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Author and Well-Being Consultant

Are you having a hard time replacing old habits with new ones? Do you keep procrastinating getting started or getting something done? Well-Being Consultant Linda Bonnar provides the right tools and techniques to making change more manageable. Her tools help you eliminate the resistance that keeps you from taking action, inspire you to make space, and how to deal with the imposter syndrome.

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Change can be scary ("What if I fail?") and overwhelming (" I don't even know where to start."), but change can also be incredible!  

Everyone has something in their lives that they’d like to improve, whether that’s managing stress more effectively, being more organized, eating healthier, feeling more purposeful, or carving out more time to rest. But many struggle to take consistent action to make it happen. 

You are in charge of your life, keep showing up for yourself, one day at a time!


2:15 What life events inspired Linda to write her book “Just Three Things.”

3:55 How do we find time for change? 6:19 The awareness of how you spend your time is crucial.

8:30 Creating a conducive space is necessary! Physical and headspace.

9:56 Linda’s advice for cleaning out your mind and dealing with issues.

12:00 De-clutter your life! Audit yourself and your things every so often to see if they still have value to yourself.

13:28 Approaching the fear of change.

15:49 You become the people that you hang out with.

16:20 What is the Imposter Syndrome? Who does it affect? How can we overcome it?

19:00 Labels are for jars. Stop labeling yourself and others.

23:01 Creating big changes by implementing small steps.

25:40 Take the pressure off yourself on your journey. Comparison is the thief of accomplishment. Be flexible with the process.

28:14 How to put an end to procrastination!

31:55 The challenges that Linda is still working on today. Hint: don’t forget to take a vacation.

35:58 Feel free to stay int touch with Linda Bonnar based on the mentioned accounts. 


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Hosted by: Jill de Jong

Produced and edited by: AJ Moseley

Medical Disclaimer

Content here and in this podcast is for informational purposes only. It does not substitute any medical advice, and does not replace any medical judgment by your health provider. Always seek a licensed physician or professional provider for health related questions and issues.

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