Also found on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Audible, Google Podcasts, and YouTube. Sometimes things happen in life that really get us down. We may feel hopeless, angry, or stuck, among other things. The upside is that we don’t have to feel this way – WE are the only ones in control of our own happiness! Tune in asContinue reading “S4. Episode 13: Life Sometimes SUCKS. Here’s How to Move Forward When It Feels Like Everything is Falling Apart – Show Notes”
What a humble thing for Bailey to say, am I right? Well, when you think about it, it takes a LOT of courage for someone to consistently show up on a public platform and spill the good, bad and the ugly from their life… Vulnerability is a form of braveness, yet it’s not the only form there is. Tune in to hear an array of courageous things that Bailey has done throughout her life and why she thinks she’s been able to take all of the risks that she has. By tuning in, she hopes to inspire you to be brave and take a few risks because in the words of Brene Brown, “Only when we are brave enough to explore the darkness will we discover the infinite power of our light.”
Tune in as Bailey discusses why she’s been absent from podcasting these past few weeks along with her theory as to what’s caused this.. Additionally, she explains how her self awareness has enabled her to take cues from her body to better understand what she’s feeling. You’ll leave this episode feeling inspired and ready to learn more about YOUR OWN body and mind.
In this episode, Bailey speaks directly from the heart on a recent self discovery – why she’s such an overachiever. She goes into detail about the 2 main reasons why she tends to overachieve, and you may be able to relate. You’ll leave this episode with a greater sense of understanding how our adult behaviors often stem from our childhood. Additionally, Bailey leaves you with a small yet significant challenge that will help you gain a greater sense of self.
After reading The Inheritance of Orquidea Divina by Zoraida Cordova, I spent some time reflecting on how I relate to the main character, Orquidea. While we are from two different countries and grew up in two completely different eras, we are a lot more alike than one might originally think.