SHOW NOTES: Episode 25
Today, I have Erin Harrigan joining me to talk all about redefining hustle. Erin is a Christian business coach who is on a mission to help high achieving Christian women level up their businesses without compromising their faith. She helps women be more focused and fruitful by aligning business strategy and goals to God’s truth.
On today’s episode, Erin begins by sharing her story of how becoming a Christian made her realize we aren’t meant to run around in chaos which led her to start coaching women on redefining hustle. She talks about how the dictionary definition of hustle is all about intention and purpose and not about the aggressive and forceful way that we have redefined it in today’s culture.
Although our culture feels like rest is lazy and is something that should be earned, it isn’t and we have actually forgotten that self care and rest is not something we ever need to earn.
Erin and I talk about how we tend to see things as black and white instead of the gray middle ground where we can actually find a lot more happiness, joy, and freedom, how rest can look different for everyone, and the importance of making rest a priority for your mental and physical health. We also talk about some ways to redefine hustle for someone who feels stretched thin because carving out about 5 minutes each morning to meditate, pray and journal, and to make a list of the things that are restful can benefit you.
What an amazing gift this conversation is with Erin.
If you’re trying to hustle the way the world expects you to hustle, I invite you to consider redefining hustle in any role that you’re in to be purposeful and intentional in seeking rest and renewal.
Making rest a priority is truly loving your body well.
Thank you for listening! I would love to connect with you on Instagram (@loveyourbodywell) and hear what you thought about today’s episode!
IN THIS EPISODE, WE COVER:
- Redefining hustle
- The dictionary definition of hustle is all about intention and purpose
- How our culture feels like rest is lazy and is something that should be earned
- How we tend to see things as black or white instead of the gray middle ground
- How rest can look different for everyone
- The importance of making rest a priority for your mental and physical health
- Some ways to redefine hustle for someone who feels stretched thin
LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:
- Connect with Erin on her Instagram @erindharrigan, her website erinharrigan.com, on Facebook, and listen to her podcast: Redefining Hustle
- Check out Erin’s 4 keys to redefine hustle!
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- Check out last week’s episode here!
- I’d love to connect with you on Instagram: @loveyourbodywell
- Join my email list HERE to stay connected!
MORE ABOUT THE LOVE YOUR BODY WELL PODCAST:
Nourishment from the inside out.
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I’m your host, Amy Reinecke, and I’ve made it my mission to empower you to own your journey and embrace the path before you. Wellness is multi-faceted and there are so many areas that create the foundation for overall wellness. As women, too often the number on the scale or the size of our jeans takes precedence, and the truth is, it’s about a lot more than that.
On the Love Your Body Well Podcast you’ll be encouraged to be an advocate for your health, learn to listen and love the skin you’re in, embrace your journey and heal your body and mind with self love and compassion.This podcast is for you if you want to take back control of your health and embark on a self love journey to love, cherish and care for the one body you have. Here, you will learn how to love your body well.
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