- Meet your podcast host, Shawna O’Hagan Morrow (0:15)
- What does “Find Your Feisty” mean? (1:40)
- On being positively feisty (2:30)
- Where to connect with other feisty folks (4:30)
This is the first official Find Your Feisty podcast!!!!! I’m so thrilled you’re here!
For those of you not familiar with me, I’m a Certified Life Coach, Certified Weight Coach, Certified BARE Coach, and a Certified Public Accountant … as you can tell, I like certifications 😊 There’s no shame in my game about that! LOL
I worked in public accounting and corporate accounting for 22 years – I have a ton of business and managerial experience. But I felt like something was missing in my life, so I decided to become a life coach, and six years ago, I launched my very own business.
I help women stop putting their lives on hold because they feel like they’re missing something. I help them create the love, life, and work they’ve always wanted.
The most common areas where I hear of women feeling like they’re not enough are: not thin enough, not beautiful enough, not rich enough, not smart enough, not successful enough, and the list goes on and on…
On this podcast, I will talk about what I know; I’ll share tips and tricks to improve your daily life. I’m also going to talk about my struggles with weight, life, relationships, and career, and I’ll also talk about what I’ve learned, how I move through the difficult moments of life, and where I’ve been able to find peace … and of course, a little FEISTY!
What does “Find Your Feisty” mean?
People ask me all the time, “What does Find Your Feisty mean?”
Feisty, to me, is all about being fun & fearless and smart & sassy.
Finding your feisty is about finding your voice.
It’s about finding your passion.
It’s about finding that place inside you that breathes a sigh of relief because you heard something that deeply resonates with you.
It’s a community of support to encourage and uplift each other to reach our highest potential.
Finding your feisty means being willing to be seen and heard … and maybe for the first time. Or maybe you’re building up to it, but it’s coming.
On being positively feisty
Some people hear the word feisty and think it has a negative connotation. It’s never, ever been a negative thing for me – it’s always been very empowering.
I’ll tell you a little story…
My dad called recently to tell me he had run into an old friend. I said, “Oh, nice.” There was a pause … like my dad had more to say. So I said, “Do I know him?” and my dad said, “Oh, he knows you!”
I was confused because I don’t recall ever meeting this person, even though I knew his name. So my dad says that his friend told him a story about something he remembered vividly from when I was 4 years old.
He said that my dad was correcting me about something and telling me to do something – as parents do to their 4-year-olds – and I turned and looked at my father and said, “You put a lid on it!”
After my dad told me his friend’s story, I fell out laughing!!! I laughed so hard, and I said to my dad, “I know EXACTLY where I got that from!”
He giggled in acknowledgment. I said, “I’ve always been feisty, huh?” My dad agreed, and we both laughed some more.
You see, put a lid on it was my dad’s way of saying knock it off or stop it when I was a kid. It was super common to hear him say that back then, but I hadn’t heard him say it in probably more than 30 years.
To hear that story really made me laugh … and it also reminded me that that’s just who I am. I’ve always been a little sassy; I’ve always been a little feisty.
Not everyone is born feisty…
But we can LEARN to be feisty. And I’m here to help.
Get The “How Do You Spell Feisty?” Handout (PDF)
I hope that you’ll find the Find Your Feisty podcast funny, empowering, inspirational, and transformative.
And I look forward to connecting with you in my Find Your Feisty Podcast Community on Facebook.
p.s. If you’ve ever wondered how gratitude can change your life, I’m offering a FREE 4-week program starting on November 5 called The Month of Gratitude. Each week, we focus on a different aspect of how practicing gratitude can change our lives. Click here for the details.