Who's Talking

A 6-week intimate virtual program

designed to help women

create a new relationship with the voices in their head

We begin March 27, 2019

 

Do you ever stop & listen to those incessant voices inside your head? You know, the ones that say, “If I could just do this or be that, then my life will be ok.”

How exhausted are you from listening to the same messages over and over AND over again?

Do you get glimpses of the life you desire only to be disappointed again and again?

 

If you answered yes to any of these questions,

then this program is for YOU!

You are NOT the voices in your head.

You are the one listening to them.

Who's Talking
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I spent much of my life telling myself the same things over and over again. You’re not good enough. You’re not lovable. You don’t belong. I would exhaust myself trying to figure out who I thought everyone needed me to be. So much so, that I didn't even know who I wanted to be.

I had to learn the key to  changing the voices in my head was to feel the emotions that I had spent my life running away from. And, in order to feel, I had to learn to listen to what those voices were saying.

What's included

6 weekly live group calls on our online meeting platform, Zoom.

Wednesday March 27, April 3, 10, 17, 24 and May 1, 2019.

6:30pm - 8:30pm Eastern

A private Facebook group where we'll support, share stories and hold each other accountable.

Connection with women to lean into, learn from and champion.

Two private 1-hour coaching sessions with Master Coach, Beth.

Weekly themes along with assignments.

Week 1

The Stories we tell ourselves

Week 2

Be. Here. Now.

Week 3

I create. I play. I succeed.

Week 4

Acceptance

Week 5

Forgiveness

Week 6

Celebration and Recovery

What women have taken away

“More self-awareness. A better understanding of taking care of your needs and what’s important.”

“I underestimated the impact of the group/phone coaching. I was excited to participate but really did not think it would be able to go as deep and leave so much impact as it did. So, I truly did get more than I signed up for!”

“To be gentle on myself - we all struggle with so many of the same things so I don’t feel so alone in my challenges.”

“I need to plan my time to ensure I take care of myself. It’s ok to put myself first as it allows me to be there for others.”

Testimonials

"To say my path has changed is an understatement. Each week Beth guided a small group of Women through a powerful journey of self discovery exposing the voices that play on our psyche and prevent us from living our best lives. We were given weekly homework/guidance and a new theme each week that flowed in an organized manner. Beth was a safe and compassionate conduit that allowed us to discuss our relationships with our non nurturing voices in a non judgemental environment. Thanks to who's talking I can determine what and whose voice is at play and utilize tools and techniques learned to quell them when necessary. I feel privileged to have been part of such a powerful group under Beth's guidance."

Seanne Meldrum

"I participated in Beth's six week "Who's Talking" group program which helps women address the sabotaging voices in their mind that hold us back from living fully engaged with life. I can truly say that Beth is masterful in guiding participants beyond limited thinking to a more expansive and joyful way of being."

Sandra Briand

Beth created a wonderful program to help women look at the issue of self-care, what is it, how to do it, how to differentiate between self-care and self-indulgence, what gets in the way and why we need it. Beth is gifted at creating a safe space to examine these issues. Her visualizations allowed me to get in touch with a joyful, fun loving part of myself that I had forgotten about and how to access it going forward. In the safe space she created, a wonderful thing happened. As the women were sharing each one of us could see ourselves in that sharing. There was a universal connection which was bigger than ourselves. This made it a very enriching experience. I would highly recommend the program for any woman examining this aspect of self.


Jennifer Carter

Participating in the workshop with Beth was a wonderful experience. I gained a better sense of what self care means to me and the benefits of a daily self care practice. The weekly calls held me accountable to check in and helped to discover the tools I need to recover when I am feeling disconnected and in need of rebalancing.  I would recommend this workshop to all women looking to connect with like minded women.

Ann Lajeunesse

Even as someone who has run a wellness retreat for women focused on self-care for the past 16 years, I found this series so helpful.  The gift we give ourselves to focus on our personal needs is crucial especially as women who dedicate much of our lives serving others.  Beth’s warmth and skill at drawing out the important gems from deep within made it a safe yet deep experience.  She ensured that all participants had the space they needed to process their  unique self-care needs, identify limitations, and develop a plan to maintain the momentum.

Louise Racine

Thirteen Moons

Are you ready to stop the voices that stop you from living the life you desire?

Your life is calling. I would love to help you answer.

Beth is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, motivational speaker and a Wonder Woman. She champions women to uncover what’s beneath the stories they tell themselves that keep them living a life less than they desire.

Beth is the founder of Bodacious Voices, a monthly evening for women to connect through the magic of storytelling.

There are only 6 spaces available for this incredible journey. If you would like to speak to me to see if this program is right for you, please click on the 'Bodacious Conversation' link. I can't wait to meet you.

about Beth

Beth’s fiercely courageous life has been built on the premise of don’t settle. She is a survivor who has beaten the odds by taking charge of her own destiny.

From finance, to film, to successful entrepreneur, Beth has always lived life driven by her own rules. Her innate ability to make things happen & ‘get it done’ has lead her to founding “The Bodacious Way.”

Beth, a CPCC, champions women to uncover what’s beneath the stories they tell themselves that keep them living a life less than they desire.

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