Natalie Sisson's Quest for Freedom - Experiments in Personal, Financial, Physical, Business, Relationship and Financial Freedom.
About This Show
After 7 years of being obsessed with freedom, bestselling author, TEDx speaker and Chief Adventurer of the multiple six-figure business 'The Suitcase Entrepreneur', Natalie Sisson realised even though she had finally earned a ton of freedom, she didn't truly understand what it meant. So in 2017 she is embarking on a Quest for Freedom, designed to help her, and you, discover what freedom really means. She's taking a business sabbatical, and putting all her years experience of coaching others to build freedom businesses, into the hands of her small but talented team, her systems and sales funnels, to see if they will stand the test of time, so that Natalie can fire herself from her business in April. Join Natalie on her year of becoming a student of life. Each season she'll experiment with a new facet of freedom including personal, physical, relationship and financial freedom, with herself as the guinea pig. Full details at http://nataliesisson.com.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
Eps 46 How to have a great night's sleep
Are you getting a great night's sleep or consistently sleep deprived because you're on your smartphone or laptop too late?I'm definitely guilty of working from a laptop in bed, or checking my phone before I go to sleep, but since I've been consistently getting in the habit of turning off all devices by 7pm each night, my sleep and quality sleep has been improving a ton.An article published in The Independent shows: “In a study of 10,000 16 to 19-year-olds, researchers in Norway found that the longer a young person spent looking at an electronic screen before going to bed, the worse quality sleep they were likely to have.”The problem comes from the short bursts of excitement you get when consuming social media. This feeling is the body releasing a neurotransmitter called dopamine. Dopamine motivates you to continue to replicate the original behaviour that made you feel pleasure - such as repeatedly clicking on social media posts or sending text messages.The problem with this is that too often we can find ourselves trapped in a spiral of seeking more gratification.Laptops, tablets and phones all emit a blue light which illuminates the screen. This blue light suppresses the body’s production of the hormone melatonin.This hormone is essential in order for us to feel sleepy. Alaska Sleep Clinic believe: “The light emitting from these devices is similar in wavelength to daylight and can trick your circadian rhythm into believing it’s daylight and delay the release of melatonin, a hormone that promotes sleep”.A delayed release of melatonin means it will take you longer to fall asleep. In this episode I talk about:What is dopamine and what it does to youSeveral ways to get a really good night's sleepKey apps to use to minimize the effect your screen has on youKey resources to check out to overcome your fear:Download & install the free app ‘flux’ for your computer or laptop.Try the ‘twilight’ app for your android phone.Is Meditation a fad or a life changer?Read more »
Rated 5 out of
Loving Natalie Sisson & The Suitcase Entrepreneur
Definitely love Natalie Sisson's podcast The Suitcase Entrepreneur and look forward to each new episode (sometimes it's hard to wait a whole week). Episode 99 was a favorite with Greg Denning and his stories about traveling the world as a family - something Stacia Loo and I aspire to do as well.
Hoping Natalie will allow us to interview her in a couple weeks when we are in Vancouver BC for her workshop.
Date published: 2014-07-11
Rated 5 out of
Being authentic & creating a community
I really love this podcast! It is smart, interesting and definitely pushed me to ask the right questions in my life. Now, I'm big steps ahead of where I started and I really think it is thanks to Natalie. There are just few powerful kickass women and I really love her approach. If you like an authentic voice without being dogmatic this podcast is for you.
Date published: 2016-04-08
Rated 5 out of
Love this show!
Natalie always brings great guests on and is spot on with her questions. I love listening to this podcast and I always learn something new that I can implement in my own business.
Date published: 2014-04-16
Rated 5 out of
Gets me excited for my future
Natalie's show is gets me excited for the day and for my future. She offers really great advice and gets my inner child dreaming again. A must listen!
Date published: 2014-05-07