Tag: coach

  • EP 127 // Belonging to and Becoming Myself // Jake Kauffman

    EP 127 // Belonging to and Becoming Myself // Jake Kauffman

    “Depression is the need for deep rest from the person we’ve become and not who we are.” What a treat I have for you today. I recorded this conversation a couple of months ago with my brother-from-another-mother Jake Kauffman about the good stuff – mental health, vulnerability, healing, depression, worth, and coming home to ourselves. […]

  • EP 29 // Letting My Unworthiness Show Me My Worth // Sarah Anassori

    EP 29 // Letting My Unworthiness Show Me My Worth // Sarah Anassori

    “The unworthiness was the way to become worthy.” I met my new friend Sarah Anassori during lunch at a lovely event several months ago, and we hit it off right away. But it wasn’t until our follow up brunch that we began to realize how similar our paths have been on our journeys to owning […]

  • 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 18 // Loving Myself Through the Darkness // Stephanie Kwong

    EP 18 // Loving Myself Through the Darkness // Stephanie Kwong

    “You can’t truly experience the light until you feel the dark.” Have you ever looked in the mirror and thought some not-so-nice things about yourself? How about downright mean ones? I think most, if not all of us, have experienced this. But it wasn’t until I started doing some deeper self-love work a few years […]

  • EP 15 // Looking Inward at Just Me // Colie Wasmund

    EP 15 // Looking Inward at Just Me // Colie Wasmund

    “It doesn’t have to be hard for you to be worthy to get it.” Who do I be? The first time I heard that question, it caught me off guard. What does it mean to “be?” I wondered. I always assumed “doing” was more important than “being.” But the more I learn about worth, the […]