46: How do you know when it is time to stop simmering?

Hello, my ah-mazing empty nest friend!
 
A question I have been asked lately by listeners and clients is, “Christine, how will I know when it is time to stop simmering?” This episode is my response. 
 
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What You Will Learn in this Episode: 

    • Who will know when your are done simmering
    • The importance of your motivating factors
    • Why the work in the simmer is so important

Episode Questions for You To Consider

  1. What thoughts come to your mind as you listen to this episode? 
  2. Do you have a particular simmer that you are working through right now? 

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Become a GPS Exec, today!

You are preparing for the empty nest ahead as your child(ren) prepares, heads off to, and experiences college.

45: Why is this work so difficult?

Hello, my ah-mazing empty nest friend!
 
Just in case you were wondering, I revert to autopilot some days. Gasp! Yes, it is true. I appreciate it when I notice these days and can move forward quickly. I love the work, and I believe in it one hundred percent, but I believe I must provide you with proper warnings on what you may expect when you do this work.

 

This work will always be in our lives, and in this episode, I talk a bit about why it isn’t easy.

Take a listen or read the full transcript below. 
 
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What You Will Learn in this Episode: 

    • Why this work isn’t always easy
    • Tips on how to proceed when you notice thought deliveries that you aren’t able to stop
    • Remember to be thankful when you level up

Episode Questions for You To Consider

  1. Have you experienced the push-back?
  2. How have you been handling the push-back and leveling up?

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🎙🎙 New episode!🎙🎙🎙 October 18, 2019 Hello, my ah-mazing empty nest friend! Just in case you were wondering, I revert to autopilot some days. Gasp! Yes, it is true. I appreciate it when I notice these days and can move forward quickly. I love the work, and I believe in it one hundred percent, but I believe I must provide you with proper warnings on what you may expect when you do this work. This work will always be in our lives, and in this episode, I talk a bit about why it isn't easy. Listen wherever you listen to podcasts – or use link in bio! Full transcript is available on my website. 🐦 https://youremptynestcoach.com/p45/ 🐦What You Will Learn in this Episode: 🎙Why this work isn't always easy 🎙Tips on how to proceed when you notice thought deliveries that you aren't able to stop 🎙Remember to be thankful when you level up 🐦🐦🐦🐦🐦 #EmptyNest #NewEpisode #Quote #EmptyNestPrep #YourEmptyNestCoach #EmptyNestCoach #FridayThoughts #EmpoweringWomen #Podcaster #Warning

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Become a GPS Exec, today!

You are preparing for the empty nest ahead as your child(ren) prepares, heads off to, and experiences college.