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How to find your purpose in life – Ashley Stahl – 365


How does your career tie into your core values, happiness, and life path? Is it “just a job,” or should it be something you find truly fulfilling—and how can you determine exactly what you’ll find fulfilling? In this week’s episode, I talk with career coach, speaker, and author Ashley Stahl—whose experience working in national security led her on a journey toward discovering her own career purpose: helping others discover theirs. You’ll want to take notes for this insight-filled episode!

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Coaching a Couple Through Staying Together or Breaking Up – Jayson Gaddis – 364


How can you know whether to continue or end a relationship? It’s a big and difficult decision, one that many couples experience. For Anya and Bodhi, their love keeps them together, but they also aren’t moving forward. Check out this week’s episode for my coaching session with this couple and learn my advice for them.

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How to Get Back to a Good Place Part II – Jayson Gaddis – 363

Last week we covered how to get back to a good place. 

This week we continue with part 2. 

As humans, we can’t avoid conflict. We all say and do things we regret later on…and it’s super easy to start blaming the other person when you’re upset. 

But there’s one thing you can do—and it’s detailed in my book, Getting to Zero—to start the repair process. I talk about it in this week’s episode, and even more in the book, so you’ll want to take a listen to the podcast for some tidbits and then order the book for tons more depth. The book is out now, so check it out and let me know your thoughts! 

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How to Get Back to a Good Place Pt. 1 – Jayson Gaddis – 362

Do you find it tough getting back to a good place after conflict in a relationship—the place where you feel connected and content? It’s easy to get stuck in a cycle of conflict, but the good news is that you can master resolution skills in your important relationship(s). You can learn to get back to that healthy place. It’s something we all have to work on—in fact, when I wrote my book, Getting to Zero: How to Work Through Conflict in Your High-Stakes Relationships, I wrote it for myself. But now I’m sharing it with the world. For a sneak peek into some of the tools I cover in the book, check out this week’s podcast: How to Get Back to a Good Place part 1. And don’t forget you can pre-order the book (for a little longer) to get in on the extras! 

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The Inside Scoop On My New Book – Jayson and Ellen – 361

Since it’s a huge part of relationships, I talk quite a bit about conflict and how to work through it. In fact, my new book, Getting to Zero: How to Work Through Conflict in Your High-Stakes Relationships, will be releasing in a few short days! So in this week’s podcast episode, Ellen and I talk more about the book and how it came about, plus some of our own conflict challenges and how we’ve dealt with them. Check out the episode below—and don’t forget you can pre-order the book now so you get it delivered on release day (October 5).

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Self-Soothing Vs A Partner Soothing You – Jayson & Ellen – 360

What do you think of when you hear someone mention self-soothing? Maybe some coping behaviors you learned as a child or have seen children exhibit? Sometimes those behaviors can carry over into our adult lives (glass of wine after a rough day…or zoning out in front of the TV/game system, perhaps). But how do those self-soothing behaviors fit into adult relationships—or should they at all? This week, Ellen and I answer a listener question on this subject. Check out the podcast episode here:

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