Hannah Braime is the founder of BecomingWhoYouAre.net and an expert in journaling and personal development. She joins me today to discuss authentic, long-term change and offers a four step process for success.

Discussed On the Show:

  • The problem with “shoulds.”
  • Perfectionism and People Pleasing.
  • Changing your environment and relationships.
  • The need for a trailblazer mindset.
  • Toxic beliefs and personality “sub-parts.”
  • The “magic money jar” philosophy for getting back on track after a hiccup.
  • How to use journaling to support the process (especially if you fear journaling).

The Four Steps:

  1. Analysis.
  2. Explore the gap between behavior and intention.
  3. Put knowledge to work.
  4. Re-commit.

More About This Show

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Can I recommend a guest? Absolutely. Shoot us an email and tell me who you’d like to me to interview and why. Include their contact details. Can I submit a question for the show? Yes! Email any questions to kevin [at] rebootedbody [dot] com


  • Julie says:

    I love this podcast! It was chock full of information. So much so that I listened to it several times, with my computer open, so that I could take copious notes. Thank you to both of you! And thank you Kevin for bringing on such compelling guests.

  • Sierra says:

    I realized this past weekend while on a camping trip with friends that environmental sabotage is prevalent from 1 or 2 people in my circle. Basically, I came to the conclusion that I am oversharing my personal goals and subjecting them to put downs when I do so, which makes me vulnerable to sabotage from others. For me, this is wrapped up in a form of social anxiety where I feel like I need to share everything in order to get approval.

    In listening to this podcast, I realized that I don’t need the herd’s approval to achieve my goals.

    This reminds me of the Pinterest-famous quote: “When a woman becomes her own best friend, life is easier.” – Dianne Von Furstenberg


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