Why Mindset Coach Lana Hernandez doesn’t say we should “overcome” our limiting beliefs, and what she teaches instead.
Louis L’Amour said, “There will come a time when you believe everything is finished; that will be the beginning.” After almost four years, the podcast makes a pivot and begins a new chapter.
One of the most common changes there is out there is a diet change. And it’s also one of the most difficult to sustain. But when the desire to change is rooted in something truly important and meaningful, there is a greater chance that the change will stick.
One of the hardest tasks of reimagining ourselves is working on ourselves. The mindset work. The hard task of changing our internal narratives, the stories that often run in the background sub-consciously, that stop us from doing the things we want to do.
In 2020, Podcast Ally’s Brigitte Lyons finally made a long-held dream come true. She and her husband let go of their apartment, bought a 21-ft fiberglass travel trailer, and now live ‘on the move’. The travel trailer is under 200 sq ft but has everything they need to live and run their business.
Professional photographer Yvonne Marchese traces her storytelling roots, from acting to photography, and now to podcasting.
Tara McMullin has had a remarkable and visible physical transformation in recent years. Unlike typical motivations though, her embrace of new fitness habits was not driven by a desire to lose weight or to look better. It was a habit change decision that was driven by professional and business aspirations, and to become the kind of person she wanted to be.
Here’s what’s coming up for Season 6.
Leadership Coach, Dr. Nayla Bahri, and Briefing Notes Editor, Lou Blaser, reflect on their 2020 and how they’re approaching 2021.
Lessons learned and takeaways from guests of the podcast, in the year of a pandemic.