Overcoming sabotage: Guest interview with psychologist Georgie Beames November 25 2016, 0 Comments
I know, I know, it has been a while since I've published a blog post!
For many months, in fact ever since I started my business Yogamona, I've wanted to video interview guest experts across a range of areas such as yoga, mindfulness, meditation, personal development, healing/transformation, mind set and spirituality. I guess a little old self-sabotage of my own has been holding me back from just doing it! I've made excuses about not knowing what technology to use, postponed interview dates, couldn't decide who to interview, you name it I've pulled out every sabotage trick in the book! So it seems divinely orchestrated that my very first guest video interview is on the very topic of sabotage. A topic that comes up frequently with my coaching clients and for me personally as well.
For this very first guest video interview I have Georgie Beames, a psychologist who works exclusively with women around emotional eating and food in her private practice and via her highly regarded online programs. Sabotage is a common area that Georgie identifies holding women back in relation to finding food freedom. In fact we both agree that sabotage holds people back from freedom full stop. Whether you have challenges with food, your weight, emotional eating or simply want to understand more about self-sabotage you will absolutely love this interview.
+ What is sabotage
+ How sabotage shows up and what it's really about
+ How to identify your saboteur/s
+ What to do to overcome it
If you would like to sign up to Georgie's next free 5 day Food Freedom Challenge which kicks off in January 2018 sign up here.
You can also read more about Georgie and her work around emotional eating and finding food freedom at http://www.georgiebeames.com/
Want to find out more about how to overcome sneaky sabotage? I have a full module on this topic in my Soulful Goals Online Program. Find out more here.
How to cure Mondayitis June 05 2016, 0 Comments
Are you feeling meh about starting a new week?
I know I've been finding it hard to get out of bed on these fresh Winter Melbourne mornings!
Why not try taking 5 minutes to simply be before you start your day? It's just 5 minutes. To find out my tip on how to cure Mondayitis click here.