Emotions Suck Sometimes

You’ve got your own emotions to deal with, your spouse’s emotions, and your kids’ emotions. It can be really hard! As a business owner, you also have another layer of emotions to deal with when it comes to your business, which can feel like you have an additional family. 

Listen to this podcast episode to learn one life coaching tool that can make your emotional life better on a daily basis. This one coaching tool can make your relationship with yourself, your spouse, your kids, and your business so much stronger and more connected. You can also use it to improve the way you feel everyday and the results you’re getting in your life and business. 

If you are overworking and not spending a lot of quality time with your family, and tensions are rising, I teach you this one coaching tool by using the scenario of you overworking and avoiding your family as an example. 

There is no class in grade school that teaches us about our emotions, how to have healthy relationships, or how to be a business owner. At least there wasn't one in my school. But that doesn’t mean we need to go through our lives feeling confused and out of control. Let this episode teach you what you need to know to understand how your emotions work, how to have healthy relationships, and how to manage your emotions in both your life and business.

What You’ll Learn:

  • Where your feelings really come from. 
  • Why you are taking actions that you DON’T want to take or not taking actions that you DO want to take. 
  • How to get results in your life and business that you want. 
  • Why it’s important to feel your emotions, even the negative ones. 
  • How to stop overworking and spend more quality time with your family. 
  • One life coaching tool called The Model that teaches us how our circumstances, thoughts, feelings, actions and inactions, and results fit together.

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