117 My Own Voice, Interview with Lara Ledsham

Lara Ledsham was the very first guest on Just Stay Curious. She returns to discuss how her 2016 has been. Launching her coaching practice while remaining full time employed, Lara overextended herself, and became sicker and sicker. Her doctor encouraged her to take some time off. Lara, predictably, refused, explaining how work “needed” her. Her doctor responded by informing her that continuing down her current path would only lead to her becoming a professional patient. She is now taking some time off to recover. Lara is working to incorporate self love and self care by making changes to her life. Lara is also making this a project a group effort. She is taking suggestions for self love and self care, sharing publicly her process, and acknowledging successes and failures.

Lara is also planning on returning to coaching, on her own terms. She feels in the last year she was given too much advice from others, and forgot to listen to her own voice. She intends to start again, in alignment with her own values and beliefs.

Q & A

What is the best advice you have ever received?

I should make sure that I can incorporate self-care part of what I’m doing in my daily life in business. By Gillian Rodriguez.

Do you have a favorite quote?

“No matter who says it to you, it has to resonate in your heart.”

What book are you reading right now?

The Year of Living Danishly: Uncovering the Secrets of the World’s Happiest Country, Helen Russell.

What is the one thing that you are most passionate about?

Right now, I am most passionate about getting well. My overall thing I’m passionate about is kindness to all things on the earth.

Guest Bio

Lara helps women who are lost and unhappy discover what they need to do to fall back in love with their life and empowers them to do it.




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