For Andrea, every session with Inner.U has produced a positive change. “I’ve really leaned into this. I’ll tell Beth [my life coach] some of my deepest darkest things, and she’ll teach me how to make a promise with the consequence. And it hasn’t been as hard as I thought.”
Andrea also found that the vocabulary used at Inner.U has helped her to get over her baggage faster and with less shame. Terms like “Chicken,” “Brat” and “Weather Reporter” are used to identify some of the different voices in your head (your inner dialogue). “I didn’t realize how much of an inner Brat I had,” says Andrea. “But once I acknowledge when I’m fighting against something because I feel entitled or owed, it’s been much easier for me to not only hear it, but get over it.”
A reframing of time is another a-ha moment that Laurie says is a big takeaway for many working mothers. “We are all in a relationship with time, and like any relationship, it takes effort to make it great, fun, and inspiring. You need to fall in love with your calendar and remember—if it’s not in the schedule, it won’t happen. Yes, that means not only rocking out your meetings and connecting with your colleagues, but also scheduling hang time with your kids, romantic time with your partner, and Zoom calls with your in-laws. Put it all in the calendar and get real about how many hours there are in a day. Then, you can start becoming a master of time.”
If mastering your time, keeping promises to yourself or addressing your inner Brat sound like something you’d also like to pursue, you can sign up for Inner.U today. The very first module will help you get clear about your dreams. Then, you can work with a coach to make the right promises (and consequences!). And finally, you can finally get real about finding support for everything you want in your life. It’s about time, no?