Today I’m talking with the beautiful Kylie Aloi.
She’s a Coach, Writer and Speaker who helps women tune out the noise and tune into themselves.
We’re talking about ditching the shoulds in life, creating space for creativity, the perception of success and why we often teach what we need to learn in life.
There’s also a bit of a Sarah rant about the crappy courses and dodgy dealers who promise the world and don’t deliver, why you don’t need a degree or piece of paper to rock your goals and we have a really honest discussion about depression, anxiety and mental illness and how it doesn’t have to define you or hold you back.
I’m really excited about today’s episode and I hope it inspires you to reach for the stars.
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Here’s what we’re talking about
- Doing what you want versus doing what you think you “should” be doing.
Tuning out the noise and tuning into you.
Creating space to connect with your creativity.
Why giving yourself a break when you’re learning something new is so important.
How not to quit when you’re feeling like shit.
Why it’s ok to stay off social media and not read other people’s blog posts when you’re trying to create.
Why you don’t need a piece of paper to prove your worth.
The reality of business rather than the smoke and mirrors.
Depression, anxiety and mental illness – why it doesn’t have to define you or hold you back in life and in business.
Why a self-care routine is so important for your self and your sanity.
Why the only constant in business is change.
Why other people’s reactions to what you share is not about you.
Resources mentioned in this interview
Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert^
You Don’t Own Me from the movie the First Wives’ Club
Connect with Kylie
Kylie Aloi’s Website
What’s been your biggest learning from today’s episode? Share in the comments below.
P.S. If you enjoyed this episode, have a listen to my chat with Mindfulness Coach and #1 podcaster Rachael Kable
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