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liz-headshotFrom fetal position to freedom: Liz DiAlto on how to stay true to yourself and your evolution – even when it’s (very) tough.

Podcast Overview:

In this episode, Liz talks about how she was able to move through several major life moments by using her “core desired feelings” and inner guidance.
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She talks about how she made it through an extremely tough breakup, stopped selling courses that no longer felt right, and slowly found her way to inner freedom.

Liz’s Bio:

Liz is a speaker, writer and the creator of Wild Soul Movement, a 12-week online experience of self-discovery that combines movement, meditation and mantra. Her mission is to revolutionize the way women move and nourish their bodies and abolish current body image culture to create new standards for her peers, elders and all the young women and little girls who come after her.She’s known for her raw and honest approach to body love and self-acceptance. In 2013, Shape magazine listed her alongside Dr. Oz, Ellen, Jillian Michaels, Tim Ferriss, and more, as a Top 30 Motivator.

Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Wild Soul Movement – Liz’s program.

B School – Marie Forleo’s program.

Desire Map – Danielle LaPorte’s book on core desired feelings.

Instagram – Liz’ Instagram account.

Myers Briggs – Personality profiling system.

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how to fit self care in a busy dayHow to make time for happiness when you have a busy day.

Podcast Overview:

A lot of us are jumping from task to task, and it’s really hard to make time for things that make us feel good. This episode goes over several things you can do to make time for pleasure, happiness, and self-care. It’s a quick listen that packs a lot of powerful tips.

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Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

AYearOfProductivity.com – The man who spent a year trying different productivity experiments.

Mama Gena’s – Mama Gena’s coaching programs.

Miracle Morning – Hal Elrod’s book.

The Desire Map – Danielle LaPorte’s work on core desired feelings.

Ginny Johnson – My nutritionist.

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