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Raise Your Hand Say Yes with Tiffany Han teaches smart, capable humans raise their hands and say yes to all those things they want to do, be, and say without compromising their standards...or their sanity! Because it's time to have a life that feels as good on the inside as it looks on the outside.

For more information and show notes, visit http://tiffanyhan.com/podcast.

Raise Your Hand Say Yes with Tiffany Han Tiffany Han, Coach & Speaker

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Raise Your Hand Say Yes with Tiffany Han teaches smart, capable humans raise their hands and say yes to all those things they want to do, be, and say without compromising their standards...or their sanity! Because it's time to have a life that feels as good on the inside as it looks on the outside.

For more information and show notes, visit http://tiffanyhan.com/podcast.

    Ep. 334: Anne Ditmeyer on Rewriting Rules, Solving Problems, and Getting Lost (on purpose!)

    Ep. 334: Anne Ditmeyer on Rewriting Rules, Solving Problems, and Getting Lost (on purpose!)

    This week, I'm in conversation with creative coach, explorer, educator, designer, and Inner Circler Anne Ditmeyer.
    Listen in to hear us talk about being uncool, giving yourself permission to be ridiculous, why getting lost is a good thing, what happens when you keep saying yes to opportunity, why you're allowed to seek out joy even during a pandemic, and the power of using creativity to solve problems. We also talk about her experience in the Inner Circle (applications are now open!), so if you're curious about what's available there, have a listen!
    What She Said:
    "I want to be as uncool as possible."
    “Nobody acknowledges how much time content takes to create”.
    "What are those stories that aren't told?"
    "Make it human."
    “The value comes from people who are not like us.”
    “Get lost on purpose; there are multiple ways to reach a destination.”
    "Drawing on a banana is the new standard."
    "Be ridiculous."
    Those Timestamps:
    09:00 - The creative process is messy
    16:40 - Managing your goals
    19:50 - Finding your own way to do things
    24:00 - Connecting with people
    27:30 - Using COVID lockdown to make new rules
    31:30 - How creativity is problem solving
    Show Notes: 
    Applications are open for the Inner Circle!
    Connect with Anne:
    Site | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook
    Anne's Prêt à Voyager blog
    Anne's Navigate Paris class
    Anne's Happy Exploring in 2020 New Year's Card
    Christine Herrin's Everyday Explorers
    Book: Wired to Create: Unraveling the Mysteries of the Creative Mind by Scott Barry Kaufman
    Book: The Journey is the Destination: The Journals of Dan Eldon

    • 1h 3 min
    Ep. 333.5: All about the Raise Your Hand Say Yes Inner Circle!

    Ep. 333.5: All about the Raise Your Hand Say Yes Inner Circle!

    I've got a bonus episode for you today because applications are officially open for the upcoming starting-on-October-1 round of my year-long Raise Your Hand Say Yes Inner Circle experience!
     
    Ready to go? Get all the details and application here: https://raiseyourhandsayyes.com
     
    In this episode, I walk you through my vision for this experience, why it's structured the way it is, what it will bring to your life, and what's really going on if your first question is, "how much time will it take?"
     
    Applications are open through 9/25, but if you know you're in, don't dilly dally as I will close applications early if the program fills.
     
    GET THE DETAILS: https://raiseyourhandsayyes.com
     
    Have a q about the course? Email me at bonjour@tiffanyhan.com or DM me on Instagram (https://instagram.com/thetiffanyhan)

    • 54 min
    Ep. 333: Gillian Freeman on Finding Peace & Freedom

    Ep. 333: Gillian Freeman on Finding Peace & Freedom

    I am so excited to be talking with one of my current Inner Circlers Gillian Freeman, of Pen & Thimble, this week! Gillian creates handmade, eco-friendly products for her business and is a busy mom of 2.
    In this episode, we talk about her experience in the Inner Circle, what brought her to the work, what she learned about pausing and taking breaks, and why she didn't really believe that what's happened for her was possible (but it was!).
    We also talk about how things changed for her along the way, why she's taken up a new hobby, and where she's looking next.
    Applications open Monday 9/14 for the next round of the Raise Your Hand Say Yes Inner Circle (we start October 1!) and if you're wondering if it's a good fit for you, Gillian's story will be helpful so you can see what's available!
    What She Said:
    "Success that's built on a foundation of burnout is not success."
    "It's not just about the business but who you are as a person - what you believe and what you want."
    "You don't have to put all of your ambition on hold in order to feel good in your life."
    "Whatever you need to do, start now... It's a journey."
    Those Timestamps:
    07:18 - Not being a robot
    20:46 - It's okay to hit pause
    26:52 - Doing the work with bigger/deeper alignment
    31:38 - How Gillian got into crocheting  
    35:42 - Relaxation and reconnecting with oneself
    44:09 - What's next for Gillian?
    50:38 - Reopening with grace and faith
    59:55 - How to do the work without the burnout
    Show Notes: 
    RSVP for the free September 8-10 Choose Yourself Challenge
    The Raise Your Hand Say Yes Inner Circle
    Connect with Gillian:
    Site | Instagram | Pinterest | Etsy | Amazon
    The Nap Ministry
    RYHSY Episode on Burnout

    • 1h 2 min
    Ep. 332: Those Unseen Costs of Staying Still

    Ep. 332: Those Unseen Costs of Staying Still

    Yes. Raising your hand and saying yes to what you want for your life is going to require time and energy. And you might have precious little of it (hey! There's a free challenge for that!). But this week, I'm talking through all the things that not following through on what we want for our lives is costing us.
     
    And what I know is that it's time for us to shift our standards of what's acceptable. To stop letting doubt make our decisions. To take a stand for what we want even when circumstances are less than ideal.
     
    Overcoming inertia will always be a challenge. It will only get harder the longer you wait. And those things keeping you up at night? They aren't going anywhere. So what would happen if you started investing in yourself. (Yes. Even right now.)
     
    In this episode, you'll hear me talk about helping you set a foundation of being yourself in your life. Showing up to everything as the single version of you. Living on the outside as who you know you're ready to be on the inside. It's bold and brave and beautiful. Let's go.
     
    What I Said:
     
    "Your pre-COVID life was too much. No wonder you don't know where to put yourself right now."
     
    "Continuous improvement is not your life's purpose."
     
    "Staying where you know you don't want to be is never going to help get you what you want."
     
    "I'm asking you to step into simultaneously easing up on yourself and holding the entire world to a higher standard of what's okay and acceptable."
     
    "Long-term stress is killing us."
     
    "Extreme dissatisfaction can be an impetus for change."
     
    "The resistance keeping you still is only going to get louder the longer you wait."
     
    Those Timestamps:
     
    04:57 - The unseen cost of not saying yes to yourself  
    13:36 - Knowing when to start looking for something else
    20:04 - Extreme dissatisfaction and overcoming resistance 
    29:17 - The power of rest and slowing down
    35:36 - Taking a step closer every day
    38:35 - Are you playing the game you want to win? 
    43:31 - How to start making your shift
     
    Show Notes:
     
    RSVP for the free September 8-10 Choose Yourself Challenge
     
    Submit a q or topic idea for a future podcast episode
     
    Take the Agency Archetypes Quiz

    • 46 min
    Ep. 331: Glennon Doyle on Becoming Untamed, Real Self-care, and Changing Your Mind

    Ep. 331: Glennon Doyle on Becoming Untamed, Real Self-care, and Changing Your Mind

    This week, I'm kicking off Season 8 with Glennon Doyle!
    Glennon is a New York Times Bestselling author, an activist and thought leader, and is the founder and president of Together Rising, an all-women led nonprofit organization that has revolutionized grassroots philanthropy – raising over $25 Million for women, families, and children in crisis.
    In this conversation, we talk about Glennon's new book Untamed (it's ESSENTIAL READING y'all!), and cover the following: doubt, faith, what's required before you can really take care of yourself, how to consider what the most true and beautiful version of your life is, why permission to change your own mind is critical, and how you can find your own "there she is" moment.
    What Glennon Said:
    "May our dreams become our plans."
    "Faith is a belief in the unseen order of things."
    "It's impossible to take care of yourself and your family if you don't first untame."
    "There is no construction of the new without destruction of the old."
    "The goal of family is to create a community where everybody gets to bring their full self to the table."
    "Truth is kindness even if it makes people uncomfortable."
    Listen to Learn:
    08:09 - Living the truest most beautiful life (and how this is available to everyone)
    14:38 - Believing in the unseen order of things and how to hold onto that faith when things feel rocky
    18:29 - How Glennon deals with doubt (yes! She has it too!)
    22:46 - Permission to change your mind and why it's a hard thing to think about
    27:50 - Living an 'untamed' life (The cheetah story) and how we're thinking of our goals all wrong
    36:47 - Overcoming the fear of rocking the boat
    46:39 - How Truth-Telling the truth is kindness
    54:14 - Finding that 'there she is' moment (and how it might be different from what you think!)
    Show Notes: 
    Get on the early-bird notification list for the RYHSY Inner Circle
    Submit a q or topic idea for a future podcast episode
    Take the Agency Archetypes Quiz
    Connect with Glennon:
    Site | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook
    Glennon's books:
    Untamed | Love Warrior | Carry on, Warrior
    Together Rising
    We are the Luckiest by Laura McKowen
    Laura McKowen on RYHSY: Finding your Bigger Yes
    Laura McKowen on RYHSY: Telling the Truth. Out loud.
    Nat Lue on RYHSY: Boundaries, Emotions, and the Dark Side (!) of People Pleasing
    Nat Lue on RYHSY: Relationships, Bandwidth, Anxiety, and Respect

    • 57 min
    Ep. 330: Living in and Embracing Contradictions

    Ep. 330: Living in and Embracing Contradictions

    Do you need rest or to work harder? Should you focus on your end goal or stay present to what you need right now? Is what you're doing too much or not enough?
    This week, I'm diving into how learning to live within contradictions instead of either/or thinking can help us both more forward towards our goals and feel better within our days.
    What I said:
    "Step into the breadth of everything that is in the IN-BETWEEN instead of thinking about things as EITHER-OR."
    "The point of having goals is to help you decide your very first step of action, not put you on a forever-path."
    "Building relationships with people does not mean that you have to sacrifice who you are."
    "Maybe it's the all-or-nothing thinking and not your failing as a human that's keeping you stuck."
    Those Timestamps:
    00:28 - Living in the contradictions
    08:06 - Hurry up or slow down?
    13:31 - Have goals or detach from outcomes?
    21:15 - Live your values or build relationships?
    24:16 - Know where you want to go or live in the now?
    30:21 - Take care of yourself or stay flexible
    37:10 - Too fast...Too much or Too slow...Not enough aka How to proceed if you feel like there's SO MUCH you can't control.
    Show Notes: 
    Get on the early-bird notification list for the RYHSY Inner Circle
    Submit a q or topic idea for a future podcast episode
    Take the Agency Archetypes Quiz

    • 43 min

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