Five was a pivotal year for me. It was the year I learned the world isn’t safe as I created some really strong beliefs about life and myself.
And these ran as subconscious programming for years.
In today’s episode of The Launch Your Life Podcast, I share stories about my childhood beliefs, my family’s competitive culture that led to strained relationships, how I made my voice heard as a 5-year-old in a family where women’s opinion didn’t matter, and much more.
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What’s Discussed in This Episode:
01:50 My first pivotal year
02:05 Deep self-sufficiency
06:16 Feeling heard
08:14 Why I’m a doctor