Oct 31, 2022 |

Robbi Mermel Nierenberg

When I write my autobiography, it will be titled “Return to Play: Simple, Deep and Profound” because that’s my life’s work. I bring a spirit of playfulness and curiosity to my work with high-performing achievers who are so busy doing that they forget how to really live and have fun. My clients have achieved a lot but they delay celebrating their wins because they’re so used to shifting the goal post. And that gets in their way of achieving what they truly desire. 

As a former collegiate athlete, I know peak performance is a mind game – that mental fitness, even more than physical fitness, limits our potential. And that’s where I excel – identifying the cracks in the foundation so your game can take off – be it the game of business, sports, relationships, or life itself.I consider myself a student of life, put unwavering trust in my spidey sense, and care about walking the talk as a human and coach. 

Right now I live in Steamboat Springs, CO with my husband whom I met on a chairlift! And I’m thrilled to say that my life is a word-for-word manifestation of what I’d once envisioned – that’s the power of possibility and aligned action.


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A Conversation with Coping with Herpes Expert, Drew Rabidoux

Drew Rabidoux, therapist, therapist coach, Coping with Herpes expert, course creator, mom, and boyband fanatic, is on the podcast today. In our conversation, she’s sharing about her recent course, Women Coping with Herpes. However, you can take out the word “herpes” and replace it with whatever you might be struggling with right now, and so much of Drew’s wisdom will apply. Something that I am really struck by after recording this episode is that oftentimes when we are on our path, we don’t understand why we hit certain bumps along the way. But hindsight is always 20/20 and looking back we have the clarity that each step along the way has been in service of who we are meant to become and what we are meant to have. I’ve never talked about something so heavy and significant while also laughing so hard. Drew left me feeling deeply inspired, and I hope she can do the same for you.

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The Prosperous Empath Podcast is produced by Heart Centered Podcasting.


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