033: The Mind-Blowing Way to Live a Life Full of Abundance | Julie Ann Cairns

When we believe there isn’t enough, there isn’t

[Julie Ann Cairns]

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In today’s episode of Mum-to-Mum Monday, we’ll be talking about abundance. Often in life, we’re bombarded with messages of scarcity, so much so, you might start to feel the optimism, hope and belief in yourself starting to drain away. But don’t despair, because it is possible to make a shift to the abundance mindset where you stay positive, keep smiling, and have your eyes wide open to all the possibilities, freedom and choice you deserve.

My guest today is SuperMum Julie Ann Cairns

Julie, a former economist for the Reserve Bank of Australia lives in Sydney, Australia with her husband and 12 year old daughter. She’s been working in the finance and wealth-creation industry for over 25 years and has taught more than 10,000 people how to create wealth and trade the international financial markets.

Her financial knowledge, alongside her own personal story of both making, and loosing fortunes, lead her to write, produce and direct her own documentary film called The Abundance Code which we’ll be talking about today.

The Abundance Code brings together over a dozen experts to bring you practical tips and inspiration to stay out of scarcity and keep moving into abundance. To connect and create. To collaborate instead of competing. To find purpose and meaning in your life instead of feeling lost, confused and alone.

I’m so happy to welcome Julie to the show today because she will inspire you to transform yourself and your life, and empower you to live an abundant life free from limiting beliefs.

 

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In this episode, you’ll find out:

  • Why Julie was so drawn to living an abundant life, she made a film about it!
  • Julie’s fascinating personal story of Cinderella-in-reverse
  • What an abundant life looks like, and how abundance will affect you more than you could ever know
  • What the extremely common subconscious barriers are that we put up between ourselves and our attainment of abundant wealth and freedom
  • The 3 secret steps of belief change, and how unlocking them will lead to a life of abundance
  • How to start tapping into our intuition to make better decisions
  • How mums can change our ‘code’ in order to live a life of abundance

 

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 Hope you enjoy todays show!

 

Tell me what you think?

If you have a question or want some advice from an expert in abundance, ask away.

And let us know in the comments: Do you live a life of scarcity? Or do you feel that everything you’ll ever need is at your fingertips?

Now, Go Conquer Motherhood!

Lisa York x

Show Notes:

JULIE’S WEBSITE: The Abundance Code

JULIE’S BOOK:  The Abundance Code: How to Bust the 7 Money Myths for a Rich Life Now

BOOK RECOMMENDATION: The Power of Your Subconscious Mind by Joseph Murphy

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031: A Kick up the Bum to Get What you Want in Life | Dr. Karen Osburn

Get clear on what you want in life and everything changes

[Dr. Karen Osburn]

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In today’s episode of Mum-to-Mum Monday we’ll be finding out how to get clear on what you want out of life and how to create the right mindset to go out and get it. You’ll learn how to be strong and powerful and go out and grab everything you want.

My guest today is SuperMum, Dr. Karen Osburn.

Karen is a Powerful Bad Ass Mindset Coach for Women Who Want More. She hosts the frank and honest, tell-it-like-it-is Women Wanting More podcast where she embraces her message, ‘Get Clear on What you Want in Life, and Everything Changes’.

Karen lives in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada with her husband and two sons, aged 3 and 6.

Today, Karen’s direct, no nonsense style combined with her professional expertise as a coach, and her journey as a mum, will help you cut through the excuses. Her plain talk and unwavering desire will equip you with an I-am-worthy mindset, and will turn your negative self-talk into something positive and empowering.

She’ll encourage you and make it clear that you don’t have to sacrifice your unique self in order to get MORE.

I am delighted to have Karen on my show today because as a highly acclaimed podcaster, individual and group coach, she has a great deal to teach us about the BAD ASS way of getting clear about what we want and going for it!

 

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In this episode, you’ll find out:

  • How to play bigger in life, how to be powerful, and how to go out and grab the things you want
  • How to figure out what the heck it is you want as a mum, and how to go about getting it
  • How Karen’s journey to motherhood by adoption, after seven painful years trying, has influenced and affected her life today
  • What to do when you’re pushed to the edge as a mum
  • How to stop feeling so scared and start facing your fears
  • How to turn negative self-talk into something that’s positive and empowering
  • The damaging effect of not taking action, and the consequences of inaction
  • Why we should stop making excuses, and start taking responsibility

 

 

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 Hope you enjoy todays show!

 

Tell me what you think?

If you have a question or want some advice from Powerful Bad Ass Mindset Coach for Women Who Want More, ask away.

Let us know in the comments. How can you play bigger in life? What will you do to get the things you want? Does negative self talk and excuses hold you back?

Now, Go Conquer Motherhood!

Lisa York x

Show Notes:

KAREN’S WEBSITE: Women Wanting More

KAREN’S PODCAST:  Women Wanting More

MENTOR: Garret J White: Warrior on Fire

BOOK: Loving What Is: Four Questions That Can Change Your Life by Byron Katie

PODCAST : The School of Greatness: Become a Love Warrior In and Out of Marriage with Glennon Doyle Melton

BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS:

WEBSITE: Monastery with Glennon Doyle

PROFILE: Elizabeth Gilbert

PROFILE: Brené Brown

SUPER SOUL TV: Oprah Sits Down with Glennon Doyle Melton

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026: The Incredible Power of Believing you Can Improve

It’s not how good you are. It’s how good you want to be

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My daughter Elizabeth is learning to talk.

She’s two and a half, so the vast world of words lays wide open before her.

I listen to her every day. Desperately trying to communicate, repeating herself again and again in the (often) forlorn attempt to be understood.

But does she ever give up, throw her hands in the air and declare that it’s all too hard?

Of course not. She just keeps on trying. That’s because, like all toddlers, she has a growth mindset.

She’s open to new possibilities, she won’t give up and she’s never afraid to fail.

We can learn so much from our little ones because it’s not how good you are, it’s how good you want to be.

Elizabeth wants to talk. And talk she will.

What do you want to do?

In this weeks episode of The Friday Café, Michelle Dawson and I talk about the incredible power of believing you can improve.

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This weeks challenge:

My challenge for this week is to think about something that you’ve always wanted to do. Something BIG, and then start to reprogram your mind by tell yourself you can do this.

You don’t have to work out the full picture yet, by take one small but essential first step and you’ll soon start to build momentum.

Please leave a comment:

Tell me in the comments. What can you do to be more open to new possibilities? What’s the big thing that you want to accomplish?

Michelle and I are here to spur you on and help you in any way we can.

Hope you enjoy the show.

Now, Go Conquer Motherhood!

Lisa York x

Show Notes:

TED TALK: The power of believing that you can improve with Carol Dweck

PROFILE: Carol Dweck 

WEBSITE: Mindset Works

TONY ROBBINS ARTICLE: Stop your Limiting Beliefs: 10 Empowering Beliefs that will Change your Life

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023: Secrets to Developing a Strong Mind and Finding Balance | Sara Robinson

The strong-minded rise to the challenge of their goals and dreams

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In today’s episode of Mum-to-Mum Monday we’ll be discussing how to create the strength of mind of an athlete to use in your life as a mum which will help to create balance and harmony in your busy world.

My guest today is SuperMum, Sara Robinson.

Sara has two small boys aged 4 and 1, has a Masters Degree in Sports Psychology and is a Mental Skills Coach. After learning first hand how hard it is to juggle everything that comes with the job title of Mum, Sara worked out the solution and went on to launch ‘Get Mom Balanced’ an online community of mums.

In her work, Sara brings together her professional skills and knowledge helping athletes, plus her experience as a mum, to help other busy mums create balance and develop the mental skills needed to survive and thrive in motherhood.

Today Sara will teach us why Mental Skills Training is so beneficial, and gives us some practical tools that we can use to strengthen our minds as mums. And I don’t know about you, but some days I need some of that in extra large doses.

Sara will help us understand why it’s important to look under our own bonnet, to find where our own passions and interests lie. We can then use that as a springboard to find out what makes us tick and then harness that to create a life that we love. A life that’s fulfilling to us as a woman, instead of simply fulfilling the needs of everyone else all the time.

I’m excited that Sara is joining us today because she’s passionate about helping mums to seek balance and give them support for the challenges of mom life. And I’m confident that she’ll help you too.

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In this episode, you’ll find out:

  • What Mental Skills Training is, and how we can take the mental strength skills that athletes use and apply them to our life as busy mums
  • How to get ourselves, and our children, to become mentally strong
  • Why finding balance is so important, but why it’s such a struggle to make balance part of our lives
  • How to say no without feeling terrible
  • The benefits and challenges of working from home
  • How you can take the skills that you have – your education, your professional experience and your passions and interests – and turn them into something that allows for balance

 

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 Hope you enjoy todays show!

 

Sara has kindly offered a free give-away with todays show. Send me an email with the words “Sara’s give-away” in the subject line, and I’ll send you the link to the Calmer Mama Checklist which helps mums understand the steps for how to calm down.

Please leave a comment:

If you have a question or want some advice from a Mental Skills Coach, ask away.

And let us know in the comments, do you have a strong mind as a mother or is it something you’re trying to improve? What have you done recently to try and find balance in your life?

Now, Go Conquer Motherhood!

Lisa York x

Show Notes:

SARA’S WEBSITE: Get Mom Balanced

BOOK RECOMMENDATION: UnSelfie: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed in Our All-About-Me World by Dr. Michele Borba

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022: Brilliant Tactics to Banish Worry

Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles, it empties today of its strength

[Corrie ten Boom]

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As a mum, you have plenty to worry about.

Trouble is, worry doesn’t change anything, and most of the things you worry about never end up happening.

If a problem CAN be solved, why worry about it? Instead use your energy to fix it.

If a problem CAN’T be solved, why worry about it? There’s nothing you can do to stop it. Instead use your energy to deal with it.

Don’t miss the sun that’s shining today worrying about the rain that may come tomorrow.

Worry never serves us. And it doesn’t change anything. Only you can change it.

Have faith in yourself that you can overcome it.

Because you can SuperMum. You can.

In this weeks episode of The Friday Café, Michelle Dawson and I talk about the brilliant tactics you can use to banish worry.

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This weeks challenge:

My challenge for this week is to consider the impact that your worrying has on your children. Do you want them to grow up being scared of their own shadow, or do you want your kids to be strong, resilient and conquer the world?

Look at the things you can control and try to find a solution to make it better, rather than spend precious energy worrying about what may come of it.

Listen to today’s show and we’ll tell you exactly what to do

Please leave a comment:

Tell me in the comments. Do you worry too much? What sort of things do you worry about?

Michelle and I are here to spur you on and help you in any way we can.

Hope you enjoy the show.

Now, Go Conquer Motherhood!

Lisa York x

Show Notes:

BOOK: Women Who Worry Too Much: How to Stop Worry and Anxiety from Ruining Relationships, Work, and Fun by Holly Hazlitt-Stevens

PROFILE: Tony Robbins

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020: Throw Away the Mummy Guilt

Behind every great kid is a mum who’s pretty sure she’s mucking it up

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Ask your child to tell you about mother’s guilt and they’ll look at you blankly.

“There will be so many times when you feel like you’ve failed, but in the eyes, heart and mind of your child, you are a supermum”

I love this quote by Stephanie Precourt.

Guilt is an emotion that we mums load on to ourselves because we never feel as if we quite live up to the mark.

But if we’re putting guilt on to ourselves, then we have the power to take it away from ourselves.

Bottom line, your child loves you right up to the moon.

And you love them right up to the moon …. and back.

You’re doing a great job. Now you just need to believe it.

In this weeks episode of The Friday Café, Michelle Dawson and I talk about the dreaded mummy guilt and how we can attack it head on.

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This weeks challenge:

So my challenge for this week is to think about something that makes you feel guilty and really start to work out a way to use that guilt to your advantage.

Step 1: What do you feel guilty about? If there’s lots of things, just focus on one at a time

Step 2: Can you either willingly drop the ball with it, or motivate yourself to make a change. That might be a physical change where you do something differently, or a mental change where you reframe how you see the situation.

Remind yourself that there is a solution to absoultely everything and they’ll be a solution here, so don’t give up on yourself.

Listen to today’s show for all the details.

Please leave a comment:

Then tell me in the comments. What makes you feel guilty, and how can you look at that guilt in a different way?

Michelle and I are here to spur you on and help you in any way we can.

Hope you enjoy the show.

Now, Go Conquer Motherhood!

Lisa York x

Show Notes:

BOOK: Mommy Guilt: Learn to Worry Less, Focus on What Matters Most, and Raise Happier Kids by Julie Bort, Aviva Pflock and Devra Renner

SURVEY: Overcoming ‘Mommy Guilt’  by the American Management Association “In a survey of over 1,300 parents – a whopping 96% … reported feeling guilty about some aspect of parenting.”

PROFILE: Dr Robin Smith

BOOK: Carry On, Warrior: The Power of Embracing Your Messy, Beautiful Life by Glennon Doyle Melton

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017: The Essential Guide to Being a Confident Mum | Barbara Liquorish

Confidence is something you create within yourself by believing in who you are

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Today’s episode of Mum-to-Mum Monday is about having self confidence in your ability as a mum.

SuperMum Barbara Liquorish is mum to 5 year old James and 2 year old William, and although she freely admits she doesn’t always gets it right, she has a deeply ingrained believe in her ability to succeed.

16 years as a mental care nurse has given Barbara insights and first hand knowledge of people who are vulnerable and desperate, but she’s taken the experience, knowledge and observations of her work and transferred them to her life as a mother.

In this episode you’ll discover why Barbara doesn’t use parenting books, but instead looks closely at what’s under her nose to find the right answers. She talks about how we mums can figure out what the right course of action is, despite the huge amount of information that is available to us. And we discuss why in our generation, we can often feel isolated as a mum, and left alone to work it out the whole motherhood thing for ourselves

I love that Barbara is such a confident parent. I love that she won’t be bullied. I love that she holds onto her own core values and has a real understanding of herself, and that she puts that into her parenting.

I know that you’ll love listening to her insights on the show today.

 

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In this episode, you’ll find out:

  • The different types of conflicts we face as mothers and how we deal with opposing advice
  • How we gain confidence as mothers when our baby is born, and then transfer that skill to our children as they get older
  • How in our generation, we can often feel isolated as a mum, and left alone to work it out for ourselves
  • Barbara’s opinion of ‘official help’, and whether she actually finds it helpful
  • How to take the information we have and use it to form a solid opinion about what is best for ourselves and our family
  • Why Barbara completely rejects being bullied by other people
  • The ways in which we can build our confidence as mothers and the key attributes of being confident as a mum

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 Hope you enjoy todays show!

 

Please leave a comment:

If you have a question or want some advice from a trained mental health nurse of 16 years, ask away!

And let us know in the comments, do you feel confident as a parent? What draws your confidence and what do you do to try and top it up?

Now, Go Conquer Motherhood!

Lisa York x

Show Notes:

YOU TUBE VIDEO: Who would you most like to have dinner with?

BOOK RECOMMENDATION: George’s Marvellous Medicine by Roald Dahl

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016: Discover Why your Heart should Rule your Head

Your heart knows things that your mind can’t explain

 

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I should say yes.

My children are begging me to say yes.

My friend thinks I should say yes.

My head says I should say yes.

Logically, I should say yes.

Rationally, I should say yes.

That’s it. I’ll say yes.

But it doesn’t feel right.

My gut says no.

I’m not sure why it says no.

But it does.

So, what is my answer?

The answer is no.

In this weeks episode of The Friday Café, Michelle Dawson and I talk about following your intuition and why it’s wise to following your hunch to say no, even when everyone else thinks you should say yes.

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This weeks challenge:

My challenge for this week is to find a pocket of silence, just for 5 minutes somewhere in your day, and start to listen – really listen – to what the voice in your head is telling you.

You probably won’t hear anything at first but don’t feel frustrated and give up if it doesn’t happen straight away. Stick with it, give it time, but do it regularly.

Eventually you’ll start to hear it above the rest of the noise in your life. And one day you’ll discover that your biggest ally and wisest mentor has been hiding out beween your very own ears without you even realising it.

Please leave a comment:

Then tell me in the comments. Did you manage to tap into your intuition? What did it tell you? How did it work out?

Now, Go Conquer Motherhood!

Lisa York x

Show Notes:

ARTICLE: HeartMath: The Heart Is More Powerful Than The Brain

RESEARCH ORGANISATION: HeartMath Institute

ARTICLE: 6 Techniques for Tapping Your Intuition

BOOK: The Power of Thinking without Thinking: by Malcolm Gladwell

PROFILE: Deepak Chopra

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014: Overcoming the Emotional Pain of Miscarriage

I fell in love with you in my womb. Now I carry you in my heart instead of my arms

As mums, miscarriage has probably touched our lives in some way.

One in four women suffer miscarriage, probably more. So if you haven’t experienced miscarriage yourself, chances are, you have a friend or relation that has.

I’ve had two miscarriages, both at opposite ends of the pain and suffering scale. The first was horrific, and the second, much less so. These words ring so true.

“I fell in love with you in my womb. Now I carry you in my heart instead of my arms”

I write through bleary eyes, even though it happened eight years ago.

In this weeks episode of The Friday Café, Michelle Dawson and I talk about our experiences of miscarriage which we hope will help you, or someone you know, through it.

You’ll always wonder who your baby would have been, but my sincere hope is that this will support you in your healing.

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Now, Go Conquer Motherhood!

Lisa York x

Show Notes:

ARTICLE: Coping with miscarriage by BabyCentre

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012: How to Retain your Willpower, Right through ’til Bath Time

Willpower is a muscle. The more you use it, the stronger it gets

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Do you wake up in the morning with good intentions?

Today’s the day that I’m going to start running.

Today’s the day that I’m going to get my paperwork in order.

Today’s the day that I’m going to cut out chocolate.

But come the evening, you’re completely shattered, the kids are driving you crazy, and low and behold, none of it has been done, despite your good intentions.

And you feel like you’ve failed yourself again.

The good news is, the only thing that stands between you and your goals is willpower.

It’s not that some people have it and some people don’t.

No.

We all have willpower. And it’s a skill you can develop.

In this weeks episode of The Friday Café, Michelle Dawson and I talk about willpower and the determination to succeed.

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Tell us in the comments. What erodes your willpower? What do you keep planning to do, but keep putting off?

Now, Go Conquer Motherhood!

Lisa York x

Show Notes:

EXPERIMENT: Stanford Marshmallow experiment

ARTICLE: Blame it on the Brain in The Wall Street Journal (which mentions the healthy vs. unhealthy snack experiment)

PROFILE: Roy Baumeister, social psychologist

PROFILE: Tony Robbins, motivational speaker and self-development author

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