Work is not the problem
Dietitian Values
by Laura Jean
6d ago
Do you find it hard to work less and do things differently because you simply love the work you do? Do you find yourself struggling around burnout and still being fulfilled by your work? If so, you're not alone. I want to offer up my perspective on why this is a 'thing' and also a reframe that might support you to still honour the enjoyment you find from work and working without disregarding your own needs and values. Let's dive in. Show notes, links, mentions & transcripts dietitianvalues.com/podcast Continue the conversation on Instagram @dietitianvalues ..read more
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Does Social Media still work for doing business?
Dietitian Values
by Laura Jean
3w ago
No, it's not just you. Things are changing in the land of social media. You may be wondering - is social media still worth it? Does it work on the big picture level to market and grow a business  using socials? And, you may be questioning if it works on the you-level to be using your resources and limited capacity on socials. Especially if it doesn't feel supportive for your wellbeing to be on there. And that's exactly what we are chatting about on today's ep. Let's dive in. Show notes, links, mentions & transcripts dietitianvalues.com/podcast Continue the conversation on Instagra ..read more
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Check in and an invitation to notice
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by Laura Jean
1M ago
In todays episode I'm offering up a little check in, chatting about what I'm noticing around my energy, motivation and capacity and inviting you to get curious and observe what's happening in your world. Let's dive in. Show notes, links, mentions & transcripts dietitianvalues.com/podcast Continue the conversation on Instagram @dietitianvalues ..read more
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Keep showing up
Dietitian Values
by Laura Jean
1M ago
Today's episode is a little pep talk and encouragement to keep showing up. Some businesses take  more time than others. It's important to know why you do what you do and how to resource yourself to stay in it for the long haul. Let's chat about how and why to keep showing up for the business you want to be creating in the world, for the world you want to be part of. Not to be confused with 'never quit'. All the nuance in the episode. Let's dive in. Show notes, links, mentions & transcripts dietitianvalues.com/podcast Continue the conversation on Instagram @dietitianvalues ..read more
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Finding ease in your business
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by Laura Jean
1M ago
It doesn't always have to be a struggle!  Today we're chatting about finding ease in your business, we'll cover: - the nuance between ease and easy - why ease is a useful support tool in your biz - how to identify actions and decisions that bring ease - cultivating both your intellectual and embodied sense of ease Let's dive in. Show notes, links, mentions & transcripts dietitianvalues.com/podcast Continue the conversation on Instagram @dietitianvalues ..read more
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Life giving business
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by Laura Jean
2M ago
Today I want to chat about a different lens to both consider and create your business through. What would a life giving business look and feel like? For you, for the humans you support, the communities you are embedded in, the world you want to be part of and the environment it's all nested in. Let's chat about what a life giving business is and how you might go after it if you're keen. Let's dive in. Show notes, links, mentions & transcripts dietitianvalues.com/podcast Continue the conversation on Instagram @dietitianvalues ..read more
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Values misalignment
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by Laura Jean
2M ago
When you feel stuck or in a phase of not taking action it can be easy to judge yourself. To insert all the cultural and social scripts about being lazy, lacking motivation and shoulding all over yourself. But what if it's actually a values misalignment? In today's episode I want to talk about 3 common rub points around taking action, how to get curious about what is actually going on and checking for a values misalignment Let's dive in Show notes, links, mentions & transcripts dietitianvalues.com/podcast Continue the conversation on Instagram @dietitianvalues ..read more
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Know your why
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by Laura Jean
3M ago
Why do you do what you do? Let's dive into that business favourite - knowing your why. But of course, let's give it a human centred, values grounded make over. In this episode I'm chatting about why your why is important, how to make it actionable as well as aspirational and making sure you include you in there too. Let's dive in. Show notes, links, mentions & transcripts dietitianvalues.com/podcast Continue the conversation on Instagram @dietitianvalues ..read more
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Rest is...
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by Laura Jean
3M ago
Rest is.... finish that sentence. Whose values show up when you do? Are your values present in your relationship with rest? Rest, like food, is a core human need. A physiological requirement for survival. And so much more than that too. In today's episode I want to chat about what rest is (and isn't), types of rest and ways to rest, and of course, checking for your values in your relationship with rest. Let's dive in. Sign up & details for Radicle https://www.dietitianvalues.com/radicle Show notes, links, mentions & transcripts dietitianvalues.com/podcast Continue the conversation ..read more
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Doing pricing differently
Dietitian Values
by Laura Jean
4M ago
If you're doing business differently does that extend to your pricing? In our current capitalist system we are asked to have a very extractive pricing system - but if that's not the values you hold then how do you resist that? How do you price while grounded in your values?  AND how do you price in a way that holds space for the relationship you want to have with money, get your needs met and meet the needs of the humans you work with? All the questions. Let's dive in. Sign up & details for Radicle https://www.dietitianvalues.com/radicle Show notes, links, mentions & transcript ..read more
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