Month: May 2018

  • EP 25 // My Tools for Dealing with Mistakes // Christine Baird

    EP 25 // My Tools for Dealing with Mistakes // Christine Baird

    “I’m still blooming. And so are you. We don’t need to judge ourselves in the process.” Last week I recorded two episodes in one sitting (thinking they’d be one), so now it’s time to post the second part. As I was talking about the value of showing the unpolished process of our lives, I thought […]

  • EP 24 // Loving the Unpolished Process // Christine Baird

    EP 24 // Loving the Unpolished Process // Christine Baird

    “We give people a chance to witness our evolution.” There’s one piece of living worthfully that’s been on my mind lately — so I of course wanted to record a solo episode about it. It’s something I’m practicing daily, whether I want to or not. It’s the thing that held me back from sharing my […]

  • EP 23 // Being Judged for My Greatness // Christine Baird

    EP 23 // Being Judged for My Greatness // Christine Baird

    “Why not give your greatness to the world and let them judge you for that?” – Trent Shelton I got to listen to a wonderful (and worthfull) conversation at my work today. I have the privilege of sitting in on the conversations that are featured on the School of Greatness podcast (the show I produce […]

  • EP 22 // Seeing My Trials As My Gifts // Elizabeth Montgomery

    EP 22 // Seeing My Trials As My Gifts  // Elizabeth Montgomery

    “Our trials are our gifts, and we are what we make of them.” I got a delightful text from my dear friend Liz the other night. She and I have been walking our worthfull journeys on parallel paths, and she suggested we record a podcast episode together. I loved the idea. Not because I thought […]

  • EP 21 // Looking for the Evidence That I’m Worthy // Laurie Davis Edwards

    EP 21 // Looking for the Evidence That I’m Worthy // Laurie Davis Edwards

    “When we don’t feel worthy, we’re looking for the evidence that we’re not.” There’s one topic I haven’t dived into yet on the podcast, and it’s not because I was avoiding it. It’s something that I’ve been working quite a bit on myself — owning my worth in romantic relationships. However, it wasn’t until I […]