For the second-guessers, the chronically hesitant, or anyone who suffers from decision fatigue, best-selling author and host Emily P. Freeman helps create a little space for your soul to breathe so you can discern your next right thing in love. Because out of the thousands of decisions you make everyday, chances are a few of them threaten to keep you up at night. If you're in a season of transition, waiting, general fogginess or if you've ever searched "how to make a decision" on the internet, listen in.
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Today's episode is especially for high school students and those who love and advise them. As my twins prepare to graduate from high school, I've been thinking a lot about our past year and how we've helped them make decisions about their next right ... more
Emily, thanks for taking the time to make this podcast. I often feel comforted & challenged while listening, a combination that doesn’t seem possible at first thought. Your podcasts are presented in such a way that I’m still chewing on the thoughts you present days later, and often noticing ways I can incorporate the latest NRT insight into my life—if I’m not already actively doing that. Nonetheless, I don’t feel overwhelmed, but free to take what I need and leave the rest behind. I recommend th... more
I’ve just found this podcast and am so very grateful for the thoughtful and Thought Filled content. Usually I’m one to binge a podcast, but I don’t want to do that with this one. more
Her thoughts give me a lot of peace whenever I listen.
I don't know how I lived without this, until now ... thank you
Wise & contemplative but also actionable. So good
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