Welcome back to another motivating episode of The Winners Paradigm! In today's episode, we have the incredible Neena Perez joining us to share her powerful story of transformation and resilience. Neena is a transformational life coach who has overcome immense challenges, including domestic violence, abuse, molestation, and rape. She has not only risen above her circumstances but has made it her mission to empower other women to do the same. Get ready to be inspired as Neena discusses the importance of self-awareness, the power of taking action, and the lessons she has learned along her journey. Let's dive in!
[00:02:38] Entrepreneur discusses early morning workouts and parenting.
[00:06:56] It's gotta get done, despite your emotions.
[00:09:31] "Stop defending depression, start taking ownership"
[00:12:26] Lack of sleep, job search, depression, appreciation.
[00:15:19] Burpees and workouts help with therapy, mindset.
[00:19:39] "Listen to your body, face your feelings."
[00:24:46] Realize your potential and inspire others.
[00:26:54] Remember the pain, learn, and transcend shame.
[00:31:56] "Do it. Motherfuckers called me out."
[00:34:19] Keep friends who hold you accountable, thrive.
[00:38:53] Listen to your inner voice and seek guidance. Pray and move in the direction you believe God wants. Don't be a victim, take action. Find support and stop making excuses. You have one opportunity, so don't hold yourself back. Live without regrets.
[00:43:19] Understanding life's challenges, death's lessons, personal growth.
[00:44:35] Podcast: "Straight Talk. No Sugar Added."
1. How does the speaker's emphasis on consistency in daily workouts relate to achieving goals? Can you think of other areas of life where consistency is important?
2. In what ways can societal expectations influence our choices regarding drinking? Do you agree or disagree with the speaker's stance on not drinking? Why?
3. How does the speaker's personal experience with trauma shape their perspective on taking action and not being a victim? Can you relate to their experiences or mindset in any way?
4. What are your thoughts on the speaker's views on emotions and getting things done regardless of one's emotional state? Do you agree or disagree? Why?
5.The speaker mentions the importance of surrounding oneself with the right people. How does this relate to personal growth and achieving one's goals? Have you experienced the impact of your social circle on your own journey?
Overcoming Fear and the Victim Mentality: "A lot of times, we say things to ourselves because of fear. There's usually an underlying current there of fear because we do what we really wanna do… So, obviously, you are stopping yourself because there's something there that's saying, you're not good enough. You can't do it. And that, again, is a victim mentality."
— Neena Perez 00:06:0400:06:10
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