Earn Your Happy

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Get all the inside secrets and tools you need to help you bust through your fears, connect to your soul and get focused and clear so you can elevate your life, business and relationships… Listen in as Lori Harder, founder of the Bliss Project, 3X time fitness world champion, fitness expert and cover model, turned self love junkie - lifestyle entrepreneur and author digs in shares the goods! Each episode is designed to give you the tools, ideas, and inspiration to take action in your life. Tune in for an inspirational guest, a story or a "quickie" of motivation to get you out of a funk or blast you even further on your rockstar journey! Stop waiting until you are happy and go out and earn it! I promise to make sure we have some fun along the way - you can't take this life too serious. It's time to fall in love with the process and take back your control! Oh and please make sure to share the episodes that give you goosebumps and leave us a review!

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Last updated on August 08, 2020, 8:05 am

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047 QUICKIE! Self-Care Amongst CHAOS!

July 21, 2016 • 13m

Do you find yourself traveling a lot? Maybe for work, maybe for pleasure, or maybe your everyday schedule has somehow just become more hectic. Well…join the club! Today’s quickie is to remind you how to sustain self care, even when times get crazy. In just a little over one month’s time, I have traveled to 5 different cities. Being someone who enjoys habit and daily routine, this tends to throw me off track and being off track can lead towards crappier food choices, less time for workouts/meditation and occasionally an extra cocktail or two. I’m all about the extra cocktail or two, don’t get me wrong, but creating and continuing self-care during chaos is extremely important. “I want to enjoy my life no matter what time it is. I don’t want to be waiting to be home, or waiting to be back in my routine, I want to be in the NOW!” Realizing the positive things that recharge you, is the best way to stay on track. Of course taking the easy way out would be well…easy, but thats not what we are here for. Nothing good comes from “easy.” “Every opportunity is an opportunity to get stronger.” Feeling crazy and chaotic may not be your favorite feeling. Hopping on and off planes for work may not be the way you wanted you week to go, but each day we are blessed enough to rise and shine, is an opportunity to make it your own! Find your normalcy. Pack it up. Take it with you. In This Episode You Will Learn About: Self care Embracing the chaos Creating positive habits Self awareness of the NOW Maximizing the moment Finding normalcy while traveling Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook. You can also see more at my website: LoriHarder.com   bm35h2hj

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237: How and WHY to Step Into Your Truth NOW with Danette May

May 21, 2018 • 54m

I am so thrilled to have my soul sister, Danette May, back on the show today. Not only was she the one that initially introduced me to the idea of a mastermind (hello, A Tribe Called Bliss!), but she’s one of the most authentic people I know. If you want to hear more about her story, please be sure to check out the resources for our previous episode (her journey thus far is incredible).   Today, we’re talking about her upcoming event, The Rise, and how it helps women make authentic connections by allowing them to be their authentic selves. Danette shares so many soul-shaking experiences and insights – all focused again on connecting with yourself to step into your highest purpose. Her wisdom is so relatable and I honestly could listen to her all day long.   I hope you enjoy our conversation and hopefully, we’ll both get to see you at her event in October (details in the Resources section). --    Question Highlights: What made you want to host The Rise event? Where did you come from – when did your soul speak to you, what did life look like and when did you first take action? Why did your soul sign up for this event? When you think of your event, what are some of the things you want to have at the event? What can you tell those who are feeling called to go? What does it mean to see yourself? If you had to name three things that you think makes someone transform, what would they be? What has having a female connection in your life done for you? Why do events have the capability to shift your world? What is something you want people to know about the work you’re doing with The Rise?   In This Episode We Talk about: Connecting authentically with others by being authentically you What Danette did when fear hit her surrounding The Rise event Soul contracts The cellular remembering of your power What happens when you don’t listen to your soul Showing up so you can see yourself Speaking the truth to your soul The power of events What true, raw sisterhood means to Danette What Lori will be performing at The Rise event And so much more…   Quotes “If you’re not unraveling, you’re not growing.”   “Movement is like cleaning out the cobwebs of your soul.”   “You get to choose your environment.”   “If I can love myself and get into my own radical self-acceptance, I’ve got a best friend for life.”   “Your self-love is your biggest work.”   “Rise within so you can rise up.”   “You get to be happy just because you exist.” --  Danette May is a motivational speaker, #1 best-selling author of seven health and women empowerment books, celebrity trainer, and mother. Danette is the founder of Mindful Health, LLC, a platform that reaches hundreds of thousands of women around the world. Danette stars in some of the top-selling fitness DVDs sold worldwide, is a top magazine\ model, and a frequent guest on national TV, Access Hollywood, Hallmark Home and Family, CBS, among others. Danette has a deep passion for peeling back the layers of women’s light and empowerment through healing foods, healing movement and a healing mindset. She loves transforming hundreds of thousands of women around the world by helping them gain the knowledge and inspiration to love the bodies they LIVE in and love the LIFE they live! Resources: TheRiseDenver.com The Rise Event • Denver, CO • October 13-14, 2018 IG: @thedanettemay Danette’s last episode on Earn Your Happy - Episode 20: 3 Life Lessons to Create Big Shifts Check out my website at loriharder.com. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook.

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177: Removing The Masks That Hold You Back with Lewis Howes

October 23, 2017 • 68m

I’m so honored to have my friend and mentor, Lewis Howes, on again. We talk about his new book Mask of Masculinity, which drops on Oct. 31, and how he came up with the idea to write it.   While this book was written primarily for men, I discovered that his book is also a helpful tool for women who are looking to understand the men in their lives. Heck, it can help you understand ALL human beings and the masks that people wear to hide or perhaps enhance who they truly are. Once we’re aware of these masks and can accept them, we can tap into a deeper level of connection to all human beings.   --   Questions Asked in This Episode: How did you know what direction you wanted to head in your business endeavors? How do you know to follow through with an idea? How did you transcend when family and friends tried to hold you back? Do you feel if our parents would have lived more in their purpose we would have gotten more from them and had a richer experience? In terms of dreams and goals, how do you and your girlfriend support one another? Why did you still feel unfulfilled when you were so close to getting everything you wanted? What are the 9 Masks of Masculinity and how did you come up with them? Looking back on your career, would you do anything differently? Were you afraid of feedback? What was the worst feedback you pictured? When you wrote Mask of Masculinity, did anything unexpected come up for you? How would you advise women who’ve been cracked open emotionally to help the men in their lives do the same? Who is the ideal audience for your book?   In This Episode We Talk about: What it means to fill in the gaps and spaces in the world Creating more abundance by letting go Surrounding yourself with friends who have similar energy The importance of communication in relationships and why they must support your dreams (even if that support is minimal) Why growth and contribution are the art of achievement (and fulfillment) The 9 Masks of Masculinity talked about in Lewis’s book, Mask of Masculinity, and how he came up with them Being aware of your actions and how they affect people and whether they’ll make a positive or negative impact Lewis’s desire to make an impact Why life-altering awakenings (big and small) help us look at things differently Only taking feedback if it resonates with you and/or comes from someone you trust and respect Awareness of masks and accepting them Connecting with the men in your life (and all human beings) And so much more…   Quotes:   “I’ve found fulfillment in being secure in who I am in the moment.”   “My dreams are my priority.”   “Live with your responsibilities, but also find the path of your dreams.”   “When we fixate on making money to gain self-worth, it’s never enough.”   “It’s the most selfish thing to give because you feel the best.”   “The masks help us get results.”   “It’s unfulfilling to always be right and to win at all costs.”   “When we can fully let go of these masks and connect to people and have them see us – and fully get us – what’s when true intimacy and connection occurs.”   “It’s our responsibility to be aware when we’re wearing a mask.”   “Every moment I’m not making an impact I’m wasting the gift I was born with.”   “My fuel is based on the fear of regretting at the end of my life that I didn’t give enough.”   “When we are acknowledged, we feel like we can do more good.”   --   Before LEWIS HOWES became a media sensation for empowering people and sharing 'Greatness' across the globe, he had his share of obstacles to overcome. From having a learning disability, which led to being alone and bullied in school, to being sexually abused as a child, to being injured and broke on his sister’s couch, Lewis’s story is the perfect example of how anybody can overcome the obstacles in their life and achieve greatness. Fast forward a few short years, and Lewis is a New York Times Bestselling author of the hit book, The School of Greatness and releases his new book, Mask of Masculinity on Oct. 31. He is a lifestyle entrepreneur, high performance business coach and keynote speaker. A former professional football player and two-sport All-American, he is a current USA Men’s National Handball Team athlete. He hosts a top 100 podcast in the world, The School of Greatness, which has over 40 million downloads since it launched in 2013. He was recognized by The White House and President Obama as one of the top 100 entrepreneurs in the country under 30. Lewis has been featured on Ellen, The New York Times, People, Forbes, Inc, Fast Company, ESPN, Sports Illustrated, Men’s Health, The Today Show and other major media outlets.   Resources:   Mask of Masculinity by Lewis Howes Available for pre-order now at: http://www.Maskofmasculinity.com   LewisHowes.com IG: @lewishowes FB: facebook.com/lewishowes   Previous podcast with Lewis Howes: https://www.loriharder.com/episode36/ Checkout my website at loriharder.com. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook.

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368: Questionably Awesome – Your Burning Questions Answered

May 15, 2019 • 33m

In This Episode You Will Learn About: What we grew from this past week Healthy relationships with people who have different beliefs than you Moving through an information overload Keeping it all together What looks effortless to outsiders, but is actually challenging   Resources: The Bliss Project 2020 Learn more: powerful-u.com code TRIBE for $100 tickets!   Show Notes: Time for another Q&A Day with me and Evans! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! In today’s “questionably awesome” episode, Evans and I are talking about having healthy relationships with family and friends that have different views, information overload, keeping it all together, and internal challenges that may look effortless to outsiders.   Review of the Week: Leah Melanie: “Lori and Evans crack me up with their "questionably awesome" podcast. I find myself laughing in the car and it brings such levity and lightness to my day. The balance between Lori's tangible tips and topics and her silliness is the perfect blend. It reminds me of my personality and how I love my life. Yin and yang, light and heavy. I am grateful for what this podcast has brought to my life. Keep up the great work and keep being "questionably awesome"! (It's not really a question though, you're awesome for sure) xoxox, Leah”   Question 1: @katieandhercanines “Hi favorite people! How do we have healthy relationships with close family members even if our beliefs and lifestyles are so different? I want to make it work, always!”   Question 2: @stacymacleod “Have you experienced info overload?  A paralysis? How do you move forward?  Thank you!”   Question 3: @tay_pelletier “How do you keep it all together without keeping it all together?”   Question : @emilyghoshharris “What's something for you that looks truly effortless from the outside but is internally challenging?” Earn Your Happy is a production of Crate Media

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504. Get out of your own way - with Dave Hollis

March 16, 2020 • 73m

In This Episode You Will Learn About: How growth leads to discomfort Changing your relationship with failure Choosing how to utilize your time when you’re unhappy Bringing your partner along on your growth journey Understanding why you are in the place you are in Auditing your inner circle Practicing radical candor in your personal and professional life Accepting anything that comes up Writing a book Resources: Learn more: thehollisco.com Read: Get Out Of Your Own Way LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/dave-hollis-b5a48671 Show Notes: I’ve already had a chance to talk with Rachel Hollis on the show, but today I get to talk with the other half, Dave Hollis. It is so fun getting both perspectives when talking to someone about their business and life. His new book, Get Out Of Your Own Way, is all about finding a path to growth and fulfillment when you may be skeptical about the practicality of it. We dive deep into how growth leads to discomfort, getting familiar with failure, and growing along with your partner.   Question Highlights: Do you still get uncomfortable? What do you say to people who have serious concerns and fears around failure? What would you say to someone who doesn’t know if their partner is right for their personal development journey? What are the things that you want to say to people about what it actually takes? How do you make spaces to have private conversations? What do you do to accept anything that comes up? What are the things that came up when you wrote your book?   Guest Bio: Dave Hollis serves as the CEO of The Hollis Company where he chases audacious dreams with his partner and CCO, the extraordinary NY Times Best-Selling author, motivational speaker, and world-changer Rachel Hollis. The Hollis Company is built around the belief that everybody is made for more. It exists to arm people from every background with the tools to change their life for the better. Our content is a mix of encouragement, authentic truth-telling and tangible direction to make lasting change. We create tools and foster community to help people grow in their relationships, businesses, sense of self, and opportunities to impact others. The Hollis Co measures success in impact: how can the media, live events, and merchandise we produce create real and lasting life change? The company lives in these lanes and it’s where the family of existing brands will continue to thrive. Outside of The Hollis Co, Dave is a member of the Motion Picture Academy and sits on the membership committee, serves on an innovation board called Fandango Labs, as well as the board of Will Rogers Motion Pictures Pioneers, the board of foster care charity Austin Angels and the board of Pepperdine's Institute for Entertainment, Media and Culture. Dave believes in the importance of variety in a career as a prerequisite for considering any candidate -- his myriad jobs in Research, Publicity, Talent Management, Grassroots Marketing, Brand Management, Retail Strategy, Technology Innovation, and Sales has rounded his expertise and affords an informed, solution-oriented macro view of any business. Dave is the father of four children, an adoptive father, and four-time foster dad. As a family, the Hollis’ support philanthropy in the foster care and the teen/transitional homelessness space. They live and operate their business out of Austin, TX.

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244: How Perspective Changes Your Life

June 14, 2018 • 9m

  I’m still on my book tour, and it means the world to me to share the room with so many amazing women. And while it’s a massive dream come true, it’s also forced me to make some massive perspective shifts when it comes to traveling, speaking, signing books and taking pictures. I’ll be honest, it can be a lot for this introvert who is prone get to getting anxiety! But once I’m able to slow down and change my perspective on it all – there’s no way I wouldn’t do what I’m doing. It’s just all about changing the way we view things.   One question I pose to my book tour audiences is, “what’s stopping you from connecting in different relationships?”   “In order for things to change, we have to change how we’re viewing things.”   Whether it’s your body, career or relationships, it is imperative that we shift our perspectives before anything can happen. We need to shift into how we want to feel.   It’s amazing how this small little thing (OK, not always the easiest task), can give you tons of energy back. No matter what you’re feeling anxiety around, change the lens you’re viewing it through and see how you can make it easier. There could be a different (and better) way.   Do this, and you’ll be on the fast track to changing your life.   -- In This Episode Lori talks about:   Shifting your perspectives Why the way we view things may be preventing connection What Lori’s book tour is teaching her   Resources:   Go to ATribeCalledBliss.com to find out the latest on Lori’s book tour and join the world’s biggest tribe book club   A Tribe Called Bliss by Lori Harder Now available at loriharder.com/amazon or ATribeCalledBliss.com   Join me on the A Tribe Called Bliss Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1571018952966750/   Check out my website at loriharder.com. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook.

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540. Growing multi-million dollar dreams (w/ Dry Bar founder) - with Alli Webb

May 18, 2020 • 60m

In This Episode You Will Learn About: Deciding on a business idea Creating something entirely new Growing as a person as you grow your business Dealing with conflict Showing up in your relationships   Resources: Dry Bar: thedrybar.com Listen: Raising the Bar Instagram: instagram.com/alliwebb Lite Pink: instagram.com/drinklitepink   Show Notes: I’ve wanted to interview today’s guest since I first considered starting a podcast. She’s impacted so many women’s lives, whether directly or through the ripples that her influence has had. Alli Webb is the founder of Drybar and Squeeze. If you are someone with a dream to start your own business, this is the podcast for you, because she will make you believe it is tangible, and she will show you how you can make it happen. Question Highlights: What made you decide to follow through with the idea for Drybar? How do you get people to buy into an idea? What is the biggest shift between you from when you started your business to now? What have you learned to help you move through conflict in your relationships? What is a question that you wish more people would ask you? What is making you happy in your relationships today? Guest Bio: Alli Webb is an Entrepreneur, N.Y. Times Bestselling Author, Founder of Drybar, and co-founder of Squeeze. After spending 15 years as a professional hairstylist, Webb left the professional hair industry in 2005 to start a family but decided to find a way to continue pursuing the creative side of hairstyling at a new-mom pace. She began offering affordable in-home blowout services to her mommy friends, which quickly expanded into a mobile operation by 2009. In 2010, Webb opened the first Drybar in Brentwood, CA. Almost 10 years later and over 150 locations across the U.S., Webb’s Drybar has exploded into a nationally recognized and highly sought-after brand. Webb has also diversified the Drybar brand, creating a line of products and tools sold at popular retailers such as Nordstrom, Sephora, and Ulta. Webb has been named the “100 Most Creative People in Business” by Fast Company, featured on Fortune magazine’s “40 Under 40” list, Marie Claire’s “Most Fascinating Women” covered Inc Magazine’s “How I Did This” issue and recently Inc. magazine recognized her as one of “The 100 Women Building America’s Most Innovative and Ambitious Businesses.” Webb is currently the host of “Raising the Bar” a podcast she launched with her brother and business partner Michael Landau. The weekly show provides a platform to budding entrepreneurs. In 2018 Webb appeared on season 10 of ABC’s Emmy-nominated hit show “Shark Tank” as a guest shark. Recently, Webb opened the doors to her next business venture Squeeze, an innovative massage concept that lets you book and pay online - the latest extension of her expanding empire. Squeeze’s first location is set in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Studio City. Webb currently resides in Los Angeles, CA with her two sons.

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331: How to Trigger A Breakthrough with Tracy O’Malley

February 18, 2019 • 60m

In This Episode You Will Learn About: Tracy’s story of growing up + addiction The work she did for herself The story she kept hearing as a child + the belief system it created Speaking to her younger self Navigating the in-between Taking 11 months of silence Knowing the fear and understanding it Finding the “root” Healing her relationship with women   Resources: Learn more: tracyomalley.com Instagram: @tracy_omalley Read: Grace, Grit, Guts Check out: The Bliss Project March 2019 Fast Foundations Mastermind   Show Notes I am SO excited for today’s episode because I am joined by Tracy O’Malley! Tracy is a recovery coach helping women heal their relationship to alcohol, food and drugs. She dedicated to helping women heal their internal wounds– is that not just incredible? Tracy has been in my life for a while, and she always offers so much wisdom each time we’re together. Her comeback story is BEAUTIFUL. Being able to sit down with Tracy and get deep was SO necessary and I can’t wait for you to listen.   Question Highlights: Was your work with other people always meant to happen? How do you navigate the in-between? How do you navigate the fear? What is your advice for those trying to find the root?   Tracy O’Malley is a sought after Master Transformation Coach, Power-House Entrepreneur, Key-note speaker, and Author. She has inspired people from all walks of life. She is the Queen of Tough Love and Transformation who has facilitated soul breakthroughs and sustainable change in thousands of people all over the world. With Tracy’s coaching you will tackle limiting habits, uncover hidden blind spots, navigate tough transitions, and create shifts that result in emotional, physical, spiritual, and financial freedom. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook

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512. The opposite of depression is purpose - with Cathy Heller

March 30, 2020 • 51m

In This Episode You Will Learn About: Cultivating radical empathy The importance of healthy attachment Being new at something after seeing success Figuring things out as you work Your audience is your past self Taking that first ugly, scary step   Resources: Learn more: cathyheller.com Instagram: @cathy.heller Read: Don’t Keep Your Day Job: How to Turn Your Passion into Your Career Listen: dontkeepyourdayjob.com   Show Notes: Cathy Heller is the author of Don’t Keep Your Day Job, as well as the host of the massively popular podcast of the same name. She is a songwriter, singer, podcast host, author, and summit host. She is an all-around amazing, epic human being who wants to help people find their purpose. You are going to love this interview as she shares how to get over the fear of starting something new, getting over perfectionism, and the importance of empathy.   Question Highlights:   What have you done to support people when they take a leap to the next level? Have you ever had a period in your life where you were isolating yourself? What do you say to people who have fulfilled their purpose and don’t know what’s next? What’s the next level for you that freaks you out? Can you expand on how to have the courage to step into something new?     Guest Bio: Cathy Heller is a fire hose of inspiration. She’s the host of the popular podcast Don’t Keep Your Day Job, which was given the #1 spot on iTunes recommend list of shows for the New Year in 2018 and 2019. Each week Cathy encourages thousands and thousands of listeners to find more purpose in their life and get paid to do what they love full time. Cathy’s show has been featured in Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, HuffPost, the NY Times and Inc Magazine, and has 9 million downloads. She’s been featured several times by Apple themselves and the fans are resonating with how genuine she is. Throughout the show, she has interviewed creative entrepreneurs like actress Jenna Fischer, popular blogger Seth Godin, designer Jonathan Adler, make up artist Bobbi Brown, dancer Mandy Moore, Jimmy Choo co-founder Tamara Mellon, fitness expert Jillian Michaels, Starbucks’s Howard Schultz, and Gretchen Rubin to name a few. Cathy’s book Don’t Keep Your Day job is coming out in November with Macmillan. It’s filled with inspirational stories from people within her own tribe who have decided to take control of their life’s journey. Her book goes into detail about how to find the work you were meant to do, how to grow your business, and level up your quality of life all around. She is a phenomenal coach for creative entrepreneurs and she’s helping people everywhere find a deeper sense of purpose and add their gifts to the world. Cathy often says “purpose is the opposite of depression” and she is truly lifting others to be the happiest version of themselves.

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202: FAITH Means Trusting THIS...

January 18, 2018 • 19m

  This past weekend, I attended an event for the network marking company I’m affiliated with it and it was incredible! Every year around this time I always reflect and am so grateful for the relationships it has brought into my life. I honestly never thought I would be part of this type of company (it took a long time and ton of fear), but despite the nay-sayers and my own initial reservations, I haven’t regretted it for a second.   So if you’re feeling fear around something and/or a pull on your soul, go for it and ignore all the background noise within and outside – I’m living proof. Trust me, after creating a podcast, network marketing and writing a book, I’ve come to trust my soul to guide me in the right direction. But in order to do so, I have to consistently keep chipping away day by day at my goals.   “Consistency trumps everything.”   If you keep showing up and learning, you will go exactly where the message on your soul means for you to go. And this often times means ignoring the protective voices in your head and of others. Ditch the stories that swirl around in your head and choose the thoughts that align with your message. And yes, we ALL have a message (that means you!).   “If you have a pulse, you have a message.”   Your message is as unique as you are, so if you haven’t pinned down exactly what it is, don’t worry, you just need to listen more closely and give it a bit more time. Even if you think that pull is something far too simple… stop and listen. Does it bring you fulfillment or happiness? Ding, ding – you’ve got a winner, and now you must protect it.   Full honesty? It takes a ton of bravery to create boundaries and protect your goals and message. After all, your goals are linked to your happiness. But let’s not forget faith. It is imperative that you have faith throughout the winding process of life.   “Faith is trusting that you’re forgiven in the face of no closure.”   What do I mean by this? Lately, I’ve had to say no to a lot of people who I’ve wanted to say yes to. I’m a people pleaser (old habits die hard), but I work on it every day. Sometimes when I say no or have to leave a conversation abruptly, I feel such guilt and fear that someone will be upset with me. The reality though is that they likely didn’t even notice. And if they did, they either understand or will forget it in a matter of minutes.   “Create boundaries around the things that are leaking your energy.”   Stop leaking your energy by carrying guilt for something that doesn’t exist! Give yourself the gift of closure – forgive and move on. I’m not saying that you won’t have your challenges along the way, but preserve your energy to fulfill your goals/message.   “Big, bold steps take energy and bravery.”   -- In This Episode You Will Learn:   Why we need to create boundaries to protect our goals and message The importance of whole-heartedly having faith and forgiveness How you can gain energy back by getting closure  Resources:   Check out my website at http://loriharder.com. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook.

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362: Questionably Awesome-Answering your Burning Questions

May 01, 2019 • 30m

In This Episode You Will Learn About: Evans camping out in her apartment Ways to start a meditation practice The hamster wheel of life How to stay confident when you’re the last on single in your friend group   Resources: The Bliss Project 2020   Show Notes: Time for another Q&A Day with me and Evans! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! In today’s “questionably awesome” episode, Evans and I are talking about starting a meditation practice, figuring out the hamster wheel of life, and staying confident when you’re single.   Review of the Week: @Freeze8: "I love listening to Lori Harder. I've been following her for a few years and am working my way through her podcasts. It has been amazing to listen to her throughout the years and see her growth into being the unapologetic amazing version of herself that she is. She's given me permission to show up as who I am and who I want to be without fear of the judgement hat will come either way. Every time I listen to her podcast I laugh out loud and am loving the relationship sh has with Evans.They are hilarious and always make me laugh and smile. Keep doing you girl! you're making us all better! "   Question 1: @courtboggs “For someone who is new to meditation but would really benefit from it, how do you recommend getting started?”   Question 2: @ashleyshortyworo “What do you do (or not do) when you find yourself on the hamster wheel of life?! Like not working on your goals even though you really want to, but instead get caught up in the survival game.”   Question 3: @chelsey.bird “How can I stay confident when I’m the last one of my friends to be single?” Earn Your Happy is a production of Crate Media

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164: How To Stop SABOTAGING OURSELVES

September 07, 2017 • 17m

How many of you scroll through social media more often than you’d like to admit? Hand raised here! But check this out… My friend, Michael Zeller, just informed me the other day that when you’re distracted from a task, it takes 13 minutes for your mind to get back on track. So just think, if you’re sidetracked even four times a day, that’s a WHOLE hour of floundering trying to get back on track. This is why we must… “Get fierce with eliminating distractions.” These days our thoughts and social media are the winners when it comes to time-wasting. Now don’t get me wrong, I don’t think it’s always bad to spend time on social media, but it is when all you’re doing is comparing or numbing out. For instance, are you really just checking in on Jane, or do you immediately start comparing her life to yours when you look at her pictures? If the latter sounds familiar, I’m here to tell you that you’re not alone, and you CAN stop comparing yourself to others, But first, you have to beat the addiction to comparison (and the other common addictions such as judgment, blame and numbing out). Below is a chart of the common saboteurs and alternative practices you can implement to help rid yourself of those addictions and keep your happiness and productivity high! “You are NOT stuck with who you think you are right now. Don’t believe everything you think – it’s probably not even your through.” Recognize your honest truth (as hard and uncomfortable as that may be) and CHOOSE to see things differently and choose better thoughts. “Your life will manifest around the things you think the most.” In This Episode You Will Learn: How comparison, judgment, blame and numbing out are keeping you from doing what you want to do Tips to replace the above practices Why happiness is your TOP priority Resources: The Bliss Project Check out my website at loriharder.com. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook.

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