Structuring Success: Thriving Personally and Professionally with YHC

Structuring Success Thriving Personally and Professionally with YHC

Structuring Success: Thriving Personally and Professionally with YHC

In this Career Clarity Session, Carly Banks sits down with Cindy Marshall, who is in the first quarter of the Yoga Health Coaching course, about time management and how to set yourself up for success.

Cindy is a mom to two girls. She and her husband own and operate a brick oven pizzeria. She spent the first five years of the business ownership in “survival mode,” getting very little sleep. Her mental health was suffering and she went on a quest to help herself naturally.

She started practicing many of the Body Thrive habits on her own and a friend subsequently told her about the program. Through Body Thrive, Cindy was able to fine tune those habits and improve her health even more.

A lot of the work we do in Yoga Health Coaching revolves around time management and schedule integrity. Cindy has also found that technology skills she has learned such as online calendaring, online schedulers, and web design have streamlined her days and made her life so much easier. Learning the science behind habit-building gave Cindy the “why”s she needed to stick to the changes she was making. Knowing, for example, that neuroplasticity peaks during the hours that we are waking and going to sleep helps Cindy set herself up for successful, positive days.

With Yoga Health Coaching, Cindy is inspired and excited to help other people find their way to natural health.

 

What you’ll get out of tuning in:

  • How Yoga Health Coaching teaches us how to set ourselves up for success.
  • How Yoga Health Coaching combines personal thrive with professional thrive.
  • How structures and systems lead to massive evolution.

 

Links Mentioned in Episode:

 

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Show Highlights:

  • 0:00 – Cindy is a mom to two girls. She and her husband own and operate a brick oven pizzeria. She spent the first five years of the business ownership in “survival mode,” getting very little sleep. Her mental health was suffering and she went on a quest to help herself naturally. She started practicing many of the Body Thrive habits on her own and a friend subsequently told her about the program. Through Body Thrive, Cindy was able to fine tune those habits and improve her health even more. With Yoga Health Coaching, Cindy is inspired and excited to help other people find their way to natural health.
  • 9:00 – A lot of the work we do in Yoga Health Coaching revolves around time management and schedule integrity. Cindy has also found that technology skills she has learned such as online calendaring, online schedulers, and web design have streamlined her days and made her life so much easier.
  • 16:45 – Cindy also learned how to set up her environment for who she wants to become next. Moving her workspace from the kitchen table to a proper desk changed her identity. She also learned other tips and tricks for keeping herself organized and on task.
  • 23:25 – Learning the science behind habit-building gave Cindy the “why”s she needed to stick to the changes she was making. Knowing, for example, that neuroplasticity peaks during the hours that we are waking and going to sleep helps Cindy set herself up for successful, positive days.
  • 28:00 – Cindy’s self awareness has also increased thanks to the habits of Body Thrive. She now feels responsive rather than reactive.

 

Your Favorite Quotes:

  • “We commonly have people who are already ayurvedic practitioners and yogis coming into this program and learning the ten habits of Body Thrive and going, oh my gosh, it’s the structure that precedes the massive evolution.” — Carly Banks
  • “When you learn to automate, then you simplify your life.” — Carly Banks
  • “We think we can do it with willpower alone, but we need systems.” — Cindy Marshall
  • “I don’t want to be reactive; I want to respond, not react.” — Cindy Marshall

 

Guest BIO:

As an owner of a family restaurant, with experience teaching art for the Art Museum and community art center, Program Director of The Boys and Girls Club, youth development coordinator for a middle school, co-founder and teacher of Girls Rock Camps (teaching girls how to play instruments, write songs then perform to large audiences!) and recently, a teacher to disabled seniors, yoga health coach in training Cindy Marshall gives a lot to her community, her 2 kids, her husband and her siblings.

Through her constant effort over the last few years, she learned the hard way that self care had to move up in the list of priorities if she was going to avoid burnout. She needed to create structures around her time, and her focus on self, that would allow her to do the work she wants to do in the world without losing steam. The habits of Body Thrive have brought her ease in her full days, and she is excited to say that the tools learned in Yoga Health Coaching are really so simple. All you need to do is start. Connect with Cindy on her Facebook page.

Carly Banks

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The Body Thrive path led Carly to a new and exciting world where all can be accomplished with ease. Adding YHC certification training to work and parenting is proving to be easy, with the right tools. Carly’s shattering old patterns and false beliefs about herself, to become the person that she and her family deserve.  Connecting? Connect and hear more about how Carly juggles life as a busy mom at Nourished living.

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