In this episode, Frantzces talks about how important it is to do a regular inventory of your life. Sometimes our problems snowball and they grow in size. And what’s important for us to do is to stop for a minute and get curious about our lives. Ask questions to find out why things are happening and what your feelings and circumstances are telling you. And the only way to do that is to do a regular assessment and spring cleaning of your life.
In this episode, Frantzces talks about problems and life lessons. And how there are no such things as problems. The way we approach them keeps them circulating in our lives. She gives us some tips on how to reframe them, and how to look at them differently. So we can approach them in a way that empowers us and not keeps us in a rut.
In this episode, Frantzces talks about how silence heals. In a world that is so noisy, it’s essential for our mental health to find space to be silent. It’s through the silence that you are able to declutter your mind so you can think clearly. And it’s through silence you are able to reconnect with yourself. Find out what in this episode the holistic benefits of silence and how turning inwards can illuminate the things inside of us that are so hard to hear.
In this episode, Frantzces talks about managing difficult emotions. Some of us don’t do well in managing our feelings––especially in the healthiest way possible. Just know whatever you decide to do, your feelings are going to come out one way or another. We tend to distract ourselves from feeling our feelings either through destructive behaviors such as overeating or getting involved in unhealthy relationships. Frantzces shares 6 steps to getting started in managing your difficult emotions in a more productive and healthier way.
In this episode, Frantzces talks about something Tony Robbins mentions a lot which is raising your standards. If there’s something you would like to accomplish in life but haven’t, it could be because you haven’t raised your standards high enough. We often accept what is being thrown at us. Not realizing that raising our standards means demanding better pay, better relationships and a healthier lifestyle. Most people are afraid of raising their standards because it would mean they would have to commit. It would mean they would have to face failure.
In this episode, Frantzces talks about whether or not your life is shrinking or expanding. A quote by Anaïs Nin says life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage. So essentially the braver you become the richer your life gets. What kind of life are you living right now? How small is the world your living in? How large is the world you’re living in? If you find yourself still dissatisfied with your life then much of it could be because you’re scared. You’re afraid of the expansion.
In this episode, Frantzces talks about the Lao Tzu quote that says new beginnings are often disguised as painful endings. At the moment it’s pretty hard to think that painful moments are going to lead you to beautiful transformations. But if you reverse engineer the things that happen to you, you’ll see it’s all for the greater good, for your greater good.
In this episode, Frantzces talks about how morning rituals can transform your life. A lot of successful people have morning rituals and for good reason. Do you have a morning ritual, if so what it is? How are you waking up in the morning? For instance, how do you get your day started? How do you set the tone for the rest of the day?
In this episode, Frantzces talks about how to love the ish out of uncertainty. We’re obsessed with the unknown and we’ll do a lot of things at all cost to avoid the things that are uncertain in our lives. But that comes at a cost. Find out why it’s important to embrace more uncertainty in your life and what you can do about it.
In this episode, Frantzces talks about “quality of life”. Quality of life can seem so vague and sometimes we forget what that even means for us. Have you taken inventory? Is your quality of life improving or diminishing? Find out what Frantzces has to say about it and what her research discovered when she asked those who are living abroad right now.