Inner Critic and Squandering Potential with Coach Jennie

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You’ve wrestled with your inner critic and you’ve let the voice in your head run your whole life. Now you’re worried she is winning this fight. If you’ve let those negative thoughts hold you back from taking big steps towards your goals and dreams, then you’ll definitely want to tune into this episode with guest Coach Jennie. We discuss how this voice you hear in your head is keeping you filtered (and why it's totally normal).

Coach Jennie is the expert in the Inner-Critic, or as she calls her - Hilda. She is the author of Hilda: Tackle Your Inner Naysayer, Get Out of Your Own Way, and Unleash Your Badassery. Oh, and by the way, she’s MY coach, too. I have worked with Jennie for several years to learn how to get out of my own way. Now, it’s my turn to share her with you.

Coach Jennie and I chatted about:

  • What “squandering your potential” really means
  • How the self-proclaimed gurus are gaslighting their followers
  • Why hanging out with like-minded people is actually dangerous for your growth
  • A big shift she made in her own business that scared the crap out of her (but she did it anyway)
  • Why coming out meant becoming unfiltered

Resources mentioned in this episode:

Coach Jennie’s Website

#NoMatterWhat Event

About Coach Jennie

Jennie Mustafa-Julock is the Inner Critic Expert and creator of “Hilda”. With a master's degree in Organization Development, she has developed & co-created coaching tools and techniques that have been tested and validated with hundreds of clients for over 10 years. She’s the catalyst for clients launching new businesses, writing their first books, negotiating career leaps, taking adventures around the world and so much more.

This episode has a moderate F-Bomb Factor.



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