NOTE: This is a legacy episode from the Women Inspired podcast, before it transitioned to be the Building Psychological Strength podcast. While you will hear some mention of the Women Inspired brand during this episode, the content is highly relevant to the goals of Peak Mind, which is why we have included it here. Enjoy!
For a little while now, I have been working behind the scenes to develop some new content and new areas within, and outside of, the Women Inspired brand and AprilSeifert.com. I'm so excited to share this new work with the world, but I'm also feeling a bit stuck.
It's that old, familiar script: "April, are you sure you're skilled enough to pull something like this off?" "Lots of people try and fail at things like this." "I doubt anyone will even be interested in what you're putting out there."
Bring on the self-limiting beliefs!
While I'm definitely not immune to the same self-limiting beliefs that everyone else experiences, I refuse to be held back by them. I decided to find some support to help me through this process, and wow did the universe deliver!
Just as I was looking for a business coach to help me during this transition phase, the universe sent me Jasna Burza, and I am thrilled to share her with you on this week's episode.
Jasna Burza is a life and business strategist and founder of Minneapolis Mastermind. She grew up in a refugee camp in Bosnia and Herzegovina and as a result, she loves teaching resilience and using challenges to create a better life. Her mission in life is to help people wake up feeling good about themselves and go to bed grateful for what they have.
First off, you will be absolutely moved by Jasna's back-story and her personal story of adaptation and resiliance.
Beyond that, Jasna shares so much wisdom with us. We talk about:
It is with so much love and gratitude that I introduce you to Jasna Burza on this week's podcast episode!
You've probably heard about self-limiting beliefs (those assumptions about ourselves and the world that hold us back), but have you ever stopped to consider how they form? Where do they come from? And, why are they so influential?
Through this live 60-minute, hands-on webinar, you'll: