The Model Health Show

“We spend January 1 walking through our lives, room by room, drawing up a list of work to be done, cracks to be patched. Maybe this year, to balance the list, we ought to walk through the rooms of our lives… not looking for flaws, but for potential.” – Ellen Goodman

Every year when the calendar flips to a new year, millions of folks set out to create change in their lives, their relationships, and their bodies. Unfortunately, many resolutions fail because they are simply wishes paired with little follow-through. Today I wanted to highlight your immense capacity for cultivating change. 

You are immensely powerful. Your thoughts, your words, and your actions all hold the potential to change the world around you. To remind you of this, I’m sharing seven clips from some of the impactful educators, best-selling authors, and thought leaders. You’re going to hear about the power of your words and the stories you tell yourself, how to build a network of support to help you reach your goals and the importance of investing some of your time into yourself. 

This episode features some of the most inspiring and intelligent experts I know, including Dr. Michael Beckwith, Tim Grover, Lisa Nichols, and more. I sincerely hope that this episode gives you the tools and inspiration you need to step into your unique, innate power. So listen intently, apply what resonates with you, and enjoy the show!

In this episode you’ll discover:

  • The importance of putting intention behind your words.
  • How to use “what if” in an empowering, positive way. 
  • What it means to fine-tune your mental algorithm. 
  • Why burn out happens.
  • The power of community and contribution.
  • How the stories we tell ourselves can inform our decisions and outcomes.
  • Why your beliefs (and not your thoughts) create your reality.
  • A powerful method for rewriting old, disempowering stories.
  • Why having support is the key to greatness. 
  • How to filter the advice you receive from others. 
  • The importance of creating a supportive environment. 
  • What the pandemic taught us about clutter, productivity, and creating a space to thrive.
  • An important distinction between getting ready and staying ready. 
  • The problem with grinding, and how to reframe the way you think about hard work.
  • How to cultivate mental toughness.
  • The difference between keeping score and keeping track. 
  • What it means to put yourself at the front of your line. 
  • How to reclaim your time and protect future memories. 

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