Tiffany Han is a writer, speaker, teacher and host of Raise Your Hand Say Yes Podcast.
When was the last time you woke up feeling like you were excited to dive into your day? If you're not sure, you might be suffering from burnout.  In this week's episode, I'm sharing the 12 phases of burnout (as developed by psychologists!) and talking about why I think—as hand raisers and yes sayers—we're especially prone to burning ourselves out.  I'm also sharing one of my favorite super-easy-to-start-using tools for beginning to move yourself beyond burnout. What I Said: "The answer to moving beyond burnout is never that you need to work harder." "If we say ‘yes’ without saying ‘no,’ then we are just saying ‘yes’ to everything, and that’s not going to work" "We often hang out in the early stages of burnout and don’t think there is anything wrong with that." "Moving forward does not mean we have to sacrifice ourselves.” Those Timestamps 04:30 - The 12 phases of burnout 06:35 - Excess of ambition 08:30 - displacement of conflict 09:46 - Denial of problems 10:57 - Getting out of the early stages of burnout 12:25 - Moving forward and chill out at the same time 16:01 - Start practicing a pause 19:11 - Those (entertainment) systems are working against us. Show Notes: Get the Core Values Masterclass (half off through 12/4!) Radical Acceptance by Tara Brach The 12 Phases of Burnout Hurry Slowly podcast episode on burnout
Tell me this: would you avoid anything in the world to feel needy? Do you want to go deeper into your desires but feel selfish in doing so? Are you so accustomed to taking care of everyone else around you that you never have any time left for yourself? Sweets, pull up a chair because this vintage episode with life coach and host of the Needy podcast, Mara Glatzel is going to be balm for your soul. I wanted to have Mara back on early in the Money, Sex, Freedom series so we could talk about how wanting more for yourself in those areas is totally okay and also SUPER ENCOURAGED. And, newsflash: having needs doesn't mean you're faulty or a failure. It means you're human! (WHOA.) Dive in. It's so good. (Mara, thank you. You are a gift.) What She Said:  "It is both essential and normal to have needs." "Having your needs met makes you so much better at everything you do." "If we can't make space for taking care of ourselves then we can't bring a full version of ourselves to anything that we do." "When you lack trust in something, you create a lot of rules around it." Those Timestamps:  02:35 - Core Values Masterclass - Special Sale!!! 06:35 - The Needy podcast... and what it means being 'needy' 15:11 - Honoring and taking care of our needs 22:46 - How to reconcile your needs and your service to people 30:56 - Most loving way to cultivate trust for yourself 37:26 - The beauty of prioritizing your needs - "You're the vessel for the service" 49:32 - Knowing yourself... Knowing your needs 01:01:22 - Note to remember: Nobody is an exception. Everyone has needs. Show Notes: Black Friday sale on the Core Values Masterclass! Connect with Mara:  Website | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Mara's Needy Podcast Mara's previous RYHSY appearance RYHSY on the Self-Fulfilling Prophecy of Fear
I loved talking with Natalie Lue for this week's vintage episode and we covered so much ground, including: habits (and relationships!) that aren't serving you, how to step beyond those well-worn patterns, drama and our addiction to it, and how people-pleasing is actually a manipulation (SAY WHAT?!). We also covered identities that don't serve us, letting other people dim our light, and why having emotional baggage doesn't mean anything other than that we're human. Natalie blew my mind in this episode and I think you'll love it! What She Said:  "Patterns happen when we're living unconsciously, and that means we’re not living who we are." "We're so used to giving ourselves a hard time that we often chase things that deep down we don't want." "Sometimes we want something so badly it feels like a need but it isn't." "People pleasing masks a hidden agenda... Being honest about what our reasons are could be a real game-changer." "Adulthood is about unlearning all of the harmful and unproductive stuff that we pick up along the way." "We have to take the journey and go through whatever we need to experience to learn what we need to learn." Those Timestamps:  04:04 - Recognizing and letting go of old identities, habits, emotional baggage 13:44 - Taming your inner critic and silencing the negativity 19:19 - How to stop people-pleasing and start being/doing you 24:50 - Living with intention, Getting out of that autopilot life 31:06 - The manipulative power of people-pleasing 42:43 - Ways to halt the habit of being hard on yourself 57:45 - Who's deciding what you're capable of? (Updated You vs. Outdated You) 1:00:05 - Why the journey and the experience matters Show Notes:  Connect with Tiffany on Insta Get Tiffany's newsletter and stay in the know  Take the Agency Archetypes Quiz!  Connect with Natalie Site | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook Baggage Reclaim Podcast
The big question we're tackling this week in this vintage episode is this: how do you proceed towards the life you want to live when your pesky brain keeps getting in the way with the fear and the doubt and those sneaky impulses? (Related: how do you get yourself to do the things that matter most to you when, in the moment, you just don't want to!?) (Also related: if you experience this, YOU ARE NOT ALONE.) Dig into this week's episode to hear about why I want you to ignore your brain and what to focus on instead!! What I Said:  "We build resilience, confidence, and progress through action." "The answer is not to have it all figured out. It's knowing enough and having the faith to willingly take the next step." "The impulse is not the authority of your life. You are!" Those Timestamps:  04:05 - How to learn not to listen to your "brain" 15:27 - Shrinking the recovery time between the impulse to the fact 24:23 - A commitment to sobriety and recovery 29:31 - How to show up differently...and with integrity 32:35 - Listening to the voices that are of authority in our life
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