May 5, 2019
Feeling stuck in a rut and in need of a change is an incredibly common feeling. In fact, as we mature and age, this feeling will intensify as we find our priorities and motivations change. Finding you’re at a fork in the road can be an exciting time full of possibilities, and today’s guest, Sheree Clark, has built her midlife around this concept.
Sheree didn’t always live and breath change and helping other women in midlife as a health and life coach, but she has embraced this role. Originally, Sheree actually owned an advertising agency with her partner that ran for 25 years - until her relationship ended, too. She was faced with a choice: continue with what she knew or branch out and try something different.
Now a healthy living coach, TV presenter, accomplished author, and aspiring speaker, Sheree helps us all learn how to truly appreciate life and teaches us how we can find insight into all the lessons life has brought us. In fact, Sheree actually specializes in raw food and how to overcome career burnout - both incredibly important topics for our physical and mental health.
On this episode of Couch Talk, we’re talking all things change. How do you know when it’s time to make a huge life-changing decision - because knowing when is one of the hardest things to figure out. Sheree also gives us her best method for connecting to your heart and truly listening to find out what it wants to do. She also encourages us all to set up informational interviews with the women who inspire us.
Perhaps most importantly, she talks about the difference between feeling stuck with where you are in life and actually feeling content with where you’re at.
Have you been feeling stuck and not sure what to do about it? When’s the last time you made space to truly listen to your heart? How have your motivations changed as you’ve gotten older?
In This Episode:
“I loved it until I didn’t, and when I didn’t, I decided I needed to do something else.” (2:06)
“I think it’s okay to feel done with things.” (8:45)
“When we don’t feel our best, we can’t be our best.” (16:22)
“I want to be the best I can be in this body because it makes me smarter and funnier and happier and better to be around.” (17:31)
Grab your Free Gift: What the Fork are you Waiting for?