Nancy Levin

Nancy Levin

Episode 143


Escaping the Addictive Nature Of The Go-Go-Go Lifestyle

We stay in the fast lane so that we don’t have to feel our deal.

Current times have forced a new pace of life upon so many of us. There’s an invitation to slow down, take stock, and reassess what’s most important. There’s a window to be more intentional and practice the grounding ritual that connects us back to our true essence.

Sure, these times are challenging – especially for those of us who are used to speed and hustle, but the pause can also be healing. Slowing down provides an opportunity to sit with the emotions and feelings hidden by the ‘go-go-go’ lifestyle.

In turn, we have a chance to shift from DOing to BEing – and in the process, we get clearer on our own wants, needs, and desires.

This episode’s guest – the incredible Nancy Levin – is here to help you navigate that transition with ease and grace. Drawing from personal experiences, Nancy shares her story about escaping the addictive ‘on-it’ lifestyle to learn how to live her life on her terms.

Nancy Levin is a Master Coach and bestselling author of several books including her latest, Setting Boundaries Will Set You Free.

Formerly the Event Director at Hay House for over a decade, Nancy is the creator of Levin Life Coach Academy and offers in-depth coaching and training programs designed to support clients in making themselves a priority and setting boundaries that stick.

Here’s a taste of what Nancy and I explore in this powerful episode:

  1. What does it feel like to go from a million miles per hour to slowing down completely?
  2. How does self-love feel?
  3. What are boundaries, what role do they play, and how do you know that you need one?
  4. The three sisters of overcoming selfishness.
  5. How to heal resentment.
  6. Why telling the truth takes less energy.
  7. Understanding our relationship to security and safety.
  8. Why the present moment is your crystal ball.
  9. And more…

If you’re ready to prioritize your own needs and take the stigma out of selfishness to live a slower-paced life, this episode promises a lot of clarity.

Check it out.

Nancy Levin