Have you ever noticed how you carry yourself throughout the day? Whether you're standing, sitting, walking, or talking, your body language sends out a tremendous amount of information - both to your own brain and to other people. Guest Coach Jessica Trainor investigates ways womxn can level up their confidence and take control of a room in this discussion on positive body language.
Welcome to our new feature, #LikeABoss, where we feature people who follow their "why" and win! For this installment, we are chatting with health coach, Julie Wojno. She ditched her 9-to-5 to pursue her business full-time, and is on a mission to help empower women to love their bodies, and live their most fulfilled lives.
Today, I'm excited to debut the first in a series of interviews about coaching - starting with my beloved client of over 18 months, Lauren S. Lauren is a treasure of a human being. She is smart, original, creative, thoughtful, and dedicated. She's more than a little weird, in all the best possible ways. She's made a lot of brave choices on her journey, including not wearing makeup (or shaving), which we chatted about in Episode X of the podcast (listen to it here!). And she's about to finish her Masters at Columbia with a SICK children's television show pitch. I know how I feel about working with her (it's been a serious privilege), but I was curious to learn more about her experience of coaching. So I asked her a few questions...
Welcome to Episode 14 of Rules Aren't Real, where we're joined by very special guest Marcy Richardson to debunk the rule, "Real Artists Don't Get Naked." Anyone who has ever been brave enough to put their art into the world has faced criticism of one form or another, and yet who can say what is "correct"? No one! That's the very nature of art - it is an exploration of beauty and meaning, performed or expressed in a brand new way. And if you want to perform naked - YOU DO YOU!! If you are doing your authentic thing, nothing will get in your way. Marcy is a fantastic example of someone who has thrown the rule book of "what opera singers are allowed to do" out to GD window. And good riddance, we say!
“When you say to yourself, ‘I am fat, I am ugly, I don’t like my face,’” says Colleen Star Koch, principal and life coach at Rowan Coaching in New York City, “you are also saying, ‘This one thing about me is more important than the total sum of my mind, heart, soul, and sweetness.'"