Today I’m talking with the gorgeous Carla Da Costa about confidence, gratitude, and creating positive change, so you can get out of your head and into your heart.
Carla’s a Life Coach who guides women to live their most vibrant and fulfilling life. She’s on a mission to inspire women around the world to create positive change in their lives through her beautiful Living With Heart series of books.
In this episode, we talk about how to start connecting with your most confident self, and how gratitude, and trying new things, can change your business and your life.
We also talk about just how personal to get when you’re sharing your stories and experiences online, and how you can make your business a reflection of who you really are, rather than falling into the “should” trap.
Plus, Carla shares her tips to help you get out of your head and into your heart, so you can grow your confidence, silence the fears, and bring your dreams to life.
There’s so much goodness in this episode, I hope you love it.
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AHA! moments from the episode:
- What would your most confident self do?
- Even the smallest steps can create big change.
- Do more, think less.
- There’s power in silencing fear.
Resources from the episode
Guided Meditations – My Inner Bliss Meditations by Ariadne Kapsali
Guided Meditations – The Calm App
Meditation Music – Sonesence
Goal Rocking Resources
Free Rock Your Goals Facebook Group – a fun, supportive and inspiring space for female bloggers, entrepreneurs and business owners.
Free Goal Rocking Community – instant access to free eBooks, checklists and a goals clarity webinar to help you grow your business.
P.S. If you enjoyed this episode, you might also enjoy the conversation I had with Chloe Wigan about all things gratitude.
+ Loving shout out to the amazing Ane Novak who created the wonderful tune “Happy Day” (the awesome intro & outro music to Rock Your Goals the podcast) which still gets me grooving in my seat every time I hear it.