Have you ever had someone tell you to just stop caring what other people think? 🙋♀️ Maybe they told you to go for your dreams and ignore other people’s comments, advice, or opinions. While there is some truth to that advice, it can make people think that NO opinions matter. Instead of not caring what ANYONE thinks, we should learn to care about what the RIGHT people think. In this episode of the SHE podcast, Jordan takes a look at how to navigate other people’s opinions in a healthy way and stop worrying about what everyone else thinks about your goal or dream. Consider this your reminder to stop worrying about what everyone and their mother thinks and instead focus on leaning into what the right people think. Grab those headphones and hit play to learn: Why the advice to “not worry about what others think” isn’t always helpful How to determine whose advice you should listen to Ways to navigate other people’s opinions in a healthy way How to have healthy conversations when your opinions differ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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How to Leverage the Strengths of Your Female Brain (Ft. Dr. Tracy Alloway)
34:55Have you ever heard someone say that women tend to make emotional decisions? Or maybe you’ve been told that women have to act like men in order to be an effective leader. These are just a couple of the myths we’re often told about how a woman’s brain works. While it’s true that women’s brains work differently than men, there are still a lot of misconceptions about what that really looks like. So in this episode, Jordan chats with award-winning psychologist, professor, author, and TEDx speaker Dr. Tracy Alloway to uncover the unique strengths of a woman’s brain and how to make them work for you. Tune in to this knowledge-packed episode and learn: How women adopting masculine traits is hurting not helping The unique strengths of a woman’s brain How to make a more rational decision when you’re feeling stressed Myths we believe about women’s brains and the truth behind them How changing one word can make a difference in your thoughts To learn more from Dr. Alloway, visit her at www.tracyalloway.com or on Instagram @drtracyalloway. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
5 Things Church Forgot to Teach Us About Virtuous Women
17:11If anyone has ever told you, or even just made you think, that a virtuous godly woman is not an absolute boss, they might have left out some really important information. Chances are, you’ve probably heard about the traits of a virtuous woman described in Proverbs 31, so you know that she’s described as wise, faithful, and generous. She honors her husband, takes care of her family, and helps the poor. But there are a few other traits in Proverbs 31 that we sometimes overlook (but are just as important). So in this episode of the SHE podcast, Jordan shares 5 traits of a virtuous woman that we sometimes forget Make sure you grab your headphones and tune in to this episode to learn: What a Proverbs 31 woman really looks like 5 traits of a virtuous women that we often forget Why you don’t have to do everything at once What the Bible says about women making money See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A Guide to Becoming Unshakably Confident (Ft. Amanda Pittman)
41:31Have you ever struggled to find confidence during a difficult season? Perhaps you’re trying to muster it up in your own strength, but you’re falling short. Or maybe what you were so confident about seems to have fallen apart, and now you don’t know where you stand. Or maybe you’re struggling to have confidence in God’s will and timing for your life, but you don’t know how to move past the fear and doubt. In this episode, Jordan speaks with the founder of Confident Woman Co., Amanda Pittman, to explore how we can build our confidence in God. If you’re ready to stand in confidence, even in the midst of fear or change, then make sure you grab your headphones and tune in to this episode to learn: The difference between godly confidence and internal confidence What prevents us from having confidence Why manifestation isn’t the same as Godly confidence How to walk in confidence in the midst of fear and change The four stages of change and how to confidently walk through them To learn more from Amanda, go to www.confidentwomanco.com. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
7 Ways to Reduce BPA Exposure In Your Home
12:58Chances are, you’ve probably heard the term “BPA” thrown around a lot. You might have noticed on your grocery run that certain bottles or even cans advertise that they’re “BPA-free” or you might have come across an article about the dangers of BPA while you were researching something. Maybe you heard about it and rolled your eyes because it seems like everything nowadays causes health issues and, well, you’re too tired to keep up with it all. Or maybe you’ve been making an effort to switch over to non-toxic products, but reducing your BPA exposure seems overwhelming on top of everything else you’re doing to build a healthier home. Well, the truth is that BPA’s are indeed a pretty toxic chemical found in plastics. But rest, assured, reducing your exposure to BPA is really not as difficult as you might think. In this episode, Jordan shares 7 easy ways that you can start reducing your BPA exposure today. Tune in to learn: What BPA’s are and why they can harm our health How to make swaps that will still work with your budget 7 ways you can reduce your exposure to BPA’s How to select non-toxic pots and pans Interested in Jordan's new mentorship program, The Multipassionate Cure? Go to learn.theownitacademy.com/mentorship to enroll in the program by September 24. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How to Set Boundaries as a People Pleaser
23:50“Okay, sure, I can get that work done tonight.” “I can babysit - that’s not a problem.” “Of course I can help out with that. I’ll just move some things around.” “That’s my one night off, but I can volunteer.” Have you ever found yourself saying “yes” to something, even when you’re already at your capacity? If you have a big heart for helping others and making a difference, you’ve probably found yourself falling into the trap of people pleasing. Maybe setting boundaries makes you feel selfish or maybe saying “no” makes you feel like you’re letting people down. In this episode, Jordan digs deep into the lies we believe about people pleasing and how to stop trying to make everyone happy. Whether you’re a recovering people pleaser, or an active one, this episode will offer you lots of tips on how to set the boundaries you need. Tune in to learn: Why trying to make everyone happy is not the secret to being liked by others Healthy ways to communicate your boundaries to others How to say no in a way that’s productive and kind Why boundaries matter P.S. Interested in Jordan's new mentorship program, The Multipassionate Cure? Go to learn.theownitacademy.com/mentorship to enroll in the program by September 24. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Why You Don't Have to Do It All Right Now (Ft. My Mom!)
52:24Have you ever felt like there’s an underlying message in society that you have to find your passion, build a great career, be a rockstar, and manage to have a family all at the same time (and all by the time you’re 30)? The problem with this message is that it often leads women to feel like they’re somehow behind in life, and causes us to juggle too many things at once, leading to burnout. If that sounds familiar, then this episode is just what you need. Jordan brings her mom, Linda Wawrzyniak, on to the show for a candid conversation about the pressure to do it all, learning to navigate life’s seasons, the importance of taking your time, and how to adjust in the midst of uncertainty or change. So, stretch those fingers and hit that play button to learn: How to navigate life’s seasons and the importance of taking your time The difference between doing it well vs. doing it all How complacency and contentment are different Why some people adjust to change differently The secret of making successful adjustments in life To hear more from Linda, check out her new book, Million Dollar Adjustments: The Power of Small Changes on Performance, Productivity and Peace, or visit her Instagram page @lindawawrzyniak. And if you're interested in the new mentorship program, The Multipassionate Cure, you can learn more or get on the waitlist here. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
High Standards vs. Unrealistic Expectations
13:52Have you ever been told that your standards are “too high” or that you have unrealistic expectations? Let’s be honest, sometimes it can be really difficult to tell the difference between having high standards (whether they’re for relationships, work, or even your health) and having unrealistic expectations. While high standards can be great to have, if they start to turn into unrealistic expectations, you could be setting yourself up for a lot of unnecessary stress and pressure. But, the question is: how do you know if you’re setting high standards or clinging onto unrealistic expectations? And what can you do about it if you start to realize that you do have some unrealistic expectations? In this episode of the SHE podcast, Jordan answers all of those questions as she explores how to have high standards (without expecting perfection or adding unnecessary stress to your life). Grab those headphones and tune in to learn: The difference between having high standards and unrealistic expectations How unrealistic expectations can set you up for disappointment and unneeded stress Examples of high standards and when they can turn into unrealistic expectations How to identify when you’re starting to have unrealistic expectations See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How to Decrease Inflammation and Heal With Food (Ft. Molly Thompson)
33:45Does this sound familiar? You know you want to start eating healthier so you can prioritize your health and show up fully for your work, family, and community. So you hop onto Google or Pinterest and start looking up what you should and shouldn’t eat. Before you know it, you’re 100 articles deep and everyone seems to be giving different advice. You don’t even know what to do anymore. Do you eat the dang avocado or not?! 🥑 In this episode, Jordan brings on food blogger Molly Thompson to help answer that question and to talk about the power of eating an anti-inflammatory diet. So go ahead - stretch those fingers and hit that play button to learn: What inflammation is and why it matters What an anti-inflammatory diet looks like Quick and easy anti-inflammatory Recipe ideas The hardest part of changing what you eat (and how to overcome it) Tips for choosing healthy options when eating out or traveling You can find lots of Molly’s delicious recipes at whatmollymade.com, or grab her new cookbook, The Anti-Inflammatory Diet Made Simple. And to see Molly’s list of trusted healthcare providers, click here. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How to Navigate Other People's Opinions
9:05Have you ever had someone tell you to just stop caring what other people think? 🙋♀️ Maybe they told you to go for your dreams and ignore other people’s comments, advice, or opinions. While there is some truth to that advice, it can make people think that NO opinions matter. Instead of not caring what ANYONE thinks, we should learn to care about what the RIGHT people think. In this episode of the SHE podcast, Jordan takes a look at how to navigate other people’s opinions in a healthy way and stop worrying about what everyone else thinks about your goal or dream. Consider this your reminder to stop worrying about what everyone and their mother thinks and instead focus on leaning into what the right people think. Grab those headphones and hit play to learn: Why the advice to “not worry about what others think” isn’t always helpful How to determine whose advice you should listen to Ways to navigate other people’s opinions in a healthy way How to have healthy conversations when your opinions differ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A Grace-Based Guide to Sustainable Living (Ft. Laura Wittig)
38:00Sustainability sounds great in theory, but it can feel impossible to put into practice. In a world where “eco-friendly” is trending, how do you even differentiate between products that are actually good for the earth, versus those that aren’t? Is it even possible to become a more conscious consumer without breaking the bank? And does it even make a difference? It can be hard to know where to start without feeling the pressure to throw away all of our old beauty and cleaning products, go vegan, and commit to using one square of toilet paper a day. If you’re interested in making small, simple changes, or just learning more about what sustainability really is, then this episode is for you. Tune in as J hears from Laura Wittig, CEO and co-founder of brightly.eco, a media platform that features content, community, and brand recommendations that ignite change via conscious consumerism, to learn some practical steps you can take to live a more eco-friendly life, without overhauling your entire life. You’ll learn: What sustainability really is Why sustainability doesn’t need to be expensive Gardening tips for beginners Tips for reading labels to find eco-friendly products Practical changes you can make as a consumer to live more sustainably To learn more from Laura and access her resources, check out brightly.eco. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.