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Episode 29: The 3 life skills you need to stay aligned and show up as your best self

In this episode...

Do you find that the holiday season makes it difficult for you to stay aligned with what’s in your best interest? For many of us, this time of year can mean crossed boundaries, difficult conversations, and putting ourselves last – but it doesn’t have to be that way!

What if instead, you could use the topic you know the best – YOU – as your compass this holiday season? By following what’s true to you, you’ll be able to set strong boundaries and take the pressure off of feeling like you need to “perform,” allowing space for nourishing and engaging conversations.

In this episode, we’re taking a look at three essential life skills that will support us in having better relationships with ourselves, with others and ultimately with the world at large. By the end of this episode, you’ll have all the tools you need to create and enjoy the holiday season you desire.

Listen to Your Permission Prescription: Episode 29 to learn how to give yourself permission to develop the skills you need for greater fulfillment.

What We Discuss & Highlights From Episode 29:

  • The three essential life skills that will support you in having better conversations, staying agenda-free, and creating boundaries that are authentic and meaningful to you
  • How active listening can create true intimacy and deeper relationships – while also take the pressure off of having to say or do the “right” thing
  • Why staying agenda-free will create the space for deeper trust and new possibilities
  • How re-assessing and resetting our boundaries prior to this holiday season can allow us to create the experience we desire

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