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Shira Gura, Emotional Well-Being Life Coach and award-winning author, knows first-hand what it feels like to get hijacked by your emotions. But she also knows that being able to control your emotions IN THE MOMENT is the most empowering way to live. In this podcast, you will learn how to get unstuck from everyday emotional situations so you can first learn how to build your relationships, instead of sabotage them and from there, learn how to handle anything!

Learn more at: www.shiragura.com

You Can Handle Anything‪!‬ Shira Gura, Emotional Well-Being Life Coach

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    • 4.8 • 73 Ratings

Shira Gura, Emotional Well-Being Life Coach and award-winning author, knows first-hand what it feels like to get hijacked by your emotions. But she also knows that being able to control your emotions IN THE MOMENT is the most empowering way to live. In this podcast, you will learn how to get unstuck from everyday emotional situations so you can first learn how to build your relationships, instead of sabotage them and from there, learn how to handle anything!

Learn more at: www.shiragura.com

    Consider Keep Showing Up

    Consider Keep Showing Up

    When was the last thing you committed to something, but didn't follow through on?
    ALL judgments aside!
    This is not about being perfect, but rather it's about waking up to noticing the excuses you may be making in your life (whether you are aware of them or not) that are holding you back from being the person you truly want to be and living the life you truly want to live.
    In every moment you have the opportunity to make a choice.
    It's just that sometimes we make excuses for why we can't show up as our best selves.
    We all do this... but, why?
    Tune in to hear more and to consider how you may want to notice more about what's going on in the moments when you face emotional challenges so you can be more deliberate with your actions!
    *If you want to learn how to better handle the everyday emotional situations in your life, click here to sign up for my FREE CLASS to get started!

    • 17 min
    Consider No Shame

    Consider No Shame

    Have you ever had the experience where you said something you wish you hadn't?
    Or you made a decision you later regretted?
    If so, you might be familiar with the feeling of shame.
    I can tell you from personal experience that shame is one of the worst things you can ever feel.
    Tune in to this week's episode to learn more about how you can handle shame better in your life.
    *If you want to learn how to handle the everyday emotional situations in your life better, click here to sign up for my FREE CLASS to get started!

    • 17 min
    Consider NOW is the best time as any

    Consider NOW is the best time as any

    When you feel a strong emotion coming on - whether you're feeling anxious, sad, frustrated, or annoyed - it's quite easy to get sucked into holding on to that emotion.
    Or, as I call it - getting "stuck."
    But the truth is, with every stuck spot comes a choice.
    You can get emotionally unstuck from the emotions that tend to hijack you, and NOW is the best time as any to do so.
    Tune in to this week's episode to hear more.
    *And, if you feel like your emotions are controlling your life, click here to learn how you can handle the everyday emotional situations in your life IN THE MOMENT!

    • 14 min
    The 90 Day Deal and an interview with Paula Spack

    The 90 Day Deal and an interview with Paula Spack

    If you could challenge yourself to do one thing for 90 Days, what would it be?
    One of the members of my Living Deliberately Circle decided to commit to 90 days of exercising - 20 minutes a day.
    The journey that she traveled on during this time wasn't necessarily to reach a goal, but rather to strengthen the relationship she has with herself.
    Tune in to hear Paula's story!
    To learn more about my group coaching program, Emotionally Equipped for Life, visit: www.shiragura.com
     

    • 21 min
    Emotional (Disordered) Eating

    Emotional (Disordered) Eating

    There is an emotional element to everything in life.
    And that includes eating.
    As humans, we have a tendency to want to avoid feeling uncomfortable emotions - and that resistance can lead to us numbing our emotions.
    Some people have a tendency to turn to alcohol or drugs or social media or Netflix to avoid feeling hard feelings.
    And others turn to food.
    And I'm one of those people.
    Emotional (or disordered) eating can lead to serious health problems. Unfortunately, most people turn to dieting before they turn to the root cause of their problems, which is, of course, being able to handle their emotions during everyday emotional situations in their life.
    In this week's podcast, you will hear my journey with emotional (and disordered) eating and the approach I am taking to resolve it.
    Click below to tune in.
    Please consider sharing this important episode with your friends.
    *And to see how you can learn how to control your emotions IN THE MOMENT so you can get unstuck from everyday emotional situations in your life, take my FREE masterclass by clicking here!

    • 32 min
    Transfer of Learning

    Transfer of Learning

    "Transfer of learning" is a psychological concept that occurs when people apply information, strategies, and skills they have learned to a new situation or context.
    But what does transfer of learning have to do with your emotions?
    Check out this week's episode to learn more and to hear how you can start to apply this strategy in your life in order to create new habits and have more success with reaching your goals!
    *Get started with learning more about getting "Emotionally Equipped for Life" by taking my FREE masterclass. Click here to start right away!

    • 12 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
73 Ratings

73 Ratings

lkwnsf ,

A good stop & reflect podcast

I just recently found this podcast & I’m really enjoying the topics & style that Shira discusses. She makes me stop & reflect on the things in my head & what’s going on around me. I like her unpretentious delivery. It’s like listening to a wise friend.

Krista Luzio ,

Small steps lead to a positive big picture outlook.

I recommend this podcast for anyone going through a challenging phase and wanting to make changes - big or small - in their life or perspective. Listening helps me feel more hopeful for myself and my capacity to grow and learn and change in my relationships. Her strategies are also remarkably easy to understand and don't make me feel overwhelmed. A huge plus!

alisal18 ,

How Do You Want To Show Up Each Day?

I started listening to Shira’s podcasts about 2 years ago. She shares her own stories using her method of Living Deliberately that truly resonate with me. I look forward each week to her podcast to learn and hear how she uses her method to stay CLEAR and unSTUCK. Shira shares a wide range of relatable topics from her life. Each story is well reasoned and insightful on how to Live Deliberately each day. I have recommended her podcast to so many. Each have come back to thank me for introducing them to Shira’s podcast and books. I highly recommend to all.

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