Today’s conversation brought us to some profound revelations about our personal journeys, from the lessons Sarah’s Ritalin withdrawal taught her about the pliable nature of our personalities, to what we’ve found to be the true nature of confidence! We discuss the false assumptions we often have about others who appear
Ready to excavate beliefs and experiences that create your current reality? Each Wednesday on Inner Archeology, Sarah Turner & Emily Pennystone use personal experiences and stories as a mirror for better understanding, epiphany, healing, and humor. You can expect raw, relevant, and vulnerable conversations as these two friends push back on judgement, guilt, and shame – all for the purpose of being lighter and freer with each passing year.
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Being vulnerable means more than just talking deeply about things; true vulnerability is messy. It’s where you don’t say the right things and where you sometimes can’t even get your thoughts straight. And guess what? Even in that state, where you’re operating way below your best, you still deserve to
Sometimes, it comes down to those deep layers of what you believe of your self-worth, and the validity of your voice. Don’t let conditioned beliefs keep you from what you truly want to do! With that, welcome back to Inner Archeology, where we will be continuing with part two of
We are excited to get started with today’s episode, so welcome back! It’s great that we can call out excitement, or lack thereof, for an episode, because to create content consistently we really believe that where you differentiate from those who do something with the content they create versus those
Welcome to another episode of Inner Archeology, and the first that we are releasing with video! Should you wish to watch us rather than listen to us, we hope that seeing our faces helps you connect with us on a deeper level. Today, we’re talking about something we have touched
While our experiences with positive mentors are valuable, so too are the periods of growth that come after encounters with damaging authority figures. In the last episode of the show, we spoke about the mentors who have impacted our beliefs in a helpful way. Today we will be discussing some