Coaching, conversation and culture change to disrupt the scarcity mindset in ourselves and in the collective.
Kate interviews educator and author Andrew Lang. They talk about:
✨ Scarcity mindset as a disconnection from our own inherent dignity.
✨ Practices for cultivating a rich inner life.
✨ The importance of depth and introspection to seeing the resources that are already available to us.
✨ The intersection of spirituality and activism for social change.
✨ Disrupting scarcity in the public school system.
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Kate interviews holistic time coach, Becca Rich. They discuss:
✨ The portal that takes us from linear "human" time to a more spacious "spiritual" sense of time.
✨ Approaches to separating time from money.
✨ How and why we should experience states of timelessness.
✨ And more!
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Kate talks to author and creative coach, Catherine LaSota. They discuss:
Kate interviews the award-winning musician and teacher, Gary Grundei. They talk about:
Gary Grundei is an award-winning musici...
Kate interviews Rolfer and movement educator, Kat Kocurek. They discuss:
On this solo-cast, Kate reviews some of the most common scarcity mindsets related to creativity, thought leadership and self-expression.
If you have ever worried that your ideas are not good enough, original enough, or you are not getting your work into the world fast enough to compete with the others who might have similar expertise, this episode is for you! Nourish your mind with some believable reframes and reminders so that yo...
Kate interviews ICF accredited Positive Psychologist & Leadership Coach, Karma Hill.
Kate interviews Anika Horn, about building collaborative ecosystems around a common cause and overcoming the scarcity mindset of competition in movements for social good.
More about this week's guest:
Rooted at the intersection of systems thinking, social impact and storytelling, Anika works to advance the field of ecosystem building through her podcast Ecosystems for Change and as Director of Ecosystem Building at the Shenan...
In this solo-cast, we are getting to know the nervous system! Kate outlines different stress responses that are influenced by scarcity mindset, and offers reframes, prompts and practices that will turn the power of the nervous system into an abundant resource.
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Kate interviews "Ritual Witch", Meghan Bursiek. They discuss:
✨ The relationship between binary thinking and scarcity mindset.
✨ How systems and spreadsheets can integrate with witchy rituals.
✨ Ways to disrupt time scarcity without adding more to your to-do list.
✨ Cultivating trust for what wants to happen.
And so much more!
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Kate interviews her friend and coach trainer, Andrea Leda.
✨ How scarcity mindset is similar to/differs from general anxiety.
✨ How our sense of entitlement and privilege differentials can influence scarcity thinking (and why sometimes entitlement can be a good thing).
✨ Specific examples of how coaching can disrupt cycles of scarcity, including many powerful questions to ask yourself if you ar...
Kate interviews Tiffany North (aka "Coach Tiffany") about her work as an intuitive eating professional, registered nurse and coach supporting people with disordered eating to find freedom and a secure attachment to food. Coach Tiffany is the creator of the Food Attachment Model, and in today's episode we discuss:
Kate interviews the founders of Upbringing Collective, Hannah and Kelty. They talk about:
In this solo podcast, Kate offers a primer for how attachment theory might intersect with scarcity thinking, and how our attachment styles can influence the way we relate to our resources.
References and additional resources:
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Kate talks to the director of Realise Earth, Osbert Lancaster about:
✨ Why overcoming scarcity mindset is important to building a more sustainable future.
✨ How to avoid burnout as someone who cares about environmental sustainability.
✨ Examples of how people in a variety of fields can become sustainability leaders.
✨ Creating pockets of the future in the now.
In this episode, Kate introduces a new tool for assessing decisions based on the level of scarcity or abundance they may bring. You can download the workbook that accompanies this podcast HERE.
Resources and references:
✨ Sign up for Kate's "Scarcity Free 2023 Vision and Intention Setting for the New Year" mini-retreat HERE.
✨ Get your very own digital download of The Scarcity Meter HERE.
Kate interviews business consultant Brooke Monaghan. They discuss:
-Why there is no "right way" to do business.
-The link between scarcity mindset and perfectionism.
-How to create more agency in your approach to success.
Check out Brooke's free self-guided workshop, "Pathway to Sustainable, Values-Aligned Impactful Business"
Kate interviews anti-capitalist coach and fellow podcaster, Lauren Roberts. They talk about:
-The role of mindset coaching in working with political candidates.
-How Lauren defines anti-capitalism and why she uses that phrase in her work.
-The ethical nuance of money mindset work.
And so much more!
⚡️You can schedule a free 30-minute call with Lauren HERE.
Kate interviews brand strategist and founder of the Ethical Move, Alice Karolina.
In our conversation, we talk about:
-Building ethical businesses that are based on relationships and trust.
-The bottom up influence of small businesses on corporate culture.
-The role that small business owners can play in influencing policy and a more just economy.
-The new Ethical Move community and how it came to be.
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