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Our heart is the keeper of our values

"You often feel tired, not because you’ve done too much, but because you’ve done too little of what sparks a light in you.”

-Alexander den Heijer

One thing I love to do is pass the baton to people who know their sh*t and can teach it way better than I can!

In this instance, Carolyn Swora's EVOLVE Podcast on Values takes my understanding of Values to a whole new level. That is why I've decided to share it with you and provide an invitation into a different perspective about a topic that has been paramount to the work I do with women in our community.

Through this conversation, I came to know myself and my values at a deeper level and I offer it, without attachment, with the hope that it awakens renewed understanding of YOUR values.

Our core values are instrumental to the ways we make decisions, take actions and find our joy.

"In this episode with leadership coach Mary Beth Highland, we dive deep into the concept of values and their connection to burnout.

Mary Beth shares her personal journey of work addiction and how reevaluating her values helped her find peace and regain balance.

She also outlines a practical approach to uncovering your core values, distinguishing them from aspirational or descriptive ones.

We touch on strategies to align personal values with organizational ones and turn them into effective guidance for decision-making and behavior.

MaryBeth Hyland is a bestselling author, coach and consultant on how to create a thriving life and business. She’s successfully led culture change efforts across nearly every industry.

As a certified mediator, mindfulness instructor, and values expert she engages audiences and teams all over the world with her authentic style of facilitation, keynote speaking, and empowerment.

She’s a published thought leader in The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and New York Times to name a few. You can catch her interviews on how to reduce stress at work on ABC, CBS, and NBC.

Her recent awards include: “Circle of Excellence“, “Innovator of the Year“, “Top 100 Women“, “Civic Engagement Leader“, and “Leading Women“.

Her personal life’s mission is to remind people of the truth by giving full permission to be human.

When she’s not on podcasts, she can be found on horseback in the mountains of Idaho wrangling cattle on her quest to become a cowgirl! This is a valuable conversation if you’re feeling overwhelmed or out of alignment, offering insights into the restorative power of understanding and acting on your values." - Carolyn Swora


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