To wrap the season, I call us back to the Map of Consciousness from episode 1, invite you to investigate your “Why?” in life, and fill you in on what’s coming in season 3.
Finally, my infamous mentor, Nisha Moodley joins me for an intriguing discussion about personal sovereignty and power! As Nisha discusses the ways power has been distorted by society and its systems, she calls us back to true, authentic power — the kind that can’t be taken away and that truly sets us free. No matter which way you slice it, this conversation is important and has the ability to true catalyze a change in perspective.
In this episode, I chat with my friend and co-worker, Ricky Murray, about how self-awareness played a role in his coming out story, and how coming out played a role in his self-awareness journey. Ultimately, this interview reinforced my belief that when 1 of us does the work, it gives more of us permission to be ourselves — free and joyful!
Life too seriously leads to misery. As much as everything matters, it also doesn’t if your quality of life totally sucks! You won’t be effective or joyful, and if you’re neither, what’s the point of working at all? Let’s take a seriousness break and enjoy my interview on the Reel Nerds podcast from DCC18. We chat about my writing, finding inspiration, fun sci-fi things we like, and other nerdy stuff!
This episode is special to me because it marks the release of my book, Get Your Joy On™: Unleash Joy In Your Life, One Small Action at a Time. Not only is this book my offering of love, wisdom, and courage to you, it’s a huge marker in my life’s journey for how far I’ve come. Please enjoy the first few chapters of the book!
Being a “good girl” means following the rules and doing what society dictates is “right” or “appropriate.” When these created constructs of who we “should be” go unquestioned, it leads to internal conflict, self-blame, self-hate, anger, and outward violence. Join me in my conversation with Kimberly Pendleton, PhD, all about the problem with the good girl construct and how this affects us all, not just women.