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There's incredible personal freedom in truth, yet we spend much of our lives showing up the way we think we 'should'. The ways that will make our parents happy, our colleagues respect us, society at large accept us, and of course, the ways that will make us look good on Instagram and social media.

In My Truth is the antidote to the ‘shoulds’. Be a fly on the wall as my guests and I dive into the stories and untruths are living with and working through in real time.

My name is Sarah Riegelhuth, and as I recently updated my Insta bio to read, I’m not one thing, but many. Professionally, I run Grow My Team and am one of the co-founders of The League of Extraordinary Women. But personally, I’m a lot more than that.

Last year I moved through a breakdown. I also moved through a breakup, changed my entire career professionally, sold my company... a LOT of change.

During this period, I had a strong calling to share what was really going on for me publicly on my blog and social media. I don't know why, but I really felt it was important to open up these conversations and share with people what was really happening behind the scenes in my life.

This resulted in a lot of people reaching out to have deep conversations, and I started imagining what it could look like if other people could listen in on these conversations, and the healing that would come from that.

I knew I was healing, I knew the people I was having conversations with were healing, and I really felt that if other people could listen to these conversations, to what was happening in real time as we worked through things, that healing would come to many.

And so on a drive from Vancouver to Colorado, a pilgrimage, where I was moving back to a state that has called my heart ever since I set foot there, this podcast In My Truth was born.

Listen in on these raw-as-f*ck conversations I have with my guests, as we work through the untruths we’re currently living with, in real time.

So, let’s dive in.

In My Truth Sarah Riegelhuth

    • Education

Ready to dive into truth?

There's incredible personal freedom in truth, yet we spend much of our lives showing up the way we think we 'should'. The ways that will make our parents happy, our colleagues respect us, society at large accept us, and of course, the ways that will make us look good on Instagram and social media.

In My Truth is the antidote to the ‘shoulds’. Be a fly on the wall as my guests and I dive into the stories and untruths are living with and working through in real time.

My name is Sarah Riegelhuth, and as I recently updated my Insta bio to read, I’m not one thing, but many. Professionally, I run Grow My Team and am one of the co-founders of The League of Extraordinary Women. But personally, I’m a lot more than that.

Last year I moved through a breakdown. I also moved through a breakup, changed my entire career professionally, sold my company... a LOT of change.

During this period, I had a strong calling to share what was really going on for me publicly on my blog and social media. I don't know why, but I really felt it was important to open up these conversations and share with people what was really happening behind the scenes in my life.

This resulted in a lot of people reaching out to have deep conversations, and I started imagining what it could look like if other people could listen in on these conversations, and the healing that would come from that.

I knew I was healing, I knew the people I was having conversations with were healing, and I really felt that if other people could listen to these conversations, to what was happening in real time as we worked through things, that healing would come to many.

And so on a drive from Vancouver to Colorado, a pilgrimage, where I was moving back to a state that has called my heart ever since I set foot there, this podcast In My Truth was born.

Listen in on these raw-as-f*ck conversations I have with my guests, as we work through the untruths we’re currently living with, in real time.

So, let’s dive in.

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