We are back this week with another archived episode that is from a long time ago. In it, my friend and associate Amy Ahlers, author of, Big Fat Lies Women Tell Themselves and Reform Your Inner Mean Girl, talks about all things inner mean girl (aka inner critic)!
Since the original airing of this episode, I have really gotten to know Amy. She has so much experience and tenure in the personal development industry, this woman knows her stuff, so I am happy to re-share this episode with you.
We all love formulas and processes, right? Well, Amy has come up with a 3-step process for transforming your inner mean girl, which she talks about in the episode.
In this episode, you’ll also hear:
- What exactly is inner-wisdom and what to do if we don’t know where to start when it comes to listening to it.
- I ask Amy what is the most common big fat lie women tell themselves. (The answer doesn’t surprise me at all!)
- Amy tells us what her biggest trigger is and what are the steps she actually takes to manage her own inner mean girl.
- I ask Amy about a blog post she wrote, “Is Your Need to Belong Sabotaging You?” and what do we do when we find ourselves changing who we are just to fit in and belong
I love that Amy and I have so much of a similar philosophy about the inner-critic and I hope this episode is helpful to you!
Amy Ahlers is a master women’s leadership coach, keynote speaker, and the bestselling author of Big Fat Lies Women Tell Themselves (New World Library, 2011) and Reform Your Inner Mean Girl (Beyond Words/Atria/Simon & Schuster, 2015). Amy is on a mission to STOP women from self-bullying and being so darn hard on themselves so they can make their greatest possible contribution. Amy leads a powerful women’s leadership incubator called Rise and Lead to help women confidently rise into the income, impact and contribution they desire and deserve. Amy wholeheartedly believes it’s time for women to claim their seat at the leadership table.