150: Less Perfection, More Authenticity (with Sara-Jean Gilbert)
About This Episode:
Sometimes we tend to approach life as if we’re on a stage, performing in ways that bring validation and approval. But what happens when we figure out how to ditch that performance and instead live completely authentically? In this episode you’ll learn exactly how it’s done and how much happiness will come when you do.
What You'll Learn:
After listening you'll know:
- The relationship between perfectionism, depression and anxiety.
- How to believe in your partner’s declarations of love (instead of staying stuck in “not good enough”).
- The secret for stopping the downward spiral when life seems hard.
- How to pay attention to your life and to yourself instead of running non-stop on the treadmill of life.
- Making a personal vow to stop performing for others and instead be REAL.
- And much more.
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Jen Riday is a mom of 6 and life coach who loves to help women experience massive happiness as they let go of stress, sadness or other chronic emotions of negativity.
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