show episodes
 
Women leaders from around the globe come together to share their wisdom of moving through fears, speaking their truth, taking action through challenges in life, and living in alignment with their values. Whether you prefer introversion, are a highly sensitive person, a creative, visionary, or change maker-listen to ordinary women who do extraordinary things because they embrace the unknown. Host Nicole Burgess licensed psychotherapist and Introvert Empowerment Coach, shares topics on mindful ...
 
This is a weekly podcast for Highly Sensitive Persons (HSPs), introverts, empaths, intuitives, INFJs or anyone else that wants a little help supporting sensitivity! My name is Michelle Lynn. I share my experiences as a highly sensitive person while discussing the works of Dr. Elaine Aron. It is my intention to provide useful tips and resources for other individuals looking to balance, maintain, and enhance their own unique sensitivities. The show is perfect for HSPs, introverts, empaths, int ...
 
Do you experience joy, discomfort, empathy, and emotions very intensely? Are you easily overstimulated or bothered by small changes in your environment? You aren’t alone, in fact, you might be a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). In this podcast, host, blogger, (and HSP herself) Kelly shares real-life experiences that may have you nodding and thinking: “I thought I was the only one who felt that way”! Introverts and people with shyness and social anxiety may also find comfort and camaraderie her ...
 
In this podcast, we explore how sensitivity weaves itself into our lives. We talk about the richness that it adds, and the strengths we have BECAUSE of our sensitivity and some of the challenges it poses as well. If you are a Creative, a deep thinker, a deep feeler, a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), an introvert, or identify as INFJ or ENFJ, you may enjoy the in-depth conversations where we talk openly and honestly about how we experience life. This is a podcast where you can learn, relate, l ...
 
Tune in to Quiet Messenger (formerly Unforgettable) if you’re a deep feeler, highly sensitive person (HSP), empath or introvert leader who has something BIG to say. Your host Adria Sophia DeCorte, Messaging Mentor & shy TEDx Speaker, will help you tap into the message that moves you, use your voice, embrace intuitive marketing based on your values and integrity, and share your truth clearly and courageously to call in your people and your next level of impact...without needing to change who ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
A month ago, I realized that there’s a topic I’ve been dancing around with you for the last two years. That my work is for sensitive introverts. Quiet Messengers. Big feelers who like cozy spaces for connection, growth and processing. We might be vocal and spirited in the small, intimate container of our Messenger Masterminds, but putting things ou…
 
Do you ever feel like you are squeezing into a business model that leaves you exhausted? Or that introverts can’t be entrepreneurs let alone be financially supported by going out on their own? Guest Caroline Wood says differently. Find out how it is not only possible to have a business you enjoy, but one that supports your introversion preference a…
 
Have you known someone on their deathbed stating they regretted not going after a dream or telling someone they loved them? What if you had 5 years left to live? If you have regrets and want to learn how to live more in the moment, this is for you. For full show notes: https://nicoleburgesscoaching.com/ep144 ****************************************…
 
Are living a life in alignment and in your power? Have you ever been doing something only to have someone else reflect back to you the connection you didn’t fully see? In this episode, Nicole shares a tool she uses with her coaching clients, how the podcast logo ties into all of it, and ways for you to stand more in your power. For full show notes:…
 
Do you worry about saying No at work? Or that your emotions are a detriment vs a competitive advantage? Guest Melody Wilding, LCSW and Execute Coach returns to share how her new book Trust Yourself: Stop Overthinking and Channel Your Emotions for Success at Work can change your mindset and behaviors. If you are a highly sensitive person (ie Sensiti…
 
Does your life seem chaotic? Or is chaos a gift in your life? Tune in for this week’s episode to find out how you may be creating your own chaos, that if it was learned you can unlearn it, and more with host Nicole Burgess LMFT and Soul Led Leadership Coach. For full show notes: https://nicoleburgesscoaching.com/ep141 ******************************…
 
Can you discern whether fear is guiding your choices in life or are you following your soul’s whispers? Do you know why you believe what you believe? Find out a common fear women share with Nicole about doing inner work, which keeps them stuck and feeling unfulfilled. For full show notes: https://nicoleburgesscoaching.com/ep140 ********************…
 
Women have higher rates of anxiety and chronic stress than men. Guest Jennifer Wolkin, Ph.D. & NY licensed clinical neuropsychologist discusses the impact on the brain from ongoing stress. And the techniques she uses with her clients are found in her new book, Quick Calm. She runs a private practice with an appreciation that our mind, body, brain, …
 
Do you often find yourself giving advice to others when they haven’t asked? Or feel bored, empty, and worthless if you don’t have a crisis in your life or a problem to solve? You may be over functioning and using codependent behaviors. Listen to this solo episode to find out how you can improve your energy and start living your life as the resource…
 
TITLE Taking a Podcast Pause; Self-Care GUEST Solo episode EPISODE OVERVIEW I’m taking a pause from the podcast. Not sure if it’s temporary or permanent. COVID has been brutal, but it has given us opportunities to redefine what we value. I initially had thoughts of failure when I decided to take a break, but now I see it as an act of self-love. We …
 
Are you a mom, divorced, and wondering if you can get unstuck, or change your thoughts about being a single mom? Lucinda Testo is Certified Clini-Coach® and the Divorced Mom Life Coach. She helps moms define their new identity and reclaim their awesomeness after divorce! Not only has Lucinda worked with divorced moms in her psychotherapy private pr…
 
TITLE I’ve Always Known I was Anxious GUEST Elizabeth Cush, LCPC EPISODE OVERVIEW Elizabeth shares her story and why she decided to specialize in anxiety. She then defines anxiety, and we talk about the different ways that anxiety can present for people. Elizabeth talks about common myths, and we talk about tools to use to manage anxiety and what t…
 
Do you get excited about neuroscience and spirituality? How about wonder if you could be 10 to 20 percent happier? Imagine being able to 25 times your happiness! Guest Dawson Church, PhD, is a health writer and researcher who has edited or authored a number of books in the fields of health, psychology, and spirituality. He is an award-winning scien…
 
TITLE Complex childhood trauma and healing for the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) GUEST Kina Wolfenstein EPISODE OVERVIEW Kina defines trauma (and it may surprise you), and how the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) responds to trauma. We talk what may not be considered trauma (but is), and how it impacts the person in adulthood (including attachment sys…
 
How often do you find yourself apologizing because you have a messy home or earn a good living for you and your family? Or do you often apologize for asking a lot of questions? If you find yourself saying you are sorry because you crave intimacy, or are assertive, or have things that are separate from your partner or family, then this episode is fo…
 
Without being clear in your messaging, you can do a lot of marketing busywork that gets ignored, doesn’t build your community or doesn’t compel people to buy. YET… There’s a lot of messaging out there that is very clear but is also manipulative, selling at all costs and using unethical tactics that don’t leave customers making empowered decisions. …
 
TITLE The Brain of the Highly Sensitive Person GUEST Drs. Esther Bergsma EPISODE OVERVIEW Drs. Bergsma, a Dutch expert on High Sensitivity, discusses research from her book: The Brain of the Highly Sensitive Person. She explains the biological survival benefits of the trait in animals. We talk about social rejection, and the negative messages HSPs …
 
I know you’ve got a big heart and you’re SO GOOD at your work…but in order to keep doing your work, you need paying clients. That’s where being able to clearly communicate what uniquely positions you comes in. Because when you are the ONLY one qualified for the job, your dream clients will happily pay you. Not in a way that’s sleazy or manipulative…
 
TITLE The Challenges and Strengths of Sensitive Strivers in the Workplace GUEST Melody Wilding, LMSW EPISODE OVERVIEW Melody was named one of Business Insider’s “Most Innovative Coaches” for her work on “Sensitive Strivers.” Melody defines Sensitive Striver, and she talks about common challenges sensitive strivers face in the workplace. She talks a…
 
Okay…so let’s talk about getting crickets and what it feels like to always be chasing clients. Ugh, I know. Frustrating stuff. Want to know one of the biggest challenges I see to coaches and leaders reaching their people? First, let me say that this is not about popularity, likes or followers. It’s about really reaching your people on a deeper leve…
 
TITLE This feels so awkward; my vulnerability softens my husband and improves communication GUEST Anni Furniss EPISODE OVERVIEW This is an honest and vulnerable chat. Anni talks about feeling awkward, and how her vulnerability makes communication with her husband easier. She talks about expectations around friendships, and the challenges and corres…
 
TITLE I wanted to understand my wife, who is a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) GUEST Pete Childs EPISODE OVERVIEW Pete talks about wondering if he is a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). Taking the Online HSP Course helped Pete change how he looks at his interactions with his wife, who is a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). Pete learned to understand more a…
 
If you’re anything like me, there are likely one or two TED talks that have made a big impact on you. Two for me are Susan Cain’s The power of introverts and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s The danger of a single story. What do they have in common that made them land so powerfully? A clear message. But if you’re going to use your voice and share your tr…
 
TITLE The Power of Attachment Styles and the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) GUEST Jessica Fern, MS EPISODE OVERVIEW Jessica Fern explains why attachment is important; what fosters a secure attachment; what creates an insecure attachment; the 4 types of attachment systems, and she has an insight about the Highly Sensitive Person and attachment. We ta…
 
Today begins a brand new season of Unforgettable! A season dedicated to taking us back to the foundations of messaging. Starting with… What is messaging, really? Believe me, I’ve heard a lot of myths and misunderstandings in the past several years I’ve been leading messaging workshops and Masterminds! That it’s all about wordsmithing or dialing in …
 
TITLE Coming to a Place of Peace Being a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) GUEST Heather Bollman, MSN, RN EPISODE OVERVIEW Heather did not like being a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). She struggled with accepting the trait. She also felt challenged being a Highly Sensitive Person and working as a nurse. Heather talks about learning to accept how she’s w…
 
TITLE A Sensitive Man Who Embraces and Loves his Sensitivity. GUEST Andy Smallman EPISODE OVERVIEW Andy talks about being called a woman/man when he was a teacher, and having a girlfriend break up with him because he wasn’t “tough enough.” His personal stories embody vulnerability that most can relate to, and they show his remarkable resilience. An…
 
TITLE We (HSPs) are not too much GUEST Susan Kraker EPISODE OVERVIEW Susan is a therapist who specializes in relationships, and she works with the Highly Sensitive Person. She decided to take the Online HSP Course because she didn’t have many friends who were also Highly Sensitive. We had a rupture during one of the groups, and we talk about this. …
 
Guest Cindy Stockdale has degrees in Psychology and Archaeology as well as in depth study of yoga, nutrition, Shamanism, and Astrology. Cindy is an energy artist and empath who helps women reclaim their power, trust their intuition, regain body awareness, so they can end the cycle of self-betrayal. Listen in to find out ways you can begin your recl…
 
TITLE Leadership Skills that are innate traits for the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) GUEST Dr. Catherine Zeisner EPISODE OVERVIEW Dr. Catherine Zeisner describes what she calls competencies of good leadership. We talk about thriving, resiliency, authenticity, self-advocacy and the value of sharing one’s feelings. We relate these competencies back t…
 
Guest Catherine Polan Orzech LMFT, has worked in the field of mind-body wellness for almost two decades and has taught Mindfulness since 2000. In her new book “52 Simple Mindfulness Practices to Slow Down, Relieve Stress, and Nourish the Spirit- A Moment for Me” she shares intentional rituals for each week and season. Listen in to find out how mind…
 
Closing out Speaking to What Matters: Conversations on Messaging for a More Just World, here is my personal debrief with specific aha moments and learnings I took away from each leader about how to show up for social justice in your messaging. Listen in. A Few Takeaways: You can’t slap up new inclusive messaging on your website and expect more dive…
 
We’re all continually learning & navigating how to share in these times which are highly polarized and where a lot of our collective trauma is at the surface. As my guest today, Nisha Moodley, points out, we’re just at the beginning of learning how to be together on the internet. And we’re unlearning + relearning how to do it in a different, more g…
 
After decades as an artist and musician, Tamala Poljak decided to become a therapist because they’re passionate about working with people who have felt othered. Now they almost exclusively work with the LGBTQIA+ population and a lot with triadic partnerships, polyamory and different ways that people create family and home. Coming from a generation …
 
TITLE Boundaries, Consent and Creating Safety with Touch. A Conversation with a Certified Cuddle Therapist GUEST Keeley Shoup EPISODE OVERVIEW We underestimate the healing properties of touch, and the limitations of talk therapy. Keeley talks about the professional training to be a cuddle therapist. She rocks at communication, and setting clear exp…
 
My guest Jane Stafford has been a source of inspiration for me over the last few years. She is my weaving teacher who has taught me to be playful and curious in my weaving, which has been lessons for me to carry over into my business. Jane is upfront about her facing fears of traveling, her why behind doing online work, and the importance for her i…
 
TITLE Should We Call Sensitivity a Superpower? GUEST Solo episode EPISODE OVERVIEW If the trait of being a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) is neutral, is it incorrect to call being an HSP or sensitivity a superpower? This is something I’ve been thinking about for some time. Dr. Elaine Aron, who coined the trait Highly Sensitive Person, and has writte…
 
Today we hear from Trudi Lebron, a sought-after DEI Consultant whose goals are to: Bring more Black, brown, indigenous, latinx folks and other people of color into the coaching industry, both as practitioners AND participants Help white coaches create more diversity, equity and safer spaces to bring BIPOC folks into With a Masters (and PhD-in-progr…
 
If we design for the people with the most marginalized identities, the experience improves for everyone else. That’s a core belief of Kelly Diels, a Feminist Marketing Consultant who trains feminist copywriters and helps bake our beliefs into our business practices to generate money and justice. She saw that, working in the women’s empowerment spac…
 
Today’s conversation is with Cher Hale, a publicist & founder who’s using her PR company to amplify the voices of underrepresented and marginalized groups. After a year of offering podcast pitching services, Cher started noticing that the clients coming to her were mainly white upper-class life coaches. They were paying her well and sustaining a go…
 
Today, we’re joined by Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Coach Erica Courdae in a conversation that will make it easier for you to keep speaking up ~ especially if you’re scared you’ll mess up. This is to get us into imperfect action…even that thoughtful, caring side of ourselves that second-guesses what we share and just wants to say it the “…
 
TITLE The Rebellious Widow: A Practical Guide to Love and Life After Loss GUEST Jill Johnson-Young, LCSW EPISODE OVERVIEW Jill talks about the impetus for writing her newest book, "The Rebellious Widow: Reclaiming Life and Love after Loss," which came from the blogs she wrote through the deaths of both of her wives. Jill’s book is a guide to succes…
 
Guest Belinda Farrell has experienced profound losses, worked in a variety of settings, lead individuals and groups in swimming with the dolphins to healing her back with ancient Hawaiian healing called HUNA. Hear how this healing practice took her deep into her unconscious and why she has been sharing these practices with others for the past fifte…
 
Here we are, at the first episode of Speaking to What Matters: Conversations on Messaging for a More Just World. It’s my hope that this series of informal, real conversations with social justice leaders brings you at least one shift, aha moment, or breakthrough in how you want to show up. Here’s where we’ll be going & who we’ll be learning from: [1…
 
TITLE How to Manage Your Anxiety in a Holistic, Loving Way GUEST Victoria Albina EPISODE OVERVIEW Victoria defines anxiety, and we talk about social and anticipatory anxiety—especially as they are related to the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). Victoria talks about de-armoring, perfectionism, people-pleasing, and codependency. Victoria gives an abund…
 
Many highly sensitive professional women are intuitive, yet sometimes dismiss their hunches or inner wisdom. Learn ways to discern between your intuition guiding you or fears attempting to derail or cast doubt on your decisions or choices in life. Whether your preference is N or S on the Myers Briggs Type Indicator you can increase your intuitive a…
 
TITLE Everything is Love; I Love Myself GUEST Sarah Buino, LCSW EPISODE OVERVIEW In a culture that values and rewards productivity, it can be challenging for the Highly Sensitive Person, who thrives at being vs. doing. Sarah talks about coming to fully love herself. We talk about trauma training, boundaries, developmental trauma. We talk about the …
 
When you have a business to run, people to lead, a family to care for the last thing on your mind is taking care of a parent you haven’t seen or spoken to in years, yet you receive a phone call saying they have Alzheimer’s or Dementia and you are the main contact. Returning guest Laura Vaillancourt, LMHC and Geriatric Mental Health Specialist share…
 
TITLE 10 Strategies for Managing When You’re Feeling Down GUEST Solo episode EPISODE OVERVIEW Many of us are struggling with mood and high levels of ongoing stress. I give 10 tangible strategies for coping when we’re struggling. I also share about the challenges I experienced over the holidays and wondering if maybe I have SAD (Seasonal Affective D…
 
What does it mean to be a healthy leader? What are signs of unhealthy leadership? Do our words matter? Nicole shares her clinical experience of where she worked with those who wanted power over others vs empowering others. Find out the skills and characteristics between the two and ways you can help be the change. To listen and read the show notes:…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login