Embracing your needy with Mara Glatzel / ep96
I love finding other inspiring women podcasters and Mara Glatzel is one of them. I happened to find her podcast (Needy - https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/needy/id1389278344?mt=2) and immediately connected with her work.
In this episode we talk about how women can advocate for their needs, creating a sustainable business in terms of energy (without the burnout), and how to set goals from a centered place. I also ask Mara what metrics she tracks that feel good in her own business.
More about Mara:
Mara Glatzel, MSW, reminds women that they are enough.
In particular, she reminds nurturers, natural caregivers, people pleasers, highly sensitive humans, empaths, and women taking responsibility for things that aren’t theirs to own that they are enough.
She is an intuitive coach and energy worker who helps women take up space in their lives. In online classes, live retreats, and on her podcast, Needy, Mara facilitates daily conversations about self-responsibility, radiant self-trust, and self-love. Her super power is saying things in a way that you can actually hear them (so that you can use the insight to make positive change in your life).
At the core of her work is the belief that you don’t have to over-deliver, minimize your needs, or suffer to earn your space in the world. You can create a relationship with yourself filled with radiant trust, compassion, and gentle discipline by taking your daily choices off of autopilot. You are worthy of the care and tending you give others.
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