Podcast Episode:

205: Acknowledging Gaps & The Art of Listening

Admitting where we could do better is not necessarily fun, but oh-so-important to our personal health and even to the health of the world at large.

The past few weeks have shown me where I could serve women (all women) better AND reminded me of the art of listening.

Additional Information:

This is something I read this week that I really loved and definitely is relevant to what I discuss on the podcast. It speaks to coaches, but think it is relevant to everyone.

10 Considerations

Mentioned in this episode:

Episode 167: Modern Day Mental Health
Episode 168: 3 Simple Steps to Manage Your Mental Landscape Daily
Episode 169: The Courageous Act of Improving Your Mental Health w/ Dr. Sarah Sarkis
Episode 170: Why You Drink and How To Stop w/ Veronica Valli
Episode 171: When Protecting Your Mental Health Means Making Hard Choices w/ Marianne van den Broek Ph.D.
Episode 134: Hormones & Metabolic Health w/ Dr. Jade Teta

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