Think it’s time for a life inventory?
In this episode, I’m cracking open my book and deep-diving into an entire chapter with you! The first chapter of my first book, bestseller “How Are You, Really?”, introduces what I learned from “asking the quieter question” and the practice of doing your OWN life inventory! Start listening and let’s do the work together!
A few years ago, I decided to take the practice of ‘checking in on myself’ a heck of a lot more seriously. So much that it turned into, well, an entire book. A life inventory isn’t as intensive as it sounds either. Trust me — this process? It’s like sweet, sweet relief.
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Do you ever feel left behind or think you’re so far from where you want to be? This feeling is normal, but how does it manifest in your self-talk? Is it belittling or comforting? For most of us, it’s that voice in our head that keeps saying we’re not enough — we’re never enough.
Goal Digger, it’s time to change this.
Negative self-talk ISN’T about being positive all the time. It IS, however, about finally showing yourself some well-deserved love and compassion… and the queen of saying it out loud is saying it loud and proud on Goal Digger today.
Vasavi Kumar has the sort of confidence you can FEEL and now she’s going to share how you can harness the power of confidence in your life. In this episode, she shares her insights on how self-talk, confidence, and self-trust are all interconnected to each other. She emphasizes that we’re often our harshest critics and our negative self-talk is something we would never say to others. So why is it that we’re so harsh to ourselves? At its core, it’s a lack of love of compassion for ourselves.
If you’re struggling with self-sabotage and negative self-talk, tune in to the episode NOW!
I get it: a life like mine can kind of look like a mystery from the outside. How do I have time to run a massive business, work with a team, be a parent, care for my health, and do *everything* else I do — in the same 24 hours?
In this episode, I’m not here to tell you how to PACK your days with every single thing and hack every hour and sacrifice your sanity in order to do it all. In fact, you might find I do far less than you imagine…
I've built a business that gives me a lot of opportunities for my days to ebb and flow, so I want you to know that as I am sharing a day in my current life. As always, take what serves you and leave the rest behind as you click play on this behind-the-scenes episode of the Goal Digger Podcast!
LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:
I recently recorded a breakdown of my health journey and what I eat in a day: https://www.jennakutcherblog.com/askhealth
Listen to my recent podcast episode on Morning Resets: https://jennakutcherblog.com/newroutine/
Check out my biohacking tools: https://www.jennakutcherblog.com/biohacking
I have to be honest, this conversation is a true “pinch me” moment. I’m so honored to host a conversation with a true Hollywood icon who has captivated audiences for decades with his performances on the big screen. From his breakout role in "Dazed and Confused" to his Oscar-winning turn in "Dallas Buyers Club," he has proven time and again to be one of the most versatile and compelling actors of his generation.
But Matthew McConaughey is much more than just a talented performer. He's also a writer, a philosopher, and a seeker of truth and meaning. His recent book, Greenlights, has become a sensation, topping the bestseller lists and inspiring readers around the world with its honest, humorous, and insightful reflections on life, love, and the pursuit of happiness.
Through his writing and his acting, he has become a cultural icon, a symbol of resilience, authenticity, and creativity in a world that can often feel overwhelming and uncertain. There’s so much we can all learn from the legendary Matthew McConaughey in his interview on the Goal Digger Podcast!
Sign up for The Art of Livin’ with Matthew McConaughey: http://jennalivin.com
Taking risks for our dreams is a concept that we talk about on the Goal Digger Podcast all the time, but it is something that can be difficult to put into practice. Kylie Low has been the producer behind the Goal Digger Podcast for over four years now, but in February 2023 Kylie came to me with an announcement I always expected to hear from her – She was ready to step down from producing this podcast to pursue her dreams and work on her own podcast full time.
In this final installment of the Jenna & Kylie series on the Goal Digger Podcast, Kylie shares the behind the scenes of her decision to leave her full-time job working for me to dive into her own projects. We reflect on the almost 5 years working together and what I’ve learned as the boss of someone who I always felt was more entrepreneurial than employee from day one. We get a little teary-eyed, but this conversation is a raw look at what happens when you realize it’s time to say goodbye.
255 days ago, I experimented with going alcohol free… and after experiencing a clearer mind and an all-around more vibrant energy, this experiment has lasted way longer than I first planned. Have you thought about ditching alcohol yourself? Are you examining your relationship with alcohol and how it impacts your work, your personal relationships, and your health?
Karolina Rzadkowolska’s passion is helping women discover what really makes them happy outside of a beverage and designing a life they love. She is an alcohol-free empowerment expert who helps women ditch alcohol and discover their greater purpose, unleashing a new level of health, happiness, and potential to go after their biggest dreams.
In this conversation, Karolina shares what happens when you take a break from alcohol, how going alcohol-free can double your business and even lead you to discover your greater purpose. If you’ve ever considered going alcohol-free, or even if you haven’t, this episode will get you thinking about the idea in a whole new way.
Wanting to work from home is nothing new – however, studies show that the pandemic increased the desire, especially in women, to continue to do work that they can do from home.
In this episode, I’ll discuss the benefits and downsides of work from home life and 10 ideas to get you thinking about how your own personal and professional experience could transfer into work from home businesses that you can start tomorrow.
Mentioned in this episode: The Beginner’s Guide to Making Money with an Online Store
You know by now that I am not a person in pursuit of “balance” – I want blend. I want my life as a mother and as an entrepreneur and as Jenna, the human, to blend together so that I can show up as my full self wherever I am, never having to segment or compartmentalize who I am or what I love. Today’s guest has a similar philosophy, and it’s the concept of work-life harmony.
Tina Wells’s story is so interesting and so inspiring. She turned a business that she launched when she was just a teenager into an award-winning marketing agency, led boardroom meetings as the youngest (and sometimes only) Black woman in the room, and pursued her childhood dream of traveling around the world. Now, Tina is a business strategist, advisor, author, and founder. Through it all, she’s crafted a method for maintaining work-life harmony, that is, she doesn’t forgo joy and peace for productivity, and that’s something I can get behind.
In her new book, The Elevation Approach, she shares her four-phase plan for work-life harmony, a flexible and foolproof technique that helps you meet your goals without sacrificing joy for productivity and progress.