1 hr 7 min

Sarah Davidson (Seize The Yay) on happy accidents & breaking the autopilot circuit The Balance Theory

    • Self-Improvement

Today I am joined by the wonderful Sarah Davidson - founder of Matcha Maiden, Matcha Mylkbar & host of the Seize The Yay podcast. I have a been a big fan of Sarah's for some time now and I love her even more after this interview (total fan girl moment for me)!
Today we chat about how Sarah got to where she is today, the happy accidents & sliding doors moment that have landed her in many unforeseen but amazing situations as well as how the entire Seize The Yay concept came to be. In and amongst this, a chat about the danger zone a lot of us are in - the zone where we won't really question what we are doing, unless we are actively unhappy. She refers to this as the autopilot circuit and gives us her tips on how to break this and find true purpose - even if we don't change a thing. We also chat about Seizing Your NAY which is equally as important as the yay, finding your why, rewiring failures as movement forwards and her tips on meaningful self care.
We end with a chat about the importance of PLAY & why dreaming big needs to be small enough so you can actually start.
I can't wait for you to tune into this one - I know you will love it as much as me!
Check out all Sarah's up to @spoonful_of_sarah
Enjoy & share with a loved one!
Stay Balanced
Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/thebalancetheory.

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Today I am joined by the wonderful Sarah Davidson - founder of Matcha Maiden, Matcha Mylkbar & host of the Seize The Yay podcast. I have a been a big fan of Sarah's for some time now and I love her even more after this interview (total fan girl moment for me)!
Today we chat about how Sarah got to where she is today, the happy accidents & sliding doors moment that have landed her in many unforeseen but amazing situations as well as how the entire Seize The Yay concept came to be. In and amongst this, a chat about the danger zone a lot of us are in - the zone where we won't really question what we are doing, unless we are actively unhappy. She refers to this as the autopilot circuit and gives us her tips on how to break this and find true purpose - even if we don't change a thing. We also chat about Seizing Your NAY which is equally as important as the yay, finding your why, rewiring failures as movement forwards and her tips on meaningful self care.
We end with a chat about the importance of PLAY & why dreaming big needs to be small enough so you can actually start.
I can't wait for you to tune into this one - I know you will love it as much as me!
Check out all Sarah's up to @spoonful_of_sarah
Enjoy & share with a loved one!
Stay Balanced
Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/thebalancetheory.

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

1 hr 7 min