TWR 281: How to Live a Bigger, Better, Bolder Life & Teach Your Kids to Live Authentically with Jennifer Cohen

Are you living a bold, authentic life? Are you modeling that for your kids? If the answer isn’t a resounding YES, no judgment! Let’s take action RIGHT NOW and take a step towards a bigger, better, bolder life.

In this episode of The Wellness Revolution, I’m joined by Jennifer Cohen, NYT Best-Selling Author, TEDx Speaker, Host of the Habits and Hustle podcast, and International Keynote Speaker.

Today, Jennifer is sharing insights from her newest book, Bigger, Better, Bolder: Live the Life You Want, Not the Life You Get. This book is a fantastic step-by-step guide for living authentically and stepping into your power, something I believe to be crucial for women and moms.

Living a better life isn’t about finding happiness, it’s about creating a richer, fuller life for yourself (and thus, your family).

As women over 40, we can all strive to live a bigger, better, bolder life and model that for our children. But how the heck do we get started? Tune in to hear Jen’s tips and advice!

“If we can get out of our own way, it’s boundless what the opportunities can be.”
– 
Jennifer Cohen

Keep in mind: Being bold is a skill that needs practice. So, start small, keep practicing, and you’ll get there! As Jennifer says, it comes down to self-belief and doing it anyway.

Key Highlights:

  • Why living a better life isn’t about finding happiness.
  • Simple, easy ways to practice being bold.
  • The key to instilling confidence and self-esteem in your kids.
  • How to teach your children to be bold, authentic, and live the life they want.
  • One aspect of a full life you should NEVER forget.
  • The #1 skill you need to make life feel easier.
  • How to find balance/peace in just 5-20 minutes.
  • Tips for modeling a healthy relationship with your phone to your kids.
  • How saying “I don’t have time for ___” is affecting your children.
  • The 10% Target: Jen’s philosophy on mindset.

“If you don’t like something that is in your life, you have the authority and are the only person who can make it better and change it, so change it.” – Jennifer Cohen

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