of appearing rude to differentiating between people-pleasing and narcissism. We chat about how to embrace vulnerability as a catalyst for growth, fostering honest dialogues that pave the way for authentic connections. Practical strategies for content creators grappling with people-pleasing tendencies in the digital realm are also unpacked, shedding light on the importance of staying true to one's voice amidst the noise of algorithms and trends. The episode culminates in an exploration of unattachment as a transformative practice for people-pleasers, urging listeners to redefine their worth beyond external validation. Through poignant anecdotes, relatable insights, and actionable advice, this Q&A episode serves as a beacon of hope for those navigating the labyrinth of people-pleasing in their personal and professional lives. Grab your copy of the Healing the Inner People Pleaser Journal - only $7.77 for a limited time! www.commitmenttogrowth.com/products-for-you Grab my FREE 30-minute self-evolution masterclass: www.commitmenttogrowth.com/evolution Takeaways: - Setting boundaries can be scary for chronic people-pleasers, but gathering evidence that the right people will receive our authentic truth can help deepen relationships. - There is a difference between people-pleasing and narcissism. People pleasers operate from a fear of losing love, while narcissists have an exaggerated sense of self-importance. - Content creators who are people pleasers should practice showing up authentically on social media and not be attached to the response or validation of others. - Unattachment is important in healing the inner people pleaser. It means not tying our worth to the responses of others and standing in our authenticity regardless of how we are received. - Being unattached allows us to feel safe in our relationships, reduces stress levels, and opens us up to more love and acceptance. - It's important to be okay with not being liked by everyone and to be willing to be disliked. The people who truly love and resonate with us will be drawn to our authenticity.  Chapters: 00:00 Introduction and Monthly Theme 05:25 Empowering Yourself to Speak Up 09:24 Setting Boundaries and Overcoming Fear of Rejection 09:52 Setting Boundaries: Deepening Relationships 14:13 People Pleasing vs. Narcissism 19:54 Authenticity as a Content Creator Want to work with me more intimately to build resilience in your life? Book a free, first discovery call: https://commitmenttogrowth.com/coaching-services Check out the Commitment to Growth community on Instagram and TiK Tok: @commitmenttogrowth Check out the official website! www.commitmenttogrowth.com Join the Growth Hour Sisterhood Community on Meetup for women 18+ , wherever you are in the world! www.commitmenttogrowth.com/growth-hour Subscribe to The Commitment to Growth Newsletter and grab my FREE “Foundations of a Resilient You” Workbook: http://eepurl.com/hRiCob Email me with topic suggestions OR if you would like to be a guest on the show: commitmenttogrowthpod@gmail.com Podcast intro music credits: @korxx_official Podcast cover art: @sara_is_hungry
    36m 1s
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    Karenna Soto: Embrace Your Truth to Break the Chains of People Pleasing

    23 ABR. 2024 · In this conversation, I sit down with Karenna Soto, a Burnout keynote Speaker and trauma-informed somatic practitioner. We explore the common fears of people-pleasers, such as not being liked, understood, losing people, and not belonging. We explore the concept of inner child healing and how it can help individuals connect with their authentic selves. Karenna emphasizes the significance of learning to give oneself what one needs and wants, rather than relying on others for validation and fulfillment. Our conversation highlights the importance of vulnerability and open communication in relationships, as well as the process of creating a sense of safety within oneself. Ultimately, we guide and encourage listeners to recognize their worthiness and prioritize their own needs and desires to break free from their people-pleasing cycles.   Karenna is a dynamic force in communication, relationship-building, and anxiety management, dedicated to empowering female leaders. With four years as a certified life coach and trauma-informed somatic practitioner, she guides women in speaking their truth, honouring their capacity, navigating tough conversations, and preventing burnout. In her decade-plus corporate journey, she transformed from a people pleaser into a respected, authentic leader.  She is here to invite female leaders into their fullest, expressed, and confident selves. She now serves as a professional speaker and podcast host of The Fully Expressed Podcast with Karenna.   Keywords: people-pleasing, fears, healing journey, self-compassion, authenticity, self-love, self-love, people-pleasing, inner child healing, authenticity, vulnerability, communication, worthiness   To connect with Karenna, follow her socials! https://karennasoto.com/podcast/ https://www.instagram.com/iamkarennasoto/   Takeaways: - People-pleasing is often driven by the fear of not being liked, losing people, and not belonging. - The fear of judgment and the fear of not being understood are common among people-pleasers. - Self-compassion and curiosity are essential in the healing journey to break free from people-pleasing tendencies -It is important to prioritize oneself and ask for help when needed. - The goal is to cultivate authenticity and self-love. Inner child healing can help individuals connect with their authentic selves and heal past wounds. - Learning to give oneself what they need and want is essential for self-love and personal growth. - Open communication and vulnerability are key in building healthy relationships. - Creating a sense of safety within oneself is crucial for breaking free from people-pleasing tendencies. - Recognizing one's worthiness and prioritizing personal needs and desires is essential for personal fulfillment.  Want to work with me more intimately to build resilience in your life? Book a free, first discovery call: https://commitmenttogrowth.com/coaching-services Check out the Commitment to Growth community on Instagram and TiK Tok: @commitmenttogrowth Check out the official website! www.commitmenttogrowth.com Join the Growth Hour Sisterhood Community on Meetup for women 18+ , wherever you are in the world! www.commitmenttogrowth.com/growth-hour Subscribe to The Commitment to Growth Newsletter and grab my FREE “Foundations of a Resilient You” Workbook: http://eepurl.com/hRiCob Email me with topic suggestions OR if you would like to be a guest on the show: commitmenttogrowthpod@gmail.com Podcast intro music credits: @korxx_official Podcast cover art: @sara_is_hungry
    1h 2m
  • It's not that you're a people pleaser, it's that you fear rejection

    16 ABR. 2024 · Welcome to the premiere episode of the “It’s Not That” series on The Commitment to Growth Podcast! In this series, we delve deep into understanding ourselves and transforming our lives by shifting our perspective toward the struggles we face. Get ready for insightful discussions and practical tips to navigate life's challenges with grace. In this episode, we explore the intricacies of people-pleasing, uncovering its roots and learning how to heal from it. Mariana takes us on a journey of self-discovery, inviting us to examine our own behaviours and patterns that lead to self-abandonment in our relationships. "People-pleasing" isn't just a label; it's a symptom of deeper emotional wounds. From childhood experiences to societal expectations, we unpack the various factors that contribute to this behaviour.  Discover how to navigate the triggers that lead you to people-please and empower yourself to prioritize and communicate your needs and desires. Mariana will walk you through a powerful 3-step process to amplify the voice of your heart to reclaim your authenticity and break free from the cycle of people-pleasing - with a bonus included! Takeaways: - People-pleasing is a symptom of deeper emotional wounds and learned behaviors. - Language plays a crucial role in shaping our self-perception and behavior; shifting from "I am a people-pleaser" to "I have people-pleasing tendencies" fosters awareness and growth. - People-pleasing often stems from childhood experiences, societal expectations, and the desire for love and acceptance. - Healing from people-pleasing involves mastering the space between stimulus and response, prioritizing self-awareness and authenticity. - Embracing your truth and speaking from your heart fosters genuine connections and conscious conversations. - A practical 3-step process is introduced to confront people-pleasing tendencies: identifying limiting beliefs, communicating authentically, and embracing your true self. - Healing from people-pleasing is a journey of self-discovery and empowerment, leading to greater authenticity and fulfillment in life. Chapters: 0:40 - How people pleasing creates inner conflict within ourselves 8:10- Holding space for ourselves in healing our people pleasing wounds 11:10 - Reframing how we speak to ourselves to become aware of people-pleasing behaviours 14:45 - Examples of early life experiences that wire us to become people-pleasures 21:44 - The double edged sword involved in people pleasing 23:50 - How people pleasing leads us to live via a perception of a perception 27:20 - How to navigate people pleasing in the corporate world 35:45 - Mariana’s personal examples of how healing people pleasing transformed her life 41:41 - A 3-step process for you to become aware of your people pleaser wounds when they arise and communicate from your authentic truth --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/commitmenttogrowthpodcast/message
    59m 26s
  • It's not that you're a people pleaser, it's that you fear rejection

    16 ABR. 2024 · Welcome to the premiere episode of the “It’s Not That” series on The Commitment to Growth Podcast! In this series, we delve deep into understanding ourselves and transforming our lives by shifting our perspective towards the struggles we face. Get ready for insightful discussions and practical tips to heal your inner people-pleaser challenges with grace.   In this episode, we explore the intricacies of people-pleasing, uncovering its roots and learning how to become more aware of our patterns from it. Mariana takes us on a journey of self-discovery, inviting us to examine our own behaviours and patterns that lead to self-abandonment in our relationships. "People-pleasing" isn't just a label; it's a symptom of deeper emotional wounds. From childhood experiences to societal expectations, we unpack the various factors that contribute to this behaviour.   Discover how to navigate the triggers that lead you to people-please and empower yourself to prioritize and communicate your needs and desires. Mariana will walk you through a powerful 3-step process to amplify the voice of your heart to reclaim your authenticity and break free from the cycle of people-pleasing - with a bonus included! GRAB YOUR COPY of my 11 transformative exercises in my "Healing the Innner People Pleaser Journal" for only $7.77 HERE: www.commitmenttogrowth.com/products-for-you A personal message for the days you feel "too much": https://www.instagram.com/reel/C5gdMSmL6uh/?igsh=MWR3MG1qOGptcmJteg== The Way of Integrity by Martha Beck: https://marthabeck.com/the-way-of-integrity/   Takeaways: - People-pleasing is a symptom of deeper emotional wounds and learned behaviors - Language plays a crucial role in shaping our self-perception and behavior; shifting from "I am a people-pleaser" to "I have people-pleasing tendencies" fosters awareness and growth. - People-pleasing often stems from childhood experiences, societal expectations, and the desire for love and acceptance. - Healing from people-pleasing involves mastering the space between stimulus and response, prioritizing self-awareness and authenticity. - Embracing your truth and speaking from your heart fosters genuine connections and conscious conversations. - A practical 3-step process is introduced to confront people-pleasing tendencies: identifying limiting beliefs, communicating authentically, and embracing your true self. - Healing from people-pleasing is a journey of self-discovery and empowerment, leading to greater authenticity and fulfillment in life.  Chapters: 0:40 - How people pleasing creates inner conflict within ourselves 8:10- Holding space for ourselves in healing our people pleasing wounds 11:10 - Reframing how we speak to ourselves to become aware of people-pleasing behaviours 14:45 - Examples of early life experiences that wire us to become people-pleasures 21:44 - The double edged sword involved in people pleasing 23:50 - How people pleasing leads us to live via a perception of a perception 27:20 - How to navigate people pleasing in the corporate world 35:45 - Mariana’s personal examples of how healing people pleasing transformed her life 41:41 - A 3-step process for you to become aware of your people pleaser wounds when they arise and communicate from your authentic truth
    59m 26s
  • Monthly Q&A: Making habits stick, trusting your inner voice, being right, and lots of philosophy

    2 ABR. 2024 · In the podcast's latest episode, I'm diving deep into your burning questions in our second official listener Q&A session! Join us as we explore various aspects of personal development and health, covering topics such as: - Strategies to make the gym habit stick and achieve fitness goals - Cultivating trust in our inner voice to attain our desires - Techniques for staying present and focused amidst the distractions of our wandering minds - Overcoming life's dead ends with a sense of purpose - Understanding how our perceptions and past experiences shape our worldview and our experience of others Tune in for this insightful discussion and get practical tips to enhance your personal growth and resilience. Don't miss out - you might just unlock your true potential! Want to work with me more intimately to build resilience in your life? Book a free, first discovery call: https://commitmenttogrowth.com/coaching-services Check out the Commitment to Growth community on Instagram and TiK Tok: @commitmenttogrowth Check out the official website! http://www.commitmenttogrowth.com Join the Growth Hour Sisterhood Community on Meetup for women 18+ , wherever you are in the world! http://www.commitmenttogrowth.com/growth-hour Subscribe to The Commitment to Growth Newsletter for monthly resources for self-development: http://eepurl.com/hRiCob Email me with topic suggestions OR if you would like to be a guest on the show: https://gmail.com Podcast intro music credits: @korxx_official --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/commitmenttogrowthpodcast/message
    58m 22s

The Commitment to Growth Podcast is your go-to destination for transformative insights and resilience coaching in a sip. Join me, Mariana Jimenez, as we delve into intimate, unfiltered conversations exploring...

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The Commitment to Growth Podcast is your go-to destination for transformative insights and resilience coaching in a sip. Join me, Mariana Jimenez, as we delve into intimate, unfiltered conversations exploring life's highs and lows, navigating the nuances of personal growth with authenticity and vulnerability.

Embark on a journey of self-discovery as we uncover the power of embracing life's challenges as opportunities for growth. Each episode offers practical strategies, mindset shifts, and actionable habits to empower you on your path to becoming the best version of yourself.

Join me and our esteemed guests as we delve into the art of resilience, life coaching techniques, and the keys to unlocking your full potential. Together, let's cultivate a mindset of resilience that will empower you to thrive in every aspect of your life.

Tune in to The Commitment to Growth Podcast and embark on a transformative journey toward living the life of your dreams. Because true growth isn't just about reaching the destination—it's about embracing the journey with courage, grace, and unwavering commitment. Whether you're seeking personal growth, self-help strategies, or life coaching insights, my podcast is your ultimate resource for unlocking your true potential.

Mariana is a Resilience Coach for women, focused on helping women build a foundation of holistic resilience by cultivating adequate habits, relationships with themselves and others, mindsets, and lifestyle practices that give rise to the strength and perseverance required to navigate adversity and achieve the life of their dreams.
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