Episode 98: From procrastination to personal power with Dr Christine Li

Dr Christine Li is the Procrastination Coach. She’s a clinical psychologist who helps people find their creativity, confidence and calm. She has a wonderful podcast called Make Time For Success.

Why do we so easily get in our own way? Why is it easier to procrastinate and what can we do about that? Listen in to find out how we can realize our personal power. This is a very fun and empowering episode.

We talk about:

  • Why Christine has focused in on procrastination
  • Why we procrastinate, especially women
  • Ways in which we procrastinate
  • How we can stop procrastinating
  • The role of anxiety in procrastination
  • What Christine has learnt from doing a podcast
  • The intimacy and authenticity of podcasting
  • What she has learnt from her podcast guests
  • What I have learnt from my podcast guests – Christine turns the tables on Rachel

And more!

Find more about Christine:

Christine’s website: www.procrastinationcoach.com

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Listen to her podcast: www.maketimeforsuccesspodcast.com

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Episode 59: Managing anxiety with Trish Beauchamp

Managing anxiety

Trish Beauchamp is a coach who helps women navigate change in relationships due to divorce, death or disconnection. She spent 35 years as a teacher and then experienced her own midlife unravelling facing personal challenges with health, relationships and her change in career. She joins me to talk about anxiety, cos I thought we could all do with some help in that particular area. You can read a summary of this interview here.

• Why anxiety can be such an issue in midlife for many women
• How midlife can be less of a crisis and more of an unravelling
• Allowing ourselves to feel the feelings not fighting against them
• The vagus nerve and how it can decrease our heighted levels of stress
• Taking the time to create what we need to bring ourselves back into balance
• Depression being about the past and anxiety about the future
• Recognising the impact of sensory overload on our wellbeing
• Recognising when overwhelm is getting to dangerous levels
• Adding in self-care options to ensure we can live well
• Identifying the triggers for anxiety
• Reframing thoughts and changing neural pathways
• Staying curious about what’s going on and ditching any sense of shame
• Not feeling guilty about how we’re responding to Covid
• Controlling what we can and not worrying about the rest
• Looking for the elements that can bring us hope for the future
• Not allowing fear to compromise our immune system
• Being gentle and compassionate towards ourselves
• The three coping Cs – curiosity, compassion, connection
• Remembering we have a choice in how we respond
• Instant ways to shift your mind and emotions to another state when you’re totally overwhelmed by anxiety

And more!

Find out more about Trish:

Trish’s website

Facebook and Linkedin

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