Tag: trust

  • EP 133 // Worthfull Work Recap // Christine Baird

    EP 133 // Worthfull Work Recap // Christine Baird

    “The value of their relationships was a huge reflector of how their worth was carrying their careers forward.” If you caught the Worthfull Work Bonus Series on the podcast last week, you know it was a gem. I’m sharing my recap and takeaways in today’s episode to make sure I take note of them for […]

  • EP 119 // Not Knowing the Meaning of Things // Christine Baird

    EP 119 // Not Knowing the Meaning of Things // Christine Baird

    “You can’t know the meaning of something the day it happens.” I remember the first time I heard the idea that as humans, we are meaning-making machines. Wow, okay, yes, that makes sense. This has taken on another layer of meaning during a global pandemic when we are all desperate for meaning and can’t find […]

  • EP 115 // Trusting My Intuition to Be Worthfull // Christine Baird

    EP 115 // Trusting My Intuition to Be Worthfull // Christine Baird

    “My intuition is already, always full of worth.” I was talking to a friend this week about how challenging it can be to trust your intuition when you feel like it has betrayed you or led you astray. When things haven’t gone well even though you felt like they were going to. When you’ve been […]

  • EP 113 // Being Worthy of Support // Christine Baird

    EP 113 // Being Worthy of Support // Christine Baird

    “If I don’t allow this paradigm shift to actually shift me, then what’s the point of it?” I don’t know about you, but I have been EMOTIONAL this past week. Combo of the world turning upside down indefinitely, postponing my wedding indefinitely, and taking on way too much energy as an empath, just to name […]

  • EP 109 // It’s All Going to Work Out // Christine Baird

    EP 109 // It’s All Going to Work Out // Christine Baird

    “We live in the state of what we already want.” If you’ve been feeling a spot of overwhelm or doubt lately, you’re in great company. Me too. Everyone says being engaged and planning a wedding isn’t easy, and it’s not. It’s also not all bad, but I’ve definitely had a full plate between that and […]