"Is it Perfectionism ... or is it focus?"
In this bonus episode, Amy and Cheri dissect the difference between the all-or-nothing thinking of Perfectionism and the intense focus some projects require. They share tips for recognizing when the "just chip away at it 15 minutes a day until it's done" approach will NOT work and for setting yourself up for success when it's time to put on blinders and focus.
Then, Tonya Kubo — facilitator of both the Grit 'n' Grace Girls Facebook Group and the Clutter Free Academy Facebook Group — and Cheri discuss the upcoming online book club for You Don't Have to Try So Hard, co-authored by Kathi Lipp and Cheri Gregory. Join us for 6 weeks of banishing the "P-bullies" of Perfectionism, People-Pleasing, Performanicsm, and Procrastination from our heads, our hearts, and and our homes — together!
We're not made for the exhaustion of try-harder living. Kathi Lipp and Cheri Gregory, co-authors of You Don't Have to Try So Hard, share how to overcome the four "P Bullies"--perfectionism, people pleasing, performancism, procrastination. If you need insight on how to overcome these and strength to rest from them, listen in to this episode!
How do we get beyond our fear of dealing with the sticky topic of race to help create positive change? Cheri and Amy process their big take-aways from the interviews with Lucrecia Berry and share the steps they're committing to take. If you want to be part of a movement toward a more unified world, listen in and take action steps to build a more compassionate community.
Cheri and Amy couldn't fit all the questions they had to ask Lucrecia Berry, author of What Lies Between Us, into one episode. In this follow-up, Lucrecia shares practical advice for how to handle conversations about race when you just don't know what to say. It's possible to create safe places to build unity, and Lucrecia Berry gives us the tools!
Bringing change into the charged issues of race in America is an area in which many of us feel unsure. Lucretia Berry, the fierce-hearted author of What Lies Between Us, shares how to build our vocabulary and muscles for having difficult but transforming conversations about race. In this riveting episode, Lucretia shares her personal journey of discussions in her family and equips us for these conversations in our own lives. This is for every person who has watched the problems of race on the news and thought, I wish I knew what to do to help.