Many of my clients eat out of alignment with their goals when work becomes “too much,” stressful, or overwhelming. In today’s episode, Radical Healing: A Healthy Relationship with Work, Nicole Lewis-Keeber and I discuss how changing the way we work can heal us.
Nicole explains how (and why!) entrepreneurs and leaders recreate their unresolved trauma at work. Plus, the life-changing results when we begin to recognize our trauma patterns and dig deep to disrupt those patterns.
A Healthy Relationship with Work will help you:
- Understand how Nicole defines trauma — little t versus big T.
- Discover trauma’s light side (resilience; out of the box thinking; DIY nature) and its shadow side (fear and doubt; a need for control; a lack of celebration support; few to no rewards for yourself) — yes, that’s right: trauma has an upside!
- Learn how to begin to recognize trauma patterns.
When you resolve trauma, you are able to see the gifts, the skill, the self-reflection, even the humor (yup, it’s okay to laugh!), and you know yourself better and you can move forward. This healing with show up in huge ways, including a healthy relationship with work.
More About Nicole Lewis-Keeber
Nicole Lewis-Keeber holds a Masters Degree in Social Work and is a licensed clinical social worker. She has combined her experience as a therapist and mindset coach to assist entrepreneurs in revealing the blocks and blind spots in their business, that have origins from their past experiences. Nicole’s articles about the impact of small t trauma on entrepreneurship can be found on Medium and in her blog.
Using a conversational, engaging, humor-infused approach to complex challenges, Nicole’s talks and coaching programs guide business owners, coaches, and healers to reveal and release their underlying blocks and barriers to having a business that is financially successful and emotionally sustainable.
Nicole lives in Lancaster, Pennsylvania with her husband Jason and their three cats Syd, Critter and Yum Yum.