Beyond Happy Episode 88: Two Words Creating Unnecessary Suffering In Your Life



The coach for moms called to business and host of the podcast BEYOND. I'm on a mission to help you grow as a person. 

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Two common and powerful words are likely stealing joy and possibility from your days simply because you believe them.

The words? Not enough.

These words show up in three different types of beliefs that can cause us unnecessary pain and suffering.

In this episode we’re talking about these three beliefs and what they create in our lives when left unmanaged: the belief that we’re not enough, the belief that we’re not doing enough, and the belief that we don’t have enough.

Let’s dive in to understand why thoughts like these come so easily to us, why they’re problematic and the questions we can ask ourselves when we notice our brain offering us “not enough” thoughts.

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This is the podcast for moms called to business as creative entrepreneurs and coaches. Through mindset and strategy, I help you leverage your faith and your beliefs to get out of your own way so that you simplify, focus and build a business that serves you, your family and your clients well – a business run with integrity that creates both income and impact. Around here, we go beyond the surface and dive deep into what matters most. We talk about mindset, faith, motherhood, money, marketing, messaging and more. So much of why you were called to business is because of who you’re becoming along the way. As your coach, my job is to help you grow your business. My mission is to help you grow as a person.


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