Hey Ass Kickers!
Today I’m joined by my friend, and another past guest of the podcast, Elizabeth DiAlto! Elizabeth is a teacher, leader, and speaker (as well an author and podcast host) and she is known for her raw, honest and grounded approach to self-help and spirituality.
In this episode you’re going to hear all about the workshop Elizabeth and I are presenting this month, specifically for the Your Kick-Ass Life audience, surrounding practical tools for women to be more receptive to what they want in life.
In this episode you’ll learn:
- What surrender and release really mean to Elizabeth (4 minutes and 47 seconds)
- Do you know what you are putting your energy exertion and effort into? (14:36)
- Why we can’t think clearly and use good judgment when we are super emotional (17:53)
- What it looks like to not trust yourself (18:42)
- Why is dreaming so important! (27:42)
This is such a powerful episode, and in it Elizabeth shares so many nuggets on how you can start living a better life – now. Ready to learn more on how to do this? If you want more, visit the link below to reserve your spot for the July 27th workshop and see you there!
Join me and Elizabeth DiAlto, creator of Wild Soul Movement for a deep and powerful webinar on Thursday July 27: Four Things You Can Do To Clear Out The BS In Your Life and Be More Receptive To What You Actually Want
What you’ll learn:
- Strategies for letting go of what holds you back with compassion and clarity
- See where you’re giving away too much energy, time, and power
- How to create more prosperity, joy, pleasure and ease in your life (hint: it’s all requires the same actions!)
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Known for her raw, honest and grounded approach to self-help and spirituality, Elizabeth DiAlto is the founder of Wild Soul Movement, author of Untame Yourself, and host of the popular Untame The Wild Soul Woman podcast. She’s been a teacher, leader, speaker, and trainer to groups and individuals for 13+ years and she also consults organizations ranging from startups to large corporations such as Dove UK.