Hi. I’m Jen Gotch and this is my podcast. It’s kinda weird, and original, and funny and honest just like me. Each week I’m gonna get in your ear, tell you about my fears, my pain, my triumphs and hopefully in the process help you become more self aware, build your own emotional intelligence and more than anything else FEEL LESS ALONE. Please subscribe and leave a nice review with all the stars; my parents are checking them every day and I really don’t want to let them down.
Some News For You
Hi, hello and Happy New Year! It's Jen Gotch here, to share a little bit of JGOK info with you! Press play to hear breaking news on Season One of Jen Gotch is OK,,,Sometimes and to hear me tell you I love you once again...Because, I do. Bye! Bye. Byeeeeee.
How To Be Your Best Self in 2019
Howdy partners! Many say that you need to hear something seven times before you truly engage with the message, so I thought I would take this opportunity to say I love you I love you I love you I love you I love you I love you I love you. Oh, and also to remind you of some of the advice I've given you throughout this year. Lauren, my good friend and amazing producer has taken the most useful clips from all of my episodes and jam packed them into one place—right here. Let’s think of this episode as "Jen’s helpful hints on how you can feel your best in 2019." So, help is on the way. Like right now. You just have to listen (and take notes). OK, go get ‘em.
Meet The Parents
Seeing as the holidays are upon us, I thought I would give you the gift of all gifts...My parents; Dr. Jamie and the amazing Saerina. You’ve heard them before, but have you heard everything? Nope, you haven’t. So I’m releasing the motherlode—no pun intended. We’ve worked tirelessly to compile their best work as broadcasters, podcasters, interviewees, and just being the parents that you know and love. Looks like Mom and Dad just got a Greatest Hits episode! So without further adieu (to you and you and you), I give you the gift of my parents. Happy holidays.
Well hello. Today I'm going to take you on a journey—a trip, or even a voyage. OK fine, we are actually going inside one of my anxiety attacks. I recorded myself having an anxiety attack (that's something most people do, right?). I’ve shared something similar to this before when I took you inside my depression and you let me know it was very helpful in identifying and understanding your own struggles. So, I felt it was time to share this with you. This audio is from a while ago—June to be exact. I’m telling you this because you'll hear me reference some things that are no longer relevant to my life and, well, some things are are still super relevant. Life is weird. Okay anxiety, here we come.
How To Be Resilient
Resilience has always been a very important word to me. It’s been vital to my success in business, relationships, mental health, and just life in general. So, I cannot wait to share some of my thoughts on how you can become more resilient, too. Oh and we may or may not have a special guest. OK, we have a special guest. It’s my mom, the amazing Saerina! Wecan all become resilient, even if, at the moment we aren’t feeling very strong. I believe in you. You can do this.
Travel Anxiety: A Helpful Update
Hi hi. It’s Jen. Jen Gotch. You know me, I’m the host of this podcast. Remember my episode on travel anxiety? Well, I’ve been working really hard to try to overcome those feelings and I’m making huge strides that I wanted to share with you. In this episode, I'll recap the origins of my anxiety, some examples of how it rears its ugly head, and finally, how I managed to succeed in dealing with it—almost flawlessly—on a recent trip. Oh and I’ll answer some of your anxiety questions, too.
As a Hispanic woman, I want to say thank you for sharing your open heart, your resilient spirit and your mission to making this world brighter and better. The world is a little messy , has been for awhile but is currently publicly divided. It has made me sad to see people who have made such a positive impact to be poorly affected. But when I listened to your talk on resilience it made me have hope , knowing that you will come out on top and I am so excited to see your next great accomplishment ! Life is all about growing and going uphill , and you most certainly are leading the way. Thank you.
I love how transparent Jen is with her life. I have depression and she has helped me to be able to separate myself from my mental illness. It’s so refreshing to know that I’m not alone; and my lack of emotion isn’t a character defect, it’s an illness. I have started treating it as such, and it has made all the difference. Thanks Jen!!!
please do not take mental health advice from someone who cultivates an extremely harmful mental health scenario for their employees