This episode is about turning your challenges into your calling. Today’s caller, Dale, is looking for guidance on how to reach out to clients to support a new coaching business. Dale’s unique gift is that he has schizophrenia. He wants to help families of people with schizophrenia to help them see their family member’s illness in a different light. Mental health disorders still have a stigma to them and Dale is an incredible example of someone who chooses to thrive in the face of both adversity and sh
This week I am doing something different and airing an interview I did on “A Brave New Man” podcast on my podcast. Listen in as I discuss with my friend, Greg Woodhill, what men are getting right, getting wrong and advice for how to have better relationships and communication.
This episode is about how to individualize and feel safe if you grew up in a chaotic environment and are always waiting for the worst-case scenario. Today’s caller, Megan, is stuck in grief after the loss of her mother. As we discover, what is really holding her back is a lifetime pattern of not connecting to her own inner wisdom and sense of self and living with an inconsistent parent which keeps her in the ‘preparing for the other shoe to drop’ mental and emotional cycle.
Christine and her fiancé Stefanos discuss what “conscious dating” is and give you tips to date with more peace and authenticity. They break dating down into three phases: preparing to date conscious, exploring (swiping) conscious, and entering into dating dynamics consciously.
This episode is about redefining personal freedom, stepping out of one’s comfort zone, and opening up to intimate relationships. Today’s caller, Scott, has met someone who is different from the women he usually attracts. He finds himself distancing himself from her and would like some guidance on whether he is doing it as part of an unhealthy pattern or if it is because he fears losing his freedom.
Christine explains how your inner critic was formed and why it exists. She also shares why getting rid of your inner critic is not a good idea (and attempting to do so doesn’t really work anyway). Instead, learn how to “promote” your inner critic through a six-step process Christine walks you through.
This episode is about self-judgment and overwhelm and how to nourish yourself through it. Today’s caller, Luca, is on a mission to make wellness accessible to others but has a pattern of starting a project and then stopping. As soon as he gains momentum he feels unworthy of his progress so he judges and criticizes himself, stopping him in his tracks. How do we stop sabotaging behavior?
One of my besties, Alexi and I sit down to talk about how to create healthy friendships. We share our stories and advice for healing your past wounds regarding friendship and tips for how to create and maintain really nourishing friendships. We also discuss why friendship is SO important and the value it adds to your health, business, and relationships.
This episode is about feeling worthy of love. Today’s caller, Melissa, is being triggered by her divorce and is seeking ways to have spiritual altitude during the process. We discover what she really needs right now is more of a human perspective. We also work through how she can express her warrior woman.
Several years ago I wrote a powerful passage after a pretty deep meditation. I wrote it to myself but really it is to all of us. To this day, it is one of my most favorite things I have ever written and I read it to you on this episode. I suggest using it as a meditation. I hope you enjoy it.
This episode is about surrendering to the divine and raising your vibrations. Today’s caller, Vanessa, has done the personal development and feels she is ready to call in a life partner but still struggles with her worthiness and in trusting that her partner is coming. If you have the awareness that the universe supports you but you don’t find trusting and letting go of control easy you will find value in this call whether you are calling in a partner or not.
In this episode, Christine answers questions from listeners on matters of the heart. She discusses addictive love, getting over someone, vulnerability hangovers and calling in your partner.
This episode is about knowing when a relationship has reached its expiration date. Today’s caller, Bretton, is looking for guidance about what his next steps are in a marriage that needs work. He has committed himself to do personal development work but his partner has not. Some relationships do have an end or an expiration date when it’s not for the highest good of everyone involved to stay in it. But, how do we know when it reaches that point?
Get inspired as you listen to Amanda share how she has built an incredibly successful and impactful business…all by the age of 25! This episode will encourage you to break free of trying to look a certain way and step into full authentic expression!
This episode is about getting a toxic person out of your life and taking action to set and enforce healthy boundaries. Today’s caller, Ashley, wasn’t loved the way she wanted to be loved as a child and her mother is still criticizing her. She wants guidance on how to coexist with her mother in a toxic relationship. Even if you don’t have someone toxic in your life, you will still get a ton of value out of this coaching session.
Jen Sincero is a bestselling author, success coach, and motivational speaker who spent more than a decade traveling the world helping people transform their lives and their bank accounts via her public appearances, private sessions, coaching seminars, and books, including the New York Times bestseller You Are a Badass
This episode is about how to stop parenting your parents. If you are a parent it is a great listen to make sure you are not falling into codependent patterns with your child. Today’s caller, Gina, is a people pleaser who is at the beginning of her journey of connecting all the dots. She is searching for guidance on how to become her own person, free of the guilt she imparts on herself about what she should or should not be doing for her mother.
Get ready for an incredible conversation with one of the most heart-centered, boss lady, bad-asses I know: Marie Forleo! Marie runs an online business school for modern entrepreneurs, called B School In this interview we cover a lot of ground from what you really do need to do in your business, what you should NOT do, how to balance masculine and feminine energies, and how to stop giving a crap about what people think of you.
This episode really isn’t about sex, it’s secondary. What this call is really about is letting go of your past so you can enjoy your present and future and letting go of judgment, especially of other people. Today’s caller, Michaela, feels guilty about judging her partner about something she perceives as a problem. And, whenever we are judgmental of another person it’s usually an indicator that there is something inside of us we need to look at.
Alexia Vernon is the author of the book, Step into Your Moxie: Amplify Your Voice, Visibility, and Influence in the World. Branded a “Moxie Maven” by President Obama’s White House Office of Public Engagement for her unique and effective approach to women’s empowerment, Alexia Vernon is a sought-after speaking and leadership coach to female (and male) executives, entrepreneurs, media personalities, and change makers
This call is about trust, belonging, and establishing connections in relationships. Today’s caller, Jesse, has a lot of awareness about what is holding her back but can’t seem to change her behavior specifically when it comes to having close connections, intimate relationships, and trusting others. If you feel you don’t belong, know you are not alone. We all have felt that way at one time or another.
My dear friend Lissa Rankin, best selling author, physician, speaker, mystic and founder of the Whole Health Medicine Institute joins me for a heartwarming conversation about how to connect more deeply to our inner voice and only take action when it is aligned with our deepest truth. We also discuss why self-help is not (and really cannot be) something we do all by ourselves. Lissa also guides you through a beautiful and powerful process to connect with what she calls, “Your Inner Pilot Light”
This call is about breaking patterns, shifting identities, and looking at life from a spiritual perspective. Today’s caller, Betsy, has done some therapy but can’t seem to shift her story. During our discussion, we uncover that Betsy is basing too much of her identity on her past and with people who weren’t meant to play such a big role in her life.
In this quickie episode, Christine discusses why asking for help is key to your success and well being. She gives you tips for getting over the common obstacles that arise when asking for help (like feeling like we are a bother or being afraid of a getting a no). You’ll also learn a very simple, practical process for asking for help from your inner guidance and the Universe.
This call is about changing your story and how to thrive, not just survive. Today’s caller, Chris, is dealing with shame and frustration around the story she has about money. Oppression and scarcity have been major themes in her life and she is looking for guidance about how to shift it. We work through how she can be open to giving and receiving love and moving out of ‘victim’ and into acceptance in order to shift her energy.