Hustle culture has too many people completely burnt out these days. Thinking that you have to constantly be “on” is doing a disservice to your mental, emotional, and physical health—and to your business.
There’s a difference between being “on” all the time and being ready. There’s a difference between hustling and being intentional.
When you are ready, when you stay ready, you can own your skills and step into your expertise.
In this episode, I’m chatting with my friend Trudi Lebrón about all things business. We’re deep diving into how to find joy in just being, the power of coaching and embodiment work, and the nuances of capitalism. It’s a conversation about making a true and lasting impact.
We also talk about her new book, The Antiracist Business Book, and why she chose to focus on business and the coaching industry. She also shares about her new professional development program, The Art and Science of Coaching.
The topics in this episode couldn’t be more relevant to where we are as a society, and I hope you’ll be able to apply some of these concepts and ideas to the growth of your own life and business (if you have one!).
In episode 402 of the Embodied Podcast we discuss:
- [03:15] How Trudi is finding the joy in just being and spending time with friends and family
- [06:36] How two people’s interpretations of encouragement can be very different
- [11:22] Trudi’s experience meeting Fatman Scoop and getting valuable business and sales advice
- [20:25] Being ready for opportunities that come your way
- [23:54] Why Trudi chose business and the coaching industry for the angle of her antiracist book
- [33:38] How the recent Patagonia sale embodies the concept of Just Commerce
- [40:50] Trudi’s belief in the power of coaching and business vs. coaching skills
- [46:03] Why Trudi created her new professional development program, The Art and Science of Coaching
- [50:33] How embodiment work can you help you both professionally and personally
For full show notes and resources, head to https://untameyourself.com/podcasts/402
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