36 min

Episode 146: But God Can: Overcome Striving and Comparison with Becky Kiser Visibly Fit with Wendie Pett

    • Alternative Health

In this conversation, I interviewed Becky Kiser about her book But God Can: How to Stop Striving. We discuss the importance of having a coach or mentor, the need for a holistic approach to fitness, and the dangers of comparison. We also talk about acknowledging our pain and struggles, taking steps of faith, and finding calm in the chaos. Becky shares a story of a woman she coached who felt stuck and how she helped her find freedom.
I urge you to listen and take the next step toward healing and growth. Tune in and be inspired to embrace your journey with faith and courage.
Chapters
[00:00] Preview
[00:45] Podcast Introduction
[01:25] Topic and Guest Introduction
[02:54] The Holistic Approach to Fitness
[03:55] Becky Kiser's Striving Story
[07:00] Authenticity Without Getting Stuck
[10:20] Embracing Slow Growth
[14:38] The Dangers of Comparison
[18:42] Self-Development Coaching
[20:06] The Value of Coaching
[21:10] Sacred Holidays and Chaos
[24:45] Helping and Guiding Others
[28:02] Acknowledging and Moving Forward
[32:15] Take the Next Step
[33:00] Becky's Hidden "Talent"
[35:03] Closing Remarks and Call to Action
Resources mentioned:
Becky Kiser Website
"But God Can" Book
Connect with today's guest:
Facebook
Instagram
Becky Kiser is tenacious in her intent to help women love God, themselves, and others. She is a life and small business coach, helping women identify and surpass their goals. Becky is an authentic and passionate speaker at Christian women’s events and retreats, as well as in prisons and in Africa. She hosts the Hearers & Doers with Becky Kiser podcast, interviewing new and old friends and sharing one-on-one coaching sessions with her listeners.
Becky cofounded Online Women’s Ministries, which hosts Online Women’s Bible Study, Online Women’s Retreat, and more coming soon! Becky is the author of Sacred Holidays: Less Chaos, More Jesus (B&H Publishing, 2019), and But God Can: How to Stop Striving and Live Purposefully and Abundantly (W Publishing/HarperCollins, 2024). She has also self-published Advent and Lent Bible studies. Becky and her husband, Chris, live in The Woodlands, Texas, with their three daughters: Karis, Moriah, and Chandler.
P.S. If you're just checking out the show to see if it's a good fit for you, welcome!
If you're really serious about becoming Visibly Fit, you'll get the best experience if you download the worksheets available at https://wendiepett.com/visiblyfitpodcast.

In this conversation, I interviewed Becky Kiser about her book But God Can: How to Stop Striving. We discuss the importance of having a coach or mentor, the need for a holistic approach to fitness, and the dangers of comparison. We also talk about acknowledging our pain and struggles, taking steps of faith, and finding calm in the chaos. Becky shares a story of a woman she coached who felt stuck and how she helped her find freedom.
I urge you to listen and take the next step toward healing and growth. Tune in and be inspired to embrace your journey with faith and courage.
Chapters
[00:00] Preview
[00:45] Podcast Introduction
[01:25] Topic and Guest Introduction
[02:54] The Holistic Approach to Fitness
[03:55] Becky Kiser's Striving Story
[07:00] Authenticity Without Getting Stuck
[10:20] Embracing Slow Growth
[14:38] The Dangers of Comparison
[18:42] Self-Development Coaching
[20:06] The Value of Coaching
[21:10] Sacred Holidays and Chaos
[24:45] Helping and Guiding Others
[28:02] Acknowledging and Moving Forward
[32:15] Take the Next Step
[33:00] Becky's Hidden "Talent"
[35:03] Closing Remarks and Call to Action
Resources mentioned:
Becky Kiser Website
"But God Can" Book
Connect with today's guest:
Facebook
Instagram
Becky Kiser is tenacious in her intent to help women love God, themselves, and others. She is a life and small business coach, helping women identify and surpass their goals. Becky is an authentic and passionate speaker at Christian women’s events and retreats, as well as in prisons and in Africa. She hosts the Hearers & Doers with Becky Kiser podcast, interviewing new and old friends and sharing one-on-one coaching sessions with her listeners.
Becky cofounded Online Women’s Ministries, which hosts Online Women’s Bible Study, Online Women’s Retreat, and more coming soon! Becky is the author of Sacred Holidays: Less Chaos, More Jesus (B&H Publishing, 2019), and But God Can: How to Stop Striving and Live Purposefully and Abundantly (W Publishing/HarperCollins, 2024). She has also self-published Advent and Lent Bible studies. Becky and her husband, Chris, live in The Woodlands, Texas, with their three daughters: Karis, Moriah, and Chandler.
P.S. If you're just checking out the show to see if it's a good fit for you, welcome!
If you're really serious about becoming Visibly Fit, you'll get the best experience if you download the worksheets available at https://wendiepett.com/visiblyfitpodcast.

36 min