Anna Goldstein's Profit With Purpose
About This Show
Anna Goldstein is an NYU certified coach, entrepreneur, Huffington Post contributor, former nationally ranked tennis player and author. The Profit With Purpose show is an informative and uplifting podcast where Anna dives into lives of entrepreneurs, healers, and change-makers who are making money through living their purpose. The goal is to provide practical tips to inspire you to be profitable living your life’s purpose. As a student of psychology, new age thinking, meditation, mindfulness techniques and yoga, Anna weaves these spiritual principles into her show. Find out more at: annagoldstein.com.
Most Recent Episode
#23: Alexis Meads: Confidence, Self-love, and Finding the One
5 days ago
Alexis Meads is a life coach and an expert in relationships and building confidence. She shares her story of how she struggled with confidence and made changes in her life to live and enjoy her life with confidence, self-love and finally meet her husband. Can you tell us about your journey of becoming a confident woman? As a child, Alexis says she was a perfectly happy child but during her middle school and high school years, she was a shy kid, did not have many friends and was not popular at all. She was always nervous that people would not like her; she had low self-esteem, and was always fearful what others would think about her. Alexis thinks the biggest reason most of us lack confidence is that we are always interested in knowing what others think about us. Alexis first dated in college and that was the first time Alexis felt confident in a long time and realized others perceive her. This feeling of validation only propelled Alexis to seek more and she started dating other people and partied hard so others could recognize and validate her. Alexis thinks once you get attached to that desire of being validated by others, you never stop doing things to become the center of attention. How did you manage to stop trying to seek validation from people and validate from the inside? Back then, Alexis had this idea that there would be bigger and better things for her so she broke out of that relationship, continued with her partying lifestyle, got a new job. However, soon she felt the job was not meant for her and was not fulfilling her. She would date people and thought if she found the perfect relationship, she might be happy. However, nothing worked for her; nothing was coming together, relationships or her job. As a result, her body grew tired. She would drink excessively and eat all sorts of unhealthy food. That is when she reconnected with an old friend who told her about Wayne Dyer, a renowned motivational speaker. Alexis started listening to Wayne regularly, followed her work and that was the start of her transformation. Alexis says that sometimes in life, we can be super popular, have a great job, are recognized by people but can sti