Embracing flaws and finding our true selves is a powerful journey that many of us embark on as we navigate through life. In this episode, our guest, Kristina Mand-Lakhiani, Co-Founder of Mindvalley, a powerful life Transformation Coach, and the Author of the book “Becoming Flawsome,” shares her insights on this topic.
The journey of embracing flaws and finding our true selves is a deeply personal one. It requires self-reflection, self-acceptance, and the willingness to let go of societal expectations. By embracing our flaws and living authentically, we can experience a greater sense of fulfillment and happiness in our lives. Kristina emphasizes the importance of reconnecting with ourselves and living authentically. She encourages listeners to let go of perfectionism and embrace their flaws, as it is through these imperfections that we find our true selves.
Kristina also talks about the power of embracing our unique talents and passions. She discusses the harmful habit of comparing ourselves to others, and how we can instead focus on our own multi-talents and explores the importance of harnessing our physical and mental health during the season of menopause, and how to uncover our true desires and live life with purpose.
Tune in as we discuss harnessing physical and mental health, exploring passions, and creating a fulfilling life during the menopause season. We should start embracing flaws and living authentically. #BecomingFlawesome
- [00:00:11] Comparison and unique talents.
- [00:05:25] Exploring identity and purpose.
- [00:07:12] Humor as a coping strategy.
- [00:12:19] Imposter syndrome breakthrough.
- [00:15:13] Negative body image
- [00:17:08] Perfectionism and self-acceptance.
- [00:20:55] Spreading love and rising together.
“Sometimes, you know, humor is the best way to deal with life’s adversities. And if we are talking a little bit more seriously than according to classical psychology, humor is one of the mature coping strategies if you face adversity in life.” – Kristina Mand-Lakhiani
“We are so fascinated with the idea that we have a talent that we are sometimes forgetting that we are multi-talented. And this was another key to the puzzle because it is not your particular talent that makes you the best in the world. It’s a combination of your unique talents that makes you so valuable because the combination is what is unique, not the facet by facet.” – Kristina Mand-Lakhiani
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