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  • Spreading The Love

    Have you noticed all of the help wanted signs posted in your neighborhood? Businesses are struggling to stay open as the pandemic looms over us. The ripple effect can be seen in all areas of our life.  As we hear more and more about Covid, new variants and more mandates it seems endless. What makes it worse is the little understanding people seem to have for one another. In this episode, Autumn Shields speaks out about spreading more love and light to the people around us. When we start building each other up, rather than being divisive, we can build a better society. Autumn Shields is a speaker, author, podcaster and entrepreneur. She was a police victim advocate in Colorado and during her career she was able to assist thousands of crime victims. While she was working in this field and helping raise four children, Autumn started building a business in social marketing with a health and wellness company.  Within a few years she was promoted to the top 2% in her company. She now lives a life by design and helps others do the same.  If you have been struggling with how much negativity is in the world right now, tune in to see how you can help contribute more kindness to the world. 

    Here’s what we discussed in today’s episode:

    • Understanding how everyone struggles differently
    • What you can do to start spreading kindness and creating a change
    • Tools to help you create a different environment & experience for yourself 

    Connect with Autumn Shields:

    Website:  http://www.AutumnShields.com

    Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/738561083314286/?ref=share

    Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/livingyourlifealive/

    Linkedin:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/thenudges/

  • Letting Go Of Hurt To Live More Fully Alive

    Has there been certain events or people that hurt you in your life that you are having a hard time letting go of? What do you do with that hurt? How do you process trauma? Everyone has gone through the trials and tribulations of their own life, but how that hurt is dealt with, is what really matters. Join Autumn Shields as she opens up about the hurt she has experienced not only around her, but  in her own life as well. You will walk away from this episode being able to recognize the hurt you’re hanging on to, if you’ve created an identity around your hurt, and tools to help you let go of that hurt so you can live life more fully alive. If you’re having trouble letting go and accepting how you have been hurt throughout your life, don’t miss out on this episode! 

    Here’s what we discussed in today’s episode:

    • Identifying the hurt you have buried or that you need to let go of.
    • Taking on your hurt as an identity.
    • Visualizations and more tools that can help you cope

    Connect with Autumn Shields:

    Website:  http://www.AutumnShields.com

    Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/738561083314286/?ref=share

    Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/livingyourlifealive/

    Linkedin:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/thenudges/

  • What’s The Worst That Can Happen?

    Got worry? Are there times your mind comes up with every bad scenario and you can’t seem to shut it off? Do you get overwhelmed and feel drained from constant worry and anxiety? Constant worrying, negative thinking, and expecting the worst can take a toll on your emotional and physical health. Autumn Shields brings in Jen Costantino to discuss what it’s like being a chronic worrier and how Jen overcomes it daily by implementing certain tools. When situations come up that are out of your control, you can ask yourself, what’s the worst that can happen? In result, your brain doesn’t spiral down an irrational path of what ifs. Join Autumn Shields and Jen Costantino as they break the cycle of worry and they start focusing on taking control where they CAN, and you can too! 

    Here’s what we discussed in today’s episode:

    • Where worry comes from and how it’s adopted as a belief system
    • Breaking the cycle 
    • Tools you can implement daily to worry less