The Linking Arms podcast is a lifestyle podcast, brand, and community brought to life by Purposeful Living. An organization focused on empowering all women to link arms in creating a better world. Delving into themes such as wellness, spirituality, self-development and so much more, Nadine and Rachel are known for creating real, raw and hilarious moments during their conversations with fascinating women from all walks of life. Each episode proves to provide their listeners with actionable insights and highly relatable stories.
Tips for your business
Running a small business can come with challenges. When we are proactive in our approach, we are able to avoid business mistakes and can prepare our businesses for growth. Join our guest, Sherry Borshoff of Borshoff Consulting LLC as she discusses important tax tips for business owners.
Check out Sherry's website for more info.
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Stop Spiraling Out
We all have moments when things go wrong and then something else goes wrong and then something else and suddenly your day starts to spiral out. It is in these moments when we need to pause and assess our emotions. Our guest suggests we take a 3 step process to 1) Recognise the thought, 1) Acknowledge the feeling and then, 3) Move into action as we reset. We can then create a shift from the negative and course correct.
By being intentional and aware of our thoughts and emotions we can choose to spiral up instead of spiraling out.
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Trauma to Triumph
*Trigger Warning: Sensitive content may be triggering. *
Trauma is an emotional response to a terrible event which often affects us long after the incident itself. Our guest shares her experiences of trauma in 3 different instances and shares how she found her way to triumph from those traumas.
Trauma can be experienced in different ways and to different degrees but we don’t have to face this alone. Our guest reminds us to reach out to trusted community when we are processing through trauma and to prioritise ourselves in order to get to a place of peace, freedom and healing.
If you need support or are going through trauma, reach out to our care team and coaching team who are waiting to walk alongside you.
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Peace can sometimes seem distant when we are constantly on the go and get swept up in the hustle culture of society. We can find ourselves stressed, over committed and overwhelmed. But God offers us a peace that surpasses all understanding (Philippians 4:7).
We gain so much from prioritizing peace - we are able to heal, we are able to reflect and to realign where we need to. When we have peace we find clarity! Our habits can sometimes detract us from peace by feeling anxiety, and when we are aware of this, we get to shift those habits and invite more peace into our lives. Our guest shares that she has to be intentional about ensuring she regularly reflects on her habits and time to better incorporate activities and habits that foster peace in her life.
How can you prioritize peace in your life in this season?
Clearing the Clutter
Clearing the clutter is not only about our spaces but also clearing the internal clutter. In many cases our external environment mirrors our internal space and when we recognize clutter it can be an indicator that we need to address something internally as well.
Our guest lays out a 3C’s process and encourages us to consider the condition, create a plan , and then commit to change when approaching decluttering. Her practical ideas can help you declutter a physical space and can also be applied to our emotional space as well.
She anchors this in her acronym of CLEAR which reminds us of God’s unconditional love for us, His presence in all things and His goodness.
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Embracing Your NOPE
Embracing your NOPE is an acronym our guest created to help assess our networks, our goals and determine where we need to cut back. Taking the time to reflect on who we spend time with, what we spend time on and how we spend our time helps us to be more intentional with our time and energy.
Saying no can be difficult sometimes, and we often feel we have to explain ourselves when we do say no. When we are authentic with our yeses we can be authentic with our nos.
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I love these ladies and their heart! Definitely worth a listen to this fun podcast!! — Ericka