#76 - STRESS Management + Overcoming BURNOUT with Possibility Thinking ft. Phyllis Ginsberg

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Let’s talk about stress…because if there’s anything that I think we can all relate to in this day and age, it’s stress and burnout. We live in a 24/7 society and so many of us are running on empty and struggling to manage it all!

In today’s episode, we’re hearing from Phyllis Ginsberg. As a former Marriage and Family Therapist, Phyllis knew all about stress and overwhelm and how quickly life can go from feeling like you’re a success to you’re too damn overwhelmed and burned out to function. So, she went on a sabbatical and eventually became an expert in Positive Psychology, Brain Research, and EFT Tapping. Through these experiences, she developed a series of tools that she called her “Survival to Thrival” methods, aimed at helping people better manage their stress, overcome burnout and life lives where they’re more able to embrace possibility!

Today, we’re going to be talking about overwhelm and stress from a very physiological perspective, how boundaries and struggles with identity and some things we can do to better manage the stress in our lives and overcome our own burnout. This is definitely one of those episodes where knowledge is power! And I cannot wait for you to learn all the awesome nuggets Phyllis has to teach us! For show notes, head to coachellyn.com/podcast and, of course, post on instagram and tag me @coachellyn so that I can shout you out and say thank you!

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About Today’s Guest…

With 30 years’ of experience in Marriage and Family Therapy, along with her vast knowledge about the brain, positive psychology, and EFT Tapping,

Phyllis has transformed many lives as she helps and equips her clients to create lasting positive changes. She is also the author of the books Brain Makeover and Tired and Hungry No More – Not Your Ordinary Guide to Reclaiming Your Health and Happiness. 

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