May 30, 2018
This call is about is about shifting your perspective and living the life you want to live. Today’s caller, Mickey, feels she can never quite reach success. She has done a bit of self-development work but is still bumping up against low self-worth issues and the belief that she is not good enough. Sometimes, the bigger the consumer of personal growth the bigger the critic of one’s progress. [For show notes go here: Christinehassler.com/episode142] It helps to get some altitude on our past and on our life so we can get a different, more expansive view of things. Our soul evolves in many lifetimes. We come back each time with a certain curriculum of what we are here to learn. The only way to learn what we need is to experience the contrast. Look at your life as a school. We are all here to learn and grow. Everything that happens, happens for us because it sets up the soul lesson that is helpful to our evolution. It is incredibly common that when we are ready to know about and face an issue, the right information, teachers, and healers show up. And, being an Empath is a gift, but taking on people’s things and wanting to fix them, save them, or solve something is not empathic. It’s the ego part of us that wants to feel like we are helping people. The empath part of us feels, is sensitive, and has compassion. Don’t confuse empathy with your ego’s desires. You are not here to save the world. We can’t save ourselves by helping others. We have to become students and apply the same guidance, support, and insight we give to others, to ourselves. Often, people who have done a lot of personal development work believe they should know better. Would you like to become a masterful, profitable coach? Join me in San Diego June 30 & July 1st to fast-track the success of your health or life coaching business. There are only 9 spaces left. If you have a service-based business, visit Christine’s Master Class for more information or email Jill@ChristineHassler.com to sign up. I will be in Estonia at Mindvalley U on July 17th and I am conducting a one day workshop in London on July 21st. Email Jill@ChristineHassler.com for more information. Consider/Ask Yourself: ? Do you experience an ongoing sense of looking at other peoples lives that seem to be working out brilliantly and are wondering what you are doing “wrong”? ? Is low self-worth something you can relate to? ? Are you good at teaching self-love and personal development but you find embodying the principles challenging? ? Have you ever or are you now in a relationship with a narcissist? Mickey’s Question: Mickey wants to know how to get over her feeling of being held back from success. Mickey’s Key Insights and Ahas: ? She has done a lot of personal growth work. ? Her parents considered abortion before she was born. ? She feels not good enough. ? She is a coach. ? She hides her heart from other people. ? She sources her self-worth through others. ? She collects evidence that she is not worthy. ? She needs to change her perspective about her worth. How to Get Over It and On With It: ? She needs to get rid of the story that she is not good enough. ? She needs to get a little more selfish. ? She needs to write out her belief systems and reframe them. ? She needs to change her perception from fear to love. Assignments For You: ? If you have issues tied to pre-birth or infancy, put out to the universe that you are ready for a skilled specialist to help you with it. ? When it comes to your soul curriculum, upgrade your perspective and create a miracle by shifting your perception. ? Have a beginner’s mind. Re-read one of your favorite personal growth books. Listen to my previous podcasts again. ? Get congruent with your work and your finances. If you are always giving more of what you preach to others than to yourself find balance. Sponsors: Havenly — helps you create beautifully designed spaces...
May 26, 2018
Listen in as Christine talks to her friend and fellow podcast host Jordan Harbinger about overcoming career expectation hangover and the power of your network. Jordan shares his system for how to build and nurture the kind of relationships that are key to your successs Jordan is referred to as “The Larry King of podcasting,” is a Wall Street lawyer turned talk show host, social dynamics expert, and entrepreneur. After hosting a top 50 iTunes podcast for over a decade that enjoyed nearly four million downloads a month at its zenith, Jordan has embarked on a new adventure: The Jordan Harbinger Show, where he deconstructs the playbooks of the most successful people on earth and shares their strategies, perspectives, and insights with the rest of us. Jordan’s business sense, extensive knowledge of the industry, and contemporary approach to teaching make him one of the best and most sought-after coaches in the world. Jordan Harbinger has always had an affinity for social influence, interpersonal dynamics, and social engineering, helping private companies test the security of their communications systems and working with law enforcement agencies before he was even old enough to drive. Jordan spent several years abroad in Europe and the developing world, including South America, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East, and he speaks five languages. He has also worked for various governments and NGOs overseas, traveled through war zones, and been kidnapped — twice. He’ll tell you the only reason he’s still alive and kicking is because of his ability to talk his way into (and out of) just about any type of situation. Listen to Jordan’s podcast here: https://www.jordanharbinger.com/podcast/
May 23, 2018
This call is about is about how to use your anxiety as an alarm system. Today’s caller, Lorin, asks how she can start thriving instead of surviving at work but what we discover together is that her ability to thrive has more to do with her ability to trust and listen to herself. [For show notes go here: Christinehassler.com/episode141] If you suffer from any type of anxiety this call will be helpful because I teach Lorin not to minimize her feelings and to use them as her personal alarm system. We all start out being internally referenced — being totally connected to our own intuition — and then something pulls us out. We become externally referenced and that becomes what we are fluent in, which is what other people think of us and our desire to please others. We need to relearn how to become fluent in being internally referenced and trusting ourselves. People-pleasing is over-caring about what others think, lacking a sense of self and a lack of self-trust. Along with a loss of sense of self, comes anxiety and trouble with making decisions. And, when you are in a relationship with God or Spirit, it’s more than just praying for things and being grateful. Having that relationship makes it easier to trust yourself. It's easier to become internally referenced when you have the universe to turn to for the answers. *Coaches — It is important to ask a lot of questions before you start offering any kind of guidance or solution, or to pull out any tool you have to work with the client on the problem they are presenting. Too many coaches put pressure on themselves to fix a problem before getting enough information. Would you like to become a masterful, profitable coach? Join me in San Diego June 30 & July 1st to fast-track the success of your health or life coaching business. There are only 10 spaces left. If you have a service-based business, visit Christine’s Master Class for more information or email Jill@ChristineHassler.com to sign up. I have one personal coaching spot available this year. If you would like me as your personal coach email Jill@ChristineHassler.com for more information. Consider/Ask Yourself: ? Do you feel like you are merely surviving rather than thriving? ? Can you relate to being a people-pleaser? ? Is feeling anxious on a REGULAR basis something you struggle with? ? Do often run to others for their advice because you have trouble making decisions on your own? Lorin’s Question: Lorin wants to know how she can start thriving, instead of surviving in her career. Lorin’s Key Insights and Ahas: ? She has dealt with anxiety through much of her life. ? She lost a sister early in her life. ? She thinks she’s codependent. ? She puts a lot of labels on herself. ? She’s a people-pleaser. ? Her anxiety is an internal alarm. ? She gives her power away. ? She’s been trying to get rid of her anxiety instead of using it. ? She is missing a connection to spirit [God]. How to Get Over It and On With It: ? She needs to give herself permission to start looking for another job. ? She needs to start working with her anxiety. ? She needs to start taking action without asking other people first. ? She needs to find her connection or reconnect with God. Assignments For You: ? If you experience anxiety use it as your alert system. ? If you are externally referenced, use a meditation to pull your energy back inward. ? If you are dealing with a job you don’t like, give yourself permission to look for something more aligned and do your best to get in acceptance of your current job. ? If you are a people-pleaser, use your intuition toward yourself rather than others and be more selfish. ? Flex your decision-making muscle. Make decisions 100% on your own and trust yourself. Sponsors: THIRDLOVE — What if you could take the away the hassle of bra shopping and find the perfect fitting bra in minutes? Take the fit finder quiz to find...
May 19, 2018
Christine chats with the incredible Danette May who is a motivational speaker, best-selling author of seven health and women empowerment books, celebrity trainer, and mother. Listen in as they talk about how to RISE above the challenges we face in life with authenticity, courage, grace and faith. Danette is the founder of Mindful Health, LLC and The Rise Movement. A platform that reaches millions of women around the world. Danette stars in some of the top-selling fitness DVDs sold worldwide, is a top magazine model, and a frequent guest on national TV, Access Hollywood, Hallmark Home and Family, CBS, among others. Danette's own rise began after losing her son during childbirth, getting divorced, and finding herself with $47 to her name. All one after the other. It was then that she decided to stop being a victim and rewrite her story. She began to focus on the three pillars of healing - healing foods, healing movement, and a healing mindset. You can find Danette here: danettemay.com You can learn more about The Rise (an event Christine will be speaking at) here: therisedenver.com
May 16, 2018
This call is about is about stepping into the truth of who you are. Today’s caller, Tom, is juggling many things in his life and wants to know how to balance his relationship with his family with his obligations. But as in many of my coaching sessions, we focus on a core wound from his past that is having a big impact on all aspects of his life. [For show notes go here: Christinehassler.com/episode140] Don’t minimize the important moments in your life so much that you never process them. It can continue to impact you for the rest of your life. But don’t put too much emphasis on them so they become an excuse. A lot of people use events from their past as an excuse for not getting what they want from life. Your past doesn’t need to determine your future. You don’t need to continue to tell the story that happened to you when you were a child. Acknowledge significant past events, heal them, re-frame them, and create new belief systems around them. We have to move out of fear and back into love because if we are showing up more in fear than in love, it is impacting our relationships, our careers, and our health. It’s important to listen to our fears, anxieties, and our worries because they are alarms alerting us that we have forgotten something really important. Instead of trying to silence these uncomfortable feelings use them as your personal alarm system. I have one personal coaching spot available this year. If you would like me as your personal coach email Jill@ChristineHassler.com for more information. Consider/Ask Yourself: ? Are there areas in your life that are not the way you want them to be? ? Are you a sensitive person? Do you take things personally? ? Are you a creative person? Do you express your creativity? ? Do you suffer from anxiety? ? Do you have a fear of loss? ? Men, how do you feel about being a man? Do you feel connected to your masculine energy? Tom’s Question: Tom would like to know how to improve his relationships with his family, get out of debt and prepare for a career shift. Tom’s Key Insights and Ahas: ? He has a lot of obligations. ? He is passionate about music and his family. ? He feels anxious and a fear of loss. ? He lost an important friendship as a child. ? He believes he is undeserving. ? He made judgments about what it means for him to be a man. ? He may be missing a connection to his masculinity. ? He is searching for security and stability. ? He keeps himself busy to distract him from his anxiety. How to Get Over It and On With It: ? He should start tapping into his masculine energy. ? He should put some serious intention into breaking out of loner tendencies and start doing work with the Mankind Project. ? He may want to look into a martial arts program. ? He should write a letter to his younger self and tell him he is deserving and enough. Assignments For You: ? If you deal with anxiety, look at it like an alarm system. What is it alerting you to? ? If you have trouble with focus and direction try martial arts. ? If you are a sensitive person, stop taking things so personally. ? Find your tribe. Embrace who you are and know you are good enough. ? Listen to my Coaches Corner episode with Lori Harder. Sponsors: Daily Harvest — delivers frozen, one-step prep, plant-based eats right to your door. Use promo code OVERIT to get 3 free Daily Harvest cups added to your first box. Fabletics — offers premium activewear at a great value. They have the world's best leggings. Fabletics delivers on performance and style. Use the link to take the style quiz and get two pairs of leggings for just $24! *VIP’s save 40-50% off retail and get extra perks. Resources: Christine Hassler — Join the Free Over It and On With It Community Christine’s Movement and Alignment Blog Post Christine Hassler Podcasts Including Coaches Corner Christine on Facebook Expectation Hangover, by Christine Hassler @ChristinHassler...
May 12, 2018
The benefits of a having a tribe are undeniable. Those with strong social circles are living longer, happier, and healthier lives compared to those who lack connections. But how do we find and maintain those circles? That’s what my dear friend Lori Harder and I dive into in this episode. Listen in as we talk about easing old wounds from painful friendships, becoming a better friend to ourselves and creating soul enriching friendships. Get your copy of Lori’s new book “A Tribe Called Bliss” here: https://www.loriharder.com/tribe-called-bliss/ Be the first to get a FREE copy here: LoriHarder.com/FREEBOOK Promo Code: Over It
May 9, 2018
This call is about is about self-trust and overcoming imposter syndrome. Today’s caller, Frantzces, wants guidance around starting her coaching business but we dive deeper into her limiting beliefs and the fear that keeps her from trusting others. This call offers insights even for those who do not want to be a coach or entrepreneur. [For show notes go here: Christinehassler.com/episode139] It is hard to attract the right kind of people into our lives if we are skeptical of people in general. If you grew up hearing ‘don't trust people,’ you need to re-frame the belief and affirm that you can trust people. The key to knowing who to trust is trusting yourself. It all begins with self-trust. Many of us come up against the imposter syndrome or doubting ourselves. The imposter syndrome is when we aren’t doing for ourselves what we are doing for other people. Walking the talk and practicing what we preach doesn’t mean we have it all figured out; it means we practice the principles we teach. That is how integration happens. If you identify with this call, as soon as you start doing the work, trusting yourself, and investing in a coach, the imposter syndrome will go away. Get a coach, deal, heal and go for your dreams. Would you like to become a masterful, profitable coach? Join me in San Diego June 30 & July 1st to fast-track the success of your health or life coaching business. There are only 10 spaces left. If you have a service-based business, visit Christine’s Master Class for more information or email Jill@ChristineHassler.com to sign up. Consider/Ask Yourself: ? Do you want to start a coaching practice? ? Do you have a coach of your own? ? Do you have a group of people you feel close to and connected with that you trust? ? Did you grow up in an environment where you were told not to trust other people or, you didn’t feel safe at home? ? Do you ever suffer from imposter syndrome? Frantzces’ Question: Frantzces wants to start a coaching practice but is struggling with feeling like an imposter. Frantzces’ Key Insights and Ahas: ? She has difficulty focusing on what she wants. ? She has a limiting belief that there aren’t people she can trust. ? She doesn’t let people get too close. ? She has a background in psychology. ? She wants to be the person who walks the talk. ? She was afraid to speak up as a child. ? She let herself be seen at the Signature Retreat. ? She’s ready to find her teacher/coach. How to Get Over It and On With It: ? She needs to ask her higher wisdom to guide her toward the right coach. ? She should allow herself receive love and healing. ? She needs to nurture herself through self-care. Sponsors: JustFab — Do you want to have great style without spending a fortune? Go to the go-to online site for what is new and trending. JustFab has shoes, clothes, and accessories. VIP’s get 30% off retail. And, use the link above and get 50% off EVERYTHING on the site! Havenly — helps you create beautifully designed spaces with an interior designer based on your unique style. Take the freestyle quiz and get the guaranteed best prices when you order direct from Havenly. Use the link above for 25% off your first design package. Resources: Christine Hassler — Join the Free Over It and On With It Community Christine Hassler Podcasts Including Coaches Corner Christine on Facebook Expectation Hangover, by Christine Hassler @ChristinHassler on Twitter @ChristineHassler on Instagram Assist@ChristineHassler.com — For those interested in being on the show The Lady Gang Podcast on Podcast One
May 5, 2018
Are you ready to unlock more creativity, build stronger relationships, and improve your performance at work? My friend, Mike Robbins, has spent 17+ years helping people, leaders, and teams enhance their results and thrive in today’s complex business world. In this episode, we discuss his latest book, BRING YOUR WHOLE SELF TO WORK, to help you expand your emotional intelligence, deepen your growth mindset, and bring more authenticity to the way you communicate, lead and work. It’s available now and when you order it today, Mike will send you some great bonus gifts as a thank you.
May 2, 2018
This call is about is about how beliefs we form at a young age, after a tragic event, can significantly impact our lives even decades later. Today’s caller, Staci feels lost in her career and wants more out of life. This coaching session is an example of how detrimental it can be to suck our feelings inside and how it leads to limiting beliefs and the feeling of being lost. [For show notes go here: Christinehassler.com/episode138] Beliefs that we form at a young age can significantly impact our lives even decades later. When an emotional reaction to something is extreme or out of proportion to what is actually happening at the moment. It is an indication that an old, unresolved wound has been triggered. In life, there is what happens and then, what we make it mean. The decisions and beliefs we form around pain can perpetuate the pain. We have to accept that painful things have happened and let go of the adaptive persona we created because of it. This coaching session reveals that time does not heal all wounds. Which is why sweeping something under the rug, trying to be strong, distracting yourself or taking a spiritual bypass out of a difficult event, does not work. When Expectation Hangovers happen, when something doesn’t go according to plan or life throws you an unexpected, tragic curveball it is important to ‘feel, deal and heal.’ Don’t wait years or decades later to move into acceptance. Would you like to become a masterful, profitable coach? Join me in San Diego June 30 & July 1st to fast-track the success of your health or life coaching business. If you have a service-based business, visit Christine’s Master Class for more information or email Jill@ChristineHassler.com to sign up. Consider/Ask Yourself: ? Do you feel lost in life? ? Did you experience a loss or a tragedy in your life and haven’t quite moved into acceptance of it? ? Do you feel as if you know who you authentically are? ? Are you aware that there is a past trauma or incident that you are still carrying around today? Does it still bring up a lot of emotion? Staci’s Question: Staci feels lost in her career and wants more out of life. Staci’s Key Insights and Ahas: ? She feels lost. ? She lost her sister at age 9. ? Her demeanor changed and she created limiting beliefs after her sister died. ? She doesn’t feel she deserves to be alive. ? She has paired feeling responsible with loss and tragedy. ? She lost her orientation of who she is. How to Get Over It and On With It: ? She needs to give her true self permission to resurface. ? She needs to release her self-imposed punishment. ? She needs to accept herself from the inside out. ? She needs to find a personal counselor or therapist. ? She should fully embrace being alive. ? She should write a compassionate letter and connect with her 9-year-old self. Assignments and Takeaways: ? With grief, go through the stages. If you are having trouble getting to acceptance, look at what you are making what you are grieving about mean. ? If you didn’t have a loss in your life, do you think that you have created a persona or way of being that’s not authentic to you to get love or validation? If so, it’s time to rediscover yourself. ? Get help. Get a guide. Talk with a trained professional. ? If you notice your emotional reaction to something is out of proportion to what is actually happening, consider that something from your past you haven’t dealt with yet has been triggered. Work through Expectation Hangover. Sponsor: Songfinch — is a personalized gifting company that brings stories, feelings, and memories to life through one of a kind song. A community of professional songwriters will handcraft the most personal gift you can give. Use promo code ‘OVER IT’ to get 10% off your personalized song from scratch. Resources: Christine Hassler — Join the Free Over It and On With It Community Christine Hassler Podcasts...