The Divine Breadcrumb

The Divine Breadcrumb

Connecting Life's Clues! We will be talking with a variety of people who are doing wonderful and amazing things in the world. We ALL have a story to tell about the most pivotal moments in our lives and we ALL have gifts to share. We can learn from one another and inspire each other! New episodes will be posted the second and fourth Sunday of each month.... Show More
August 6, 2020 28 min
Today's guest hails from across the pond! Deb and Carol are talking with Nicola Buckley. Nicola is the host of the popular podcast StrongHER where she helps women to slow down, know and love themselves and live more fully. In this episode, Nicola talks about why people are so hard on themselves, changing the stories that no longer serve us, why the brain is like "velcro for negativity and teflon for positivity" and the pivotal moment in life that she refers to as the F#$%-it moment (what we would call a huge Divine Breadcrumb!) Nicola truly believes we are not broken. We have all the answers we need. But sometimes we need help seeing that we are enough and Nicola excels in this area. Nicola provides workshops, group coaching and one on one coaching.  Nicola has so much to offer the world and her wisdom, compassion, humor and strength shine through! Connect with Nicola www.strongheryou.com (https://www.strongheryou.com/) Connect with Carol and Deb https://thedivinebreadcrumb.com (https://thedivinebreadcrumb.com) https://www.instagram.com/thedivinebreadcrumb/ (https://www.instagram.com/thedivinebreadcrumb/) https://www.facebook.com/thedivinebreadcrumb (https://www.facebook.com/thedivinebreadcrumb) https://twitter.com/tdbreadcrumb (https://twitter.com/tdbreadcrumb) Support this podcast
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