Train Your Brain to Stop Critical Self-Talk

Wouldn't it be great if we could just train our brain to stop all that critical self-talk that goes on inside our heads?

How much more could we achieve in life? How much happier and healthier would we become?

In this episode, Gillian, host of Clarity Junction, chats to Performance Coach, Mindset Strategist and Clarity Junction Guest Expert, Adelaide Goodeve, all about the impact that negative, critical self-talk has on your life. Not only your thoughts and behaviours, but it’s impact on your physical wellbeing

Adelaide shares her journey from being told that she would live with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome for the rest of her life, but through her work on re-training her brain, she made a remarkable recovery and now uses these retraining and rewiring techniques to help others achieve amazing goals in life.

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Meet Adelaide

Through her own journey of overcoming Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and the journeys of her clients, Adelaide learned that your physical self has limits, but with the right mindset, you can extend your limits and accomplish the unbelievable.

Clarity Junction Guest Expert Adelaide Goodeve

Seven years after her initial diagnosis date, Adelaide committed to a year-long training program and became an Ironman. She swam 2.4 miles, cycled 112 miles, and ran 22.6 miles in 13 hours 58 minutes. 

She now helps athletes cut minutes off their time by finding performance solutions using mindset strategies & neuro technology.

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In this episode, therapist and coach, Laura Valenti discusses the importance of movement for healing and how she has used this practice to help her on her own journey through grief and serious illness. 

Listen in to discover Laura's story, the principals behind Movement Medicine and how you can start incorporating this practice into your own daily life.

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Overcoming My Eating Disorder as an Adult

Suzanne Carpenter is a Certified Nutritional Consultant, and helps others practice better eating habits, but she didn't always have a healthy relationship with food. 

For many years, Suzanne struggled with the eating and emotional disorder of bulimia.

It took until she was an adult and a Mum before she was ready to take control of this aspect of her life, but by doing so, she has been able to live life to the fullest and help others from her knowledge and experience. 

In this podcast episode, Suzanne shares her story and her advice on how to have a healthy relationship with your body and mind while losing weight.

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There’s No Magic Substitute for Healthy Eating

There really is no substitute for healthy eating - what you choose to eat truly affects your health.

What you consume determines whether you have the correct nutrients, or building blocks, that your body requires to function at it's best.

All too often, we forget this, and get distracted by fad weight-loss diets, fast food, and poor quality foods that may seem cheaper to purchase.

This can all have a negative effect on your health.

Nutritionist, Wendy Hill, is here on the Clarity Junction podcast to share her thoughts and advice about diets, food choices and taking steps to improve your health through the food that you eat.

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Decluttering For Self-Care

Most of us see the act of decluttering as a process that we need to do to keep our living space tidy, clean and functional.

Is it more than that, however?

How important is decluttering for our health and wellbeing?

Is decluttering actually an act of self-care?

Join Gillian as she chats to Life Coach, Kelly Ramsdell about why we should consider decluttering as part of our self-care routine.

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