Ep. 154: Laurie Wagner on Telling the Truth

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Ah! Season 4 is here! I'm thrilled to be kicking us off with an interview with Laurie Wagner, an author and artist who also happens to be my writing teacher! Through her amazing Wild Writing method, Laurie helps writers tap into their truth and get to the heart of what they really want to say in this world. (Which is pretty much step one of living your Raise Your Hand Say Yes life!)

In this conversation, Laurie and I talk about telling the truth and what it has to do with leadership. You'll also hear her thoughts on getting vulnerable as an expert and teacher and why it's so critical. Oh, and we also dive into a discussion about drinking (and not drinking) and Jesus - and how interesting it is that both topics feel so controversial.

If you're interested in finding your voice and tapping into a deeper spiritual truth, this episode is for you! 

Enjoy, enjoy! 

Ep. 153: My RYHSY Life: On Finding Resonance & Grappling with Uncertainty

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In this month's installment of my Raise Your Hand Say Yes Life series, I go behind the scenes of some business changes I'm making and talk about how I'm dealing with the uncertainty that comes along with doing something that goes against the grain of everything that's worked in the past AND all the things that other's would advise for me. 

I also share how this uncertainty has also trickled into my personal life with both a move to Colorado for us and my giving up drinking. 

Enjoy, enjoy! 

Ep. 152: Trusting the Simmer (and what to do while you wait!)

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We know it about making soup, but we often forget it when it comes to our creative ideas: Letting things simmer is how the flavor develops. 

In this week's episode, I'm talking about why it's so important to give your creative ideas the room they need to fully develop and what to do while you wait. Because, I promise: I'm just as impatient as you are! 

I'll also share how to avoid letting your ideas simmer FOREVER and what you can do to start testing them and collecting data *during* the simmer!

Ep. 151: The Inspired Part of Bold, Inspired Action

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Let's talk about bold, inspired action, but this week, I'm bringing in a new twist - instead of focusing on the bold, we're going to start with the inspired. 

I'll tell you what I think it means to come from a truly inspired place, how you can find that place for yourself, and why naps are *definitely* a good idea! If you're ready to bring more fun, ease, and flow into your creative work, I've got you covered!

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Ep. 150: How to Make Space & 100 Days of Going Light Recap

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Okay, you know there are things you want to do with your creative work. But you also know that there are about a million different things vying for your attention? How do you make space to welcome in the things you really want?

This week, I'm talking about how to get started in making space for your big dreams as well as what I learned about business after I had my twins three years ago (which was right around the time that things started taking off for me...coincidence? I think not!). The key: focus on the big stuff. Let the rest fall away. 

I also tie this into what I learned from my 100 Days of Going Light experiment about only doing the things that lit me up and focusing on that for 100 days. A lot changed. And change takes time. Patience helps a ton. Keep going. 

Ep. 149: An Invitation to Flow (and Permission to Drop Those Old Stories!)

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Ooh let's talk about stories - namely: the stories that we decide are true that hold us back. Examples include: Tiffany talks too much or Tiffany isn't a good speaker. (Ahem, right.)

The problem with these stories that are often hold-overs from our youth is that we let them hold us back. We decide to use them as evidence against going after the things we want for our lives. They're conveniently placed right between us and our dreams. 

And I say no more! This week, we dig into how those stories hold us back (and you'll hear a few of mine as examples) and what we need to do to move past them. You'll also hear WHY this is so important and what's possible for us if and when we decide to put ourselves back into the driver's seat!

Ep. 148: My RYHSY Life: Tapping that Flow, a Spiritual MBA, and Embracing Recovery

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In this month's installment of the My RYHSY Life series, I'm diving into the things I'm currently raising my hand and saying yes to, including: why I've undertaken a spiritual MBA (and where the idea came from!), why I'm embracing recovery as I continue my commitment to not drinking, and how I'm tapping into my creative flow!

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The CrazyFaith episode of RYHSY

This Naked Mind: Control Alcohol: Find Freedom, Rediscover Happiness & Change your Life by Annie Grace

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Ep. 147: When you Don't Know What to Do

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What do you do when you have NO IDEA what you want to do? And even worse, how do you navigate a change when you feel like you might be eternally stuck in a sucky situation (whether it's a job or relationship or habit)?

This week's solo episode was prompted by an Instagram question asking me how to navigate utter stuckness, and my answers apply whether you're in a toxic situation or just want to make a change in your life but aren't *exactly* sure what that change should be.

Dive in and remember: change is a process. And things never move as quickly as we want them to. Keep going anyway. It's so worth it. 

Ep. 146: Ashley Nickels on Reinvention

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Ashley Nickels is a writer, quilter, and teacher (and overall badass) who is currently in the midst of her own reinvention. Ashley and I both gave up drinking around the same time and the parallels in our stories are amazing! #sobersisters

This week, we talk about reinvention, letting go of stories, what happens when you start tapping into a higher consciousness, and the parts of reinvention that you don't always hear when someone's on the other side looking back. And you'll get to hear the inside scoop about a few changes I'm making in my business as well! 

If you have a calling to make a change in your life (or are in the middle of one!), this episode is for you! 

Ep. 145: Lisa Congdon on Overcoming Anxiety

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Artist, Illustrator, Writer, and Speaker Lisa Congdon is back this week to talk about something that most of us experience but few talk about out loud - anxiety and burnout - and what happens when your drive and ambition take over your life.

In this episode, Lisa shares her story of what happened when she realized she had no choice but to make a change and and how she's made her way back to herself. We also talk about tools you can use to stay centered in your own life and creative work, whether you're an experienced creative or just getting started!