Today, I had the incredible opportunity to chat with Christine Kozachuk of the Women Who Triumph Podcast. Christine had a very turbulent story (which I highly recommend you go check out) until she gathered the strength to get herself together and achieve the life of her dreams. Now, as a successful businesswoman with a thriving family, she wants to share that story. The Women Who Triumph Podcast showcases the stories of women who have overcome the odds to become powerful boss ladies in every sense of the word. She heard the outline of my story and knew there was more to it, so we took a deep dive through memory lane in this episode.
In this episode, we unearthed events from my past that I had never spoken about publicly. We touched on the highs and the many lows, and we shared our personal tips for how to overcome adversity and succeed in every way. We discover why I became so focused on neuroscience, and why it’s so important to me to make personal development accessible to everyone. I talked about my simple Cleanse or Clog method for keeping your life balanced. And we finished with some other powerful tips from Conscious Communications. If you’ve gone through trauma, tragedy, or hardship, this is the episode for you. You are not alone. You are strong and capable. And you can do this. Here’s the proof:
Here’s what we discussed:
- My story – How I overcame adversity and tragedy to start a business and build my family.
- My journey to learn about neuroscience and to better myself.
- How I took this experience and used it to write Conscious Communications
- Some of the most powerful tips from Conscious Communications
- The power of Conscious Communications
Here are some powerful quotes from the episode:
- “I was living in survival mode… Just doing what I had to do day-to-day to survive.”
- “Which door we choose to open in our lives is going to determine our outcome.”
- “Everything happens for a reason, and at the right time.” -Christine Kozachuk
- “Know that you can only do what you can do in any given day. The important thing is that you’re always moving forward.”