I hope you’re well. If you are interested in embracing your internal authority and crafting a new you in 2024 this week’s conversation will be right up your street.
Jason Keeble shares his personal journey of overcoming childhood trauma and reconnecting with his biological family. He discusses the impact of limiting beliefs and the power of language in shaping our experiences, and by recognising and dissolving these beliefs, how we can create much more fulfilling lives.
We explore the themes of primal drivers, overcoming resistance, expanding possibilities and redefining uncertainty.
I hope you enjoy this conversation with Jason Keeble, I certainly did.
Primal drivers of insecurity, inadequacy, and scarcity can control our lives if we let them.
Overcoming resistance and embracing the process of creation is key to achieving success.
Expanding our spectrum of possibility allows us to tap into greater potential.
Redefining uncertainty as familiar and exciting opens us up to new opportunities.
How we can create a ripple effect of positive change.
Embracing abundance is essential for personal growth and fulfilment.
If you’d like to get in touch with Jason you can find his website at:
One of the things that’s worked really well for us (especially when travelling) is that the kids each have pre-paid Spriggy debit cards to keep their pocket money on.
Setting up an account in Australia usually costs $30 but use this link to receive $20 back when you first sign up (we also get a kickback to help fund the podcast).
Instead of your kids borrowing your debit or credit card to pay for things, especially when buying things online or as cash is something that’s hardly used now, try Spriggy.
You can link directly to your bank account and even give grandparents access in case they want to give money to your kids as well.