022: Feeling the Feels with Emily Chadbourne

In this episode, I interview, Emily Chadbourne.

Biography:

Emily Chadbourne is an expert in love. She has traveled the globe to find out everything she possibly could about what makes men and women tick. Now she shows others how to date, heal and have the best kind of relationships they can. Emily’s no BS approach and honest accounts of the REAL world of dating are often hilarious and always valuable. Originally from London, Emily now lives in Melbourne where she works internationally as a coach, author, and speaker.

My Takeaways:

Emily shares with us how the untimely breakup of a romantic relationship was the catalyst for her to change and take responsibility for, as she says, “I can change me”. She explains how rather than waiting until tomorrow to be the person you want to be to be that person today and she shares how she has and continues to do this. Then we get into fully living your life by feeling the feels where Em discusses to truly live and to experience true joy in your life that you have to not seek and stay in the middle on the road of happiness - you must experience everything, the good and the bad. 

References

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Those are my key takeaways. What are yours? Join us on Facebook or Twitter, share your thoughts and ideas. Thanks for listening and get out there and discover the best version of you!

Find Emily over on:

Facebook | Twitter | Website

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