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Sep 26, 2022 |

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The thing I’m most passionate about? Holistic success. This looks like owning your desires, cultivating a closer (and kinder!) relationship with yourself, and designing a life and business that honors your truth.

As a Master Certified Coach, I help bold, brilliant, and big-hearted leaders in business scale to multiple six and seven figures, while leading a joyfully aligned life!

As an empath, introvert and HSP, I not only understand but celebrate the gift of being a deep thinker and processor.  And, as a coach – who is no stranger to walking the talk – I hold you accountable to your goals when your gifts get in your way of taking action.

When it comes to running a business, I share candidly what I know from running two successful businesses over the past decade including my coaching business and a transformational retreat business with curated experiences hosted in the Dominican Republic and India.

Before becoming a coach, I was a U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer, a small grants manager for a USAID-funded sustainable tourism project in the Dominican Republic, and later a Senior Economist with the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

This year, I moved home to Boston after well over a decade in the Washington DC area alongside my former fellow economist cubemate and now husband Parth, and our fur babies Luna and Molly.

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Trigger warning:
This episode may contain triggering content for some listeners affected by child loss; please review the show notes to know if this episode is proper for you now.

As an empath, it can often feel like we’re living in a world that’s grieving hardship and heartbreak. This is why I’m grateful to sit down with Jenn Andreou, an Executive Coach and Grief Recovery Method Specialist. In her work, Jenn helps grievers who feel stuck in the pain of their losses to move through grief and take action to regain their wellbeing. Throughout the episode, we talk about living with grief and allowing yourself to feel pain, sadness, and sorrow instead of fixing or bypassing them. After living through two tragic losses, it took Jenn seventeen years to truly begin to heal and find her way back to joy. Why? Because while grief is emotional, we as a society often intellectualize it and don’t allow ourselves to truly embrace and process our feelings. Jenn joins me for a heartfelt discussion on taking action (not the kind you may think), becoming more honest with yourself, and embracing the idea that it’s okay for things to not always be good so you can heal and move forward.

Visit this episode’s show notes page here.

The Prosperous Empath® Podcast is produced by Heart Centered Podcasting.

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