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Welcome to episode 142 of the Coffee with Karen podcast. In this episode, Karen talks to Marcy McDonald, a mindset expert and end-of-life doula. Marcy shares her journey from working in a six-figure corporate job to living out of her car and becoming an internationally certified end-of-life doula. She emphasizes the importance of paying attention to death as it resets one's mindset and allows them to truly live.
Karen and Marcy discuss the importance of paying attention to one's body and emotions. The first step in mindfulness is to pay attention to what is happening in the body and notice where tension is showing up. Marcy explains that the emotional mind is in control and works quickly, processing a quadrillion bits of information in the time it takes to blink. This mind draws from the past and highly charged negative emotions to react to situations, but it is possible to change this through awareness and taking steps to bring the rational mind forward.
Marcy believes that paying attention to death is important because it resets one's mindset and allows them to live intentionally every day. They encourage listeners to think about the things they have been wanting to change about themselves for ages but haven't done and to stop putting things off for "someday," which is the same as saying no day. They emphasize that the brain is plastic, and it is possible to change no matter what burdens or interpretations one has been carrying.
The conversation then turns to why people struggle to deal with grief and death, even though they are inevitable parts of life. Marcy suggests that it's because we are not equipped to deal with them and are not taught how to process them. She shares her personal experience of losing her father and how it was a mixed barrage of feelings. Marcy encourages people to face their own death and have a guide to help them through it, as this process is enlightening and can be uplifting.
I've done many podcasts since this one on "Live with Joy!", but it was my first and there are a lot of life lessons here you might enjoy. Click here to listen.
Some of the topics I talk about:
· Have you stopped noticing the choices you’re making?
· How faith can change the corporate environment.
· Why being grateful must include the bad things as well as the good, & how that can shift your mindset & change your life.
· How your brain sabotages you by going to the most negatively charged memories first--& what to do about it.
· How embracing your actual reality (instead of your story about it) and lead to becoming a happy person.
· Why stress becomes a habit & what to do about it.
· Why self-talk may be the most important tool for how to change your life.
· Why you should be ignoring many of the things you’re paying attention to.
Check out my interview, with Susan Gibson of the Memory Wellness Academy! In this talk, we explore a vital question for all of us: Are we living lives of purpose?
Susan Gibson said of this interview: "I found Marcy’s declarations to herself about her intent to call out the best in others life changing. I want to do that!! I want to be intentional in making my life count for what matters. Marcy’s end-of-life experiences and coaching expertise were fabulous for giving us practical, applicable tips for changing our habits and re-wiring our brains."
In this session, I talk about leaving a legacy, neurological principles of getting free so we can focus and get out of our minds or emotions, and how to make incremental changes towards the life we want. We also tackle one of my favorite topics: Why you should be ignoring many of the things you’re paying attention to.
Get ready to think about what legacy you want to leave and what has value and purpose in your life. I share from my life experience and the wisdom gained from being with many people as they consider end-of-life decisions. We have a chance to be proactive and take action now to remove any blocks in our lives. Learn about building happiness and improving your perspective with some neuroscience to help us understand how it really works at a cellular level.
Fuzia is an international organization, 5 million strong, that asked to interview Marcy. If you're curious to know more about her and why she's so passionate about helping women explode their own stories about themselves... so they can catapult themselves into the version they've been dreaming of... Check it out!
If not, start making changes today by adjusting what you tell yourself. Click here for Marcy's FREE guidebook, "7 Steps to Silencing Your Inner Critic."
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