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Do you know you’re meant for more and have more potential to reach? If so, this podcast is for you. The Create the Impossible Life Podcast is your go-to resource for learning how to re-wire your brain and create a life bigger than you ever imagined. Through this podcast, you'll hear directly from the Certified Life Coach and impossible goal achiever, Felicia Broccolo. This is different from anything you've ever tried, and it leads to impossible results. We work at the root of the issue, your ...
 
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In Moses 3:5 we read, “For I, the Lord God, created all things, of which I have spoken, spiritually, before they were naturally upon the face of the earth.” This is a profound and beautiful truth we hold in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We know God knew us and created us spiritually before we were created physically. And yet, eve…
 
In a world that is constantly telling you that you need to be a certain way it can be hard to know who you really are and what your true personality is. Coach Heather Fillmore helps her clients determine for themselves who they are by coming to understand and examine their personalities. Heather is a big believer in the Enneagram test. While she co…
 
Congratulations, You've leveled up! You're changing - you're becoming more aware, more confident, more authentically you. You've seen some amazing changes in yourself - this is what happens 100% of the time when you dive into coaching. But then there's something that also happens just about 100% of the time that we don't often talk about - when you…
 
God has blessed each of us with unique and specific talents and abilities that He not only expects us to use but needs us to use so that we can continue to grow and become who He sent us to earth to be. All too often as mothers we can bury those talents for the sake of others but then are we just like the servant in the parable that buried his tale…
 
Talking to your kids about sex and their sexuality can be an uncomfortable conversation, but it doesn’t have to be. In this special edition episode of the podcast sex coach Amanda Louder wants to help you know that you can have a very open, healthy, and faith promoting conversation with your children about sex and their sexuality. She sits down wit…
 
As parents it's natural to want our children to choose certain things or make particular choices so that they can have a certain outcome. But all too often we really want them to do that so we can appear a certain way as a parent and we can feel like we were successful in our parenting role. Releasing our children of certain expectations doesn’t st…
 
Confidence is synonymous with faith. It is faith that moves mountains. It is confidence that provides the peace, certainty, and trust to be able to move forward and try new things. I'm excited to share just the tiniest snippets from Dr. Givens and his book, The Doors of Faith and share ideas, concepts, and tools to help you live a life of quiet con…
 
With anything in life, when you enter into something for the first time there are a lot of unknowns and ways of doing things that are not obvious to you. When an individual becomes a new member in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints they have questions and don’t know all the ways to do things. This requires patience as the new convert a…
 
As members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints we value the marriage relationship and feel that it is the most important relationship we have here on earth. We have revealed doctrine on the eternal nature of marriages and how the sealing ordinance of marriage is a necessary part of our eternal progression. Being that marriage is orda…
 
The starting point of all confidence is in radical truth-telling. Lies, half-truths, and dishonesty stem from insecurities and fears and you might be dabbling in this area more than you realize. But the good news is that you have options, you can learn how to be a radical truth-teller, and best of all you can create a life of security, certainty, a…
 
Just like the seasons change as the earth moves around the sun, our lives also have seasons that change as we grow older and pass through different phases of our lives. While we are each aware of those seasons, the change from one season to another can often be difficult and hard to navigate. Coach Jill Pack helps women of faith make the transition…
 
We all have heard the childhood rhyme, “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” It seemed true as children, but in reality words really can hurt and cause a lot of damage. Within the Church we can often refer to those who have left as wayward, lost sheep, or apostate. Coach Jennifer Barnhart has many members of her famil…
 
Outside of having someone close to you pass away, divorce is the most stressful thing anyone could go through. It is a time of change anywhere from where you live, how you parent, your financial situation, and the relationships you have in your life. Whenever you are going through something as life changing as divorce, it is important to get all th…
 
There are dangers of pretending to be fine when we're not, pretending that things don't bother us when they really do, pretending to be happy instead of being human with a full range of emotions, pretending to enjoy things when we don't, pretending to agree with things when we really don't. This pretending is hurting you more than you realize and t…
 
Whenever we discuss pornography use in the Church we often refer to it as an “addiction” but coach Zach Spafford thinks this is an innacurate description of what is happening and one that needs to change. Zach feels the narrative around pornography use needs to change so that we can allow for agency and mistakes. When we can come to accept that all…
 
Who doesn’t like bacon? Bacon is a favorite for many families but when you have a large family, having bacon on a regular basis can get expensive. In coach Meg Thomas’s family one of their biggest family debates was over bacon. The kids wanted more but the parents knew daily bacon just wasn’t in the budget. How did they compromise? By holding a fam…
 
There are rules that are productive for you and there are "rules" that aren't. Some help us to create more confidence and security in ourselves and others that actually hinder your growth and self-image. But what if there are NO RULES? What if you are following "rules" (aka expectations) from others that stifles your confidence not knowing there ar…
 
We all want to have a good relationship with our children. But relationships between children and their parents can often become strained during the teen years. We often associate it to the teen being rebellious but really, they are just wanting autonomy. What we have to learn as parents is to release the control on our teen and let them take contr…
 
We live in a world that likes to quantify things and place value on how much something is worth. We are constantly determining the worth and value of everything in our life. We do it with activities and events by weighing them against the value of our time. We do it with clothes, cars, and houses against the money we think they are really worth. Si…
 
There is only one you and so you are the only one who can create a life where what you really want is a top priority. Many know this but making the things that matter most a priority an actual reality can often seem overwhelming and impossible. Coach Molly Claire sits down to talk with Heather about how each of us has unique desires, wants, and gif…
 
We all experience ugly thoughts. You know the kind, it's when you're starting a new project and that inner dialogue chimes in to tell you all the reasons why it won't work for you or why you're not cut out for that. It happens when you look in the mirror or see a picture of you and whoa, lots of thoughts come out of the woodwork, thoughts that you'…
 
When many think of someone who has ADHD they think of hyper, overactive little boys. While that definitely can be a symptom, for many girls and women the hyperactivity is in their brains and therefore often goes unrecognized and undiagnosed. Coach Jody Long was not diagnosed with ADHD until she was thirty-five. With that diagnosis the ways she had …
 
We like to classify emotions into two categories - good and bad. But what if there were no good or bad emotions? What if all emotions were actually good and there to serve you? Coach Meg Tilton believes that it is in accepting all the emotions, listening to what they have to say, and validating them, that we are truly able to gain emotional mastery…
 
While repentance is a key component of overcoming our weaknesses and being able to return to live with God again, it can often feel heavy and have a lot of shame associated with it. But what if it didn’t need to be that way? What if we could come at repentance from a different angle and instead of feeling heavy, feel lighter and filled with more ho…
 
You can have a great product but if you don’t know how to market it, it doesn’t matter. This is what coach Brittni Schroeder knows after having run several successful businesses and helping her clients market their businesses. She specializes in helping her clients learn how to market their product without the process consuming their lives. She bel…
 
This episode is all about MAINTENANCE. One of the hardest aspects of friendships is maintaining them. We start to see or notice things that we don't like, we hold them to these unspoken expectations, they might say things or show up in ways that are confusing and oftentimes that's when we start to distance ourselves until the firnedship just fizzle…
 
We need food to survive and yet for many, food can be a constant battle every day of what and how much to eat. But what if you could make peace with food and you don’t have to count or calculate everything that goes in your mouth or eliminate any food from your plate? How would you feel if you could be the weight you want and have a positive relati…
 
It's no secret, friends can be amazing and those special connections can help us to experience rich, full, and joyful lives. But navigating the waters of friendship can be difficult and trigger a lot of insecurities, frustrations, and fear as well. I've created a 3 part series to help you feel confident in this world of friends! Tune in with LDS Li…
 
Creation is a divine characteristic. Are you a creator in your life and of your life? If you feel you could use some guidance in this area, take a listen to this episode. You will leave feeling uplifted and with a greater desire to create. Coach Alicia Davis believes in the importance of tapping into our creator capabilities and truly learning what…
 
Being a people pleaser is something that can get a bad wrap, but in many ways the intention of the people pleaser is very well meaning. They want everyone to be happy and they want to control people and situations so that the outcome is positive for everyone involved. In reality though, it’s a power struggle and believe it or not can be manipulativ…
 
Somewhere along the line we picked up the belief that some people are "better" than others, they're more likable, more valuable, more educated, more...And with this we have the tendency to elevate them and put them on a pedestal. But if they're up there, where are you? What does that say about you? And more importantly, what does that do to your co…
 
What if someone told you that everything you wanted you could actually have? That wanting a successful business didn’t mean you had to sacrifice your relationships with your spouse or your children. Coach Marcie McGee feels that we really only limit ourselves and what we can achieve by the limiting thoughts we have. She believes you can have it all…
 
It’s probably safe to say that women in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints love two things very much - the gospel and their children. But what happens when those two things come into conflict with one another? There has been a lot of discussion in recent years on how parents of children who are LGBTQ can continue to love and support th…
 
We often blame others for how we feel. We think that others "made" us feel a certain way. They said words and now I'm hurt. But this thought track is disempowering and will keep you from being able to feel confident. Today, I share a small portion of the book, How Emotions are Made by Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett where you learn that others don't "make…
 
When you are young you feel your parents are invincible and will never have failing health or need extra care from you as their child. But as life expectancy increases in the United States it is a role many of us will most likely find ourselves in at some point and in some capacity. Taking on the needs of ailing parents can mean significant life ad…
 
Finding fulfillment in life goes beyond simply checking all the boxes of the things we feel we need to do as members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Fulfillment doesn’t come from a checklist but from a conscious and deliberate effort in pursuing and doing the things that make one happy. Today coach Bob Smith is here today to tal…
 
When we're triggered by something we have this terrible habit of narrowing in and focusing on it, which we doesn't feel good. Feelings are important because how you feel drives you into action - it affects what you DO next. So when you're honed in Ono the things that don't feel good it directly impacts how you show up and what you create. In today'…
 
No one ever gets married with an intention of getting divorced and yet divorce is something that still happens. In the Church there are a lot of thoughts that surround the topic of divorce and it can be a hard arena to know how to navigate both as someone going through a divorce and someone supporting a divorcee. After being married for over twenty…
 
In its simplest form, life is broken down into two categories - stories and facts. Facts are simply the things that occur in our lives. They are usually out of our control and something that everyone around us would agree on as having happened or not happened. Stories are created by us and are created by our thoughts about the facts. One person’s s…
 
If ever there were a love hate relationship in your life, it probably exists in the way you feel towards your emotions. Some emotions are so amazing to feel and some are just tough and hard. But in order to truly take part in the full mortal experience, you must become really good at feeling ALL the emotions. When you can get to a place where emoti…
 
There are moments when we just feel stuck. We might feel stuck in a story about ourselves or others, stuck in a feeling, stuck in a pattern of behavior, or a family relationship, and it's painful because there's no growth or moving forward in stuckness. But there is a glorious, most freeing truth: It doesn't have to be this way. Today, I share an e…
 
We can often think that popping a pill for our depression will fix everything, but that rarely is the case. There is still so much we need to learn about our minds and mind management that the tools of coaching can help with. To have depression is just one part of depression. We have thoughts about having depression and we need to make sure we addr…
 
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