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Episode Notes
“There is only one of us here. And everybody to some degree is looking for more permission to be more of themselves.”

*Feeling safe to be self-expressed (02:52)
*“I don’t believe in unconditional love as it pertains to human to human.” (03:38)
*Societal unspoken rules that condition our behaviour (04:40)
*How social and historical programming affects us all (07:33)
*“There is only one of us here. And everybody to some degree is looking for more permission to be more of themselves.” (09:29)
*1 tip to get started with expressing yourself more authentically (11:29)
*Some women experience being beautiful as it being a burden (12:29)
*Why is important that leaders work on taking off the masks and becoming more self-expressed (14:20)
*Showing the whole version of ourselves, no just the pretty parts (15:53)
*The journey of sovereignty and Truth (17:49)
*How to know what Coach to hire (18:36)
*Why having a spiritual practice is completely crucial in life (21:31)
*Work with Preston (25:55)
*What makes leadership sacred? (27:01)

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Episode Summary
In this episode I am joined by Preston Smiles, who is a dear friend and mentor and someone I love and admire. Preston is a Personal Freedom Coach, Author and International Speaker; Founder of Man Cave and Kaboom Coaching, and Co-Founder of The Bridge Experience, Conscious Man Brotherhood and The Bridge To Love.

In this episode we jam on all things self-expression:
From how to feel safe to show up more authentically to the ways in which society and historical programming prevents us from being fully self-expressed; the impact of building a daily spiritual practice, the power of Burning Man and much more.

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Ep8: Becoming More Self-Expressed
with Preston Smiles

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