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Episode 117: Making Space for Rest with Jordan Maney

Radical Joy Coach™ Jordan Maney joins us to talk about why rest is so much more than sleep and how you can rethink your perspective on rest to have the fuel you need to do the work and advocacy most meaningful to you.
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117: Making Space for Rest with Jordan Maney

Rest is the fuel you need for your work and your advocacy. That's how today's guest, Radical Joy Coach™ Jordan Maney, thinks about the far-reaching impact of true rest, unlike anything I've ever heard before. I had the privilege of meeting Jordan earlier this year at a conference where we had the opportunity to spend a lot of time together.

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Show Notes

Rest is the fuel you need for your work and your advocacy.

That’s how today’s guest, Radical Joy Coach™ Jordan Maney, thinks about the far-reaching impact of true rest, unlike anything I've ever heard before.

I had the privilege of meeting Jordan earlier this year at a conference where we had the opportunity to spend a lot of time together. The way she coaches around rest is so dynamic that I invited her to be a guest expert inside the Coach with Clarity Collective and the feedback was overwhelming. Her training on rest received more love than anything I've ever offered inside the Collective.

That’s how powerful Jordan's work around rest is, and that’s why I’m excited to bring her to the podcast. You’ll find so many gems in this conversation and get so much out of her work. Enjoy the episode!

Topics covered

  • How Jordan helps creative and intuitive business owners
  • Lessons Jordan learned from her first venture into entrepreneurship
  • The messy, uncomfortable side of pivoting
  • Jordan’s path to becoming a Radical Joy Coach™
  • What you need to remember about the refinement process
  • How Jordan defines rest
  • Why we need to pay close attention to the energy we give out
  • Turning your attention back to yourself
  • Making time for rest
  • Why everything in our calendar seems too important to cut
  • Getting very clear on your actual capacity
  • The rest-capacity relationship
  • The several different types of rest
  • Why Jordan believes we should aim for harmony instead of balance
  • The connections between rest and advocacy
  • What sustainable advocacy looks like

Resources mentioned

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TRANSCRIPT

 

Well, hello my friend. Welcome to the Coach with Clarity Podcast. My name is Lee Chaix McDonough, I'm your host and I am so thrilled that you are joining me for my discussion today with Radical Joy Coach, Jordan Maney. I had the privilege of meeting Jordan earlier this year at a conference, we got to spend lots of time together and I was so taken by the way she coaches around rest. It is unlike anything I'd ever heard before. And that's why I also invited her to be a guest expert inside the Coach with Clarity Collective, my membership program. And I have to tell you, her training on rest received more feedback, more emails, more love than just about anything I've ever offered inside the Collective. That is how powerful Jordan’s work around rest is and that is why I am so excited to bring her and her work to the Coach with Clarity Podcast. So, I'm gonna stop talking so we can get right into my conversation with Radical Joy Coach and Rest Expert, Jordan Maney.

 

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