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The Out of Your Mind Podcast:- Pam Godbois

Updated: 3 days ago

The Best Way to Get to Know YOU: From self-work to motherhood, to helping others transform their lives and over to human rights, this conversation covers the gamut and drops a lot of amazing little nuggets of wisdom and strategies along the way. If you’re looking to take a deeper dive into your own personal development, learning and understanding of yourself, you’re not going to want to miss this episode. Let’s dive in!

Episode Highlights:

The Spiritual Component

Learn to support your emotions. Acknowledge them, understand them and develop your relationship with them.Allow your emotions to have a seat at your table.Recognize the lower-grade emotions that you feel throughout the day. Honor your anger, jealousy, and shame in the same way that you honor your peace, calm, equanimity, joy and happiness.

Self Discovery

Accept who you are throughout the journey of life. Call things exactly how they are. Don’t allow your old stories to shrink you away from the very thing(s) that could be powerful in your life.

Harnessing Authenticity

Be honest with yourself! Acknowledge the things that you’re not good at, so you can begin to improve in those areas. Ask yourself, “have I developed the skill set needed in this area?” Resistance is an opportunity, not a means to quit. It’s an opportunity to look at what you’re not seeing and how you can work at it more fully.

Seeing Opportunity

When you take yourself out of the role of victim and put yourself into a space of opportunity, you’ll realize that you have choices. Putting yourself in a role of being able to see opportunity not only supports your growth and development, it creates a ripple effect of other people around you to make choices for themselves. Be a game-changer!


Curiosity is the gateway to connection. The more you stay curious, the more opportunity presents itself to help you better understand situations, and people. When we dismiss curiosity and we don’t give ourselves permission to be curious, it amplifies separation.

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