105 episodes

The Front Seat Life Podcast and the Healing the Hustle series are hosted by Jessica Butts, a psychotherapist, three-time author, Myers-Briggs expert, corporate trainer, and keynote speaker. She recently sold everything she owns and moved to Maui to Heal her Hustle. She hopes to help others do the same through her podcast, upcoming book, retreats on Maui, and private work with people. She is an ENFJ and her greatest passion in life is to help people understand their personality type so they can be more unapologetically who they are in life, love, and business.

Listen in to this powerful show to hear Jessica share her raw, vulnerable, and in-the-moment experiences. To find out more about Jessica visit her website at JessicaButts.com. Be sure to follow her on Instagram @jessicabuttsma for daily motivation.

Front Seat Life Podcast Jessica Butts

    • Education
    • 4.9 • 202 Ratings

The Front Seat Life Podcast and the Healing the Hustle series are hosted by Jessica Butts, a psychotherapist, three-time author, Myers-Briggs expert, corporate trainer, and keynote speaker. She recently sold everything she owns and moved to Maui to Heal her Hustle. She hopes to help others do the same through her podcast, upcoming book, retreats on Maui, and private work with people. She is an ENFJ and her greatest passion in life is to help people understand their personality type so they can be more unapologetically who they are in life, love, and business.

Listen in to this powerful show to hear Jessica share her raw, vulnerable, and in-the-moment experiences. To find out more about Jessica visit her website at JessicaButts.com. Be sure to follow her on Instagram @jessicabuttsma for daily motivation.

    105. Understanding Your Hustle: How Your Type is Contributing to Your Hustle

    105. Understanding Your Hustle: How Your Type is Contributing to Your Hustle

    Today, we are going back into Part Two of my Healing the Hustle framework and my upcoming book. We are focusing on understanding our personality type and how this plays into our Hustle… or not. A lot of this episode is about separating nurture from nature. Nurture is this world we live in and the outside influences and forces that help sharp who we are and how we behave Nature is who we are innately, the tendencies and personality we are born with.

    This can all be a little confusing, so listen in as I break it down and explain!

    Enjoy this second installment of the new mini-series about Part 2 of Healing the Hustle! And remember, I always love hearing from my listeners. Feel free to reach out to me and of course I would love, love, love a review on iTunes, it helps others find us. And don’t forget to subscribe and follow for future episodes.

    Thank you SO much for listening to the podcast!! As a thank you, here is a killer freebie for you!

    Here are all five online courses I built over the last 7-8 years as I was writing my books and HUSTLING so you may notice some different content/energy AND it is all still excellent content.

    As you may or may not know, I am now Healing my Hustle, and have gone back to my roots of doing private 1-1 therapy/coaching as I believe in connection over capitalism and work together 1-1 is magical and powerful.

    If you are interested in seeing me privately, please simply respond to this email and we will find a time for you. I am also currently filling spots for my twice yearly Healing the Hustle Retreats on Maui in May and October (the least expensive and most gorgeous months here)!

    And lastly, I LOVE sharing my 20+ years expertise in Myers Briggs, my own proprietary system, Front Seat Life (TM), and the content from my second book “Don’t Do Stuff You Suck At” with corporations, teams of all sizes, Women’s events, team building events, keynote presentations and corporate incentive trips via my customized 1-hour to full-day fun, engaging and deeply impactful trainings.

    Again, I so appreciate you being here!

    I know life is busy and we are inundated with information these days so I sincerely appreciate your interest in my work.

    I look forward to working with you in one or all of the above ways or simply to provide you free content via these courses, my podcast, or for under $20 my books and INCREDIBLE journal which can be purchased on Amazon.

    Be Unapologetically who you are!

    Jessica

    For more about Jessica and additional episodes, visit https://jessicabutts.com/

    Follow Jessica on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicabuttsma/

    Front Seat Life Podcast
    https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/front-seat-life-podcast/

    Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/105-understanding-your-hustle-how-your-type-is-contributing-to-your-hustle

    • 35 min
    104. Understanding Your Hustle: The Story of My Tattoo – Healing the Hustle

    104. Understanding Your Hustle: The Story of My Tattoo – Healing the Hustle

    Welcome back to the Front Seat Life podcast, I am Jessica Butts your host. We are diving into Part Two of my Healing the Hustle framework and my upcoming book. I’ve written about 70% of the book and today we are moving into “Understanding Your Hustle.” And today I’m going to read to you from the book and add in a few explanations and stories too. Including the one about how I got my tattoo!

    It’s funny, when I was a therapist and now I am again, but when I was a therapist, I complained there were too many rules keeping me from being able to do the work I wanted to do. However, there was this ethical and legal boundary that kept my work at work and made boundaries easier. When I became a coach that boundary disappeared, and it was a problem I created.

    And it was all based on my worth, or lack thereof. See, part of my hustle was people pleasing. And I’m guessing yours is as well. Women are natural caretakers due to both nature and nurture. It runs in our DNA. We over-give because we feel bad or that we aren’t doing enough, especially if they are giving us money to be their coach.

    When I was on a vacation, like the one I took to Maui a few years ago, I was still answering Facebook or Instagram DMs, checking my email, even though I had put my ‘out of office’ on and even had a wonderful assistant covering me. I was constantly thinking about my clients, my team, my work. There’s also another big reason why I, and our type do this…

    We get validation from being busy and feeling needed. And I have done so much more work on this since I’ve written this section in my book and with this episode I share some insights that might also resonate with you!

    Enjoy this first installment of the new mini-series about Part 2 of Healing the Hustle! And remember, I always love hearing from my listeners. Feel free to reach out to me and of course I would love, love, love a review on iTunes, it helps others find us. And don’t forget to subscribe and follow for future episodes.

    For more about Jessica and additional episodes, visit https://jessicabutts.com/

    Follow Jessica on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicabuttsma/

    Front Seat Life Podcast
    https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/front-seat-life-podcast/

    Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/104-understanding-your-hustle-the-story-of-my-tattoo-healing-the-hustle

    • 26 min
    103. How We Got Here [Pt 3]: Our Need to Do is a Trauma Response – Healing the Hustle

    103. How We Got Here [Pt 3]: Our Need to Do is a Trauma Response – Healing the Hustle

    Welcome back to the Front Seat Life podcast, I am Jessica Butts your host. I’m back on Maui and I could not be happier. We’re back for the third episode of a mini-series I’ve renamed How We Got Here and this is the Our Need to “Do” is a Trauma Response episode.

    We have been talking about how we all got here, how we got to this place of hustling, your journey, my journey, sharing that, and giving you some tools. Our New World, which hit home with a lot of people. I heard from a lot of people about my saying, connection before capitalism, that seemed to really hit home with people.

    And today is this Our Need to Do. Our need, specifically as women, and that this is our identity. This is a badge of honor. This somehow makes us better. And I’m here to tell you that I’m going through this as well.

    So, I’ve been talking about nature and nurture and how our personality type absolutely plays a part in this. The nurture piece is so big, and this is absolutely 1000000% our family of origin. And there’s so many of us that are acting out. We are trying to prove ourselves to people, the world, and society. And then there’s often a trauma response to our family of origin. And societal norms.

    These are two very powerful forces.

    Enjoy this third installment of the new mini-series within the Healing the Hustle Series! And remember, I always love hearing from my listeners. Feel free to reach out to me and of course I would love, love, love a review on iTunes, it helps others find us. And don’t forget to subscribe and follow for future episodes.

    For more about Jessica and additional episodes, visit https://jessicabutts.com/

    Follow Jessica on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicabuttsma/

    Front Seat Life Podcast
    https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/front-seat-life-podcast/

    Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/103-how-we-got-here-pt-3-our-need-to-do-is-a-trauma-response-healing-the-hustle

    • 25 min
    102. How We Got Here [Pt 2]: Our New World – Healing the Hustle

    102. How We Got Here [Pt 2]: Our New World – Healing the Hustle

    Welcome back everybody to the Front Seat Life podcast, I am Jessica Butts your host. We’re back for the second episode of a mini-series I’ve renamed How We Got Here and this is the Our New World episode. And this is all within the Healing Our Hustle focus for the podcast. This is all about how we got to this crazy hustle, hustle world and today we’re going to talk about that new world we find ourselves in.

    The last 30 years have completely changed our existence. I mean, I remember like in high school, college even, and when I started my first job out of college, all we did was work. We didn’t have computers. There was no internet. We didn’t do any of this stuff. And so, within 30 years, our lives have completely changed, completely changed. With technology and phones, and obviously social media, all of it, the “how we got here” is just massive. This must be addressed. We’ve got to acknowledge the fact that we are now in hustle culture.

    Absolutely because of this new world we live in. I was looking at my book earlier and all the things I had written down about how people can contact us. Back in the day, people called us on the telephone connected to our houses. We had the cool phones with the super, super, super long cord so that we could go into the bathroom and have a private conversation and have our parents not hear us. We used to do everything I R L, in real life. We had to actually see people.

    So anyway, you need to listen to this episode. I just find this fascinating and creates a great sense of awareness. Please, enjoy this second installment of the new mini-series within the Healing the Hustle Series! And remember, I always love hearing from my listeners. Feel free to reach out to me and of course I would love, love, love a review on iTunes, it helps others find us. And don’t forget to subscribe and follow for future episodes.

    And, because I said I would include them, here are the lyrics to The Man by Taylor Swift:

    I would be complex

    I would be cool

    They’d say I played the field before I found someone to commit to

    And that would be ok

    For me to do

    Every conquest I had made would make me more of a boss to you

    I’d be a fearless leader

    I’d be an alpha type

    When everyone believes ya

    What’s that like?

    I’m so sick of running as fast as I can

    Wondering if I’d get there quicker

    If I was a man

    And I’m so sick of them coming at me again

    ‘Cause if I was a man

    Then I’d be the man

    I’d be the man

    I’d be the ma

    They’d say I hustled

    Put in the work

    They wouldn’t shake their heads and question how much of this I deserve

    What I was wearing

    If I was rude

    Could all be separated from my good ideas and power moves?

    And they would toast to me, oh

    Let the players play

    I’d be just like Leo

    In Saint-Tropez

    I’m so sick of running as fast as I can

    Wondering if I’d get there quicker

    If I was a man

    And I’m so sick of them coming at me again

    ‘Cause if I was a man

    Then I’d be the man

    I’d be the man

    I’d be the man

    What’s it like to brag about

    Raking in dollars

    And getting bitches and models

    And it’s all good if you’re bad

    And it’s okay if you’re mad

    If I was out flashing my dollars

    I’d be a bitch, not a baller

    They paint me out to be bad

    So it’s okay that I’m mad

    I’m so sick of running as fast as I can

    Wondering if I’d get there quicker if I was a man (you know that)

    And I’m so sick of them coming at me again (coming at me again)

    ‘Cause if I was a man (if I was a man)
    br...

    • 29 min
    101. Why We Are Hustling Part 1 – Healing the Hustle

    101. Why We Are Hustling Part 1 – Healing the Hustle

    Welcome back everybody to the Front Seat Life podcast. I am Jessica Butts and thank you for all the love about the hundredth episode. It's pretty amazing to have a hundred episodes. I mean, do I have that much to say? I guess I do! I really appreciate the comments and the reviews, and the love and we are just going to keep this party going. And we're going to get back on track today Healing the Hustle.

    So, today we are going to start with the first section of my new book which is answering the questions, “How did we get here? And why can’t I just be happy?” And this is broken into basically three main things.

    The first is looking at your journey, how you got to where you are now. Like me sharing my journey of getting to where I am, both personally and physically here on Maui. Then we look at our new world, this crazy unbelievable new world we live in. And finally, it’s good to reflect on our obsessive need to "do." We live in a capitalist society and a culture that puts a lot of value on “the more you do the better.”

    How can we not always be going, going, going? This need to “do” is some sort of badge of honor. It's a bunch of BS, quite honestly, but we've all bought into it, that we need more, we need to buy more. We're just spending our money like crazy people and we're not saving. And so, we always need a better job and to be making more money. We've always got to be hustling to do the next thing, because we've literally created this life, but it's also innate in us.

    Okay, enjoy this first installment of the new mini-series within the Healing the Hustle Series! And remember, I always love hearing from my listeners. Feel free to reach out to me and of course I would love, love, love a review on iTunes, it helps others find us. And don’t forget to subscribe and follow for future episodes.

    For more about Jessica and additional episodes, visit https://jessicabutts.com/

    Follow Jessica on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicabuttsma/

    Front Seat Life Podcast
    https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/front-seat-life-podcast/

    Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/101-why-we-are-hustling-part-1-healing-the-hustle

    • 37 min
    100. Dial It Up! Healing the Hustle

    100. Dial It Up! Healing the Hustle

    Welcome back everybody. This is the Front Seat Life podcast, and I am Jessica Butts bringing you my 100th episode! It’s kind of amazing. I’ve paused, taken some time off, come back with Healing the Hustle, but today we get to celebrate! I believe in celebrations and that we should celebrate our life and business wins.

    And I’m celebrating two major wins this week, my 100th episode and I got approved trademark for Front Seat Life! So, of course my 100th episode is going to be about personality type. And dialing it up, not dialing it down. Be more of who we are, not suppressing it or oppressing it. Not being vanilla in any way, shape, or form.

    It’s hard for us to do, because we naturally focus on the stuff we suck at and think we need to get better at that, to try to please everyone. I explain some of the traps we can fall into and the mistakes we make. But our greatest gift or path in life is to become more of who we are. We are not meant to be in a zone of competence, but a zone of genius. So, dial it up!

    And remember, I always love hearing from my listeners. Feel free to reach out to me via email and of course I would love, love, love a review on iTunes, it helps others find us. And don’t forget to subscribe and follow for future episodes.

    For more about Jessica and additional episodes, visit https://jessicabutts.com/

    Follow Jessica on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicabuttsma/

    Front Seat Life Podcast
    https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/front-seat-life-podcast/

    Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/100-dial-it-up-healing-the-hustle

    • 35 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
202 Ratings

202 Ratings

Mary in England ,

Down-to-earth and love her podcasting style!

Jessica is my go-to expert for all things Myers-Briggs personality types… love this podcast!

csunshinew1976 ,

Queen of authenticity

Jessica is my go-to writer, podcaster, and all-around guru when I need to hear some life advice. Plus, her insights are backed up by research AND great personal stories.
She’s intelligent, open, vulnerable, and hilarious — and I always come out a little further on my journey of self-actualization. What a gift!

LOPMariW ,

I’m not alone!!!

I absolutely love how Jessica lays it all out there in a real, raw, emotional and vulnerable way. Listening to Heal the Hustle has me feeling seen and less alone.

Top Podcasts In Education

Mel Robbins
Dr. Jordan B. Peterson
The Atlantic
Jordan Harbinger
Duolingo
Rich Roll