Connie Chapman is a life coach, speaker and writer empowering big dreamers and soul seekers to discover a new way of living, and create lives they love (from the inside out). Through her international 1:1 coaching practise she has spent the past 5 years personally guiding hundreds of women and men to break free of their limitations and unlock their true potential.
Connie is the creator of the transformative course Slow Down & Tune In, and host of the top-ranking podcast Awaken Radio where she shares inspiring and heart-felt conversations that reach thousands of listeners in countries all around the world.
Known for her authentic, honest and soulful approach, Connie’s transformative work is all about re-connecting with your heart and inner wisdom, embodying more love, peace and freedom, creating a mindset that empowers you, and learning to truly accept and value yourself.
I’ve been listening to Connie’s podcast and reading her blogposts for a few years now so it was such an honour and joy to chat on this interview with her. When she speaks it’s as though she speaks the language of my soul and I’ve learnt so much from her openness about her own journey and discoveries. I’m sure that you’ll agree she is one magical lady.
In this episode you’ll learn:
- How a book and practicing yoga began Connie’s inward journey
- How working with a life coach and finding a support network helped Connie to step into a true calling
- How Connie learnt to overcome the feelings of judgement from others when she changed the direction of her life
- The power of standing in your truth and authenticity despite others not understanding your life choices
- How to stand in your authentic power to speak your truth without emotional charge
- The power of journalling to unravel what’s behind the things that trigger us in life
- How to support and coach ourselves to let go of the expectations of others
- Why we can resist and distract ourselves from listening to our inner wisdom and truth
- Connie’s top self care and connection tips
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