Dr. Cristy Lopez is a renowned psychologist and high-performance coach who helps executives, entrepreneurs, doctors, and other professionals reduce anxiety and stress in 10 minutes or less. For over 20 years, Dr. Lopez has worked with clients to overcome relational problems, self-limiting beliefs, self-sabotaging behaviors, and other obstacles preventing them from achieving happiness and success.
She has been featured on the television shows Dr. Phil and Dr. Drew’s Lifechangers and cited in Forbes, Entrepreneur, and many other publications.In this episode…
What is the first thing that comes to mind when you ask yourself: who am I? Do you think of your roles: parent, spouse, CEO? Maybe what you do crosses your mind: work, exercise, lead? Or, do you struggle to think of anything at all?
According to Dr. Cristy Lopez, realizing your true identity is essential to leading a more conscious and successful life. But, many people struggle to identify exactly who they are and what they want outside of their relationship to others. As Dr. Lopez says, once you get clear on your values and what you stand for as an individual, you can successfully achieve the transformation you need for your next big breakthrough.
In this episode of Growth to Freedom, Dan Kuschell sits down with Dr. Cristy Lopez, psychologist and high-performance coach, to discuss how to tune in to your identity and achieve your next big breakthrough. Dr. Lopez shares the questions you need to ask yourself for learning more about your identity, strategies for overcoming any obstacles along the way, and her advice on how you can experience greater transformation as a business leader today. Stay tuned!
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