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027: Megan Hale and the Enoughness Revolution

Who is Megan?

Megan Hale is a retired psychotherapist and relationship coach who guides women and couples to transformative love, authentic self-expression, and soul shifting freedom built on truth, courage, and integrity.

She’s the podcast host of The Enoughness Revolution, a conversation on creating joy in life, work, and love, and the creator of Wild and Holy Weekend, a biannual transformative retreat for women ready to reconnect with who they are, what they want, and take action that honors their soul.

She’s a mother, wife, die-hard foodie, and eternal seeker of building trust in ourselves and trust in God as we ebb and flow with life’s magic. She lives in San Antonio, TX, with her husband, son, and two dogs.

Quotes from Megan 

We know the edges of our comfort zone. Bravery is pushing those edges and stepping over them—and it’s going to be different for all of us. So you can’t compare your bravery to my bravery, your bravery to anybody else’s bravery because we all have different edges. We all have different comfort zones. We all have different dreams. (8:18)

Anytime we’re overwhelmed, it takes our power away. My first piece for me is managing overwhelm, and it’s taken me a long time to do that for myself. The things that have helped me is I only think in increments of three days at a time if I have a lot going on. Because if I think to next week or next even two weeks from now, it’s too much time for me to manage cognitively. And I also usually have only three big goals on my plate at a time. (9:55)

What You’ll Learn

  • How to take charge of your calendar by scheduling in white space first before work and personal obligations
  • How to “say no” strategies to keep yourself from spreading yourself too thin
  • Having clarity is the first step to understanding what your values are
  • Reflections and tools for cultivating “enoughness” in your life

Resources and How to Connect:
Megan’s Website: http://www.megan-hale.com/
Social Media: FacebookInstagram, and Podcast
Resources Mentioned: Brene Brown’s Ted Talk on Vulnerability

Other Listening Options:
Individual player or full player view on website: http://lorirochino.com/podcast-2/

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