On today’s show, Nicole’s shares an update on her health journey which includes new therapies such as working with a naturopath over the past eight months, Salt bed (halotherapy), Holistic Energy Coaching and Hydrocolon therapy.
Nicole also shares information about the two most recent personal development books she’s listened to on Audible:
The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz The book offers a code of conduct based on ancient Toltec wisdom that advocates freedom from self-limiting beliefs that may cause suffering and limitation in a person’s life.
The four agreements are:
Be impeccable with your word.
Don’t take anything personally.
Don’t make assumptions.
Always do your best.
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
Told from the perspective of a shepherd boy, the idea that all individuals should live in the singular pursuit of their individual dreams. And each detour or roadblock is part of the plan to prepare you.
She encourages listeners to write a list of 10 traits you have that frame your identity (positive/negative). Ask a friend or spouse to do the same for perspective. Here are Nicole’s ten traits.
- Person with an autoimmune disorder (sick)
- Supportive friend
- Wellness warrior
- Loving mother, spouse, daughter
How do you want to show up? How is that framed? Is it positive or negative? Is that truly helping you to be who you want to be? How can you change that mindset? Flip those self limiting beliefs?
Nicole questions whether her top two choices are negatively framed. Choose to change the emotional trigger associated with each. Does it fill your cup? What can you let go of or lean into?
Identity can play a huge role in your overall health and wellness. Are you a Debbie Downer or Positive Patty? Nicole shares stories about her friend Kathi that recently beat cancer for the second time and her coffee meet up with friend of the podcast Dawn Whelan.
Thanks for tuning into today’s show. I hope that you take time to discover who you are today and identify whether or not you’re fulfilled or if you have work to do to become the best version of you. We’re in control of how we show up.
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