Apr 20, 2022
Sometimes, it comes down to those deep layers of what you
believe of your self-worth, and the validity of your voice. Don't
let conditioned beliefs keep you from what you truly want to do!
With that, welcome back to Inner Archeology, where we will be
continuing with part two of a mini-series on the topic of beliefs
that keep us small. Today, we focus specifically on beliefs that
keep us small as women, touching on things like being assertive and
how society perceives it differently coming from males and females,
we touch on gender constructs and biases, language limitations,
body language, trying new things, and the whole idea of judgments
and how they can expose areas of personal growth. We end the
discussion by talking about the idea of attention-seeking, whether
it’s inherently wrong, and the blurry line between when it’s
negative and positive. Join us today for all this, and so much
more, as we talk through limiting beliefs that keep us small as
Key Points From This Episode:
- We jump into some examples of limiting beliefs that keep us
- Assertiveness: how it’s attributed to a more masculine gender
and how that can warp assertive women.
- Gender constructs that keep us small — we should not allow
ourselves to be limited by these.
- We chat about how we can be so conditioned to different gender
biases, energies, and expectations.
- How body language impacts our image; women tend to tuck in and
make themselves small.
- How language limitations are also problematic.
- Things we think keep us small and the importance of bouncing it
off someone — is it true?
- Why it’s important to have self-trust and grace when trying out
- We talk about judgments; where they come from, where they’re
directed, and how they can change.
- How judgments lead to revealing limiting beliefs inside of you
and expose areas of growth!
- We rehash the judgment of selfies, realizing limiting beliefs
of our own.
- We discuss the question: What is wrong with being
- The importance of sharing with people how they’ve impacted
- Emily shares a story about sharing the meaning of an experience
to end the podcast.
Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:
How to Live by Derek Sivers
Inner Archeology Email
Sarah Turner on Instagram
Emily Pennystone on Instagram