Life Done Better with Supermodel Jill de Jong

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Are you a pain sufferer or do you know someone with chronic, debilitating pain? The physical, mental, and emotional effects of pain really do add up to a living hell for so many people. What if there was another way to effectively stop pain at its source; the brain and nervous system itself? Holistic Healthcare Practitioner Rob Vanbergen shares his practice of healing those who suffer from chronic pain including micro-current therapy and how he incorporates homeopathy into his practice.  Check out www.painfreeforlife.com for more! Through the episode, Jill and Rob Vanbergen discuss: :43 Rob’s journey through pain 2:20 What is micro current therapy? 3:55 Is pain always a warning that something is wrong? 6:24 Scar-tissue and pain 9:45 Why isn’t micro current therapy as widely known or available? 12:42 Nutrition, sugar, and inflammation 14:08 The domino effect of stress 16:08 Identifying pain with new technology 19:07 Top homeopathic remedies for pain ----------------- Learn More: https://www.curtco.com/lifedonebetter Have questions or feedback for Jill? Send her a message on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_modelsdoeat Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/_lifedonebetter Hosted by: Jill de Jong Produced and edited by: AJ Moseley Sound Engineering by: Steve Riekeberg Theme Music by: Chris Porter A CurtCo Media Production https://www.curtco.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Has your trust been broken? Are you frustrated with dating but are longing to find your ideal partner? Allana Pratt has coached thousands of singles, and couples, and is passionate about helping others find deep connections and fulfilling relationships. In a deep discussion on intimacy blind spots, daddy wounds, and inner confidence, this conversation will give you tools to navigate and improve both current and future relationships.   TIMESTAMPS: 1:18 Allana shares where our intimacy blind spots are 4:12 Developing healthy boundaries and recognizing past trauma 8:18 The importance of having a good relationship with your father 10:47 There are important lessons in every relationship that we have 13:54 Conflict is natural in relationships 15:06 Are people made to be monogamous?  19:06 Advice for singles to align with their ideal partner 21:41 Tips for succeeding on the dating apps 23:26 Where to download Allana’s ‘HeartMates’ app ----------------- Learn More: https://www.curtco.com/lifedonebetter Have questions or feedback for Jill? Send her a message on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_modelsdoeat Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/_lifedonebetter Hosted by: Jill de Jong Produced and edited by: AJ Moseley Sound Engineering by: Steve Riekeberg Theme Music by: Chris Porter A CurtCo Media Production https://www.curtco.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Are you or a loved one experiencing a burnout?Some signs of a burnout are: losing patience quickly, poor sleep, being easily distracted and feeling really tired. The ongoing pandemic, the presidential election, working from home, financial stress (and the list goes on) is affecting all of us.  Take control of your mental health and schedule time away from work and your phone. Give yourself time to feel and process all your emotions and remember that taking great care of yourself is a necessity not a luxury. Through the episode, Jill and Dr. Hammer discuss: 0:55 What is “burnout?” 2:29 How do we recognize burnout? 4:32 What are the GAIN principles from Dr. Hammer’s book? 7:32 What is a typical dat look like for Dr. Hammer during the COVID era? 9:45 What are the two types of happiness? 12:28 Dr. Hammer’s story of recognizing burnout in his life 14:57 Meditating and accepting that which is painful 17:20 Accepting negative emotions 18:00 How does stress affect men and women differently? 19:12 Dealing with friends and outside family during a tragedy 22:07 Where can we learn more about dealing with burnout? ----------------- Learn More: https://www.curtco.com/lifedonebetter Have questions or feedback for Jill? Send her a message on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_modelsdoeat Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/_lifedonebetter Hosted by: Jill de Jong Produced and edited by: AJ Moseley Sound Engineering by: Steve Riekeberg Theme Music by: Chris Porter A CurtCo Media Production https://www.curtco.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Are you connected to your inner wisdom? LEARN how to distinguish the voice of fear from the voice of  your intuition, TRAIN your intuitive muscles by quieting your mind and spending time in nature. MAKE decisions that are aligned with your truth/heart and move confidently into new directions. TIMESTAMPS: 1:07 Are we born with Intuition? 3:59 How to start developing your intuition 7:00 What is spiritual-bypassing and why is it dangerous 8:37 Top 3 recommendations for quieting your mind and getting in tune with your intuition 10:23 How to distinguish your intuitive voice from you inner-voice 14:08 Where to seek help when you’re having trouble building your intuition 15:25 Common questions Natalie receives as a psychic medium 18:56 Jill shares an experience where her intuition was spot-on 21:41 Releasing the pain of your ancestral story 22:41 Natalies top 2 ways to connect to your intuition ----------------- Learn More: https://www.curtco.com/lifedonebetter Have questions or feedback for Jill? Send her a message on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_modelsdoeat Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/_lifedonebetter Hosted by: Jill de Jong Produced and edited by: AJ Moseley Sound Engineering by: Steve Riekeberg Theme Music by: Chris Porter A CurtCo Media Production https://www.curtco.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Would  you like to know how to get media exposure for your business or message? Abbey Gibb, a former Emmy winning TV journalist and TedX speaker breaks it all down for you in simple and attainable steps. Her humorous approach invites you to push your fears aside and share in your truth and vulnerability. Abbey believes that the solution to our connection starved society is to share our S.H.I.T 1:28 Abbey explains what her story and what her S.H.I.T. system is  7:36 The process of growing by ‘unbecoming’ 10:16 Refusing to live in a state of shame 11:26 How do we start to share our message? 12:50 One pain point = one solution. Focusing your message. 13:38 Structuring the steps in building your ‘movement’  17:59 Repetition and practice in telling your story 21:00 Picking the right friends and assistants to help you polish your message 23:40 Techniques on presenting and delivering your personal message 24:30 Shifting to embody feminine energy on stage 26:40 Optimizing your engagement and Instagram page 28:10 Creating shareable savable content 31:00 The importance of directing your audience to engage and give feedback ----------------- Learn More: https://www.curtco.com/lifedonebetter Have questions or feedback for Jill? Send her a message on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_modelsdoeat Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/_lifedonebetter Hosted by: Jill de Jong Produced and edited by: AJ Moseley Sound engineering by: Steve Riekeberg Theme Music by: Chris Porter A CurtCo Media Production https://www.curtco.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What makes you feel beautiful? Do you give yourself enough time to take excellent care of yourself?  Sarah sums up the 5 keys from her book “Supermodel You” that will help you make better decisions day-to-day. Join Sarah and Jill's conversation about how the modeling industry has changed, the importance of sleep and tips on boosting confidence. You’ll enjoy the surprisingly down-to-earth approach Sarah brings to Life Done Better. In this episode they discuss: 1:18 How has the modeling industry changed with the advent of social media 5:29 Sarah has 5 keys to becoming your best self. The first is ‘awareness’ 6:02 The second key to success is ‘sleep’ 8:13 Sarah’s 3rd key to success is managing ‘stress’ 9:06 The 4th key to success is ‘intuitive eating’ 10:20 Sarah’s top 3 ‘must-haves’ in her diet 11:03 Interesting thoughts about Vitamin C  11:59 The fifth key to Sarah’s system of success is ‘exercise’ 15:48 What makes Sarah feel beautiful  17:03 Thoughts on wearing daily make-up and all the new ‘Instagram looks’ 18:06 Sarah’s top two tips on how to boost confidence 20:20 Jill shares how she’s been able to boost her confidence 21:59 How does Sarah practice self-love 23:41 How the pandemic has centered Sarah’s priorities  ----------------- Learn More: https://www.curtco.com/lifedonebetter Have questions or feedback for Jill? Send her a message on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_modelsdoeat Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/_lifedonebetter Hosted by: Jill de Jong Produced and edited by: AJ Moseley Theme Music by: Chris Porter A CurtCo Media Production https://www.curtco.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How do you perform under pressure? Do your nerves get in the way? Olympic champion Julia Mancuso reveals how she prepares her mind for a race and how she stops negative thoughts from creeping in. Don't underestimate the power of your brain!  A positive attitude is learned behavior; train your brain daily to become more resilient and happy. In this episode Julia and Jill discuss: 0:43 What does retirement mean to you? 4:48 Did skiing remain a passion even when it was your job? 7:17 How did you craft your positive mindset? 9:22 How do you deal with things that annoy you? 10:25 Sleep tricks and advice. 12:25 Tips of calming your nerves. 13:55 The biggest misconceptions about Julia. 16:27 Building the timeline of your goals. 17:36 Julia explains why her podcast is called “Just Be Yourself.” 18:26 The biggest lessons Julia has learned from being a mother.  19:05 Discussing the subject of discipline. 21:56 Julias tips on raising her vibration every day. ----------------- Learn More: https://www.curtco.com/lifedonebetter Have a question or a topic you want discussed on the show? Send a message to Jill on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_modelsdoeat Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/_lifedonebetter Hosted by: Jill de Jong Produced and edited by: AJ Moseley Sound Engineering by: Michael Kennedy Theme Music by: Chris Porter A CurtCo Media Production https://www.curtco.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Are you ready to step into your power? Letting go of relationships that no longer serve you, and making space for new uplifting, supportive friends and partners may be the start of re-discovering yourself. Join Jill & Renee as they also explore the power of talk therapy, dealing with depression, and how to lead by example. In this unique episode, Jill and her close friend Renee share some excellent life advice on becoming your most authentic self and dealing with racial injustice in the US. In this episode they discuss: (1:15) What spurred your choice to become a lawyer from such a young age (3:32) What has helped Renee step into her power and become unapologetically herself (6:18) Tips and advice on vetting your social circle to live your more authentic life. (7:05) How has Renee been affected by all the recent political and racial injustice that the US has dealt with recently? (8:40) How difficult has it been for Renee to go about explaining all the racial issues in the US to her interracial family? (11:20) What is Seasonal Affective Disorder and what are some tips on dealing with it? (16:29) What is some of the best advice Renee has been given in her life? (18:28) The importance of building in relaxation time to your days. (20:59) Renee shares some of the foods she grew up with in Jamaica. (21:51) Care for yourself just like you would care for your most prized guest.  ----------------- Learn More: https://www.curtco.com/lifedonebetter Follow Us: Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/_lifedonebetter Jill on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_modelsdoeat ------------ Hosted by: Jill de Jong Produced and edited by: AJ Moseley Theme Music by: Chris Porter A CurtCo Media Production https://www.curtco.com  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How are you spending your time? Where are you wasting your time? Create more time to do everything that makes your heart sing! Identify  your time suckers and areas of stress and learn to implement systems that will make you more organized and less stressed.  Learn about Sandi’s 3D system and get inspired to delegate and say  "no" more often. Host, Jill de Jong, is joined by author and High Performance Productivity Coach Sandi Glandt. During the episode they talk about: (1:00) Sandi shares where her inspiration comes from and why she is so passionate about the skill of productivity. (3:00) Jill shares how she has struggled with being overly-productive and burned out from her previous career. (4:46) How becoming more organized can not only boost productivity but destress your life. (6:49) Sandi shares why it is important to do the hardest task of the day first thing in the morning. (9:24) Are using sticky-notes and writing down tasks a helpful method for staying on track? (11:08) Building in break times and ‘play’ helps fuel more productive working time. (13:50) Using apps for saving time, and the value of your time. (16:21) Is it worth it to hire a virtual assistant? (21:30) Vetting your life and learning to say ‘no’ to things. (24:45) What are some of Jill and Sandi’s favorite sections from her book? (26:50) Sometimes small accomplishments are plenty to be proud of.  Follow Jill on Instagram: @_modelsdoeat Follow the Show on Twitter: @_lifedonebetter Learn More: Life Done Better ------------------- Hosted by Jill de Jong Produced and Edited by: AJ Moseley A CurtCo Media productionSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Is what’s happening to you, happening FOR you? Disease can be a teacher for us. Learn the power of reframing your personal story; What many would think of as an absolute nightmare, Jesse describes it as a humbling experience. Jesse was a hard working single mother when she was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis and was bed ridden for a year and moved like a 90 year old person. She couldn’t use her body the way she wanted to and the lessons of this autoimmune disorder she found in forced stillness.  She even calls RA her superpower!   Jill and Jesse also talk about the importance of managing stress, the power of nature, grounding mats and how Jesse started her organic skincare line "Golden Secrets". TIMESTAMPS: (1:31) Instagram filters and women (2:22) Jesse finds out she has Rheumatoid Arthritis (3:45) How was Jesse before she was diagnosed with RA? (4:26) What were the early days of RA like? (7:37) What lessons have you learned from RA? (8:44) What was the turning point with your perspective on living with RA? (10:41) How did you learn to be more kind to yourself with the disease (12:42) The Golden Secret skincare line (15:20) Chemicals in beauty products (17:23) Grounding and balancing earth to body (19:59) Jesse shares how she met her husband, and what’s she’s learned about finding love (22:38) Relinquishing control to a significant other (24:05) How do you pick yourself up when you’re having a bad day ------------ Learn More: Life Done Better Follow Jill on Instagram: @_modelsdoeat Follow the show on Twitter: @_lifedonebetter Hosted by: Jill de Jong Produced and Edited by: AJ Moseley Theme Music By: Chris Porter A CurtCo Media ProductionSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Life can be rough and incessant, emotional pain can lead to severe depression and is make you lose hope for a better life. Keep the faith (believe without seeing). YOUR life is precious and you are here to rise and shine! Let Tara's story inspire you to see the light, even in the darkest times.  Not only did Tara write two bestselling books; “Cured By Nature” and “Wild Habits", she has also made her childhood dream come true by recording and releasing an album that she describes as “conscious pop”. Listen in to this truly inspiring episode of hope, determination, and second chances with host Jill de Jong and guest Tara Mackey. TIMESTAMPS: 2:30 - Tara Mackey talks about her song writing and her EP, Bugatti 5:30 - Tara speaks about suicide prevention 8:15 - Natural solutions versus drugs 9:15 - Natural, holistic health hacks, 14:20 - Tara speaks about living with drug/alcohol addicted parents 18:00 - Tara relates her experience at Mexican orphanages 24:00 - Tara's 'typical' day, ------------------------- Learn More: Life Done Better Follow Jill on Instagram: @_modelsdoeat Follow the show on Twitter: @_lifedonebetter --------------------------- Hosted by: Jill de Jong Produced and Edited by: Mike Thomas Sound Engineering by: Michael Kennedy Theme Music by: Chris Porter A CurtCo Media Production   y9fOYwkgtWXZeIOCTC39See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Liana Werner Gray’s junk food addiction destroyed her body. When she discovered a golf ball size tumor in her neck and was diagnosed with early-stage cancer, she knew it was time do to the inner-work and heal this - addressing it at the root. Restoring her health one bite at a time, introducing whole foods back into her diet, and eating foods straight from the earth inspired her to write her first book “The Earth Diet” What you put in your mouth every day is going to affect your body and your brain. Your brain chemistry relies on the nutrients you provide; your immune system needs strong building blocks, and your gut health is essential for a balanced body. Liana and Jill talk about replacement therapy and Liana shares her top 3 recommended foods to create a cancer free environment in your body, including nutrients that can optimize gut health and reduce anxiety and depression. TIMESTAMPS: 2:40 - Liana Werner Gray relates how she defeated cancer through diet 7:20 - The role of diet in restoring health 9:20 - Top three foods that keep a body cancer free 14:10 - How to stay motivated and inspired 17:50 - Liana discusses her new book "Anxiety Free With Food" 20:25 - Best foods for gut and mental health, -------------------------- Learn More: Life Done Better Follow Jill on Instagram: @_modelsdoeat Follow the show on Twitter: @_lifedonebetter --------------------------- Hosted by: Jill de Jong Produced and Edited by: Mike Thomas Sound Engineering by: Michael Kennedy Theme Music by: Chris Porter A CurtCo Media ProductionSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Debbie Lash shares about self-medicating, feeling lost, and hitting rock bottom. Debbie turned her life around and started a new career in her mid-forties, after making one powerful decision, resulting in many other great decisions that made her thrive again and regain her health. Debbie and Jill also share about their number one health tip, their 20+ year friendship, and how they like to challenge themselves and just say "yes” to life! TIMESTAMPS: 2:40 - Debbie Lash discusses her breakdown and recovery 8:40 - Establishing self-worth and confidence 12:00 - Why "Wifey" 16:20 - Accountability Partners and overcoming fear 19:00 - Beneficial bacteria and 'gut health' 20:30 - Training discipline 26:50 - Getting kids to eat healthy 29:30 - The importance of moving your body Learn More: Life Done Better Follow Jill on Instagram: @_modelsdoeat ------------------- Hosted by: Jill de Jong Produced and Edited by: Mike Thomas Sound Engineer: Michael Kennedy Theme Music By: Chris Porter A CurtCo Media ProductionSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Trade your weight loss goals for experience goals. Focus on feelings instead of a number on the scale. Become your own food detective and fine tune your diet.  Let Kim’s nuggets of wisdom inspire you to make some lasting changes that you’ll actually enjoy. Kim was diagnosed with Lyme disease and for two years of being sick and taking many courses of antibiotics she had to build her health back. One of the things that helped her was changing her diet; from vegetarian to Paleo. Kim Strother is a wellness coach, personal trainer, and yoga instructor. As one of LA's top celebrity trainers, and she's spent over a decade creating individualized health plans for clients, including her popular '30 Day In-Home Bootcamp Experience.' Kim has been a featured fitness instructor at studios and workshops across the country including Barry's Bootcamp and Summit Series.  TIMESTAMPS: 1:53 - How can we stay active and healthy during these uncertain times? And the importance of self-care. 4:58 - How do we stay motivated? 7:59 - What are ways we can build self-confidence, and how can we feel better in our bodies? 9:45 - Kim shares her experience being diagnosed with Lyme Disease and the changes she made to help herself feel better. 10:44 - What prompted Kim to adapt a Paleo diet in her lifestyle? 13:42 - Kim shares about overcoming struggles in her life and how to deal with self-doubt, especially during a pandemic when everything is so uncertain. 16:14 - Kim becomes a ‘food detective’ and gives suggestions to those to are already on a fitness journey but not seeing results in this moment and how to optimize your health. 19:28 - Jill shares how she investigates food journals with her clients and how she uses it to help them achieve optimal health and empower them to make positive changes 21:22 - What does ‘healthy’ mean? 21:46- How reading food labels puts you in charge. Follow Kim on Instagram: @kim_strother and find more: kimstrother.com -------------------- Follow Jill on Instagram: @_modelsdoeat Follow the Show on Twitter: @_lifedonebetter Learn More: Life Done Better Produced by: Mike Thomas Sound Engineering by: Michael Kennedy Theme Music by: Chris Porter A CurtCo Media ProductionSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As a highly sensitive person Candace felt highly misunderstood; she was diagnosed with ADHD and started taking medication that numbed her feelings for the next ten years. At age 16 changed everything for her; she got off the medication and started to feel her real self again. Being highly sensitive is a gift that Candace uses to help others heal emotional wounds, getting rid of belief systems  and recognizing toxic relationships. Candace Van Dell joins Life Done Better to share ways of learning to love yourself through treating yourself right, facing fear, and her path of spiritual healing through her personal experiences and coaching. Candace traded in her life as a model and actress to become a Spiritual Coach, certified in Spiritual Psychology, and helps her clients heal emotional wounds to live an authentic life. TIMESTAMPS: 2:32 - Jill and Candace talk about how they met and their instant connection at a casting 3:15 - Candace shares her experience being born with ADHD and a heightened intuition, how she medicated in order to cope, and what it felt to leave the medications behind 7:00 - How Candace discovered Spiritual Healing and her out of body experience, which prompted her to finally leave her medications behind 9:58 - Jill asks Candace how to detect emotional wounds and recognize toxic relationships 13:20 - How to give yourself the permission to feel and heal 15:16 - Candace shares experiences about her career transition, what prompted her to leave the modeling industry and begin Spiritual Healing and how her intuition guided her to live a more authentic life 21:20 - The impact Candace has on her clients, their response to her work, and what it means to her 23:08 - Candace gives advice for those who know the changes they want to make in their life, but not sure how to get there - and how to learn to treat yourself right and love yourself. 27:30 - What changed Candace's mind and convinced her to do her first triathlon Learn More: Life Done Better Follow Jill on Instagram: @_modelsdoeat Follow the show on Twitter: @_lifedonebetter -------------- Hosted by: Jill de Jong Produced by: Mike Thomas Sound Engineering by: Michael Kennedy Theme Music by: Chris Porter A CurtCo Media ProductionSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Let this episode inspire you to be brave when it comes to new beginnings, getting out of debt, becoming more resourceful and creating a life on your terms.  Danny J proves that there is hope and a bright future after divorce, losing income and being diagnosed with a terrible health condition. Mindfulness and Financial Health expert Danny J is committed to helping women find their TRUE issues. She’s not afraid to talk about what others don’t want to talk about. Danny J tells her personal story of living through paralysis at age twenty-two, surviving bankruptcy, living in an RV, and demonstrating the power of finding her new beginning.  TIMESTAMPS: 3:30 - Danny J talks about living out of a suitcase, losing her business and starting over. 6:30 - Danny J talks about her “Find Your Money Project.”  9:10 - Jill and Danny discuss the importance of creating a financial overview. 13:50 - Jill and Danny talk about how they both wound up living in an RV.  21:30 - taking personal responsibility and becoming the person you want to be. 24:00 - At age twenty-two Danny J was paralyzed due to a bacterial infection while performing at Sea World. Learn more: Life Done Better Follow Jill on Instagram: @_modelsdoeat Follow the show on Twitter: @_lifedonebetter ------------------------------ Hosted by: Jill de Jong Produced and Edited by: Mike Thomas Sound Engineering by: Michael Kennedy Theme Music by: Chris Porter A CurtCo Media ProductionSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A near death experience, a major health issue and a painful accident can make life seem unfair and unsafe. But WHAT IF these experiences are needed for radical change? Health coach Sarah Anne Stewart shares very personal stories that may help you look at some of the most difficult things in life as blessings in disguise. In this episode of Life Done Better, Sarah reveals how women can finally achieve a body they love – the Holistic way! She talks with Jill about what keeps women from healthy body goals and shows how they can free themselves from their weight struggles and start living their lives again. TIME STAMPS: 3:00 - Sarah talks about how holistic medicine cured her father’s cancer.8:15 - Sarah and Jill expose the challenges of a modeling career and its effect on body image.13:20 - Breaking down your belief system, believing “experts,” and trusting yourself.16:50 - Sarah and Jill discuss insecurities, belief systems, and how to discover the way you want to feel rather than how you look.20:20 - Sarah shares her personal story of her breast implant illness.27:30 - Sarah and Jill talk about the power of healing the turbulent, subconscious mind. Follow Jill on Instagram: @_modelsdoeat Follow the show on Twitter: @_lifedonebetter ---------------------------- Hosted by: Jill de Jong Guest: Nutritional Health Coach Sarah Anne Stewart Produced by: Mike Thomas Sound Engineering by: Michael Kennedy Theme Music by: Chris Porter A CurtCo Media ProductionSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Are you dealing with a lot of disappointment and frustration? This episode is for you! Listen to this conversation with master coach and author of "Expectation Hangover" Christine Hassler  for a new perspective, tips for improving love relationships and communication skills. Christine Hassler graduated cum laude from Northwestern University and received her master’s degree in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica. She has appeared on The Today Show, CNN, ABC, CBS, FOX, E!, Style and PBS, and speaks about generation diversity, millennials, resilience, leadership, life balance.  Her most-recent book is ‘Expectation Hangover: Free Yourself from Your Past, Change Your Present and Get What You Really Want.’ After being inspired by her own unexpected challenges and experiences, Christine Hassler realized her journey was actually her destination. She’s a master coach who combines life coaching with the principles of spiritual psychology.  In her conversation with host Jill de Jong, Christine reviews the principles in her book ‘Expectation Hangover,’ and she offers a step-by-step guide to achieve instant clarity on what’s holding you back from the life you want. TIMESTAMPS: 1:15 - Christine Hassler describes the three types of “Expectation Hangovers” and why they hold us back. 6:30 - Jill and Christine shows how we usually numb ourselves when confronted with challenges and what to do instead. 11:00 - How to get support from friends, mentors, and coaches. 13:15 - Understanding and confronting feelings. 17:15 - Addressing communication challenges and the triggers in personal relationships. 25:00 - The myths around being a “People Pleaser.” Follow Jill on Instagram: @_modelsdoeat Follow the show on Twitter: @_lifedonebetter Learn More: Life Done Better ---------------------------------- Hosted by: Jill de Jong Guest: Christine Hassler Produced by: Mike Thomas Sound Engineering by: Michael Kennedy Theme Music by: Chris Porter A CurtCo Media ProductionSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nikki Sharp describes how she overcame intense eating disorders and business challenges. She shares her journey from hard-charging businesswoman to a well-balanced wellness expert.  Wellness Coach and motivational speaker Nikki Sharp is passionate about helping others create a well-balanced and fulfilling life. Nikki talks to host Jill de Jong about facing our fears, the value of failure, and embracing a natural way to heal and to thrive. Timestamps: 2:00 - Balancing technology and managing the so-called “Zoom Effect.” 3:20 - The merits of taking the occasional social media detox. 4:30 - The rules for getting a better night’s sleep. 9:00 - How to prioritize health over everything else. 15:00 - Nikki’s journey overcoming her eating disorders and business challenges. 19:00 - Recognizing the guilt and filters we use to punish ourselves. 23:40 - Nikki talks about what she's learned from her biggest failures. 25:30 - The necessity and value of having a coach and a mentor. 29:00 - What improvements would Nikki and Jill like to see in their lives? ------------------------------------------ Follow Jill on Instagram: @_modelsdoeat Follow the show on Twitter and send us questions: @_lifedonebetter Learn more: Life Done Better Hosted by: Jill de Jong Guest: Nikki Sharp Produced by: Mike Thomas Theme Music by: Chris Porter Sound Engineer: Michael KennedySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This podcast is the place to find connection, inspiration and practical solutions to life’s questions, obstacles and frustrations - through the personal experiences and realizations of the renown guests - to help you find empowerment, strength, and knowledge. Listen to the weekly episodes where host, Supermodel and health coach, Jill de Jong talks to some of the world’s most inspiring women in health and wellness in intimate and honest conversations about their struggles, self-discovery and purpose. This is the place for all the unicorns who strive to create a life on their own terms. We invite you to listen, connect, and feel less alone. Let’s create a Life Done Better - together. Learn more: Life Done Better Follow Jill on Instagram: @_modelsdoeat Find the show on Twitter: @_lifedonebetter Hosted by: Jill de Jong Produced by: Mike Thomas Theme Music by: Chris Porter Sound Engineering by: Michael Kennedy A CurtCo Media ProductionSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Created by
CurtCo Media
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Nov 24th, 2020
Latest Episode
Nov 24th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
20
Avg. Episode Length
27 minutes
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No
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Episodic
Language
English

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