John Harrison is a professional psychotherapist and coach. He brings his insight and experience from his former career as a military officer, 9-5 office worker, and his current career as a therapist and coach, in interviews with professionals, psychology experts, and those living their higher potential. Each week you’ll get discussion, stories, and insights on finding your “why”, how to optimize your life and business, and the mental and emotional challenges that can keep you stuck. He and his guests explore the practical and spiritual aspects of engaging in a satisfying career and a meaningful life.
Nicole Christina: Making Gratitude Practical
Nicole Christina is a psychotherapist with more than 25 years of clinical experience. She specializes in Positive Aging, eating and food related issues, burnout, and stress reduction.
Nicole explains how simple, grounded techniques can help you relax so that you are able to see the bigger picture and feel more grateful.
Nicole has some smart and simple tips you can work on to reduce anxiety and see the world through a different lens.
Mia Quaglia: Divorce and Thrive
Mia Quaglia is a therapist who runs Divorce and Thrive, a coaching academy that heals and empowers women to discover life after divorce.
She and John talk about perceptions of divorce: Mia thinks men and women experience this differently, and her work helps women discover the affirmation of shared experience. They discuss how you know when to make a decision, how to leave behind blame and regret, and how to make this change a positive experience and stepping stone to the future.
True Take: Inevitable Disappointment
Shit happens. Sometimes it's a little harder to take than others. I had what I thought was a sure thing and a great opportunity for my career. It didn't work out. But it was a reminder of a very important lesson. Sometimes the thing that doesn't work out, the problem you are resenting, is the very thing you need. If you listen to what you are experiencing.
True Take: Putting Yourself Out There
It's not easy to put ourselves out there. Most people can be decent at self confidence, but struggle with self esteem. When we take away all of the success measures and accolades, what do we have left? But we're all attracted to honesty. We are going to get more aligned with the right people and those people who don't resonate with your truth will fall by the wayside. Subscribe to the True Calling Project podcast on iTunes or find it here: www.lifemadeconscious.com/category/truecallingproject/
Justin Spicer: How to Market Your Authentic Self
Justin Spicer is a video producer at globevillestudios.com. He has a unique take on 'marketing' for counsellors and therapists.
Justin makes YouTube videos for private practices, and uses SEO to help more people hear these authentic testimonials.
He takes time to have a conversation with people about what they love and lets their passion do the talking. It's not about creating a polished presentation - instead he helps people connect with others through sharing a snapshot of who they really are.
True Take: The Next Step is Right in Front of You
One of our greatest habits is to look and expect to find all of the answers BEFORE we act. As if we need to have the most information in front of us, be without fear, or have ultimate certainty before we take a chance. We'll never know until we start. It's about living life and that includes the doubts, failures, and uncertainties. And to get the things we're after, we first need to take that step that's right in front of us.