11 episódios

Meet leaders who recognized their own pain, worked through it, and stepped up into greater leadership. Each week, we dive into how leaders like you deal with struggle and growth so that you can lead without burnout or loneliness. If you're eager to make an impact in your community or business, Rebecca Ching, LMFT, will give you practical strategies for redefining challenges and vulnerability while becoming a better leader. Find the courage, confidence, clarity, and compassion to step up for yourself and your others--even when things feel really, really hard.

The Unburdened Leader Rebecca Ching, LMFT

    • Enriquecimento individual

Meet leaders who recognized their own pain, worked through it, and stepped up into greater leadership. Each week, we dive into how leaders like you deal with struggle and growth so that you can lead without burnout or loneliness. If you're eager to make an impact in your community or business, Rebecca Ching, LMFT, will give you practical strategies for redefining challenges and vulnerability while becoming a better leader. Find the courage, confidence, clarity, and compassion to step up for yourself and your others--even when things feel really, really hard.

    EP 10: Leading With Boundaries vs Over-Functioning with Krystel Stacey

    EP 10: Leading With Boundaries vs Over-Functioning with Krystel Stacey

    Over-functioning is the default setting for so many leaders.
    They want to fix and rescue everything—and sometimes that looks like working harder than others. But is that truly leading?
    Fueled by anxiety, a high sense of responsibility, and a lack of clear boundaries, over-functioning can hijack the best of us. What’s tricky in overcoming over-functioning is that part of your superpower is seeing the solution and knowing what needs to be done to fix it.
    And while over-functioning might be a part of your day-to-day life as a leader, boundaries can be the balm to soothe your default over-functioning and need to fix-all-the-things to become the leader you’re meant to be.
    My guest in this episode is Krystel Stacey. She’s a powerhouse serial entrepreneur who leads and works hard to make everything around her beautiful and filled with meaning and purpose.
    Krystel is also the owner of six businesses and is dedicated to inspiring fellow leaders and entrepreneurs through her successes, and her struggles.
    Listen to the full episode to hear:

    * Why Krystel is so passionate about creating experiences with vision and meaning
    * How important boundaries are in her work
    * How releasing the responsibility of over-functioning in favor of a life aligned with her purpose and vision differentiated from those she leads and supports
    * The beauty she is committed to creating out of a space of pain and loss
    * How the fruits of starting her own family supported her coming into her own

    Learn more about Krystel Stacey:
    (http://shemindsherownbusiness.com)

    (http://shemindsherownbusiness.com)
    * (http://shemindsherownbusiness.com)SheMindsHerOwnBusiness.com (http://shemindsherownbusiness.com)
    * Connect with Krystel on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/krystelstacey/)
    * She Minds Her Own Business Book (https://krystel-stacey.myshopify.com/collections/frontpage/products/she-minds-her-own-business-paperback)

     
    Learn more about Rebecca:
    (https://www.rebeccaching.com/)

    (https://www.rebeccaching.com/)
    * (https://www.rebeccaching.com/)rebeccaching.com (https://www.rebeccaching.com/)
    * Work With Rebecca (https://www.rebeccaching.com/work-with-me)
    * Sign up for the Weekly Rumble Email (https://view.flodesk.com/pages/5ececca2ff83f400265bbaab)

     
    Other resources mentioned in this episode:
     
    (https://thebowencenter.org/theory/)

    (https://thebowencenter.org/theory/)
    * (https://thebowencenter.org/theory/)Bowen Family Systems Theory (https://thebowencenter.org/theory/)

     

    • 1h
    EP 09: Standing Up Against the Culture of Bullying with Gemma Went

    EP 09: Standing Up Against the Culture of Bullying with Gemma Went

    One of the most challenging aspects of leadership is facing bullies.
    …the bullies from our past.
    ...the bullies in our present.
    ...and the bullies between our ears.
    We live in a culture that normalizes—and even elevates—bullies in the name of entertainment. Our culture encourages us to enjoy the suffering of others instead of empathizing with the personal pain of the bullied. Our culture increasingly urges us to see bullying as a sign of strength.
    When in truth, the culture of bullying is fueled by shame, fear, and violence. It perpetuates a right to retribution that dehumanizes. It ruins lives and lacks accountability, compassion, and empathy.
    That’s why it’s more important than ever these days to take a stand. To face the bully, the oppressor, the abuser, the betrayer and say: enough. No more. Not now. Not ever again.
    Gemma Went is my guest today. She’s here to share about when she decided to push back on both the internal and external voices that said she should not pay time or energy to a recent bullying and public shaming experience.
    Gemma is an Online Business Mentor + Digital Growth Strategist based in the UK and works with entrepreneurs and business owners across the globe achieve great things and smash their goals through her proprietary frameworks and systems, all based on three core principles: Mindset + Strategy + Action, which make up her MSA Approach™.
    Listen to the full episode to hear:

    * How Gemma made a careful and values-based decision to take a stand against a bullying experience in adulthood
    * The impact her childhood bullying experience had on her decision to take a stand
    * The important work she did to heal, grow, and lead the trauma of being bullied rather than it leading her
    * The vulnerability in asking for help

    Learn more about Gemma Went:
    (http://www.gemmawent.co.uk)

    (http://www.gemmawent.co.uk)
    * (http://www.gemmawent.co.uk)Gemmawent.co.uk (http://www.gemmawent.co.uk)
    * Follow Gemma on Facebook (https://facebook.com/thegemmawent)
    * Follow Gemma on Instagram (https://instagram.com/gemmawent)
    * Follow Gemma on Twitter (https://twittercom/gemmawent)
    * Connect with Gemma on LinkedIn (https://linkedin.com/in/gemmawent)

     
    Learn more about Rebecca:
    (https://www.rebeccaching.com/)

    (https://www.rebeccaching.com/)
    * (https://www.rebeccaching.com/)rebeccaching.com (https://www.rebeccaching.com/)
    * Work With Rebecca (https://www.rebeccaching.com/work-with-me)
    * Sign up for the Weekly Rumble Email (https://view.flodesk.com/pages/5ececca2ff83f400265bbaab)

     

    • 52 min
    EP 08: Dismantling and Rebuilding with Ally Fallon

    EP 08: Dismantling and Rebuilding with Ally Fallon

    Most leaders go through a period where they take stock of the trappings of the life they believe they are “supposed” to live. They examine the assumptions they’ve made, the choices they’ve fallen into, and the circumstances that have shaped their stories.
    And they realize—however painfully—that it all needs to be torn down. I’ve been there, too. Brick by brick, they dismantle the details of their lives so that they can carefully and intentionally rebuild.
    It takes real courage to lead yourself through a season of dismantling.
    And, no, not the Mel Gibson Braveheart courage. But the quiet courage that keeps you putting one foot in front of the other. The unseen courage that chooses a life of uncertainty versus maintaining the status quo of tolerating, doubt, and shame.
    It’s not easy to reassess the choices that have gotten you to where you’re at. But without paying close attention to how you’ve ended up merely tolerating the status quo, you can’t ever lift the burdens that keep you from being the leader you want to be.
    You have to go through it, not around it.
    No matter how cliché, it’s the truth.
    My guest today has been through the process of examining and dismantling the details of her life so she could really lead. If you don’t know Ally Fallon, you need to. Ally writes books, helps people write books, and believes a regular practice of writing can change your life. She is the author of 12 books (and counting), is a sought-after public speaker, and a coach to hundreds of authors from New York Times Bestsellers to total beginners. She has spent the last decade coaching hundreds of people to gain confidence, overcome writer’s block, and get their stories on paper.
    Listen to the full episode to hear:

    * How the dismantling of Ally’s marriage led to a deep season of questioning that moved her towards her unburdening and living an unburdened life
    * How Ally took the time to become skilled at witnessing and honoring the wisdom of her own pain emotionally and physically
    * Why writing, relationships, and the movement of yoga were anchors in the wilderness of her dismantling

    Learn more about Ally Fallon:
    (https://findyourvoice.com/)

    * Findyourvoice.com (https://findyourvoice.com/)
    * Follow Ally on Instagram: @letsfindyourvoice (https://www.instagram.com/letsfindyourvoice/) & @allyfallon (https://www.instagram.com/allyfallon/)
    * Follow Ally on Twitter (https://twitter.com/missallyfallon)
    * Follow Ally on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/letsfindyourvoice)

     
    Learn more about Rebecca:
    (https://www.rebeccaching.com/)

    (https://www.rebeccaching.com/)
    * (https://www.rebeccaching.com/)rebeccaching.com (https://www.rebeccaching.com/)
    * Work With Rebecca (https://www.rebeccaching.com/work-with-me)
    * Sign up for the Weekly Rumble Email (https://view.flodesk.com/pages/5ececca2ff83f400265bbaab)

    • 1h 9 min
    EP 07: Healing Trauma and the Burden of Addiction with Andrea Owen

    EP 07: Healing Trauma and the Burden of Addiction with Andrea Owen

    We push ourselves until we crash.
    We people please until we lose ourselves.
    We hide our truth until we’re crushed from loneliness and disconnection.
    Instead of dealing with the stress of our present, the anxiety of our future, or the trauma of our past, we numb out.
    We drink the wine or take the pills or binge on the ice cream—and, oftentimes, we cross the threshold from numbing out to addiction.
    Not surprisingly, alcohol is one of the first things many reach for to numb the ache. It’s socially acceptable and it’s easily accessible. It takes the edge off. It makes us feel a little less. It helps us find more calm and clarity.
    Similarly, some people shop to soothe their pain. Some eat. Some exercise until they drop to the ground. The things that start off as comfort often lead to addition.
    And it works—until it doesn’t.
    My guest on this episode is Andrea Owen. Andrea is the founder of Your Kick-Ass Life Coaching and author of How To Stop Feeling Like Shit: 14 Habits That Are Holding You Back From Happiness and 52 Ways to Live a Kick-Ass Life: BS Free Wisdom to Ignite Your Inner Badass and Live the Life You Deserve. She helps high-achieving women let go of perfectionism, control, and isolation and, instead, choose courage and confidence.
    Listen to the full episode to hear:

    * Why Andrea needed to understand and heal her traumas in order to fully unburden the last of her addictions
    * The role community plays in Andrea’s sobriety
    * How grief nearly brought Andrea out of recovery
    * How commitment to her values helped Andrea maintain her continued healing and sobriety

    Learn more about Andrea Owen:

    * yourkickasslife.com (http://yourkickasslife.com/)
    * 52 Ways to Live a Kick-Ass Life: BS Free Wisdom to Ignite Your Inner Badass (https://yourkickasslife.com/52-ways/)
    * How To Stop Feeling Like Shit: 14 Habits That Are Holding You Back From Happiness (https://yourkickasslife.com/HTSFLS/)
    * Follow Andrea on Facebook (http://facebook.com/yourkickasslife)
    * Follow Andrea on Instagram (http://instagram.com/yourkickasslife)

    Learn more about Rebecca:

    * rebeccaching.com (https://www.rebeccaching.com/)
    * Work With Rebecca (https://www.rebeccaching.com/work-with-me)
    * Sign up for the Weekly Rumble Email (https://view.flodesk.com/pages/5ececca2ff83f400265bbaab)

    Other references:

    * Dare to Lead by Brene Brown (https://daretolead.brenebrown.com)

    • 59 min
    EP 06: Leading & Loving Towards Beautifully Made With Intention with Arielle Estoria

    EP 06: Leading & Loving Towards Beautifully Made With Intention with Arielle Estoria

    Leaders are especially good at hiding from love and the vulnerability it brings in ways that look deceptively bold. This can be a dangerous contagion, I’ve found, encouraging others to also hide behind the protectors of Hubris. Individualism. Perfectionism. Hustle.
    I’ve seen how spending so much time hiding behind who you think you should be makes you forget who you are, what you value, and what you believe.
    And, honestly, it can crush your spirit.
    That’s why being able to receive love is foundational to being able to love and lead others well. This means moving through discomfort by feeling through it instead of letting the protectors – fueled by fear – hide your humanity.
    My guest today is a force of love—towards herself and others—in both words and actions.
    Arielle Estoria is a renaissance woman: a poet, author, speaker, and creative. I first met Arielle at Yellow Conference where she was an MC—a tour de force of love from the stage. I immediately started to follow her work and was moved by her ability to put words to the steady tension of loving ourselves so we can lead ourselves and others well.
    Arielle truly lights up any room as an emcee and event host, a body-positive model, and actor. She has shared her work through spoken word, workshops, and themed keynote talks with companies such as Google, Sofar Sounds, Lululemon, Dressember, Tedx, the SKIMS campaign by Kim Kardashian, Hollis Co. by Rachel Hollis, and more.
    Arielle’s first EP, a collection of music and poetry called Symphony of a Lioness and her single Magic (In Your Bones) are available on iTunes or Apple Music. She is the co-author of two collections of poetry: Vagabonds and Zealots (2014) and Write Bloody Spill Pretty (2017), which can both be found on Amazon.com.
    Listen to the full episode to hear:

    * How she discovered her body through acting, performing spoken word poetry, modeling, and calling BS on practices and businesses that do not value all bodies
    * A look behind Arielle’s internal work and how playing find the lie and find the truth to see the full value in herself as a person
    * When Arielle decided that her body is not an unhealthy hazard—and what she redefined BMI as in her own words
    * What impact the toxic modesty culture has had on Arielle

    Learn more about Arielle Estoria:


    * arielleestoria.com (https://arielleestoria.com)
    * Arielle Estoria on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/arielleestoria/)
    * Arielle Estoria on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/arielleestoria/)
    * Symphony of a Lioness (https://music.apple.com/us/album/symphony-of-a-lioness-ep/1100628642)
    * Vagabonds and Zealots (https://www.amazon.com/Vagabonds-Zealots-Arielle-Wilburn/dp/149496600X)
    * Write Bloody Spill Pretty (https://www.amazon.com/Write-Bloody-Pretty-Cristine-Wallick/dp/151694559X)


    Learn more about Rebecca:

    • 1h
    EP 05: Exploring the Echoes of Past Struggles Through Creativity and Curiosity with Morgan Harper Nichols

    EP 05: Exploring the Echoes of Past Struggles Through Creativity and Curiosity with Morgan Harper Nichols

    The past often acts itself out in the present and this can be super frustrating for established leaders—especially when it feels like you’ve already done the work to move past those struggles.
    I know it has for me and so many of you, too.
    We’ve read the books, gone to therapy, hired a coach, and went to the workshops.
    We’ve committed to the deep work so that we can lead, thrive, and create well.
    Sometimes, those struggles and challenges still impact the ability to navigate present challenges and growth edges… echoes of that pain linger within the body and nervous system.
    But I know that you’re committed to life-long growth—and, of course, growth comes with some semblance of discomfort. When the nervous system is still carrying the burdens of previous pain, then resistance spikes to try and protect us.
    It shows up as doubt, comparison, imposter experience, perfectionism, and so many more. And as much as I’d love to say it only takes thinking the resistance and other internal protectors away, it simply doesn’t work that way—instead, we have to feel through the emotions to build our resilience and support the desire to lead with more courage, conviction, and compassion.
    Today on the podcast, I’m so pleased to welcome Morgan Harper Nichols (https://morganharpernichols.com). Morgan is an artist, poet, and author of All Along You Were Blooming (https://garden24.co/collections/books/products/all-along-you-were-blooming-2020-by-morgan-harper-nichols) and has collaborated with a wide range of brands including Anthropologie, Coach, Adobe, Aerie, and more.
    Morgan is an unburdened leader who leans on her curiosity and her appreciation for the layers of what it means to be human. She deeply values the role of creativity to healing from the disappointments that come from living a brave life.
    Listen to the full episode to hear:

    * How art and music was essential for Morgan’s healing journey
    * Why recurring struggles are not a sign of failure or weakness
    * How listening to others helped Morgan find her own language and her own healing

    Learn more about Morgan Harper Nichols:


    * morganharpernichols.com (http://morganharpernichols.com)
    * Instagram (http://instagram.com/morganharpernichols)
    * Pinterest (http://pinterest.com/morganharpernichols)
    * Twitter (http://twitter.com/morganhnichols)


    Learn more about Rebecca:


    * rebeccaching.com (https://www.rebeccaching.com/)
    * Work With Rebecca (https://www.rebeccaching.com/work-with-me)
    * Sign up for the Weekly Rumble Email (https://view.flodesk.com/pages/5ececca2ff83f400265bbaab)


    Other references
     


    Yellow Conference

    • 1h 23 min

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