Marsha Shandur of Yes Yes Marsha deep dives into how her inner beasts treats her with such disdain and how she deals with it. This was a fun interview and I felt a kinship of someone that has done deep work that has helped her fly higher.
One of my favorite aspects of this interview is Marsha’s willingness to open up and talk about her inner demons and how they affect her life. It’s important that we are honest with what is going on in our lives, the good and the bad, so we can learn and help each other.
1:01 – Three things that Marsha is grateful for.
3:11 – Deepening your mindset practice.
5:10 – Tetris Effect.
8:02 – The flipside of acceptance.
11:30 – Unconscious bias.
13:10 – Where was she born.
13:49 – What was she like as a kid.
16:18 – What we think is cool in high school and what we think is cool as adults.
19:45 – Our inner dialogue.
21:59 – What do we do to quiet our inner beast.
26:20 – Bringing empathy to our inner beasts.
31:10 – Understanding how our beliefs determine our feelings.
34:02 – When we notice the little choices that we are making we can build self awareness.
37:25 – A mindset practice makes it easier to bounce back from a difficult situation.
38:15 – Micro-habits.
39:34 – Why does she have trouble celebrating the good things in her life.
44:58 – The importance of a quality ritual around an evening routine.
46:20 – Evening journal prompts that helps her with her mindset.
48:50 – Recourse from yesyesmarsha.com/gratefulmind.
49:54 – Notice what your inner beasts is saying to you.
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