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Betsy is a Trainer of NLP, author, and speaker. The Art of Living Big is a weekly podcast designed to help you think differently about what could be possible for your life, using brain science and the flow of spirit.

The Art of Living Big | Subconscious | NLP | Manifestation | Mindset Betsy Pake: NLP| LOA | Transformational Coach

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Betsy is a Trainer of NLP, author, and speaker. The Art of Living Big is a weekly podcast designed to help you think differently about what could be possible for your life, using brain science and the flow of spirit.

    324: Signs are all around us

    324: Signs are all around us

    This week on the show Betsy talks about her month of November and some special signs that she knew showed that we are always being supported. She explains how intuition can lead us to notice these signs and shares some things to contemplate for 2023.







    Betsy also shares about a special “Beta” program she is running inside The Alchemy Institute that will change the way coaches operate in the world.







    Transcript:







    Welcome to the Art of Living big podcast. My name is Betsy pake. I’m an author, a speaker, and a trainer of NLP and hypnotherapy. And I’m focused on helping you understand and design your life with the power of the subconscious. This podcast is designed to help you think differently about what could be possible for your life. Now, let’s go live big. Hello, welcome to the show. Hi, fellow adventurers. I’m excited you’re here, I have so many things to say, I think this is going to be like one of those coffee talk episodes, right. So like, go get your coffee, and then come back. Or I can go with you. And we’ll just pretend we’re at a, you’re at a coffee shop with a very chatty friend, because you can’t get a word in edgewise. But I have a lot of things that I want to tell you. I actually don’t have my coffee, I’ve left my my tea on the desk, and I’m hiding in the closet. Because the moment that I decide, the moment that I decide to start recording this podcast, it triggers something in the universe that tells every landscaper with a leaf blower to come right outside my building and start blowing leaves. So I am hiding in my closet. So I will not have my drink with me. But that’s okay, we’re going to do this anyway. Okay, so there’s just some things that I want to talk about that I want to catch you up on. The other thing, if you’ve been here for a while, you know that I record my episodes, three weeks in advance, this one isn’t this is three days in advance. So I just really wanted to be able to be way more spontaneous and sharing with you like real time. And so I’ve gone back to doing that. So that feels better. To me. One of the things that I’ve done, I don’t want to get ahead of myself, but one of the things I’m really shifting is really getting hyper aware of what how things make me feel, and then making the adjustments from there so that I’m always in a place where I am intentional about creating the positive energy that I want. So I’m here, I’m here, and it’s, it’s current, it is timely. Alright, so let’s, let’s just zoom right back to the beginning of the month. Okay, so I haven’t recorded an episode since the beginning of the month, because I was always three weeks ahead. So the beginning of November, I went to Sedona for the final class with my master NLP practitioners. So this was a really huge deal for me personally, I hope it was for them too. But it was really a culmination of many years of this training that I have been going through and then training to become an expert to be a trainer in NLP and EFT and hypnotherapy and all of those things that I talked about. And I and I teach inside the alchemy Institute. And so I have been working with these folks really for like a year, you know, they went through all of the, the NLP practitioner stuff. And then they all moved into Master Practitioner, we started working together in June, and we would meet up every week on Zoom. And then we did this weekend in Sedona, that was like a culmination of it. So there was a couple days of training, and then two days, where I have taught them my process for what I call what I call cocoon days, when you come into Atlanta, and you spend the day with me, we work on one thing for the whole entire time, so that we shift that on a very deep level of your unconscious...

    • 25 min
    323: Betsy discusses her weight journey and self love with Jennifer Price

    323: Betsy discusses her weight journey and self love with Jennifer Price

    This week on the show Betsy shares her journey along with todays co-host Jennifer Price. Jennifer is a registered dietitian Betsy has worked with this year (part of her “Pit crew”). They dive into when it’s ready, how your perception of your self and your body impacts your outcomes and that change can feel good.







    Jennifer is a Registered Dietitian with her master’s degree in Foods and Nutrition with a Sports Nutrition emphasis. She has a passion for helping people learn to fuel their bodies well for exercise and for life. She has experience working with athletes of all ages and walks of life, and she loves working with individuals to not only reach their fitness goals but also to improve their health (physical, mental, and emotional) through nutrition and exercise. She has participated in various forms of exercise throughout her life, but her favorites are strength training and hiking! Some of her favorite things include her husband Jake, her two dogs, her houseplants, chips and salsa, and all things outdoors.







    Find her here:IG: @theadventuringdietitian E-mail: jennifer.p@rpstrength.com Work with me: https://rpstrength.com/rp-coaching?selected=diet-plans-menu_coaching















    Transcript:







    Hi, everyone. Hello fellow adventurers, welcome to The Art of Living big. I have a guest today, but it’s sort of, it’s sort of like a co hosting experience today. My friend, Jennifer Price. Hi, Jennifer.







    Hi, Betsy, thank you so much for having me.







    I’m excited to have you here today. So tell everybody about you and what you do, and then it will make sense maybe why you are my co host.







    Yes. So, um, I’m Jennifer Price. I am a registered dietitian, I have my master’s in foods and nutrition. And I mainly work with clients in kind of a nutrition coaching setting. I also do some nutrition counseling in person, but basically just work with people to reach nutrition related goals, whatever that might be.







    I love it. So I reached out to Jennifer, because I had a nutrition related goal. So I had been working with Jennifer, how long? How long was it was May? Right? Yeah, I think about six months.







    Yeah, six months is what I was gonna say somewhere around there. Yeah.







    So I’ve been working with Jennifer for the past six months, we just kind of closed up our relationship, but our relationship will start again. But I wanted to have her on because I wanted to, you know, I’ve been thinking about how do I talk about sort of this journey that I have been on over the past six months? Like, how do I talk about that and explain it will also not really wanting to? I want to say not wanting to talk about it, but almost like not wanting to dissect it too much until I was to a point where I knew I could look at it with some kind of like, like, I didn’t want to jinx it. Don’t I mean? Yeah, like, I didn’t want to jinx it. So, So Jennifer, tell, why don’t we start with you just kind of saying, trying to think of the best way to start this. Also, I’m just talking about it out loud while we’re on air, which is totally fine, because everybody’s used to me. So I’m gonna say what my experience was. And then I think we can dive in that way. I think that’s a good segue. Yeah. Okay. So I have talked on the show before about, you know, years ago,

    • 1 hr 6 min
    322: Dealing with holiday stress

    322: Dealing with holiday stress

    In todays episode, Betsy shares some tips for dealing with holiday stress and defines what she thinks is going haywire at the holiday time.







    After you listen, you’ll have a new way of thinking about everyone at the table and a new way of protecting your energy… and sanity!















    Transcript:







    Hello fellow adventurers. Hi. Welcome to the Art of Living big. I have a show for you today. That’s all about like Thanksgiving. So if you’re in the US or Thanksgiving is next week, and I wanted to share, like some thoughts about, about how tweaked out I think that the holidays, get everybody. I mean, there’s stats about it right that like people are way more stressed, people are getting together with family members that maybe they don’t spend time with, typically. And it tends to be a really overwhelming time. And I have some thoughts. So I just wanted to share those thoughts. Maybe it will help you. Maybe, maybe you’re one of those really lucky people that is totally in tune with your family and really close. And if that is you, then I love that so much. And maybe you could still give a listen and you could help your friends. Right. So okay, so let me dive into this







    Welcome to the Art of Living big podcast. My name is Betsy pake. I’m an author, a speaker and a trainer of NLP and hypnotherapy. And I’m focused on helping you understand and design your life with the power of the subconscious. This podcast is designed to help you think differently about what could be possible for your life. Now, let’s go live big. Okay, so I just saw this thing on the internet. And as soon as I saw it, I was like, Oh, this, this this thing. This is the thing that causes everybody so much stress at the holidays. And so I want to talk about what I just saw. And then I want to talk about the stress that everybody feels at the holidays and some of my thoughts and things that you can do. Okay. So here’s what I saw. You guys know, Carrie Underwood, right? You know, she started on American Idol. So she, I think she won American Idol. I mean, one of like, the early early ones. I mean, I think it was like 15 or 20 years ago, right? She wins American Idol. And she’s very country. So at that time, she was really in even over the last 10 years, I’d say she’s like really embedded with country music, you know, she has sung at the Grand Ole Opry. She’s in with all the country music stars, and definitely like her job genre has been country. And then over the past few years, I’ve noticed there has been this shift, right? She, she got married and had some kids and clearly is working with like a really great trainer. And she looks amazing. And she started doing a little bit more like rock and roll stuff. And I think it was like The Rolling Stones like within the last year or so I saw her do something with the Rolling Stones. And you might be yelling what it is right now, because I just can’t remember off the top of my head. But she’s like, much more like crunchy or much more like rock and roll. And I noticed a lot of the pictures that she posts, or her team posts are, like, you know, from down low, like looking up at her with all the lights and she’s singing and she just looks really rock and roll like really cool. And I saw this really great picture of her today. It came up in my feed. And you know, I really liked Carrie Underwood. But I’m not like a super fan. You know, it’s not like, I’m not like a like I am with Taylor Swift. Do you know what I’m saying? So like, I like her. But like, I’m good either way. But I saw this post and it caught my eye because it’s such a badass picture of her. I mean, she looks it’s, it’s, you know, it’s got a filter on it,

    • 18 min
    321: Walking the walk: be aware of where things don’t match up

    321: Walking the walk: be aware of where things don’t match up

    When we are walking the walk and not just talking the talk, everything in our lives becomes more aligned, easier, and hopeful. Betsy uses a recent example in her life to illustrate this idea and encourages you to look for areas in your life that could be improved by aligning what you are saying with what you are doing.







    *Connect with Betsy on IG @betsypake















    TRANSCRIPT







    Welcome to the Art of Living big podcast. My name is Betsy pake. I’m an author, a speaker, and a trainer of NLP and hypnotherapy. And I’m focused on helping you understand and design your life with the power of the subconscious. This podcast is designed to help you think differently about what could be possible for your life. Now, let’s go live big. Hi, good morning. Hi, everyone. Welcome to the show today. Welcome to the Art of Living big. So I have this thing that happened to me this morning. And I was like, I’m going to record, you know, the thing I’m going to share with you, I feel, I don’t know, I feel like it’s heavy. It feels heavy, like on my chest, almost like when something happens. And you’re like, oh my gosh, it feels almost like it’s stopping me from breathing. And I was curious about







    it. Because I was like, why is this? So? Triggering is not the word because I’m really not triggered.







    I’m more. What’s the word? I’m more like this can’t happen. Like this is not okay. And I want to talk about it and why it’s not okay. And it’s something that I see over and over and over and over and over again, with coaches and with people online building businesses. And I think it’s something that we don’t talk about, and I had it happen this morning, and I’m like, I’m going to talk about this. It’s been something I’ve been thinking about, but even more so because it just happened to me this morning. So here’s the message that I got this morning. And no hate to this person because they look lovely. And I’m sure they’re really good at what they do. But I got a DM in my messages on Instagram this morning. It’s clearly a cut and paste my name is spelled wrong. And it says it’s amazing how you leverage your skills and experience to help people unleash their true potential to thrive in their lives, or businesses. So clearly, you haven’t looked at anything right? Or living their lives or businesses. With these times more people need your expertise. And I’m surprised you’re not running any ads. Is there a reason why? So I looked at it. And I went to their profile. And clearly they run ads, they do Facebook ads, that’s their business. So their business is to help me get clients by running Facebook ads. And there’s been a time in my business where I ran ads. I don’t do it very often. And honestly, I don’t think I’ve done it in years. But they’re absolutely that is a good service. And I there’s no shame in that at all. But if you teach people and if you think that running ads is the way to go, that you’re surprised that I’m not running ads. Why are you finding me not in an ad? Why are you finding me by sliding into my DMs. And I think this is a thing that we see, like over and over and over again, right? The person who teaches real estate, how to make a bunch of money with real estate, and then you find out they don’t own any real estate, right? The person that’s trying to get you to buy a Facebook ad service from them, but they don’t use Facebook ads, or they’re not using it to get you I don’t know if she runs them. I didn’t check.

    • 13 min
    320: Why It’s Important to Create a Space That Works for You with Maddy Kozoyed

    320: Why It’s Important to Create a Space That Works for You with Maddy Kozoyed

    Maddy Kozoyed is an interior designer and the Owner of Whatsoever Things are Loverly, an interior design studio in San Diego, CA helping conscious-minded creatives make their spaces look, function, and feel better.







    With a background in design and project management, Maddy Kozoyed knows the impact your environment has on your daily life and mindset. The space around you influences how you feel, the internal narratives you’re telling yourself about your life, and can become a sneaky drain of your precious time and energy.







    When designing interiors, Maddy works to rewrite the narrative of spaces to reflect stories of success, abundance, freedom, and ease. She works virtually and in person with her clients to design systems, styles, and feelings to support their mindsets, habits, and goals.







    Maddy loves working specifically with entrepreneurs and creatives because it lights her up to learn about the ways business owners are infusing their values with their businesses to create more of what they want to see in the world. She does the same by infusing her clients’ values into their designs, whether that is sourcing secondhand, shopping with sustainable brands, or supporting local businesses.







    Maddy believes that when your home reflects and supports your priorities and values, you can show up every day empowered and inspired, ready to share your big ideas with the world.







    In this episode, Maddy shares the story behind her business, explains how your space could be negatively affecting your life if you haven’t made intentional decisions, and describes her process of creating spaces that prioritize her clients’ priorities.







    * Find Maddy on IG @whatsoeverthingsareloverly







    * Visit her website: whatsoeverthingsareloverly.com







    *Connect with Betsy on IG @betsypake















    TRANSCRIPT







    Welcome to the Art of Living big podcast. My name is Betsy pake. I’m an author, a speaker, and a trainer of NLP and hypnotherapy. And I’m focused on helping you understand and design your life with the power of the subconscious. This podcast is designed to help you think differently about what could be possible for your life. Now, let’s go live big. Hello. Hi, everyone. Welcome to the show today. I’m really excited because I have a guest today, I have my friend Maddie Zoid. Hey, Maddie. Hey, I’m so excited to have you on the show. Tell everybody a little bit about you and what you do?







    Absolutely. My name is Maddie Coyne and I own whatsoever things are lovely, which is an Interior Design Studio, helping conscious minded creatives make their spaces look function. And most importantly, feel better.







    We say the name of it again, whatsoever. whatsoever things







    are lovely. Hey, I really







    love this. Thank you. I mean, like, I really love it. Okay, whatsoever, things are lovely. Okay, so keep going. Sorry.







    Thank you so much.







    I’ll interrupt you constantly.







    It’s perfect. I love it. And I, that actually means a lot because there was a lot of intention behind choosing the same and it kind of chose and found me, which I can absolutely share. But it always means a lot when people are like, Oh, this is this is interesting. Yeah. So anyways, that’s that’s what my business is called. And in what I do, kind of the driving factor behind how I got sta...

    • 37 min
    319: What Is Deep Streaming and How Can It Help You?

    319: What Is Deep Streaming and How Can It Help You?

    For the past two years, Betsy has sent out messages she gets from Deep Streaming. Deep Streaming may be different than what you think it is or what you have been exposed to before, so in this episode, Betsy explains exactly what Deep Streaming is, how she discovered it, and how it could be beneficial for you.







    *Connect with Betsy on IG @betsypake















    TRANSCRIPT







    Welcome to the Art of Living big podcast. My name is Betsy pake. I’m an author, a speaker, and a trainer of NLP and hypnotherapy. And I’m focused on helping you understand and design your life with the power of the subconscious. This podcast is designed to help you think differently about what could be possible for your life. Now, let’s go live big. Hi, everybody. Hi, welcome to the show today. Welcome to the Art of Living big. My name is Betsy pake, if you’re new here, thanks so much for being here. So I’ve been thinking that I need to explain a little bit more about deep streaming. So it’s two years, like almost to the day that I’m recording this, that I started sending out text messages. Now, if you live in the United States, you can get on that list. It’s like a free text list. And you know, those automated ones that people do. And so what it is, is, every morning, I do my deep streaming, which I will explain in a second. And then I find like a nugget in that that I think could help you. And I texted out and I only text out lately, I feel like it’s been a lot more, which that’s a whole story. But but typically it’s like two to three times a week. So it’s not like a ton and you can opt out anytime it’s free. Okay? Now, if you, if you text me back, I do get it. So even though it’s like automated, it’s still me, there’s no bot that’s running it. It’s just automated in that it’s a way for me to not like, you know, to send out a kajillion texts all at once to a group of people, you know what I’m saying? So, so about two years ago, I started sending out these texts. And somebody recently was like, so what is it that you text? And I said, Well, it’s like a message from my deep streaming. And they let reply. They were like, Yeah, I’m like, none of what you just said, is sounds familiar to me other than the word text. So I thought, You know what, maybe it’s time that I do a whole episode where I can just describe this. Because I think this is different than what maybe you might be thinking or that maybe you’ve been exposed to before. About maybe 12 years ago, I started getting up really early every morning, so that I would have alone time to, you know, work on myself to read, you know, the journal, just like any kind of self discovery. And really, at that time, I was a coach. But I was working at noon based on nutrition. So I owned a CrossFit gym, I was working, basically on nutrition with athletes. And I knew that that wasn’t like my calling. There’s nothing wrong with that. I mean, that’s amazing. And some people are really good at it. I just felt like there was something different for me. And in a way that felt like there’s something more but I didn’t really know what that would be, you know, and this was really something that was like tugging at me where I was like, I don’t know, like, I’m not I don’t know. And, you know, I had been in corporate America for like 20 years. And I had been in sales and I was highly, highly successful in that field. And I really liked it. Like I had a lot of fun in sales. And I always liked my bosses and I always liked people I worked with and the customers that I had like it all of it was really good. And I had felt like there was something more you know, and when I opened up the CrossFit gym, I was still working my corporate job and and I,...

    • 26 min

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