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077 Living in the neighbourhood of your purpose | Tracy Otsuka

The best days for me are days where I feel proud of myself... I think that is probably the best feeling you can have. Because when you feel proud of yourself it means you did something outside of your comfort zone that you didn’t think you could do
— Tracy Otsuka -

What a great insight on living your purpose from Tracy Otsuka, who says we don't find our purpose, it's been with us from the time we were born. As a successful serial entrepreneur, her perspective comes from her own search for a personal blueprint.

Do you know who you are? What's important to you? Where the neighbourhood of your purpose is? What to do with your life?

Get these and other essential insights from a conversation with Tracy Otsuka, creator of Coretography.

We Spoke About

  • Tracy's journey to find her blueprint
  • Wisdom from Tracy in 'Hope in a Dark Tunnel'
  • Why we don't "find" our purpose
  • Testing using our internal rudder
  • Why is this happening TO me versus FOR me?
  • An exciting vision for Bev
  • Tracy's non-negotiables for Living Fabulously
  • Moving out of your comfort zone
  • An approach to testing your purpose

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Episode Links

You can find Tracy Otsuka at:

Website: https://www.coreintelligenceagency.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/heycoretography/

Purchase your book: 'Hope in a Dark Tunnel'

 

076 Non-negotiable - Health AND Business | Tash Corbin

Create something where you get to be the boss and you get to decide what your priorities are. I actually think that will be to the betterment and the health and wellbeing of women around the world
— Tash Corbin -

What a refreshing viewpoint from Tash Corbin, who shares that in her business plan her health and wellbeing is one of her top priorities. As an entrepreneur her perspective comes from the premise that her business both in name and brand exist because she is able to bring her best each day.

How many hours do you work a week? My aspiration is to be in the position where Tash is right now. Core to her health is limiting her work hours.

Get these and other essential insights from a conversation with Tash Corbin.

We Spoke About

  • Tash's journey with adrenal fatigue
  • Detoxing from corporate
  • The four aspects of well-being
  • How society hyper values being busy
  • Tash's tips for Living Fabulously
  • Being willing to ask for what you need
  • All or nothing thinking
  • 3 tips for getting back on track

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Episode Links

You can find Tash Corbin at:

Website: https://www.tashcorbin.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tashcorbincoaching/

 

075 Get unstuck and off the couch | Melanie White

I think when you are so sick that you can’t get off the couch but you look well and people are looking at you saying: What’s wrong? Are you really sick?... it’s really disheartening and challenging
— Melanie White -

When you've experienced in Melanie's words "a year on the couch" you understand that well-being is not one aspect only. Too many times we focus on the physical aspect and overlook that we are emotional, soulful and mental beings.

Melanie shares ideas on knowing what your early warning signs are so that you avoid heading into a health crisis. Prevention is definitely better than cure. We are often disconnected from what our bodies and minds are telling us and soldier on to our detriment.

Get these and other essential insights from a conversation with Melanie White.

We Spoke About

  • Melanie's journey with chronic fatigue
  • The four aspects of well-being
  • Integrative nature of our health
  • Melanie's tips for Living Fabulously
  • Asking for help and letting go of expectations
  • The need for personal boundaries
  • Getting back on track
  • Create a good baseline

If you got value from this episode if you have not yet done so please Subscribe, Rate and Review on iTunes or Stitcher. You can follow the instructions here.  If you know someone else that would get value from this episode as well please share it with them.

Until next time fabulous podcast listener, I’m Bev and I invite you to live the fab life with me now!

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Episode Links

You can find Melanie White at:

Website: https://melaniejwhite.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Habitologist/