Welcome to episode 7 of the Dare to Flourish Podcast. This week I’m chatting with Mothering Mentor, Marion Rose.
“I long to live in a world where every child’s feelings are heard, no child is left to cry, no baby is left alone to cry, no mother is left alone to cry”. (Marion Rose)
She helps mothers to be compassionate with themselves and offers effective and long term parenting practices to help our children thrive. In addition to being an inspiration as a mother and providing powerful tools and techniques that we can embrace on our own mothering journey, she is also a savvy business woman and prolific course maker. If you go to her website (and I recommend that you do) you’ll find about 16 free courses available together with the same amount of paid courses.
In this conversation we explore the concept of guilt and talk about replacing our internalised dialogue. Marion explains her Inner Loving Presence Process. We of course talk about self-love and sisterhood and she shares her gorgeous recommendation for having empathy buddies – friends who can just be with you while you let your feelings flow and why you may need different friends for different feelings.
We chat about Marion’s take on spirituality – love and compassion in action and listening to our intuition and Marion explains why it is never too late to listen to our child’s feelings or our own feelings.
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In Episode 6 I have a beautiful conversation with Dr. Kristy Goodwin, the author of Raising Your Child in a Digital World – finding a healthy balance of time online without techo tantrums and conflict.
We cover the full spectrum from science and research to EFT, crystals and spiritual awakening. Kristy shares why she gets up at 4am every day, how she found the time and discipline to write her book and the way the universe stepped in to publish it!
We also talk about creating and growing her business, seeking the support and help she needs it, how she maps out her year and uses 90 day planning, identifying skill gaps and understanding your own definition of success.
Kristy shares her journey as a mother and the personal metamorphosis that motherhood has meant for her, learning to listen to her intuition and surrender.
We talk about being digitally distracted and why her biggest fear about our technology use means we’re missing those micro-moments with our children.
We also discuss the importance of seeking, asking and accepting help together with Kristy’s 3 “Ss” – support, self-care and sleep.
I absolutely love this interview – it is a beautiful blend of Kristy’s work and vision for preserving the sanctity of childhood together with her personal journey in motherhood and business. We chat about self-love, sisterhood, spirituality and success.
Dr Kristy Goodwin is a leading children’s technology and development expert (and mum!). She helps parents ditch the techno-guilt + raise happy, healthy kids who thrive online and offline. Kristy takes the guesswork and guilt out of raising kids in the digital age by translating the latest research into practical and digestible information, tips, and tricks for parents so that they can feel confident and assured that they’re raising healthy, happy and balanced kids in the digital age.
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In this week’s episode I chat to Jessica Giles of Chic Money. Jess is an accountant, a bookkeeper and wealth management coach so, not surprisingly, we talk about money! Jess explains why financially empowered women with change the world and we also talk about the money blocks, beliefs and stories that may be holding you back.
In this fabulous episode I chat with the Intuition Expert, Dr. Ricci-Jane Adams about her mission to let as many people as possible know that they are intuitive powerhouses. We talk about why intuition is a symptom of a healed mind and why there is only fear or love.
Continue reading 004: Motherhood, Intuition and Getting Fearless with Dr. Ricci-Jane Adams
Creating a heart-centred business in the Resources Sector whilst being a mama to 4 and a FIFO wife with Dani Tamati
In this episode you’ll hear how Dani (who was once called the Pilbara Princess):
- created her business in her shed,
- how she has grown that business using the power of word of mouth and utilising social media to the best of her ability,
- how running her own business has enabled her to be there for her kids and to give back to her community and
- how her love of helping people has helped her to have a big impact in this sector whilst developing new friendships and connections.
In Dani’s words, if you want to make a difference, you have to pick up your big girl panties!
Dani is a Resource Industry recruitment specialist, careers practitioner, HR manager, OHS advisor, a mentor and the the founder of the The Resources Hub – a careers, talent and recruitment company dedicated to the resources industries including civil, construction, mining and oil and gas.
Dani has been interviewed and appeared on ABC Nationwide, Today Tonight and Channel 9, Sunday Times, Perth NOW and is a regular on ABC Drive National radio and I am honoured and very grateful for her time in talking to me. She is also a winner in the 2016 AND 2015 Top 100 Influential Person of the Year .
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Meet Amy Madden, the Inner Critic Analyst who hasn’t met an inner critic she doesn’t like.
Amy and I chat about:
- her experience of creating her business,
- blending her personal experience with her professional skills,
- how her brush with her own inner-critic led her to helping other women befriend their inner-critic,
- why the inner-critic likes to isolate you, and
- why we must remember that we don’t have to do this alone.
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Want to know how to do it all? Searching for ways to bring that elusive balance into everyday while juggling kids, business and big dreams – meet Jana Kingsford and learn how to unjuggle your juggling act and how to act from your heart. We talk about breakdowns before breakthroughs, how to meet your self-belief, enjoying rather than enduring and Jana shares her approach to productivity (she sees it as a spiritual act) and the three things that she does every day.
- What I know for Sure by Oprah Winfrey
- The Four Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss
- The War of Art by Steven Pressfield
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In this opening episode of Dare to Flourish I share a conversation that I had with Becky Litwicki on her Podcast, Gather for Wellness. If you don’t know me then I hope this gives you a little insight into my adventures in wellness and self-love is the answer. Since this was recorded I have stepped into my role as a Self-Love Mentor and I’m hoping to inspire you to join our self-love movement.
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