In Episode 35, Steve Austin chats with his friend and life coaching colleague, Sheena Jeffers, about practical and powerful ways to recover your life.
So many people feel buried under piles of shame, secrets, fear, and unrealistic expectations. If you’re tired of just barely getting by, and are ready to start living the fullest life possible, this is the conversation you’ve been waiting for!
Sheena Jeffers is a writer, dancer, yoga teacher, and wellness life coach currently living full-time on her sailboat in Norfolk, Virginia. Originally from Richmond, Virginia, Sheena grew up the granddaughter of a Southern-Baptist preacher in a small town.
She studied English and Journalism at Virginia Commonwealth University and after graduating college, she started the internationally-known dance education blog, Ballet Shoes & Bobby Pins.
She wrote for Answers.com while completing graduate school where she studied innovative learning techniques through the arts.
Sheena founded and co-owns WELLwomen, Inc., a corporation dedicated to the replenishment of women. She promotes wholehearted living through private yoga and life coaching sessions, as well as her writing on her blog www.sheenajeffers.com and www.seaslifeforgood.com.
Sheena lives on a 43-foot Catamaran named Seas Life, and hopes to bring wellness to the world around her wherever she travels.
Today we’re talking about some of life’s big questions:
- Who are you?
- Why are you here?
- Where are you going?
After listening to today’s episode, listeners can go to AskSteveAustin.com and click on the show notes for today’s episode to sign up for my FREE Self-Discovery Starter Kit (http://bit.ly/2wnYQ5A) This free resource includes a series of 4 emails with printable worksheets for each day.
4 Steps to Recover Your Life:
- Self-Discovery (blog link)
- Self-Care (blog link)
- Silencing the Inner-Critic (newsletter link)
- Self-Expansion (blog link)
- In his book, Before Happiness: 5 Actionable Strategies to Create a Positive Path to Success, Shawn Achor says, “When we expect the worst, we ignore important opportunities, squander valuable resources, and miss the viable solutions – and thus end up with the negative outcome we most fear.”
- Fear vs. faith – Don’t call it a dream. Call it a plan.
- In a recent article for Success Magazine, Jim Rohn said the three components of any powerful goal are these: It must be inspiring. It must be believable. It must be one you can act on.
- Music: BenSound.com