Amy Wine | Podcast

It’s time to stop simply surviving and start thriving in your day to day! We all have the same 24 hours and it’s time to intentionally use them to live a life that represents who you are authentically, not who you think you should be.

Join Award-Winning Marriage & Family Therapist, High-Performance Business Coach, and 7-Figure Business Owner Amy Wine as you discover how to align with your true self, live a life on purpose, and form deep connections in your relationships.

One thing you will learn quickly is that Amy believes in Real Life, Real Relationships, and Real People. You will relate easily to her down to earth, often quirky, sometimes sassy manner as she discusses her own ups and downs in life, marriage, complete overwhelm in business, and always putting herself last lifestyle. She simply gets what you are going through as a high achieving, married mom.

Tune in and let’s AWAKEN your spirit on this soul-changing journey.

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There are characteristics that entrepreneurs have which make them successful in business, but those same characteristics can also be the very thing that can bring down their marriages if they’re not careful.

37: The #1 Reason for Conflict in Marriage with an Entrepreneur

“Vulnerability” is a buzzword that we hear fairly often these days, but why is it so important in building a business or nurturing a relationship? Vulnerability can add a level of depth and connection that would otherwise be difficult to reach.

36: Vulnerability: Why It’s Important in Business and Relationships with Lianne Kim

Vulnerability: Why It’s Important in Business and Relationships with Lianne Kim

The topic of this episode is emotional unavailability, so if you want to learn why men are sometimes emotionally unavailable and how you can communicate in their language, this episode is really helpful.

35: Emotional Unavailability: Understanding His Side

We’re talking about something called “negative sentiment override” and how it can cause things to go from good to bad to worse in a relationship. It’s when negative sentiment overrides positive interactions or memories and makes it hard to see the good in someone.

34: Kicking Negative Sentiment Override Out of Your Marriage

Sometimes you might feel isolated and disconnected from others, even when you’re surrounded by people. This sense of separation has a destructive effect on your ability to rest.

33: The 7th Type of God-Given Rest: Relational Rest

The 7th Type of God-Given Rest: Relational Rest

Sometimes you have to plan rest into your schedule. It’s too easy to get caught up in the day-to-day tasks that need to get done and forget to prioritize yourself. This is where visionary rest comes into play.

32: The 6th Type of God-Given Rest: Visionary Rest

The 6th Type of God-Given Rest: Visionary Rest

The secret to spiritual rest isn’t a physical place or even a religious practice, it’s about being able to go to your place of rest wherever you are.

31: The 5th Type of God-Given Rest: Spiritual Rest

Health and Happiness

Many of us have learned to hide our emotions either as a skill in our professional lives or as a coping mechanism. Turns out, your emotions were never meant to be bottled up.

30: The 4th Type of God-Given Rest: Emotional Rest

The 4th Type of God-Given Rest: Emotional Rest

Much like my desk, our minds are full of clutter all day every day. When you learn how to tidy up your mind and release all the junk, it’s life-changing.

29: The 3rd Type of God-Given Rest: Mental Rest

The 3rd Type of God-Given Rest: Mental Rest

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