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Following feelings over formulas with Jadah Sellner

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If you consider yourself an overthinker and you want to quiet the self-doubt so you can trust yourself, your body and your intuition, today’s solo episode is for you. I talk about following your feelings over formulas, and I believe there is a call (especially if you’re stepping into leadership) for us to release the “training wheels” of formulas, templates, and checklists.

When we start following our feelings, our heart and our body, we’ll quiet that mental chatter of beating ourselves up, as well as not allowing ourselves to get beat up from the outside world.

“People tend to really just not trust themselves and they start to feel separate from what’s really, really true to them.”


What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!)

  • One quote that validates everything for me around our feelings [3:43]
  • Two ways we can make learning easier [5:38]
  • What is our Self 1 and Self 2 – and why it’s important to be aware of them [10:48]
  • How to get the clearest possible picture of your desired outcomes [12:28]
  • Ways you can start learning how to trust yourself [15:41]
  • How to see what is happening – without judgment [22:03]
  • Actions steps for you to take (and how I do things in my own life) [27:38]

Resources + links mentioned:

» Owning the True Expression of Who We Are with Sarah Jenks

» Making Decisions From Your Heart with Marie Forleo

» The Inner Game of Tennis by Timothy Gallwey

»  The Mindful Athlete by George Mumford

» Simply Music

» Connect with Jadah on Instagram and Facebook!

» Lead with Love Podcast

» Love Over Metrics Program

Key Quotes:

  • “How can we make everything in our lives more fun? How can we embrace more play in our lives?” [5:23]
  • “People tend to really just not trust themselves and they start to feel separate from what’s really, really true to them.” [8:15]
  • “How can we get the mind to get out of the way, so that the body can do what it already naturally knows how to do?” [11:12]
  • “Instead of focusing on the how, you really want to focus on the what and the why to get you there.” [14:48]
  • “It’s not that you don’t know what to do. You don’t actually do what you know.” [20:18]
  • “If you’re truly doing good work in the world, it’s going to take time. Those things don’t happen overnight.” [24:47]

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