In this podversation:
- Why Sharon describes herself as “values driven and multi-passionate”
- How her journey in the field of education has shifted over the years
- The sneaky half-truths that can often keep us from true self-care
- True self-care is so much more than bubble baths
- It’s not self-care if it’s not moving you towards something (e.g., self-love, better leadership etc.)
- Don’t wrap your stress up in glitter. #sugarcoatedshit #shitastic
- The reason female relationships tend not to be as healthy as their male counterparts
- The power in asking those you care about, “How can I love on you right now?”
- Key differences between spiritual entertainment and spiritual enlightenment
- If all you do is read a book, your shit is still gonna show up at happy hour! #shitonalist & #stopdescribingyourshit
- Most people have several awakenings in life (i.e., revalari – Latin word for revelation)
- Living a eulogy life vs. a resume life
- Tips for getting started with effective and practical self-care
- Therapist first to figure out your past shit
- Then a coach to figure out what’s going on now (i.e., current shit)
- Only after those first two, add in helpful supplements like books, meditation, journaling etc.
- Rinse and repeat as needed
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Meet Sharon Podobnik-Peterson:
Sharon is an executive leadership coach, adjunct professor of education at Johns Hopkins, and the founder of Go Love Yourself – THE #1 PERSONAL GROWTH SUBSCRIPTION BOX FOR WOMEN.
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Meet Tamara Powell
Tamara Powell, LMHC is a licensed therapist, university psychology instructor, and soul mentor for non-conformists. She is also a reiki master teacher known for integrating science and mysticism.
With specializations designed to quell existential angst and provoke the highest potential in each individual to achieve their true soul purpose, Tamara is passionate about holding sacred space for misfits and mystics.
If you’re interested in working with her, you can learn more about her services here.
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