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S1 Ep6: How to Get Started with Relational Nutrients in Real Life

On this episode, my own personal coach, Lisa Gomez Osborn, joins me for a conversation about how to get started with practicing relational nutrients in real life. Lisa is a leadership consultant and executive coach who provides one-on-one coaching and works with businesses and organizations who are facing challenges with team dynamics. She loves to find solutions to complex team problems. See below for a link to her website.

I’m so excited to share my conversation with her, we covered a lot of ground and packed a lot of great stuff in this episode, including:

  • Why experiences with other people are essential to personal growth - we’re designed to grow in the context of the right kinds of relationships.

  • Why it’s okay (and even healthy) to be needy.

  • Why having structured relationships is really helpful when starting out in your growth journey - hiring a coach, therapist, being in a group, etc.

  • Whether or not relational nutrients look different depending on if you are introverted or extroverted.

  • Why giving relational nutrients doesn’t mean that I have to “merge” with people or solve their problems, and an example of what this can look and sound like.

One note about this episode, I had some technical difficulties with the audio in the interview. So the sound is a little wonky in some places and I had to make a few abrupt edits, but I wanted to leave as much of the conversation as possible because it’s full of such powerful information.

Also, an exciting announcement, I am now offering one-on-one coaching! If you are interested in furthering your own growth journey and are interested in working with me as your personal coach, you can learn more here.

Here are some links* you might find helpful after listening to today’s episode:

Full list of Relational Nutrients, with definitions of each

*As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. If you choose to purchase after clicking a link, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.


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