WARNING: This podcast challenges beliefs you thought were true about you and your world. Join Professional Certified Coach, Linda Heeler, as she uncovers the “normal lies” that have become “normalized” in our lives for years. As a coach, Linda works with people to uncover and shift the disempowering stories (lies) that the voice in their head says are true about them. After realizing the lies that we were born into and the systemic racism that has taken place in our country for hundreds of years, Linda’s eyes were opened to the harm that’s occurring simply because we have been living so many lies. And, it’s not just the lies about race but also regarding sexism, ableism, ageism, etc. Each week, Linda and her guests talk about how "normal lies" came to be as they explore topics that range from relationships, parenting, your health, racism, sexism, career, trauma and more. Listen as Linda and her guests have hard, and sometimes messy conversations as we discover these lies and their impa... more
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Episode 88. “… imagine something comes so easily for me and I expect the person sitting next to me to be able to do what I do, their strengths are different than mine. They have other gifts that they bring to the table. So when we have those expec... more
Episode 87. “… I’ve been broke pretty much my entire adult life. but I've always had an abundance of food and that makes me feel rich.” more
Episode 86. This episode is a compilation of Linda’s most recent guests answers to her finale questions: more
Challenging our thoughts and beliefs about what is “normal” allows us to free ourselves from all kind of limitations. Linda is a fabulous host and has such important, informative conversations with her guests. I thoroughly enjoy this podcast as a listener and was honored to be a guest!
I absolutely love the concept behind this podcast — to highlight and debunk the “normal lies” we fall prey to and tell ourselves, so we can live more more aligned, truthful, and intentional lives. Linda isn’t afraid to tackle tough topics and does a fantastic job leading compelling conversations with her guests.
This is a great podcast if you want to grow personally and find more peace and clarity in your daily life. Linda Heeler does an amazing job of finding great guests and asking the perfect questions. Check this out- you don’t be disappointed!
This podcast has a conversational feel and covers useful topics. It’s nice to have a resource that encourages listeners to think about and challenge ideas and beliefs that are not helping them.
I love this podcast with Mark Delaney. He really made me think. He isn’t swayed by media hype about nutritional products or the propaganda of the pharmaceutical industry. He simply lives a healthy lifestyle. more
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Normal Lies launched 3 years ago and published 89 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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