Are you looking to create and lead with more joy? If you want to fully own who you are and enjoy the process along the way, then episode 141 of the Lead with Love podcast is for you.
I get cozy with Elizabeth DiAlto, an Integrative Spiritual counselor, creator of Wild Soul Movement, an author, and the host of the popular Truth Telling with Elizabeth DiAlto podcast. We talk about doing business your way, reclaiming our power, how to lean into uncomfortable conversations imperfectly, and even stand-up comedy.
Known for her raw, honest, and grounded approach to self help and spirituality, Elizabeth has been a teacher, leader, speaker, coach and trainer to groups and individuals for 15+ years in three different industries.
Her greatest mission in this life is to help those who identify as women worldwide to reclaim and redefine their own womanhood, and contribute to a new paradigm of culture where it is both safe and natural for women to love, trust, and accept themselves fully.
In 2013, Shape Magazine listed her alongside Dr Oz, Ellen, Jillian Michaels, Tim Ferriss and more as a Top 30 Motivator. She has written for and been featured in Marie Claire, New York Magazine, SELF, Shape, The Huffington Post, US News and Health Report, Yahoo! News and many more.
Tune in and listen below:
What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!)
- The actual question Elizabeth asks herself when she is unsure about a decision [5:46]
- How she’s challenged a common definition of “power” and what the word really means to her [6:41]
- The way that Elizabeth has transitioned from the fitness space into her Wild Soul Movement [10:38]
- Why she isn’t interested in being a “guru” and how she has decided to lead others instead [13:30]
- The problem with online courses and one of Elizabeth’s biggest pet peeves with online marketing [15:14]
- What the shift to offering self-guided and evergreen courses has looked like [18:14]
- Elizabeth’s marker for true success – and it’s not having a full calendar [24:46]
- How she guards her own time and the practices and rituals she’s put in place to do this [31:38]
- Her shift to deeper conversations and how she’s influencing others to take a stand too [33:08]
- 3 things she considers before posting online in order to stay in check when being so open and authentic [43:20]
- Why sharing her voice now as a stand-up comic has been such a natural transition for Elizabeth and her big goals for her career [44:46]
Resources + links mentioned:
“For me, power is really comprised of love, truth, courage, wisdom, trust, connection and compassion.” [8:14]
“It’s always been very important for me to create things that still give people autonomy, and also points them back to themselves.” [13:37]
“A lot of my work is essentially re-parenting adults. It’s modelling things for women that our parents and our culture certainly don’t model for us.” [23:10]
“If you’re only doing things that feel good, your ass is never going to build a business!” [27:39]
“There’s just so many people who have been doing this work for so long, that I just pass the mic.” [42:14]
“I just am who I am” [43:26]
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The Lead with Love podcast is hosted by Jadah Sellner (that's me!). I help entrepreneurs build their tribes with the online program, Build Your Challenge. I'm also an author, international keynote + TEDx speaker, poet, and creator of Love Over Metrics™, a Business Growth Incubator and Mastermind for women with big ambitions and even bigger hearts. #LeadWithLove
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