New things are coming soon. Listen and find out how the process actually helped Alen with his new project (to be released Summer 2015). Stay tuned and subscribed.
We learn much more about Trish and her amazing history as a trainer, coach and author. We go into great detail about the importance of how to build confidence in ourselves, handling body image challenges, training, eating and the negative perfectionist voice most of us have. A great conversation!
They spend the entire show talking about how to build positive habits and the importance of mindfulness, self kindness and the need to plan decisions. It’s a amazing conversation you don’t want to miss!
Dr Tim Pychyl from the iProcrastinate Podcast talks with Alen Standish about procrastination and the power of mindfulness, self-forgiveness, planning, just starting and the pros and cons of willpower.
Alen learns from Tim that procrastination is an emotion focused coping strategy we all often use. And unfortunately it can quickly become a habit. Tim shares some amazing strategies he uses for managing procrastination and when he simply doesn’t feel like doing something.
Psychotherapist Michelle Cleary talks with Alen Standish about what it means to make progress when recovering from any issue to include eating disorders & perfectionism. Michelle shares a great deal about herself and how she handles situations — great examples!
As Michelle and Alen continue to talk they discuss the power of gratefulness and creating a daily gratefulness practice. Feeling gratitude is amazing! Alen loved this conversation!
Alen Standish talks with friend Laurie Weaver again! This time we talk more about being perfectionists and how we work through those thoughts and habits. We also talk voice acting, bravery and intuitive eating.
Laurie and Alen have struck up such a friendship that Alen calls Laurie his new big sister (he’s never had a sister before!). They each share more of their own stories and try to answer some listener questions based on their first conversation from several months ago.
Karly runs an amazing website and coaches others on Growing Human Kindness. In today’s show she shares some very personal events and feelings from her past. We talk about how recovery can take a very long time and why. Karly also shares some very insightful approaches on using the power of surrender in helping to fully heal.
This is a great conversation you’re going to find incredibly moving.
In this episode, Kaila shares her history and long struggle with Anorexia and Binge Eating. We talk in great detail about how trying to be perfect is a no-win approach to any eating template (paleo, vegan, etc).
Kaila has so many wonderful things to share. You want to hear this!
You don’t need to be into sports or be an athlete to appreciate this conversation. Everything Dr Beecham talks to me about can be applied to everyday living. And that’s why I contacted him! Dr Beecham book came from a different perspective that really resonated with me. It’s very much how I’m trying to live my life now (emphasis on trying!). We talk performance, overcoming self-judgement and perfectionism.
No more spoilers. You need to listen!
Everyone loved it the first time Cookie was on the show back in May 2014. I had to bring her back to ask her thoughts about perfectionism and how it tied into eating challenges and what we can start to do about it. She’s amazing. You’re going to love this conversation!
They discuss what prompted Laurie to start her podcast and the role that being a perfectionist has had in her life and her struggles with overeating.
Alen Standish talks about being a perfectionist and discusses procrastination, shame, connection and his own recent challenges with them all. He also talks about Brené Brown’s wonderful insights into these challenges and shares how he’s been applying them in his life.