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If you’re an Overwhelmed, Jesus Lovin’ CEO, it’s time to design a life you can’t wait to wake up to each day. Stop simply surviving and start thriving in your day-to-day! We all have the same 24 hours and it’s time to lay your head on the pillow at night, calm and peaceful, having clarity in knowing what your next morning holds.

Join Award-Winning Marriage & Family Therapist, Peak Performance Business Strategist, and Successful CEO Amy Wine as you discover how to align with your true self, form deep connections in your relationships, and build a business that is thriving beyond your wildest dreams.

One thing you will learn is that Amy believes in Real Life, Real Relationships, and Real People. You’ll relate easily to her down to earth, often quirky, sometimes sassy manner as she opens up about her own ups and downs in life, marriage, and complete overwhelm in business. We should probably not mention her - always putting herself last lifestyle. She simply gets what you’re going through as an Overwhelmed CEO.

Tune in to the Couch Time with Amy Wine Podcast and step out of OVERWHELM into a Life You Love.

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If you’re an Overwhelmed, Jesus Lovin’ CEO, it’s time to design a life you can’t wait to wake up to each day. Stop simply surviving and start thriving in your day-to-day! We all have the same 24 hours and it’s time to lay your head on the pillow at night, calm and peaceful, having clarity in knowing what your next morning holds.

Join Award-Winning Marriage & Family Therapist, Peak Performance Business Strategist, and Successful CEO Amy Wine as you discover how to align with your true self, form deep connections in your relationships, and build a business that is thriving beyond your wildest dreams.

One thing you will learn is that Amy believes in Real Life, Real Relationships, and Real People. You’ll relate easily to her down to earth, often quirky, sometimes sassy manner as she opens up about her own ups and downs in life, marriage, and complete overwhelm in business. We should probably not mention her - always putting herself last lifestyle. She simply gets what you’re going through as an Overwhelmed CEO.

Tune in to the Couch Time with Amy Wine Podcast and step out of OVERWHELM into a Life You Love.

    The #1 Reason for Conflict in Marriage with an Entrepreneur

    The #1 Reason for Conflict in Marriage with an Entrepreneur

    What do you think is the number one reason for conflict in a marriage with an entrepreneur? 
     
    I’ll give you a hint: It’s not finances or communication. Those are some big ones too, but they aren’t the reason we are talking about today. 
     
    You’ve probably noticed from listening to the podcast that there is a lot of crossover between marriage and business, and you’ll see that pattern emerge again in this episode. 
     
    There are characteristics that entrepreneurs have that make them successful in business, but those same characteristics can also be the very thing that can bring down their marriages if they're not careful. 
     
    If you want help managing conflict in your marriage with an entrepreneur, this episode is the one for you. 
     
    Show notes available at http://amywine.com/episode37
     
    Resources Mentioned:
    Take the Thrive Life Inventory: https://thrivelifeinventory.com/
     
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    • 17 min
    Vulnerability: Why It’s Important in Business and Relationships with Lianne Kim

    Vulnerability: Why It’s Important in Business and Relationships with Lianne Kim

    “Vulnerability” is a buzzword that we hear fairly often these days, but why is it so important in building a business or nurturing a relationship? Vulnerability can add a level of depth and connection that would otherwise be difficult to reach.
     
    In this episode of Couch Time with Amy Wine, I am chatting with my friend and business coach, Lianne Kim, about why vulnerability has been essential in her business. 
     
    Lianne Kim is the Founder & CEO of Mamas & Co. which is an online community of moms who run their own businesses. In the community, moms connect, support and inspire one another through sharing their experiences and goals.
     
    We get into why vulnerability is important for being a leader, reasons why people hold back from vulnerability, how to share from a place of service instead of oversharing, the disconnection that comes from avoiding vulnerability, and so much more.
     
    I know that this discussion will show you that putting your authentic self out there can be a rewarding and enriching way to improve your connection with others, so tune in!
     
    Show notes available at http://amywine.com/episode36
     
    Resources Mentioned:
    Take the Thrive Life Inventory: https://thrivelifeinventory.com/
    Follow Lianne on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mamasandco/
    Check out Lianne's Website: https://www.mamasandco.com/
    The Business of Thinking Big Podcast: https://www.liannekim.com/blog



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    • 1 hr 1 min
    Emotional Unavailability: Understanding His Side

    Emotional Unavailability: Understanding His Side

    When yelling and silence no longer work on your husband, is it time to give up? How can you establish a connection with someone who is emotionally unavailable?
     
    In this episode of Couch Time with Amy Wine, I’m joined by my husband, Jon, because I think it's about time we hear his side of things. We talk about how our conflicting family backgrounds have ingrained certain habits and values in us that we have had to unlearn to save our marriage. 
     
    One of these things, and the topic of this episode, is emotional unavailability, so if you want to learn why men are sometimes emotionally unavailable and how you can communicate in their language, this episode is really helpful.
     
    Listen in as Jon and I reveal some secret thoughts for the first time, hear how reactions can mean so much in a conversation, how it can be OK not to be understood all the time, and how to put more emphasis on being accepted and loved. 
     
    It's not about perfection but growth and celebrating your small victories together as husband and wife. Tune in to start tackling this in your own marriage!
     
    Show notes available at http://amywine.com/episode35
     
    Resources Mentioned:
    Take the Thrive Life Inventory: https://thrivelifeinventory.com/
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    • 34 min
    Kicking Negative Sentiment Override Out of Your Marriage

    Kicking Negative Sentiment Override Out of Your Marriage

    Do conversations with your partner turn into arguments without you meaning them to? Do you find yourself criticizing or thinking the worst of them without even realizing it?
     
    In this episode, we’re taking a look at an example of how negative feelings can escalate in a marriage. This is not an uncommon problem, so if you’re struggling with this in your marriage, know that you’re not alone. 
     
    We’re talking about something called “negative sentiment override” and how it can cause things to go from good to bad to worse in a relationship. It’s when negative sentiment overrides positive interactions or memories and makes it hard to see the good in someone. 
     
    I’m sharing some action items for you to implement to overcome the negative sentiment override and get closer to your partner. Never underestimate the power of gratitude, quality time, addressing the problem, forgiveness, vulnerability, and accountability. 
     
    Tune in to take a deeper look at each of them. 
     
    Show notes available at http://amywine.com/episode34
     
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    • 20 min
    The 7th Type of God-Given Rest: Relational Rest

    The 7th Type of God-Given Rest: Relational Rest

    Do you sometimes find yourself craving the company of other people? Small moments of connection with the people in your life have a big impact. 
     
    Sometimes you might feel isolated and disconnected from others, even when you’re surrounded by people. This sense of separation has a destructive effect on your ability to rest. 
     
    When you’re feeling this way, you’ll probably want to rely on others to make you feel supported and seen, but the secret to relational rest is learning to meet your own needs so that you aren’t dependent on others. That’s what we’re digging into this episode. 
     
    If you feel alone, have a hard time making friends, or hide behind a mask because you fear rejection, this is for you. 
     
    Show notes available at http://amywine.com/episode33
     
    Resources Mentioned:
    30-Day Guide to Implement the 7 Types of God-Given Rest Into Your Life: www.godcreatedrest.com/guide
    Episode 23: How to Stop Defending and Start Listening: http://amywine.com/episode23 
     
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    • 14 min
    The 6th Type of God-Given Rest: Visionary Rest

    The 6th Type of God-Given Rest: Visionary Rest

    Have you ever heard of visionary rest? Probably not, and that’s okay! 
     
    If you’re just joining us over here on the podcast, we’ve been talking about the 7 types of rest God designed you to have, and this episode is all about number 6: visionary rest. If you haven’t listened to the other 5 episodes in this series so far, you can go back and catch those any time you want! 
     
    Visionary rest is the type of rest that gives you room in your mind and schedule to dream, create, and wonder. It allows for the white space in your life to broaden, and let’s face it, couldn’t we all use a little more of that white space?
     
    This type of rest lets you focus on planting seeds and watching them bloom and allows you to be in the moment without the pressure to perform.
     
    If that sounds like something you could use more of in your life, don’t miss this episode. 
     
    Show notes available at http://amywine.com/episode32
     
    Resources Mentioned:
    Sign Up for Awaken Me: https://awakenmejourney.com
     
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    • 10 min

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