If you haven’t reviewed your past year yet, go back to episode 13 of Empty Nest Empires and listen for some great tips on reviewing last year with the intention of setting yourself up for success in the new year!
Next, we start by casting a vision for the future – decide who you need to become and where you want to be, so you can set goals to get you there. Tami dives in to the concept of BE DO HAVE and the difference it makes in getting you to a place of setting goals that really will change your life.
If you are feeling left behind by all the 2020 goal setting talk going on right now, this episode has got you covered! Let’s talk about the next three months, that all. Tami will co over some easy ways to get your priorities lined up so you can tackle big goals one at a time. Click the link above to download the free workbook that will be helpful as you work through this process… and be sure to come back in 90 days to repeat the process!
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My guest today is Tammy Helfrich. Tammy is a life coach, speaker, writer and podcast host. Her intuitive way of coaching has helped so many women sort through the internal clutter and fully become their authentic selves.
In this episode, Tammy and I dive in to her process of reviewing the past year, so that we can have realistic expectations and can set goals for the coming year. So before you get hung up on what goals to set for 2020, I hope you’ll listen to our chat and do a thorough review of 2019 first.
I love Tammy’s ability to help women dream again. She walks women through what they need to do to think on these things and find out what can bring them to being truly healthy. She shares her own journey through this process, and talks about how she woke up to the fact that it’s not selfish to learn to take care of ourselves.
Tammy has some great tips on choosing a theme word for the year and how that might help push you forward. Above all, the key is to find what works for YOU.
I hope you loved hearing from Tammy Helfrich today, and that you will follow up with her. Would you let her know you heard this episode? Here’s how to connect with her:
Welcome to a kitchen table conversation with author and storyteller Melea J. Brock about her latest book, The Green Velvet Christmas Dress. A dress that begins with a bolt of beautiful green velvet fabric in 1880 and is remade and repurposed for several generations, always bringing a message of hope with each generation it touches.
We hope you enjoy this conversation and that it sparks your own ideas for how you can leave a legacy of hope that will last through generations.
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I met my guest, Sheri McIntyre, through the magic of social media. She reached out to me several months ago via Instagram messenger, and my life has not been the same since.
Sheri was in the best shape of her life – and (she thought) the best health of her life when the unthinkable happened – a sudden rupture of a brain aneurysm left her helpless on New Years Day, 2016. Helpless, yes. Hopeless, no. Something inside Sheri rose up with strength and fortitude and she was determined to do whatever it takes to get better. She slowly learned how to walk and talk again – and now, not even four years from that day – she has written a book.
I hope you will be inspired by Sheri’s story. She reminds us all to have hope in the darkest of times, and to always look for the light, and then work hard to keep reaching for it. Above all, Sheri would like everyone who hears her story to THINK.
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Hi Empire Builders! I am really happy that my first episode after the introductions we’ve been doing is this one about being healthy enough. I’ve noticed a tendency to have an all or nothing mentality in this area. Every time we open a magazine or turn on the TV we are bombarded with images of others we would like to emulate, but really – it’s unattainable for most of us. So what do we do? We do nothing.
My guest today is going to teach you a better way. A way to be healthy enough – for you. Amy Van Liew spent 26 years as an engineer for HP, and when she took early retirement at age 50, she knew she needed to improve her health. All those years of corporate sitting had taken a toll. So, she educated herself and now is helping midlifers find the balance they need to be healthy enough. Healthy enough to enjoy life on their terms. I hope this episode sparks some ideas for changes you can make to be your healthiest self.
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