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P.S. Younger Self
4 minutes | 4 days ago
P.S. Younger Self, Own Your Mistakes
How do you feel when you make a mistake? Embarrassed? Ashamed? Indifferent? Our host Chris Oh shares how she has a completely different view of mistakes. She believes the true power in making mistakes, because let's face it we all make mistakes, is in owning them. Owning them doesn't just mean taking accountability for your mistakes. Listen to how Chris describes in five clear steps what it means to truly own your mistakes for your own self mastery. Don't forget to follow P.S. Younger Self on Instagam, here.Or if you haven't signed up for our newsletter yet, what are you waiting for. Sign up here.
48 minutes | 18 days ago
How to Communicate Your Standards as a High Value Person
You identify as a high value person and have standards. But how do you communicate your standards without setting expectations and with grace? We talk to Chengi Tobun, an international best selling author, a relationship and love coach with a popular YouTube channel called Chengi’s World where her videos have garnered over 2.7MM views. Her approach with relationship advice combines life and performance coaching, theological training and personal experience to share both the female and male perspectives. Chengi says that when we state our standards, we are giving ourselves permission to lose the other person. Her insight and advice will truly empower you in your relationships in communicating your standards and mastering communication with your partner. In this episode, you will learn: 3;05: What is a high value person? How does a high value person show up in this world?4:47: What do high value men and women look for in their partner? 8:05: How do you balance feminine and masculine energies in a relationship? 9:39: What are the the specific functions of the masculine and feminine energies? 11:13: Why do 50/50 relationship balance lead to decreased sexual chemistry? 16:20: What are traits of low value behavior to look out for? 21:46: How to communicate your standards as a high value person?27:50: Can you set standards without having expectations? 35:40: How are men and women's brain wired differently. 38:00: What are ways to master communication with our partner? 44:10: Chengi's one piece of advice to her younger self to live fully in the present and not worry in relationships? To connect with Chengi, watch her resourceful videos and take her master classes, click here. You can also connect with Chengi on Instagram here. Don't forget to follow P.S. Younger Self on Instagram here. And sign up for P.S. Younger Self newsletter here.
4 minutes | 25 days ago
P.S. Younger Self, Practice the 90/10 Principle
Entreprenuer and the author of the widely popular leadership book "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People," Steven Covey said that 10% of life is made up what happens to you and 90% of life is decided by how you react to it. This is his 90/10 principle. Besides being highly effective in the business world, this principle is a game changer in managing your emotions for self mastery. When we remind ourselves that how we react to something or someone - the 90% of Steven Covey’s principle - it can really change the outcome and mood of the scenario or even the course of your entire day. This is because while there are a lot of things we can’t control, we 100% have control over how we react to something or someone. Both are powerless without your reaction.Listen to the full episode to understand how the 90/10 principle works and how it can be a game changer for your own self mastery. Don't forget to follow P.S. Younger Self on Instagam, here. Or if you haven't signed up for our newsletter yet, what are you waiting for. Sign up here.
57 minutes | a month ago
How to Embrace Your Visibility
What does it meant to fully embrace your visibility? Can our visibilities of how we show up in this world be more than the shiny facades and sexy biographies? Can our visibilty showcase our pain, harm and even the hurtful past to show up as our authentic self to then be fully embraced by others? We explore these questions on our monthly Hub Dot collaboration series with an extraordinary woman with a soulful heart and story. Dr. Nadiya Figueroa is the Director of Leadership and Change and Dean of Scholarships at Rhodes Trust. She is deeply passionate about and believes visibility begins with honest conversations that also embraces the messy, ugly, scared sides of us that are yearning to be heard, too. She says "visibility starts in the quiet, with the small small." Nadiya shares how we can embrace and leverage our pain or hurt to share our own story and truly be visible in the world. You can connect with Nadiya on Linkedin here. To learn more about Hub Dot, click here. Don't forget to follow P.S. Younger Self on Instagram here.
53 minutes | a month ago
The Art of Adulting in 2021
When do you become an adult? An adult with a capital "A" - someone who is on a transformational journey of self mastery. And, someone who embraces their inner child, but it's not in the driver's seat of guiding you on your life's journey. In this episode, we speak to Adela Raffa who is an international awareness coach, teacher and healer. She is a Certified Gestalt Therapy Practitioner, Certified Master NLP Practitioner and Sacred Healing Minister who also holds a degree in Human Services & Social Work. Her unique combination of the above modalities is mixed with a dash of mindfulness, a pinch of spirituality and a dose of intuition, which helps individuals achieve the Art of Adulting for self mastery. In this episode we learn the difference between an adult with a lowercase "a" and an adult with a capital "A", why we want to journey on a path to learn and discover the true art of adulting and the five clear strategies on how to achieve self mastery. Adela gets very clear and tactical on her five steps in the Art of Adulting, which are: 1) Take Responsibility 2) Developing a Roadmap for Accountability 3) Keep Learning 4) Cultivating Your Values & Virtues and 5) Developing Your Inner Authority. And Adela is offering our lucky listeners an amazing 20% off her Art of Adulting self-paced online course. To redeem this special offer, click here. To connect with Adela Raffa and learn more about her coaching offerings, click here. You can also connect with Adela on Instagram here. Don't forget to follow P.S. Younger Self on Instagram here.
4 minutes | 2 months ago
P.S. Younger Self, Give Yourself Permission to Pause
Sometimes taking a moment to pause and "not do anything" is doing the best thing for your mind, body and soul. The pause could just be what you need to quiet your mind and recalibrate. It will tell you when you need it. Listen and take it. Because your mind and body were not meant to always be on the go. In this episode, our host Chris Oh shares her pseronal experience of how she was first being so hard on herself when she felt unmotivated and unproductive. But then she gave herself the permission to pause, which ended up being exactly what her mind, body and soul needed. P.S. don't forget to follow P.S. Younger Self on IG, here.You can also follow Chris Oh here on IG.And sign up for the newsletter, here.
5 minutes | 2 months ago
A Letter to My Younger Self
What would you tell your younger self of even just a year ago, in the beginning of this crazy year 2020?In this episode, our host Chris Oh shares a letter to her younger self - reflecting back on her biggest lessons, gratitude and perspective of 2020. If you could write a letter to your younger self of 2020, what would you tell him/her? Share it with us on social with #psyoungerself or tag us @p.s.youngerself . We'd love to hear your perspectives!P.S. don't forget to follow P.S. Younger Self on IG, here.You can also follow Chris Oh here on IG. And sign up for the newsletter, here.
5 minutes | 2 months ago
P.S. Younger Self, Your Expectations Are Making You Unhappy
Do you set expectations in your relationships? Or feel like your expectations are too high? What happens when you have certain levels of expectations with your family, friends or with your romantic partner? They make you sad, disappointed or unhappy. Setting and having expectations goes hand in hand with the dangers of making assumptions. You assume someone would act a certain way because you create expectations of some imaginary experience. In this episode, we explore the implications of having and setting expectations in life and what it could mean by practicing letting go of all expectations. Don't forget to follow P.S. Younger Self on IG, here. And sign up for the newsletter, here.
55 minutes | 2 months ago
What does it mean to be GILTY?
Can abundance be our birth right? Without feeling guilty about it, can we have it all. In this week's episode, we speak to Lisa Moore, a tastemaker, thought leader & lifestyle entrepreneur bridging spirituality & style, who says yes, we can have it all! Lisa is the founder of URBAN GILT; a sleek fashion brand for soul-aligned women on a mission to live to their full potential.She passionately shares her personal experience of becoming a soul-aligned person, which has not only led her to meet her soul partner in life and business, Hadrian Thomas. But, it has also led her on a mission to inspire more people to unapologetically raise their vibrations and seek more abundance in their life. Through her raw honesty and tactical tips, you'll learn what it means to be GILTY and how to own. To connect with Lisa Moore, you can find her on Instagram here > https://www.instagram.com/lisa.c.moore or on Linkedin here > https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisacmoore/ You can also find Hadrian Thomas here > https://www.instagram.com/hadrian.thomas/To learn more about Urban GILT, click here.
39 minutes | 3 months ago
Five Steps to Take a Leap of Faith on Anything
We can be our biggest limiting block in pursuing everything in life. A life authentically aligned with our heart and defined by our own terms. We get in our own heads, allow external voices to drown out our internal, intuitive voice and then let fears we create to cripple us in taking the leap of faith in everything we truly desire. In this unique episode, you'll hear me your host Chris Oh as a guest on Facing Fear Podcast with its host Sara McInerney Hauck. I speak about why we are our own limiting blocks, how to face our own fears in pursuit of all of our dreams and the five proven tactical steps I've created and implemented over and over to take a leap of faith on everything in my past that held me back because of my own fears. To listen to the original episode on Facing Fear Podcast, click here. To download the entire 5 Steps of Take a Leap of Faith on Anything, enter your email here. Don't forget to follow P.S. Younger Self on Instagram, here.
53 minutes | 3 months ago
How to Reconcile Your Identity Dichotomy & Understand the Luxury of First Impressions
What constructs of your identity define you? What if we told you that constructs of previous generations don't work anymore? In this powerful episode from our monthly collaboration with Hub Dot, we speak with an inspirational speaker, identity specialist, coach, educator and the founder of the Identity Dichotomy, Lathi Dube who shares how her passion was born from a tragic loss in her family that led her on a mission today to transform the way we see identity. Lathi says it's so much more nuanced and often we struggle to reconcile our internal and external selves to understand our intrinsic role we have in this world. Lathi doesn't hold anything back in this thought-provoking conversation about our identity dichotomy, the role of our core essence in shaping our identity (attitudes, values and experiences) and also the role of first impressions. Some have the luxury of first impressions, but how important are they in representing our authentic identity? To connect with Lathi Dube, find her on Linkedin here. You can also visit her sites here and here. To learn more about Hub Dot, click here.
36 minutes | 3 months ago
How to Develop the Mindset to Make Big Life Moves
What does it take to make big life-changing moves? Female podcaster, digital media maven turned full time content creator of The Lipstick Fever who has been recognized by the huffington post, The Evening Standard and Elle to name a few, Em Roberts, has not only made some major moves in her own life, but is also inspiring women around the world to fearlessly do so too whether it’s in our personal or professional lives by speaking to motivating female founders and entrepreneurs through her own podcast called The Big Move. We talked with Em to gain insight and perspective on how we can develop the right mindset to make major life-changing moves that can lead to positive change, transformation and growth. In this episode, you'll learn: 5:35: Why the message of fearlessly making big moves is important to Em. 10:55: How to develop your mindset for any major big life-changing move.15:13: How to overcome fear when making big moves. 17:13: The importance of taking that first step and the baby steps of progress when making big moves. 20:00: What is the difference between taking the first step vs. managing the steps along the big move. 25:14: Em's morning ritual that's instrumental in setting her mindset for success every day.26:44: How Em found Stoicim and its meaning in her life. 30:50: How taking big moves can change your life perspective.32:57: Em's next big move. 34:15: Em's one advice to her younger self to live fully in the present and always on her own terms. To connect with Em, you can find her on her blog here > https://thelipstickfever.com and don't forget to listen to Em's podcast The Big Move where she speaks with incredible female entrepreneurs, creatives and industry leaders making big moves here .You can also connect with Em on Instagram here > https://www.instagram.com/thelipstickfever P.S. Listen to my guest episode on Em's podcast here.
53 minutes | 3 months ago
The Pyschology of Forgiveness: How to Really Forgive
No, you can't forgive and forget. But the practice of forgiveness (both to yourself and others) can lead to greater peace, self love and even better health. We speak with Jannecke Oinaes, a former musical theatre artist who had a longing to understand more of life’s mysteries and a deeper understanding of life. After traveling around the world she started interviewing some of the most reputed thought and spiritual leaders like Bruce Lipton and Gregg Braden on her popular YouTube channel and personal development community called Wisdom From North. Jannecke shares her personal experiences and practices of forgiving herself and people in her past and how they have led to radical acceptance and a deep sense of self love. Dive into this rich conversation to discover more about why and how we can practice forgiveness, understand the psychology of why it's a process and personal and learn tools and exercises to start your forgiveness practice today. To learn more and connect with Jannecke, you can connect with her here - https://wisdomfromnorth.com or watch her library of fascinating interviews and conversations with transformational teachers and leaders here - https://www.youtube.com/user/MsOinaes You can also connect with Jannecke on Instagram here - https://www.instagram.com/wisdomfromnorth/
45 minutes | 4 months ago
How to Say "No" Without Feeling Guilty
Why is it so hard to say "No?" What is it about saying "no" that triggers guilt in us. How can we confidently say no without ever having to feel guilty again? We talk to Julia Kristina, a clinical therapist, researcher, master coach and the founder of the Shift Society who helps individuals break through the crap to live more fulfilling lives. She’s a regular speaker at regional and national conferences on mental wellness and mindset and she says that guilt is maladaptive when we're trying to be something we are not in order to control someone else's thoughts. This can be the key driver in holding us back in saying no to honor oneself and associating our value and worth from our decision. Julia gets very tactical with us on how to say no without feeling guilty, including the language we use. You'll learn so much more, including: 3:18 - Understanding healthy adaptive guilt vs. maladaptive emotional guilt associated with saying "no"6:22 - The 'Mother Wound' - the source of so many "guilt trip" experiences9:22 - How so many of us will choose to do things we don't want to do because we rather feel resentment than guilt13:02 - What is true generosity. And, why the better we are with our boundaries, we are more generous. 16:05 - How having healthy boundaries makes us more flexible. 18:53 - What is real self love and how loving yourself is the least selfish thing you can do. 21:25 - Tactical steps to say "No" without feeling guilty21:40 - First, separate not liking your decision from your value and worth 22:17 - Why we can't say no without feeling guilty - we want other people to think a certain way so we can feel okay. 22:44 - How to honor relationships when saying "no" 25:40 - Why you don't need to explain yourself too much when saying "no" 31:25 - Why it's superfluous to preface your "no" with "I'm sorry" 32:02 - How saying "sorry" when saying "no" is more for yourself so you don't feel guilty34:51 - How to determine what you really want to say if you're vacillating between the "yes" and "no" 43:30 - Julia's one piece of advice to her younger self to live fully in the present and always on her own termsTo connect with Julia Kristina and learn and/or join her Shift Society, click here - https://juliakristina.com . You can also connect with Julia on Instagram here - https://www.instagram.com/juliacounsellor/-------And, to save yourself that trip to the market and get Instacart to deliver your groceries in as fast as 1 hour, click here > http://instacart.oloiyb.net/P5Zje *Note I am an affiliate of Instacart, which means that I earn a commission for any referral from my link. P.S. Know that I thoroughly vet all brands and companies in an affiliate program and only promote what I believe in.
53 minutes | 4 months ago
How to Create Healthy Boundaries
What does it mean to create healthy boundaries? How does it vary in different relationship dynamics? Shamanic healer, teacher, author and the founder of Last Mask Center for Shamanic Healing, Christina Pratt shares an enlightening perspective on how having and creating healthy boundaries is an expression of our sovereignty. We explore what that means. How a boundary is more than a language you communicate about your limits and standards, but it's an energy body we need to develop, foster and protect in our relationships to be true to ourselves. In this episode we learn: 3:40: What external messages define whether we're supposed to have boundaries or not? 4:20: What is boundary language. 6:38: Defining the difference between healthy and unhealthy boundaries.11:04: Everybody is made up of inputs from these four aspects of wisdom bodies. 11:38: The three things our inner landscape needs.16:38: Creating, communicating and managing healthy boundaries within the nuanced family dynamic.20:10: What is this new aged idea of healthy boundaries and why it's not the healthy way of understanding boundaries. 22:30: How your beliefs shape your boundaries. 27:11: Why we need to give boundaries to our children as parents. 30:54: Why individuals with unhealthy boundaries are easily manipulated. 37:56: What do healthy boundaries look like in an intimate relationship. 44:50: Strength of vulnerability in creating a healthy energy body and boundaries in an intimate relationship. 47:00: Can we change our boundaries? 48:33: Unique Shamanic exercises to practice creating healthy boundaries. 51:50: Christina's one piece of advice to her younger self.____To learn more about how to create healthy boundaries and connect with Christina Pratt, find Christina here - https://www.lastmaskcenter.org where you can also learn about shamainc healing experiences, workshop and classes. To hear more deep insights from Christina that explore the practical application of shamanic skills in our contemporary lives for a more enriching spiritual maturity, listen to Christina's podcast “Why Shamanism Now” here - https://whyshamanismnow.com
50 minutes | 4 months ago
Live Life On Your Own Terms
Singer/Songwriter Holly Holden was expected to follow a path in academia. But it wasn’t until she realized that following other people’s expectations would never make her happy, she was able to finally follow her heart and passion to live life on her own terms...dedicated to music. Her experiences and love affair with Latin America has taken her all over South America and the Carribean, which has shaped her Spanglish soul-pop sound today performing around the world, including the festival circuit at Glastonbury!Listen to Holly’s full story of her inspiring and unwavering conviction to living life on your own terms on this P.S. Younger Self x Hub Dot special collaboration episode. To connect with Holly and listen to her music, you can find Holly here > https://www.hollyholdenmusic.com or on Spotify under Holly Holden y Su Banda. You can also connect with Holly on Instagram here > https://www.instagram.com/holly_holdenTo learn more about Hub Dot, click here > https://hubdot.com
17 minutes | 4 months ago
P.S. Younger Self, The Best Advice We've Heard To Tell Our Younger Self
If you can pass on one piece of advice to your younger self to remind him or her to always live fully in the present and always on his or her terms, what would it be?Well, in the past six months since the launch of P.S. Younger Self interviewing some incredible guests, we’ve gained some powerful wisdom from our guests who come from all walks of life and from all over the world. We've compiled some of our faves for you in this episode because sometimes we can all use a gentle reminder that everything always works out, right? You'll hear from: 1. Nicole Stillings aka Nicole Rose: Release your fear of judgement of yourself(Listen to Nicole's full episode of The Art of Reinvention here)2. Simona Barbieri: Don't hide or conform. Be the fullest you can be. (Listen to Simona's full episode on The Power of Storytelling here) 3. David Krantz: You don't have to always be right(Listen to David's full episode on Understanding epigenetics to hack your genes here)4. Yerasimos Stilianessis: Listen more and continue to be curious (Listen to Yerasimos' full episode on Human Design - the science of differentiation here)5. Gavin Musumiya: You're here to be yourself. (Listen to Gavin's full episode on The power of emotional awareness in men here) 6. Niajae Wallace: Don't let life tell you that you can't have it all(Listen to Niajae's full episode on Enchance your cognitive functions and wellbeing with sound therapy here) 7. Manex Ibar: Trust your heart(Listen to Manex's full episode on The Sphinx Code: Unveil your subconscious archetypes here) 8. Rory Callaghan: Script your life story earlier (Listen to Rory's full episode on Human centric approach to health & wellness here) 9. Sara Hack: Put your happiness first(Listen to Sara's full episode on Facing your fears here)10. Chris Mackey: Life is like a jigsaw puzzle. Everything will fall into place. (Listen to Chris' full episode on What is the positive psychology of syncrhonicity here) Oh and if there’s one advice that’s really resonated with you or if you have a piece of wisdom to share with our community, we’d love to hear from you! Share it on IG and tag us @p.s.youngerself and me @chrisohcoh so we can share it with more people.-----And, to save yourself that trip to the market and get Instacart to deliver your groceries in as fast as 1 hour, click here > http://instacart.oloiyb.net/P5Zje
4 minutes | 4 months ago
P.S. Younger Self, Stop Chasing Happiness. Seek Fulfillment.
Ask yourself this common question: am I chasing “happiness?” Google, “how to be happy” and you’ll be served with 4.7 billion search results of self-help advice and tips on how to find happiness. Because with many things in our lives, we often seek quick fixes, right? And, let's face it...we're all obsessed with being happy. Ironically though, at least in America, research shows that “America’s obsession with happiness is backfiring” according to an INC article. As we’re chasing happiness, people are becoming more miserable. But why? Are we chasing the wrong state of being? In this episode, we briefly discuss how chasing happiness is an illusion vs. how seeking fulfillment can lead to greater life satisfaction.
48 minutes | 5 months ago
The Power of Risks to Achieve Self Mastery
What is stopping you from taking risks in life? How can healthy risks for high achievers like you be a catalyst to transform your life and achieve self mastery?Born risk taker and life coach Stefan Grafstein shares his personal life experiences learned from taking some of scariest risks from swimming with sharks to crashing a convertible at 110 MPH and miraculously walking away to surfing the biggest waves around the world and swimming with sharks. But he says he took the biggest risk in life when he chose to forgo all his money and do something truly meaningful to pay it forward, which has taken his personal high-stakes risky experiences to create his own modalities and practices as a life coach for people to experience spiritual and personal self growth and mastery. We spoke to him about the power of risk taking and understanding our inner knowing in order to achieve self mastery.To connect with Stefan Grafstein and learn more about the power of risks and inner knowing to achieve self mastery, click here > https://stefangrafstein.com or connect with Stefan on Instagram here > https://www.instagram.com/stefan.grafstein-------And, to save yourself that trip to the market and get Instacart to deliver your groceries in as fast as 1 hour, click here > http://instacart.oloiyb.net/P5Zje *Note I am an affiliate of Instacart, which means that I earn a commission for any referral from my link. P.S. Know that I thoroughly vet all brands and companies in an affiliate program and only promote what I believe in.
38 minutes | 5 months ago
How to Design an Environment Impossible Not to Succeed
How do you define success? What do you think is holding you back in achieving all the success you want in your life?In this month's special collaboration with Hub Dot, a global organization taking a radically different approach to human connections and stories above job titles or social status, we speak to Simon Alexander Ong, an award-winning life coach and business strategist who says success is personal. And, with the right mindset, we can all design an environment that is impossible not to succeed.Simon tells us that first, we must define what success means to us personally without any external standards and expectations. But it's also important to understand the progress we're making along our personal path so not to commonly give up before you have a chance to experience success. Simon gets very tactical and practical with us in sharing detailed steps we can take to create the most optimal environment for success from how to identify if you're interested vs committed to your success to how to identify the right circle of people to surround yourself with and be inspired by to keep you on track for your own success. To learn more about Simon Alexander Ong's work and connect with him directly, you can find him here >https://www.simonalexanderong.com or on Instagram here > https://www.instagram.com/simonalexandero and on Linkedin here > https://www.linkedin.com/in/simonalexanderong.To learn more about Hub Dot, click here > https://hubdot.com
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