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Life Rebalanced Podcast

Lauren H & Donna Grace

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As highly driven women in pursuit of continued personal and professional growth, we are constantly rebalancing and reprioritizing aspects of our lives while raising children and growing our businesses. Every other Tuesday, join us as we interview guests and discuss automation, habits, and mindset that has led to efficiencies in our lives and how improvement in one area can allow for growth in another. If you’re a mother, a business owner, or a highly passionate career woman interested in see ...
 
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Every year you have an opportunity to make the most of your employer’s dollars. When thinking about employer benefits, for most people, health insurance is what quickly comes to mind. The truth is, employers offer a variety of other benefits that you may be overlooking. As open enrollment quickly approaches, let’s review what benefits may be availa…
 
We’ve missed you! In an effort to practice what we preach, we had to pull back from the podcast and focus on our families, our own health, and the very real effects of the pandemic on our personal lives. Today, we chat with you as if we were meeting over drinks or coffee and share about our Summer, how life ramped back up to full speed in the Fall,…
 
We all want to be the healthiest version of ourselves, right? But what’s the best way to get there and how do we stay motivated to get there and maintain it? In this episode, Jeremy Hebets explains how he started his lifestyle coaching business and his approach to coaching, working with clients, and growing his business. His focus on clean living a…
 
You want to be a rockstar at work and at home, but you have too much to do and not enough time to do it. There’s a point where suddenly you realize the pace at which you’ve been working, running, volunteering, networking, and raising a family is unsustainable and you’re at max capacity. Cherylanne Skolnicki helps women redefine work-life balance in…
 
We all face tense situations, stressors, and traumas, but with the preventative and healing powers of flowers, we may move through those more gracefully and with less fear or hesitation. Katie Hess is the flower alchemist at www.lotuswei.com where she’s created elixirs, oils, and mists to help you bring the healing power of nature in, even if you’r…
 
Stubborn hormonal fat, inflammation, and brain fog just wouldn’t turn around for her, no matter what she tried or what had previously worked. So at 44 Laurie Lewis dove head-first into the Intermittent Fasting lifestyle, lost 51 pounds in 15 months (and has kept it off!), and has designed her business and coaching programs around helping others do …
 
When you’ve been working so hard but seemingly battling an invisible force that’s been holding you back, it could be inherent beliefs or an identity that you’re unknowingly carrying. Transformational Coach Spencer Snakard shares with us this episode how anything really is possible, it’s just that we might need to work through some fear-based subcon…
 
We often think of healthy habits and time-blocking as productivity-increasing tools, but hypnosis is a high-performance tool as well! Erika Flint shares all about how to use hypnosis to lose weight, stop drinking, sleep better, work through tension, and do the deep work required to feel better all around. The brain creates new cells and new connect…
 
Over the past year, while we’ve all experienced changes in our daily lives caused by the pandemic, we’ve also witnessed a record-setting number of new business applications in the US. If you’re one of the millions who has started or is starting a new business, this episode is for you! We want you to feel supported through the process and surround y…
 
Not every decision we make should be about efficiency, upleveling our career, or investing more. Veronica Sagastume was faced with a choice, the corner office and three-letter title, or precious time with her then 90-year-old grandmother. She’d been stressed and snappy for weeks, developed an eye twitch, and felt pulled in every direction, feeling …
 
We’re learning more about how to embrace the intuitive, emotional, creative side of money and how vision boarding, meditating, journaling, and other centering practices can actually help you achieve your goals faster and keep you happier during the journey. Much of the financial advisory world is focused on data and analytics and accidentally ignor…
 
Handling your money daily and the habits you have around your personal, daily spending and saving behaviors are at the root of your financial situation. They can be supporting you toward a life you love intentionally or sabotaging your hopes and dreams. It’s all about identifying what works for you personally and identifying your spending “black ho…
 
Improving your physical health or financial situation this year means more than restricting indulgences. Decisions about these choices are often emotionally charged and strongly influenced by your past. Learn how to redirect the focus toward the desired feelings surrounding your money and health choices and change the habits, beliefs, and behaviors…
 
Traditional goal setting would have us set an extraordinary, overarching goal for the New Year and then break it down into gaps of time and checklist tasks that we’d theoretically tackle month by month. The beauty of this particular New Year, however, is that we carry the wisdom and flexibility that 2020 taught us. Join us as we discuss the ways we…
 
If 2020 taught us anything, it’s to expect the need for adjustment and to embrace flexibility. Instead of tossing hopes for plans aside for 2021, plan for the year ahead as you would in any December, with the expectation that there will be adjustments as we collectively discover what the future holds. Begin by placing your personal values first, gr…
 
Join Lauren and Dr. Shawn Andrews’ conversation about women in the workplace and the statistics and challenges facing women in leadership roles. Women and men carry gender bias, stereotypes, and differences in emotional intelligence, culture, and leadership styles. The gender leadership gap has nothing to do with skills or intelligence but everythi…
 
Christy Rutherford, executive leadership coach and author of Trauma Default joins Lauren today for an honest conversation about career burnout, high-achievers, happiness, and the importance of pursuing our own desires. Proving people wrong and knocking down barriers earned her accomplishments, degrees, recognition, and awards, but saddled with deep…
 
You have a budget, but are you aware of it? Do you direct it? Or is it controlling you? Does budgeting feel restrictive or dreadful? In this episode, Donna Grace and Lauren discuss how to budget using intention toward your goals and values and incorporating the pay yourself first principle. They discuss fixed costs, how to reduce expenses, and even…
 
Kristin A O’Neal, financial planner, dog-mom, foodie, and author of the viral blog post “Why Black Women Quit the Financial Services Industry” talks with us about diversity, her passions in mentorship and financial education for women and POCs, and the excess challenges faced by Black People when it comes to personal finances and careers in this ar…
 
Our ability to speak up about money is often hindered by childhood experiences, emotions, and fears, and Kathleen Burns Kingsbury of www.breakingmoneysilence.com is out to help women narrow the wage and wealth gaps by teaching us how to be better negotiators and understand our value. When one woman breaks money silence, negotiates, and gets paid wh…
 
The personalities, experience levels, and mindsets of the people you choose to surround yourself with have an irrefutable impact on your behaviors, health, and yes, even your level of success. It’s time we all take notice of what attitudes and types of influence we desire in our lives and intentionally pursue friendships and connections with people…
 
This week Becky from the Find Your Freedom podcast joins Donna to chat about how she’s successfully designed a life of financial freedom, is currently pursuing her entrepreneurial and travel dreams, and consistency in areas of health, happiness, and purpose - all by 26 years old. Becky strongly relies on goal setting, her journaling practice, and m…
 
We start off the year with big ideas for becoming better versions of ourselves. Goal setting and thoughtful plans in 5 key areas: physical, relationships, education/personal development, emotional/spiritual growth, and finances help move the needle the most. Now that it’s mid-year, we should reevaluate and celebrate accomplishments toward our goals…
 
Today, we interview and highlight an achievement-oriented mom who’s seemingly “juggling it all” just like you. This mama is a fire captain in her full-time job, focuses on personal development through journaling, affirmations, and podcasts/books, and juggles a home-based supplement business and a family of 5. Get details on her time-management syst…
 
Many of us have at least tried some form of yoga or meditation, in search of clarity, understanding, or peace. Kristen Fewel, author of The Gift of Awakening, helps us understand different types of meditation and the varying stages of the emotional journey one may experience. With over two decades of experience, she recommends different types of yo…
 
The grieving process, whether from personal or collective loss, isn’t straightforward. We’ve all heard of the five stages of grief, but recently, the sixth stage of grief was discovered - finding meaning. While we as a society have adjusted to life in quarantine and the “new normal” that brings, we’re also collectively grieving the loss of what we …
 
We chat today about time blocking, calendaring, electronic and paper planner resources, morning routines, and evening routines. Using time efficiently, in an intentional, planned way while also being there for the kids, avoiding multitasking, and getting enough sleep is a skill we have been refining for years. We’re sharing what works for us curren…
 
Naturopathic Doctor Bridget Casey of www.rinaturalmedicine.com talks with us about women's bodies, stress, and our internal reaction to stressful situations. As we age our bodies change and sometimes seem to be working against us. Weight gain or loss, fertility, energy levels, our ability to plan well or think clearly, digestive issues and so much …
 
Psychologist Dr. Joy Lere of www.joylere.com brings into clear focus the widespread intense discomfort in discussions about money. When is your earliest memory of money from childhood? Our financial belief system is often created before we even really know how money works. Joy walks us through how and when to talk to kids about money and how to han…
 
External roadblocks that won’t allow you to do what you want and/or internal ones that show up as self-doubt or disbelief are inevitable throughout life. We aren’t immune to these invisible barriers either. Today’s we're sharing personal stories of diagnoses and injuries, when it’s okay to have a little pity party, and how we’re attempting to navig…
 
Strategic Career Coach Carole Ann Penney of www.penneyleadership.com opens our minds to the possibility that our many talents actually intersect to create a fulfilling career path. Are you a multi-passionate professional? Instead of feeling scattered, try the simple exercise mentioned during the show to see the commonalities that connect your “many…
 
Certified Strengths Coach Caitlin Hawekotte of www.caitlinhawekotte.com joins us today in a discussion about using our natural personality strengths as assets via CliftonStrengths. She also shares how StrengthsFinder results altered her path in college for the better and how she’s navigating motherhood in combination with her career aspirations. Li…
 
In this bonus episode (surprise!) we share about the seemingly unreal experience of social distancing. We’ve set aside all the “projects” and are focusing on the basic day-to-day tasks that must be done to keep things rolling. Meanwhile, we’re ever-impressed with businesses’ creativity and thankful for technology while we’re all under quarantine. R…
 
Goals are desired results. Systems are processes. Reliance on goal setting can lead to feelings of loss if a goal is missed, or satisfaction that’s only temporary if the goal is met. Systems, often disguised as habits or lifestyle changes, are imperative parts of supporting our progress and the level of continued fulfillment once goals are achieved…
 
Highly-driven, career-forward, successful women tend to also be excellent planners who are well organized. This has a downside though. We often set big, amazing goals only to put them off until we can get other things in place SO THAT we can start working toward the goal. Researching, coordinating, time-blocking, rearranging and other very useful a…
 
Our lives as highly-driven women are constantly in a state of re-balance. Together, we explore our current focus, areas in which we’re giving ourselves grace, and a few tips and habits we’ve implemented to make that intense goal-oriented focus possible. Managing growing families and businesses takes energy, coordination, and intention. This is exac…
 
Welcome to the show for high-achieving, driven moms who are passionate about personal and professional growth and wellness. Our interviews will explore how the lives of highly driven women are constantly in a state of re-balance AND will share how changing behaviors and mindset around money will help in the pursuit of wellness in other areas, like …
 
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