Have you ever been in a job or career that just did not align with who you are or what you are about? Many times, we end up in jobs or careers because we took one logical step after the other. The problem with being in a job that you are unhappy or dissatisfied with is that it depletes your energy and dampens your spirit. Find a higher purpose to what you do in your daily life and being in alignment with it is essential to the heart-centered life.
In this episode, I talk to Betty Kempa, a career coach who helps high-level executives, especially women, transition from a job they do not like into their dream career. Here Betty talks candidly about the 5 steps she walks clients though to take them from an unhappy career situation to one that is fulfilling. Here are the 5 steps Betty takes her clients through:
1. Unpacking Your Story
Unpacking your job history to identify why you may be unhappy with your current job and what you actually do like about your job as it is. Find the...
In this interview for the Heart Centered Life, I talk to entrepreneur, published author, precision wellness specialist, health advocate, food and supplement formulator and hope expert, Wendi Michelle, about how to get healthy and stay healthy. We also talk about the importance of investing in your health while you are healthy. The key takeaways from the interview:
1) What good nutrition looks like: stay as close to nature as possible
2) Supplement your nutrition where necessary
3) Nourish your body with water: use spring-fed water and try to collect your own water
4) Movement: the body needs to move and enjoy the movement; move during the day
5) Sleep is absolutely necessary to keep the body at it's optimal level
6) Get as much sun and your feet in the earth as much as possible
Links from the interview:
Wendi's website: wendimichelle.com
Find a Spring: findaspring.com
Bruce Lipton's book: https://www.brucelipton.com/books/biology-of-belief
Supplements Wendi recommends:
In this podcast episode, I interview Joyce Odidison. Joyce is a Certified Training and Development Professional with the Institute for Performance and Learning, a member of the International Association for Worksite Health Promotion, and a Certified Professional Coach with the International Coaching Federation. She travels all over the world on speaking engagements and is a sought-after coach, group facilitator, and master trainer. I am delighted to have this opportunity to interview her.
We spent quite a bit talking about the weather at the start of the podcast before we warmed up enough to talk about all the good things that Joyce has to offer. So, to jump right in and skip all the introductory warm-up, head to the 6:00 minute mark.
Joyce developed the Wellness Improvement System as a tool to help people move up a wellness scale and improve their interpersonal wellness. She identified 9 core competencies (or areas) in which there is always room for improvement. We talk about how...