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April 27, 2021 19 min

This week on the High Wire Woman podcast, Rosanna Berardi is talking with guest Lauren Krasnodembski about finding your deeper calling in life. Lauren is a private attorney turned author and is passionate about helping other women find clarity by guiding them through the self-discovery process. Society has fed us the mistaken belief that our lives should be at a certain point by a certain time frame, and we feel pressured to organize our lives accordingly. Social media makes it worse: the glamorous lives people portray online reinforces the pressure to get it all together. In our struggle to keep up, we end up feeling unfulfilled because we are devoid of passion and purpose. Rosanna and Lauren discuss how finding our passions can help us to live better, more fulfilled lives.

You'll hear Rosanna and Lauren talk about:

  • Lauren’s four-year inward quest and her journey to publishing her book.
  • We need to strengthen our mind to get back in touch with our heart space.
  • Why we should not look at other people’s lives as blueprints for how to live our lives.
  • How Lauren’s book can help us reclaim our power.
  • We don’t need to be passionate about just one thing; we can have multiple passions.

  • We reclaim our power when we allow more passion into our lives.


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