006 Inviting People Into Your Journey

podcast Aug 28, 2018

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We’re getting real with Rebecca Chalson on today’s episode. Rebecca is a marketing expert and networking concierge who is known for her enthusiasm and passion for helping business professionals grow their circle of influence and support locally through one-on-one consulting, events, masterminds, and workshops. She helps people to look behind the name tag to the strengths of the person you’re meeting at an event.

In this conversation, we’re discussing:

  • Moving to the next level when you’re getting to know someone
  • How the Inner Critic impacts us when we’re out of our comfort zone
  • Inviting people into the journey of dethroning your Inner Critic

Recommended Resources:

You can learn more about Rebecca’s networking resources at www.FullCircleNetworking.com or through email at [email protected].

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005 What is the WHY behind what you’re doing?

podcast Aug 21, 2018
 

Today, Emily and Joanna are chatting with Jennifer Hurvitz, relationship coach and author of the book One Happy Divorce. Her ability to engage clients with her down-to-earth approach gives them a “thinking partner” to get them through the stress of divorce. Jennifer is also a blogger and host of the podcast Doing Divorce Right.

In our conversation with Jennifer, we’re talking about:

  • What we’re able to create when we’re supported
  • Acknowledging our strengths
  • Putting your ego aside during divorce for your kids
  • We parent from our Inner Critic and internalize it
  • Overcoming our instinct to quit when it gets hard
  • Finding the place where we can disconnect from our Inner Critic
  • Separating from our Inner Critic to get closer to our partner

Key Takeaways:

 

“I tell my kids all the time: I was a quitter. I quit everything when it got hard. I’m not quitting now.”

“We believe our children deserve to be raised in a world where they...

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004: Sex Toys and Your Inner Critic

podcast Aug 14, 2018
 

Today, we’re chatting with Freda Hobbs. Freda is a life coach, HR generalist...and she sells sex toys! She is also an expert with Campowerment, a yearly women’s retreat. A graduate of the University of Virginia with a degree in English, she has worked in both the public and private sectors as an educator and human resource professional.

In our conversation, we’re discussing:

  • How Freda’s Inner Critic impacted her direct sales business
  • Using data to tell our Inner Critic to shut up
  • What our Inner Critics actually LOOK like
  • The connection between life coaching and selling sex toys
  • How our relationships with our spouse are connected to our success in all areas of our lives

Key takeaways:

“People just don’t feel empowered because they don’t know where to get the information or they don’t even know they already have it.”

“You have to remember what your WHY is...if the work is getting in the way then that’s not why I...

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The Dethroning Your Inner Critic Podcast Episode 003: Cheldin Barlatt Rumer

podcast Aug 07, 2018
 

In today’s episode, we’re chatting with Cheldin Barlatt Rumer, CEO of i-g Creative and host of This is it TV.  She’s a seasoned marketing executive and executive producer of an interactive online program which connects her growing community to influential trendsetters, promotes new and exciting products and services and shares engaging and inspiring stories.

Most recently, Rumer has developed an effective yet cost-effective online marketing course and program called SCREAM YOUR DREAM. This digital, hands-on, educational tool has been designed specifically to support the needs of small businesses owners, entrepreneurs and independent sales professionals who are looking to take their marketing efforts to the next level while achieving their realistic and measurable on-going business goals. Rumer’s clients and community gathers each day within her online SCREAM YOUR DREAM Facebook Group.

During the conversation, we chat with Cheldin about:

  • How Cheldin...
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The Dethroning Your Inner Critic Podcast Episode 002: Ellyn Mantell

podcast Jul 31, 2018

On this episode of the Dethroning Your Inner Critic podcast, we’re talking to Emily’s mother Ellyn Mantell. She is an Ostomy coach and mentor as well as a motivational speaker. We’re diving deep into what it means to face life-threatening illness and overcoming the limiting voice of our Inner Critic so we can model authentic living to our children.

In this episode, we’re chatting about:

  • How Ellyn’s Inner Critic tried to be “better” than everyone else’s Inner Critic
  • Why helping other people can be the key to helping us dethrone our Inner Critics
  • What happens when we choose to not let health obstacles stand in our way
  • The example our mothers set for us help us understand our truth
  • You will have a better life when you admit that you’re human
  • When we’re real with the world, our children will be able to do the same
  • We become an action or reaction to our experiences

Key Takeaways:

“I started seeing my daughters...

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The Dethroning Your Inner Critic Podcast Episode 001: Judy Fox

podcast Jul 24, 2018
 

On the first episode of the Dethroning Your Inner Critic podcast, we’re talking to Joanna’s mother Judy Fox. She has 40 years of experience as a psychotherapist in private practice. She has a dual Master’s Degree in Therapeutic Education and School Psychology, as well as being a certified Hypnotherapist.

In this episode, we’re chatting about:

  • How the Inner Critic can show up no matter how successful you are or how much inner work we do.
  • The distinction between our worry and the voice of our Inner Critic
  • How Judy can tell that her Inner Critic is on her throne (and how she is able to dethrone her).
  • How to get familiar with the Inner Critic’s repetitive patterns
  • How our struggles become our greatest lessons
  • Our language creates our reality
  • The role Judy’s Inner Critic plays in her parenting

Key Takeaways:

“When it’s my Inner Critic, it’s far more focused on me than it is about what’s going to happen and when.”

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The Power of Community

community Jun 13, 2018

The reports of the suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain have precipitated numerous conversations on social media as well as in family living rooms. This is so remarkable because these conversations are rarely held in public.

People who may be prone to thinking about suicide are those who have a strong ability to live in denial and cover up what they are experiencing internally.  They often put on a façade and enroll the world into believing that they are fine, while hiding the pain they are really experiencing.

We live in a culture that encourages pretense.  We pretend that everything is fine and good so that we can post happy images on social media and look like our lives our problem free.  We have ordinary conversations about emotional issues; relating to emotional pain as something to hide, something we are ashamed of. If these conversations occur at all, they are usually spoken to a therapist, or coach, or to certain close friends.

For someone who is...

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Are You Parenting From Love or Fear?

parenting Apr 11, 2018

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 Hey Dethroning Tribe!

This weeks message is a special shout out to all you parents out there. As parents, we dream about who our children are going to be, how they might be like us, how they might be different from us, and how we can raise them to be happy and successful in life.  While this dreaming is a normal part of parenthood, many of us wake up one day only to realize that our children are just different than what we expected.  

Because we have expectations of who we want our children to be, and how we want them to behave in their lives, when they don’t fit this picture, we may automatically react from a place of trying to fix or change them to fit our expectations. If we can’t fix or change them, we may feel that we have failed as a parent, or are not doing a good enough job in raising our children. And as our children continue to grow, our fear of messing them up can continue to grow, too. Sound familiar? You are...

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Is Your Inner Critic Being a B*$ch about Spring?

Now that it’s Spring, we’re putting away our winter coats. The daffodils are out, the sun is shining, and the days are longer. Many of us feel the pull to spend more time outside, clear away the cutter in our homes, or maybe take on a new eating or exercise routine.

For others, the change of the season is just another reason for their Inner Critic to hyper-focus on what is missing in their life. The newness of Spring is another reminder that someone else is happier. (And if you need proof, just take a look at your Instagram feed!)

When it feels like life is better for your Facebook friends on the beach for Spring break, your Inner Critic is jumping straight into the “shoulding”. She’s saying, “It’s Spring. Everyone loves Spring. You should too. You’re supposed to be happy! Everyone else is!”

Does any of this sound familiar? You’re not alone.

Here’s the thing: When your Inner Critic is triggered by the newness of...

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A Twist On The Golden Rule

life relationships self Mar 28, 2018

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We are all very familiar with the Golden Rule: treat people the way you want to be treated.  But what if you are someone who feels let you down by the way people are treating you?

Here’s a twist on the Golden Rule that people rarely consider:  When the people you love are not treating you the way you want to be treated, perhaps it is because you expect them to give you what you have not learned to give yourself.

When you have not learned to give yourself the love, kindness and compassion that you need, you can become easily triggered by another’s behavior.

For instance, if your Inner Critic frequently speaks to you in disparaging ways, you may become overly reactive to the smallest bit of disrespect from your teenager despite knowing that this behavior is typical of a child this age.  If your Inner Critic makes you feel like you are not valued or important enough, your spouse’s forgetfulness to check in with you...

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