95: Endings & Beginnings with Ameé Quiriconi

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“The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.”

Albert Einstein

In this year-end episode, Amee Quiriconi of the One Broken Mom Podcast joins me to talk about endings and beginnings. 

Change is an inevitability in this world. Sometimes the change is something we choose such as ending a relationship or a job, and sometimes the change is thrust on us, like a relationship ending or losing a job. 

When things end, whether we chose the end or not, there is a lot that you can learn about yourself, what you want more of in your life, and what you want less of.

Reflection helps you not only see things in a different way but allows you to learn the lesson you need to from a situation. 

When you know what you want, you have a clearer direction and can make better choices for your new beginnings!

What you’ll hear in this podcast:

  • Change that you chose, and change that you didn’t
  • Change in your personal life & change at work
  • Endings, the gift that keeps on giving
  • The pain that change often causes
  • The growth that endings, change, gives us
  • How knowing what you don’t want helps you focus on what you do
  • How reflection, considering something deeply leads to personal-growth
  • Some personal stories of endings and beginnings that Lara & Amee have had

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