In this episode, we have Emily Sander, a writer, speaker, and personal development coach. Emily shares her journey of overcoming adversity, depression, and anxiety to find her purpose and passion. She talks about her experience of writing her first book, “The Second Best Thing,” which is about finding purpose and joy in life, and how it has helped her to inspire and motivate others. Emily also shares some powerful insights on how to overcome limiting beliefs, develop a growth mindset, and create a fulfilling life. So, if you’re looking for inspiration, motivation, and practical tips to help you live your best life, then this episode is for you. Stay tuned and enjoy the show!
- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/next-level-emily
- Website: www.nextlevel.coach
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/NextLevelEmily
Hacks to take Away
- Emily Sander is an executive coach who helps leaders to develop their skills and make better decisions.
- Emily shares a framework called “Three Circles” that helps individuals to make better decisions by defining an external event (Circle 1), an ideal outcome (Circle 3), and the action needed to bridge the gap (Circle 2).
- The Three Circles framework can be applied in many different circumstances, and it forces individuals to define their desired outcome, which is often skipped over in emotional situations.
- Circle 1 represents an external event that drops in your lap or comes across your desk, and Circle 3 represents your ideal outcome.
- Circle 2 is the action needed to bridge the gap between Circle 1 and Circle 3, which requires checking oneself before reacting impulsively and assessing the best course of action to achieve the desired outcome.
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