In this FB Live episode, we discuss that you don't need to show up as the loudest and most gregarious person in the room in order to show up and stand in your power. This is particularly important for introverts. Your power is not defined by the interactions within your environment.
All of us have superpowers.
Powers we can use to help us claim lives of meaning and purpose, stand in our worth, and own the shit out of our greatness.
In the next several podcasts, we’ll explore these superpowers and show you how to access them.
Today’s podcast begins with the biggest superpower of all: BREATHING. Give it a listen.
On this FB Live Episode, we talk about the power of failing. Failing means that you've taken a risk, you've tried something new, you're willing to grow and stretch and learn. We celebrate this in children and yet we beat ourselves up for it. Today we break that down.
“This is a nightmare!”
“I’m so overwhelmed”
“I never get ahead.”
Careful. Your language shapes your experience.
How you talk about your life, yourself, or anything else has the power to affect everything. You must recognize that how you talk isn’t narrating the experience you’re having but creating it.
To find out why, and ways to change your language, listen to today’s podcast.
On this FB Live episode, we discuss the choices we make in order to structure the kind of life from which we don't want to escape. This is "self-care."
Do you ever feel like an imposter?
You know, like someone will figure out once and for all that you have NO IDEA WHAT YOU’RE DOING?
I used to say that everyone suffers from imposter syndrome, but that’s not exactly true.
It’s only those people who are pushing the envelope and taking risks that experience imposter syndrome.
To find out why, and ways to combat imposter syndrome, take a listen to today’s podcast.
My FB Live from Wednesday 03/06/19 has been uploaded as a bonus podcast episode on Tap Into Your Power: The Amplify Project Podcast. This week we discussed why it's so important that we rethink "authenticity."
My work helps you find your voice and amplify it.
But what do I mean by “your voice?” And why is it important for you to find it?
Finding your voice is really all about finding yourself. Who are you and how do you want to show up in the world?
Once you know that, you can amplify your voice through nonverbal skills and become really powerful.
Give the podcast a listen to learn ways to find your voice and amplify it.
My FB Live from Wednesday 02/27/19 has been uploaded as a bonus podcast episode on Tap Into Your Power: The Amplify Project Podcast. This week we build on the idea of "range" as it applies to communication (both verbal and nonverbal). The challenge is to expand your range, which draws you out of your comfort zone, but provides the true path to living in your power. It's a constant battle of choosing Power or Comfort.
“What’s with all the self-development stuff, Sari?”
You may have noticed that I’m ALL about getting you to unpack your “stuff” lately. But you also know, if you’ve followed me for a while, that I am a communications guru who helps people up their game.
What I realized over the past fifteen years is that skills are not enough. If you want to take your communication to the next level, you’ve got to start on the inside. And that’s because you communicate who you are.
If you’re anxious, nervous, scared, or simply unaware, you will communicate it.
Give a listen to the podcast to find out why. Body language begins in the brain. If you want to fix your communication, you’ve got to first fix your brain.
Sari de la Motte
Sari posts a weekly podcast with tips, tools, and inspirations for how YOU can "TAP into your Power." Plus, bonus FB Live Episodes taken from her weekly Wednesday Lives at 9:15am (Pacific) on Facebook