No rule book says you can't be your child's friend. Why is this still a debate? You must create an environment where your child can share and talk to you. Nobody is free to speak up in an unfriendly environment, which is the same with kids.
In today's society, with our awareness about traumas, mental health, and its triggers, I say yes to being your child's friend, yes to being a parent! They are not two separate things; they are one! If you practice gentle parenting that comes with tender loving care, you realize that you are already friends with your child.
In this episode of The Princess and the B, Charise Freeman, an Air Force veteran and abuse survivor who left the Air Force to build a stronger relationship with her daughter and is now helping parents create healthy relationships with their children, shares tips for growing a healthy relationship with your kids. You get the subconscious strategies to shift to living in alignment so that you show up feeling...
I'm Kimberly Spencer, your host at the Crown Yourself podcast, and today I'm thrilled to share a personal journey that's close to my heart. It's a story of dreams, determination, and the power of collective intention.
Just a year ago, my family and I were house hunting, imagining the possibilities each property held. Little did we know, our dream home was just around the corner. This journey wasn't without its challenges, but we held onto our vision, and I'm excited to share how it all unfolded.
I'm Kimberly Spencer, your host at Crown Yourself podcast, and I'm thrilled to share some exciting insights from our latest episode. We had the pleasure of hosting Cami Travis-Groves, a transformational coach and founder of The Freelance CEO, who shared her wisdom on transformational coaching and the power of good juju in businesses.
Here are some key takeaways:
Unlocking Breakthroughs: We discussed how breakthroughs are like unlocking a safe, where surface-level limiting beliefs are like a piggy bank that can easily be opened, while core beliefs require more effort to unlock.
Good Juju in Business: Cami explained that good juju is another word for love, and love has a place in business. It's about bringing positivity and warmth into your work environment.
Embrace Vulnerability and Curiosity: We highlighted the importance of vulnerability and curiosity in personal growth and manifestation. Embracing failure and practicing new things can lead to growth and learning....
I'm excited to share some insights from our latest podcast episode, where we explored the concept of understanding the seasons of your life and business.
Nature's Seasons as Life's Metaphor: Just as nature has its seasons, so do our bodies, businesses, and relationships. Winter is a time for rest, spring for growth, summer for passion, and autumn for reaping rewards. Recognizing and embracing the season you're in is key to navigating life's ups and downs.
Personal Journey: I shared my postpartum journey, a winter season of rest and repair, followed by a spring of growth and passion. This personal experience highlighted the importance of acknowledging and honoring our body's seasons.
Business Seasons: The same concept applies to our careers and businesses. A break from a corporate job can be a winter season, while actively pursuing new opportunities can be a summer season.
Winter in Business: Winter can feel destructive and challenging, but surviving it can lead to...
Have you ever wondered how you can “do it all”? Do you have so many different roles and possibilities - author, speaker, coach, mentor, investor, artist - and don’t know how to “niche down?”
Then I am thrilled for you to listen to this episode with the multi-passionate entrepreneur, Boyd Petersen. Boyd is not only a business profit coach & magazine owner, but also a children's book author, a sci-fi author, and the founder of a social media agency!
Here are some key takeaways you’ll get from this convo:
Balancing Multiple Passions: Discover how you can allocate time for each passion with Boyd’s system of time blocking for your creative pursuits.
The Journey to Becoming a Best-Selling Author: With six business books and two fiction books under his belt, Boyd shares his secrets to delivering multiple book babies with consistency.
The Power of Community: Learn how you can leverage your social...
You are expansive, immense, a Divine, infinite being encased in a human meat-sack of a body, so how in the heck can you contort yourself into - gasp! - just one mold?!
As a multi-passionate entrepreneur myself, whose changed careers a few times in the past two decades - from screenwriter to Pilates instructor to president of an e-commerce startup to coaching to CEO, to mom, wife, health and fitness lover, writer, content creator, podcaster - I could go on, but I think you get the point, I get the challenge of that dreaded question…
“So what do you do?”
But, living in this 3-D world, it’s essential that you know how to define that “special sauce” that is the thing that you do so epically well.
Does it make you who you are? Somewhat.
I'm thrilled to share with you the latest episode of the Crown Yourself podcast, where I had the pleasure of hosting Natalie Wallace, a successful network marketer and a beacon of hope for those with ADHD or neurodiversity.
Success Despite Neurodiversity: Natalie's story is a testament to the fact that neurodiversity doesn't hinder success. She's living proof that with the right mindset and strategies, you can achieve your dreams, regardless of your diagnosis.
The Secret Sauce to Success: Natalie attributes her success to aligning with the right mentorship and leadership. She emphasizes the importance of finding mentors who have achieved success in all areas of life, as their values and coaching can greatly impact one's success.
Habits that Foster Success: Natalie shares her successful habits, such as hyper organization, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and focusing on long-term effects rather than immediate gratification. She also highlights the importance of...
I'm thrilled to share some exciting insights from my recent podcast episode where we dove deep into the concept of accountability. This episode is a game-changer, and I can't wait for you to listen!
Accountability to Your Highest Self: We often look for accountability from external sources, but the real magic happens when we hold ourselves accountable to our highest self. I shared an exercise that I use with my clients to envision their best selves and imagine achieving their goals. It's a powerful shift in perception that can lead to incredible results.
The Future of Coaching: I mentioned Brendan Burchard's prediction about the future of coaching - AI replacing accountability coaches. It's a fascinating concept that emphasizes the importance of intrinsic motivation and personal commitment.
Personal Transformation: I posed a thought-provoking question - would your future self fire you based on your current output and quality of work? It's a call...
I'm Kimberly Spencer, your host of Crown Yourself podcast, and I'm thrilled to share with you some insights from my latest episode. This one is a deeply personal journey, a tale of transformation, love, and the profound impact of motherhood.
The Birth of a Mother: My son Declan has been a phenomenal force in my life. His arrival not only birthed him into the world but also birthed me into a deeper sense of motherhood. It's a magical bond that has the power to transmute and transform.
Love vs. Attachment: This episode delves into the difference between love and attachment. Detachment doesn't mean not loving, but rather freeing ourselves from the energy that binds us to others. It's a concept inspired by Buddha's teaching that the root of suffering is attachment.
Facing Fears and Challenges: As a new mother, I faced my share of fears and challenges, including a potential diagnosis for Declan. This journey led me to healing and growth, and I'm excited to share this with...
I'm thrilled to share with you the latest episode of our podcast where we had the pleasure of hosting Jan “JOY” Hoath, the "Queen of Joy". This episode is a deep dive into the essence of joy, and how it can be found even in the darkest corners of our lives.
Here are some key takeaways: