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Burnout to Balance with Hannah Brencher

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Welcome to the show! Today, we are with one of my favorite smart girls- Hannah Brencher. She is a bestselling author, speaker, and course creator. She’s back on the show and sharing the behind-the-scenes you won’t get anywhere else. Hannah is the founder of More Love Letters, a global love letter-writing movement (leaving letters for strangers), a TED speaker, an entrepreneur, an author, and an online educator. 

Hannah teaches people to establish important disciplines through her fantastic online courses and doesn’t shy away from tough topics like mental illness. I’m so excited for you to get to hear from her today! In her new book, The Unplugged Hours: Cultivating a Life of Presence in a Digitally Connected World, Hannah demonstrates how powering down changed her entire life. The Unplugged Hours gives you the practical ideas and spiritual inspiration you need to stop scrolling and start living.

Join Hannah and I as we talk about:

  • What burnout looks like and how to move forward

  • The importance of unplugging and powering down

  • Selling and creating courses that are right for you and your audience 

  • Being willing to experiment and try new things

  • Using social media in a healthy way

Favorite quotes: 

  • (9;16 audio) “Little by little, you change and you develop but you have to be really careful that you don’t change and develop into what you think other people want you to be.”

  • (19:24 audio) “Knowing your readers and your audience and knowing what they want is so critical because you have this opportunity to serve them.”

  • (21:32 audio ) “Be willing to experiment. It is okay to feel nervous and afraid, it means you care. It would be more problematic if you felt nothing at all.”

  • (26:13 audio) “Create before you consume.”

  • (29:30 audio) “Look for the one rather than looking for the masses.”

Coaching this week:  Biggest Success Secret   (38:16 audio) 

I shared my biggest success secret! Success in life is not that much about being smart or talented. The secret is grit and support! Grit will lap genius every single time, and you need people who know more than you helping you. Whatever you want to do in life, the number one success secret is to get gritty and get the help you need.

Recommendations: (46:21 audio)

This week I am recommending a movie, The Fall Guy. This rom com came out in May. Big thumbs up to Ryan Gosling. Get a big tub of popcorn and enjoy. It’s an easy watch and it’s super, super fun.

Links to great things we discussed: 

Order your copy of Remaining You While Raising Them here.

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