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438. Your Perfect Past

438. Your Perfect Past


As we approach the end of 2023 and move into the New Year, this is a great time for reflection with intention. The way you think about your past is creating your experience of the present moment, and it’s a determining factor in what you create in your future. So, if you want to work on something in your life, develop habits, and cultivate a better future, it’s time to look at your past through a new lens. Listen in to find out how.   Get full show notes and more information here:
You may have heard me mention that life is 50-50, half positive and half negative. That doesn’t mean that life has to feel terrible half the time while the other half you’ll be happy, and we’re just stuck with it. There are layers to this idea which I'm exploring this week. I’m sharing why constant happiness isn’t the goal, and showing you how finding balance and contrast is the secret to creating a fulfilling life that you truly love.   Get full show notes and more information here:
I love that marriage is hard work. The opportunity to grow and evolve is precious, and it comes in many different flavors, but the work needs to start with us.       If you’re struggling with trust in your marriage, if sex is a touchy subject, or you just think your marriage isn’t as good as it could be, this episode is for you. Tune in this week to discover how to save your marriage.       Get full show notes and more information here:
435. Facts vs. Thoughts

435. Facts vs. Thoughts


Discover how to examine your thinking by separating your thoughts from the facts. I’m showing you how to get specific when identifying your circumstances without turning them into thoughts, and giving you examples of how to try on new, more useful thoughts that help you feel more empowered in your life.   Get full show notes and more information here:
As a member of a community, business owner, and mother, diversity, equity, and inclusion are topics I still need some education on, and this is true for many of us.    Conlon Bonner joins me today to help us navigate the landscape of diversity, equity, and inclusion without the usual political tensions, or the overtones of shame and blame that often color such discussions. We will be broaching sensitive issues such as white privilege, emphasizing the need for open, graceful communication devoid of judgment, and you will find out how these types of dialogues can contribute to positive changes in the world.   Get full show notes and more information here:
Your subject line is the most important part of your email. If you aren’t grabbing people’s attention with your subject line and creating some form of connection, your email doesn’t even get opened. So this week, I’m showing you how to connect with people on a personal level in just a few words and how to stand out from the crowd in your ideal client’s inbox.   Get full show notes and more information here:
If you’ve ever found yourself jumping from one negative emotion to another and it seems like there’s no way out, you might be stuck in the valley of resistance and fear.   Join me on this episode to discover why it’s so easy to get lost in the fog of negative emotion, how your perspective gets clouded when you’re in the valley of resistance and fear, and the three things that are necessary to get out.   Get full show notes and more information here:
If your business is in the world of online marketing or you're interested in learning how to build funnels, I can’t recommend Funnel Hacking Live enough. I received lots of practical and tactical strategies, ideas, and best practices to try out that I know will change the game, and I’m offering them to you on this episode.   Get full show notes and more information here:
I don’t know about you, but growing up, my experience of going to seminary was hit-and-miss. My kids, on the other hand, love seminary, and it’s all down to their seminary teacher Randy Harward, also affectionately known as BroHa.   Join us on this episode to hear all of Randy’s secrets when it comes to bringing teens closer to Christ. He’s offering his top tips on connecting with teenagers, his classroom traditions that you can use at home, and why effort goes a long way when you’re working with youth in any capacity.    Get full show notes and more information here:
Entre-Talk: WILD Goals

Entre-Talk: WILD Goals


We’re often taught about SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and time-bound) goals that prevent us from failing and take us forward one step at a time. These goals are amazing for changing habits. However, I’m a big fan of entrepreneurs setting WILD goals.   This week, discover what WILD goals are, and how they can change the trajectory of your business.   Get full show notes and more information here:
Discover the small and doable habits that ultimately lead to organized living. I'm joined by Shira Gill, a home organizing expert and author who uses coaching as a way to supplement all of the expertise she has in helping people live less cluttered lives.   Whether you consider yourself organized, messy, or somewhere in between, today’s episode is exactly what you need. Shira is giving us practical tips you can implement right now to start living a less cluttered life.   Get full show notes and more information here:
I recently reached out to my primary teacher and coach over the years: Brooke Castillo. I needed a little help in getting my head straight and what she said to me on that call was unique and extremely helpful. I’m bringing what we discussed on that call here to the podcast so her wisdom can help all of you as much as it helped me.   Get full show notes and more information here:
Being a young single adult (YSA) is an exciting and fun time, but it can also feel like you’re on a rollercoaster. You might think you want to get married because then you’ll be happy. You may be struggling to meet anyone you think is a suitable partner for you. Whatever you’re struggling with right now, I’ve got you covered.   I’m sharing six things you need to keep in mind as you move through this phase of your life so you can find the right person while having a great time in the process.   Get full show notes and more information here:
Discover what to do when you hate your job. I’m discussing why there’s nothing objectively wrong with your job, but that doesn’t mean you have to stay there. I’m sharing how to meet your job and your own experience with curiosity and start to see what you can do about your situation.   Get full show notes and more information here:
Coming up with ideas is one thing, but coming up with ideas for how to test your ideas can be a real challenge. This week, I’m sharing the testing strategies that have worked for me and the ideas I’ve seen some of the best entrepreneurs implement so you can get real consumer feedback on how your business performs out there in the real world.   Get full show notes and more information here:
Join me on this episode to hear my coaching on the topic of caring for aging parents. You’ll hear how to let this be an amazing time of your life even if it’s not always easy, what happens when you show up as your most loving self, and how to be honest about and own your decision to care for aging parents.   Get full show notes and more information here:
Tune in for my answer to the question of whether or not you should change your niche. You’ll hear how all niches have challenges and opportunities, why I used to discourage my clients from changing their niches, and what I think are great reasons to change your niche.    Get full show notes and more information here:
427. Bad Advice

427. Bad Advice


Sometimes, we hear things that sound good and righteous on the surface, but when you dig into them a little, they actually have the potential to cause problems.   Tune in this week to discover five pieces of advice that might not be the good advice you think they are. I’m sharing the story behind each piece of bad advice, and showing you how to start determining whether or not a piece of advice is as good as it first appears.   Get full show notes and more information here:
What is the reason behind your business goals? Whether it’s to make your parents proud, inspire your kids, or to simply have more money, putting pressure on your business in this way is not serving you.   This week, I’m sharing the difference between a compelling reason and a heavy reason, what happens when you create goal heaviness in your business, and the true reason for setting goals in the first place.   Get full show notes and more information here:
Bill and Susan Turnbull are the founders of the wonderful organization, Faith Matters. Their mission is to help us expand our understanding of our faith, and Faith Matters does this through amazing events, gatherings, publications, podcasts, and they even published my book!    In this episode, Bill and Susan are sharing how they started doing their valuable work in the world, how you can get involved, and the details of a project that myself and Faith Matters have collaborated on that’s ready for you to enjoy.   Get full show notes and more information here:
Comments (53)


Jody! Come visit Rise Up School of Dance in downtown SLC. We have ballet and other dance classes for ages 3-100+ from beginning to advanced technical levels! We are out to change the tradition of Dance and accessibility to Dance. Age 46? never to late to start.....

Sep 28th

Asghar Elahi

I just love it😍

Aug 14th


Wow this episode answered all the questions I woke up asking myself this morning, incredible, thank you SO much for sharing 🙏

Dec 27th



Aug 11th

Bunny Cheatham

I needed to hear this today! Gave me all the feels and definitely perspective. Thank you, Jody! I'm excited to read your book.

Nov 8th

Jordan Nicole McKenzie

It’s frustrating listening to an episode for the first time about not beinng judgmental and hearing judging words about the occupation of cutting hair in the middle of this podcast. As a hair stylist, it’s hurtful when you put in hard work and people think you have a “rough” life or that you don’t make any money from your occupation. Also- it’s a barber shop or a salon. Not a hair cutting place.

Aug 30th

mozhde mansoori


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Chessa Stockton


Mar 19th


Hi dear Jody, I've listened EP 271 more than three times. I learn a lot from you😊

Oct 14th


it's good 👌

Jul 28th

Geneo McQueen

its important to realize that our thoughts have a value, and that they were not free. we have to pay attention to the solar system and try to believe that they are angels among us. (planets are angels.) and they offer us inspiration to live up to, but inspiration is not free. our identity has the opportunity to develop with these angels, but its not free.

Jun 16th

Geneo McQueen

I am a man of no faith in God! I listen to your podcast from time to time and I really enjoy your ideas, but, I subscribe to an alternative source for my optimism. I don't believe that its necessary to answer our questions that have no answer with, God. my spiritual orientation is centered by the Sun! I have learned that our solar system satisfies my questions that Christians ignore for fear of becoming modern. our walk with the solar system as a human being is important for our success after we expire! I believe that in this life we score points for our participation, and that this life counts for our success after we die. can you add to my understanding?

Mar 31st

The Better Together Marriage

Thank you this was the best one for me because I struggle with my church and thier thoughts about me as a coach. Thank you for sharing!!

Mar 5th

Katrina Wininger Witt

I needed this❤

Mar 3rd

Kassie Draper

Love this podcast. I've always been told I have a choice in how I react, this explains how to do that, how to feel different. Thank you! Another thought, you mentioned not loving your wardrobe - check out 'dressing your truth' - I actually love my wardrobe since trying out her method.

Feb 25th

Stephanie Burdick Mouritsen

I started wearing my hair curly in July! it's been such a growing process of learning how to do my curl and learning to embrace my natural look.

Nov 2nd

Susana Narvaez

amaizing! thank you for your wisdom

Oct 14th

Kassie Draper

Thanks for sharing. We have so much in common with our thoughts, reactions, energy, etc. My friend recommended your podcast and I love listening to you and have recommended you to my friends!

Sep 3rd
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Andrea Balogh Packard

Absolutely LOVED it. But, I'm a member of the church, so ... of course I did. 😁😁

Aug 16th

Geneo McQueen

I want to workout, but I focus on a lack of motivation to get started. I will try to make a goal that reflects the health benefits that exercise can help me develop but, you said to make a goal that is meant to reward our mind and body and not focus on where we are weak and trying to make it strong. love and trust for this amazing machine(this body), but I am so powerless over my laziness. I pace a lot but I'm not burning many calories because I'm in air conditioning. I don't sweat so don't think calories are being spent, but then again, I don't want to sweat because I will have to take a shower! I'm just not motivated. I weigh between 240lbs and 245lbs and around 5'10. I take medication for schizophrenia; RLS; hypothyroidism; cholesterol, and a multivitamin. I have more than one reason to do sit ups, pushups, and jump rope, and to lift dumbbells, but I'm so damn lazy! I feel that I need to begin at square one, wherever that is. can you help me? Eugene McQueen.

Jul 31st
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