In today’s episode, Laura is joined by co-author and illustrator of the national best-seller Big Feelings, Liz Fosslien.
Liz is an expert on effectively embracing emotions at work, and in this conversation she talks more in-depth about the emotions and feelings covered in her book. From procrastination to boundary setting, this episode will most likely ring a bell and even provide some good insight on how to improve in more than one area of your life.
Join Laura and Liz in this candid conversation, and make sure to check out Liz’s book, Big Feelings: How to Be Okay When Things Are Not Okay.
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In this episode, we cover:
-The story behind her new book.
-Liz’s personal experience with burnout.
-Perfectionism and fear of failure.
-Things we can do to move through our big feelings.
Resources and links mentioned during this episode:
-Check out Liz’s website at www.fosslien.com and connect with her on Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
-Read her book – Big Feelings: How to Be Okay When Things Are Not Okay.
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More about Liz Fosslien:
Liz Fosslien is the co-author and illustrator of the national best-seller Big Feelings and the Wall Street Journal best-seller No Hard Feelings (which have both been translated into 15+ languages) and an expert on effectively embracing emotions at work. Liz regularly speaks about how leaders can walk the line between sharing and oversharing, build resilient teams, and create high-performing cultures of belonging. Her work has been featured by Good Morning America, The Economist, TED, The New York Times, NPR, Adam Grant, and Mindy Kaling.