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All external pressure is off ladies! It’s time to listen to the inner pull. Mastering the art of knowing when to slow down and breathe vs. when to take action. It's time we value our desires. See your value. Own it. Communicate it. It’s time to become wildly #emotionallyuncomfortable
This podcast will crack you open and force you to grow. Interviews and storytelling about business, emotional intelligence, creativity, love, being different, parenting, and more...

Emotionally Uncomfortable Hosted by Heather Chauvin | Insights inspired by Mel Robbins, Bréne Brown,

    • 健康與體能

All external pressure is off ladies! It’s time to listen to the inner pull. Mastering the art of knowing when to slow down and breathe vs. when to take action. It's time we value our desires. See your value. Own it. Communicate it. It’s time to become wildly #emotionallyuncomfortable
This podcast will crack you open and force you to grow. Interviews and storytelling about business, emotional intelligence, creativity, love, being different, parenting, and more...

    959: "I was choosing myself, and it wasn't comfortable for people around me." {Interview with Adriana Mastronardi}

    959: "I was choosing myself, and it wasn't comfortable for people around me." {Interview with Adriana Mastronardi}

    "To be a good parent, you need to take care of yourself so that you can have the physical and emotional energy to take care of your family.” – Michelle Obama
    In this episode, Adriana shares her story and highlights:
    What it is like to choose yourself and how to manage the associated negative feelings that may arise 
    Acknowledging that we "teach" people how to treat us and that we can teach them to treat us differently 
    How the way we tell our story impacts our lives and our expectations of the people & things around us Adriana is an Environmental Engineer with a Master's Degree in Environmental Health from the University of Michigan. In 2008, she quit her job to pursue her passion for teaching.
    After her 3rd child was born, she felt that she got lost in the shuffle of raising a family and working full time. So, she set out on a journey of re-discovery.
    She found fitness and quickly fell in love with getting strong. She wants other women to understand the importance of making time for themselves while using fitness and nutrition to guide that process. 
    Find her on Instagram @cup.of.dri 
    Continue the conversation on Instagram @heatherchauvin_ 
    Find out more and apply to the Mastery Coaching program here: https://heatherchauvin.com/summer
    To get my freebies, head over to: www.heatherchauvin.com/energy

    • 44 分鐘
    958: "The 3 Essentials That Keep Me Focused & Energized in Chaotic Seasons"

    958: "The 3 Essentials That Keep Me Focused & Energized in Chaotic Seasons"

    “Don’t wait. The time will never be just right." – Napoleon Hill


    In this episode, I talk about:
    Facing our post-pandemic lives and acknowledging that we might be inclined to fall back into old habits and routines 
    The importance of creating sustainable change through the daily practice of micro habits
    Embracing "messy consistency" as the break away from perfectionism 
    The importance of putting into place boundaries with yourself; having "emotional boundaries" so that your emotions don't sabotage you  Continue the conversation on Instagram @heatherchauvin_

    Find out more and apply to the Mastery Coaching program here: https://heatherchauvin.com/summer

    To get my freebies, head over to: www.heatherchauvin.com/energy

    • 29 分鐘
    957: "How are you really?" {Interview with Jenna Kutcher}

    957: "How are you really?" {Interview with Jenna Kutcher}

    "It is never too late to be what you might have been.” – George Eliot
    In this episode, Jenna shares her story and highlights:
    Understanding if you really want to quit something or if you just need a break Knowing that a lot of avoiding what we have to do is based on the fear of what others will think Acknowledging that everything is relationship-based, including the relationship we have with ourselves and our bodies  Jenna Kutcher is a born-and-raised Minnesota wife, mother, and entrepreneur who aims for two things daily: helping others wake up to life and staying in comfy pants. Creator and host of the top-rated Goal Digger Podcast, she’s helped thousands redefine success and chase bold dreams through her decade-long work as a leading online personality and educator.
    Find her on Instagram @jennakutcher
    For more info on Jenna's NEW book, visit: 
    http://howareyoureallybook.com/
    Continue the conversation on Instagram @heatherchauvin_ 
    To get my freebies, head over to: www.heatherchauvin.com/energy 

    • 27 分鐘
    956: "Hope Is Not A Strategy"

    956: "Hope Is Not A Strategy"

     “If I am not for myself, who will be for me? But if I am only for myself, what am I? And if not now, when?" – Hillel
    In this episode, I talk about:
    Paying attention to our "cycle" of burnout and how our goals are affected during the summer holidays
    The importance of "wildly imperfect, consistent action" when creating change in your life
    Acknowledging the consequences of neglecting the emotional, physical, and spiritual parts of ourselves Continue the conversation on Instagram @heatherchauvin_

    To get my freebies, head over to: www.heatherchauvin.com/energy

    • 34 分鐘
    955: "Wouldn't it be nice if..." Giving Yourself Permission to Transition {Interview with Kim Rittberg}

    955: "Wouldn't it be nice if..." Giving Yourself Permission to Transition {Interview with Kim Rittberg}

    "To exist is to change, to change is to mature, to mature is to go on creating oneself endlessly.” – Henri Bergson
    In this episode, Kim shares her story and highlights:
    Learning how to manage transitions and what the most important factors are to make transitions easier Facing identity changes and challenging expectations when going through a change The importance of regularly reassessing your choices and asking, "Who am I doing this for?" Kim Rittberg is an established media executive who launched and ran Us Weekly’s video unit (leading to its $100 million dollar sale), led Netflix marketing campaigns, and wrote and produced TV news and lifestyle shows. Kim has found success running her own boutique content strategy and video production company, Henry Street Media. She has been a speaker and instructor at The University of Pennsylvania, Syracuse, and General Assembly.
    She has also launched her very own podcast titled "Mom's Exit Interview". 
    Listen to her podcast and find more info on working with Kim at www.kimrittberg.com 
    Continue the conversation on Instagram @heatherchauvin_ 
    For your own AG1 supply, visit: www.athleticgreens.com/eu
    To get my freebies, head over to: www.heatherchauvin.com/energy 

    • 54 分鐘
    954: "Able to Receive More - Business, Parenting, and Emotional Breakthrough"

    954: "Able to Receive More - Business, Parenting, and Emotional Breakthrough"

    “Achieve” comes before “Believe” in the dictionary, but the order is switched in real life.” ― Joyce Meyer


    In this episode, I talk about:
    Understanding the origins of Imposter Syndrome from a genetic and societal viewpoint
    Identifying "rescuing" behavior and the consequences this behavior has on our relationships 
    Linking the way we define and commit ourselves in our personal life to how we show up for our business
    Continue the conversation on Instagram @heatherchauvin_

    For info on the Revenue Breakthrough Challenge head over to: https://heatherchauvin.com/money 

    To get my freebies, head over to: www.heatherchauvin.com/energy
     

    • 22 分鐘

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