Sat, 19 August 2017
Did you ever feel like there’s something missing—even if you are happy and successful by most other people’s standards? Or you're feeling like you can’t quite be content with what you have, but you don’t know why?
Heather White, CEO of 2020 Communications, has experienced these feelings firsthand. She was prompted to leave the corporate world because of her own nagging unhappiness. Now, she’s a business advisor, a lifestyle designer and coach, as well as a speaker who helps professionals to find new dreams that increase their overall happiness and wellbeing in life.
In this episode of Women Worldwide, Heather explains how she went from scoffing at life coaches to becoming one herself and how she’s now empowering others to win the game professionally and personally through lifestyle design.
In This Episode
Quotes in This Episode
“Our suffering is not punishment. It's guidance. It's a nudge from within.” —Heather White
“It is one of the most magical, miraculous things to sit in the presence of somebody who was attached to a certain thought pattern, belief system, way of operating and is willing to shift that. And then to watch them shift that internally and then to watch the changes that happen externally in their life is, I think, one of the most high definition reality TV experiences anybody can have.” —Heather White
“[Obstacles] make you stronger. They build your resilience, and they keep you on your toes.” —Heather White
“What I've come to realize is saying ‘no’ is one of the greatest gifts you can offer your human family. Because essentially what you're saying no to means you're saying yes to what does work for you. Which means you're keeping yourself healthy, happy, in the highest vibration possible energetically.” —Heather White
“I think the best thing we can do is turn inward more than we turn outward. We live in very ‘doing’ culture. It's a lot about acquisition of new ideas, new knowledge, read this book, listen to this podcast, study this, go to here, do that. And I think the greatest gift we have is the cultivation of our own self awareness.” —Heather White