One of the keys to a happy life is understanding and accepting who you are, and learning to create the life you love based on that understanding. As we’ve talked about many times on this podcast, introverts have an enormous capacity for success when they recognize and strengthen their best traits. My guest today is a perfect example of what can manifest when an introverted heart and mind is driven by courage, love and creativity.
Dr. Susan Biali is an award-winning medical doctor, media wellness expert, author, speaker, life coach and professional flamenco dancer. She lives to help you discover yourself, create vibrant health, and design a life that you absolutely love.
Formerly a sick, depressed Emergency Medicine resident, Dr. Biali took back her own life and health by learning how to balance her life, listen to her body, and create a life truly worth living. Today, her greatest passion is helping free others to do the same.
Her bestselling new book, “Live a Life You Love: 7 Steps to a Healthier, Happier, More Passionate You“, was released by New York’s Beaufort Books in March 2010.
During our wide-ranging conversation, we start out by talking about what it means to be an HSP (Highly Sensitive Person) Introvert and how it affects our relationships, both with ourselves and others.
We also spend time on
- The importance of compassion to living a happy, healthy life
- What role tension plays in moving you forward toward your goals
- How listening to your body can change your life
- Ways you can take care of yourself as an introvert and/or an HSP
Lisa P says
Thank you for this podcast. It was very inspirational for me. I'm learning how to come completely into present and to fully accept myself (and to know myself) as an HSP Introvert. I especially love what you said about vision boards still being something external and lists being for our own self. Vision boards have never worked for me (I always felt closed down by them) so this helps me to know that I do make sense! Lisa http://www.iamselfconnected.com
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