120. Unstuck and Empowered: My Favorite Questions to Navigate Stress
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by Kristi Angevine
2d ago
It’s certainly not uncommon to feel stuck and unsure of yourself. In fact, if you’re constantly questioning your thoughts, acts, and decisions—and don’t have the right answers—those feelings may only intensify. Thankfully, there is a solution: ask the right questions.     On today’s episode, I’m sharing my Power of Productive Questions. They’re questions intended to help you tap into your curiosity when you’re feeling stuck, stressed, and confused. By posing these questions to yourself, you’ll understand your thoughts and feelings better while also facilitating compassion and kindnes ..read more
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119. 3 Steps to Find the Desires Hidden beneath Your Habits
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by Kristi Angevine
1w ago
Are you an overthinker? Maybe a procrastinator or a perfectionist? We all have habits—things we do automatically without thinking much about them—that are deeply ingrained in us, but our habits are need indicators; they signal a need or desire. Luckily, there are steps you can take to uncover those needs and desires, which will allow you to identify, address, and then change those habits more effectively.   Tune in this week as I share some examples of specific habits many people have and the needs and desires behind them. Learn why the needs and desires behind a habitual pattern are usua ..read more
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118. Are You Saying Yes When You Should Be Saying No?
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by Kristi Angevine
2w ago
It seems like the difference between a yes and a no would be obvious, right? But the reality is, this discernment can be quite the riddle. So, why is telling the difference between a yes and a no tricky? Well, in this episode, I explain exactly how something seemingly so simple is actually quite complicated.   Tune in this week to learn why we struggle to tell a yes from a no, and why it can be difficult to pursue a yes and stop pursuing a no once you can tell the difference. I also give you some practical ways you can get more clarity around what for you is ..read more
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117. Burnout, Mindfulness and IFS: A Conversation with Dr. Sogol Pahlavan
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by Kristi Angevine
3w ago
One common experience high-achieving women have is that their life looks perfect from the outside, but inside, they’re struggling with burnout. This was exactly the case for this week’s guest. But she’s been on her own healing journey, and now she helps other female physician entrepreneurs create profitable, hustle-free businesses while also living in alignment with their values.   Dr. Sogol Pahlavan is a pediatrician, speaker, podcaster, mindfulness expert, and business coach. In this episode, Dr. Sogol Pahlavan shares how realizing she was misaligned has changed her life, and we dive in ..read more
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116. 10 Unexpected Results of Giving the Benefit of the Doubt
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by Kristi Angevine
1M ago
I used to think that I always gave people the benefit of the doubt. My natural default was to be extremely optimistic and always see the good in people. However, I have learned that, often, unbeknownst to me, my automatic response wasn’t what I thought it was. Maybe you can relate.   Tune in this week to discover what it really means to give the benefit of the doubt, why it’s important, and how to practice giving the benefit of the doubt as a habit for yourself. I share 10 benefits of giving the benefit of the doubt more regularly, and you’ll learn how to practice building this as a habit ..read more
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115. How to Stop Being Reactive: A Must Know Technique
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by Kristi Angevine
1M ago
One of the most infuriating things that I’ve personally experienced, and my clients experience, is that feeling of being reactive, particularly to the people you’re closest with, like your family or colleagues. Feeling reactionary can make you feel like you’re out of control.   So, what can you do about your tendency to react? If you feel like you’re reacting without intentionality, this episode is for you. In this episode, I share an idea and a tool to help you reduce your reactivity, and assist you in understanding what’s going on when you get into a reactive space.   Get the full ..read more
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114. If You’re Trying to Control Everything: Try This Instead
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by Kristi Angevine
1M ago
Any control freaks listening out there? Maybe you consider yourself more of a control enthusiast? If you loathe when things don’t go according to plan, you severely dislike disorganization and chaos, and you enjoy controlling everything in your life, welcome to the club, and welcome to this episode of Habits on Purpose.   Tune in this week to hear me unpack the habit of being a control enthusiast. I shed some light on the many things you can’t control, the few things you can control, and you’ll learn how this habit is impacting your experience of your life, and what you can do to change i ..read more
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113. What Are You Making Things Mean?
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by Kristi Angevine
1M ago
If you have a conversation with someone and there is silence, how often do you make this mean that they don’t like you, or you have annoyed them, or that you must have done something wrong? When you draw conclusions, you place something in a context and give it meaning, often based on past events and circumstances. Sometimes this meaning can be useful but other times it will weigh you down and make you feel stuck. So how do you go from meaning-making that is not useful yet has been repeated for decades to meaning-making that actually serves you?   I show you how to start paying atten ..read more
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112. Frazzled and Stressed? How to Stop Shoehorning
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by Kristi Angevine
2M ago
To shoehorn is to force or compress something into an insufficient space, or an insufficient period of time. What does this look like when it comes to your habits? When you shoehorn, you’re working hard to fit a lot of tasks into a span of time where they really don’t fit.   Tune in this week to discover why shoehorning might be a good idea sometimes, but at other times, your shoehorning habit has you compromising in your life. I’m discussing how shoehorning plays into time scarcity, how something stressful like shoehorning becomes a habit in the first place, and you’ll learn the true cos ..read more
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111. The 3 Mistakes of Habit Change
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by Kristi Angevine
2M ago
If you have a goal in your life, adjusting your habits is the best way to start taking the steps towards where you want to go. However, there are some classic habit-building mistakes I see people making when trying to adopt new habits, and you’ll learn how to avoid them by listening in this week.   Tune in this week to discover the most common habit-changing mistakes, and how to avoid them. You’ll learn why you’re making these mistakes in pursuit of new habits, the foundational elements of making sustainable change to your habits, and I’m sharing how to see where you are right now, as wel ..read more
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