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[Episode] Burning Down The House
We can change our lives if we want. The Bible said that God created the world in 7 days. He created the heaven and the earth and said “Let there be light.”
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Noreen talks about believing in doing what you love and it not being normal for us to be spending most of our day working. She discusses advice she heard about companies not caring about what you are up to but wanting you to be interested in what they are up to. Noreen talks about her commitment to being happy and how it inspired her to leave jobs. She questions listeners about what it would take for them to be happy. Noreen talks about things that she’s been doing in her life that has made her healthier.
Noreen reads something she wrote about dealing with people in her life over the past week. She talks about how taking risks and going beyond yourself will enable you to take on things you didn’t know. She explains her Ten Tips in Ten Weeks Challenge and how she came up with and changed the idea and what it does for people. Noreen talks about the need for safe spaces and clients of her workshop becoming able to own their truth and speak their voice.
Noreen talks about the abortion ban and how it’s going to lead to even more extremes. She talks about her own experiences and how putting these bans into place will lead to women looking for unsafe abortions. She talks about her theories about why this ban is actually happening. She talks about the need for everybody to work together and support each other to make changes.
Noreen takes a call from a listener who talks about how she wants the new generation to take a different form of activism. Noreen defends the younger generation and argues that everyone does it differently and that there are lots of different causes. She talks about the negative things that the older generation has left the younger generation with. Noreen questions when it comes to recycling and cleaning up the planet, who really has the power: corporations or the individuals?