Episode 004: The Power of Affirmations to Increase Confidence and Move Forward // Brigette Heller

Using affirmations to rewrite your thought scripts.

My guest Brigette shares her passion for positive affirmations and how powerful they are in rewriting thought scripts and rewiring the brain in positive ways. In her work, Brigette teaches others to focus on choosing the good, light and glitter, even when its’ hard.  She hosts a #10dayIAM challenge that guides people to acknowledge their divine traits.


In this episode, she explains how learning that the true dictionary definition of repentance was “a fresh view,” helped her realize the power of affirmations and of “I AM.”  She also discusses how the Golden Rule also applies to developing empathy and loving ourselves first.


She says that until we see ourselves as Godly, or good, we can’t love others.  Positive affirmations help us do that.  Brigette defines positive affirmations, provides tips about how to make this a habit, and shows how this practice is linked to gospel truth.


Listen to the full episode to learn why saying, “I Am a Child of God,” is a positive affirmation, and how this practice can increase your confidence, realize your worth,  and help you move forward with your life.


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Episode 007: How to Help Teen Girls Realize Their Worth and Remember Who They Are // Kristen Walker Smith

Teen girls today are getting distracted form who they really are, the mission they came here to fulfill and forgetting their eternal value. They are believing Satan’s lies about who they are, where their values lies, and what they should be doing to find joy.

Guest Kristen Walker Smith provides insight about how we can help build them up to see themselves how God sees them. As a teen mentor, podcast host and the creator of many tools and resources for teen girls, Kristen provides many tools to get your teen started in the journey of realizing that they are elect youth!

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Episode 005: How to Become a Mental Health Advocate for Your Teen // Cheryl Cardall

Do you have a teen or child who faces mental health challenges?
Do you know what signs to look for that may indicate that mental health needs to be assessed and addressed? Guest Cheryl Cardall, host of the @FightLikeAMotherPodcast addresses these topics and more as she guides you through what steps to take to stand for and with your children and teens to advocate for their mental health needs.

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Episode 003: How to Increase Hope and Achieve Emotional Freedom Through Music // Katie Higley

Learn powerful strategies from American Idol Alumni Katie Higley. After experiencing PTSD from a traumatic car accident, American Idol Alumni Katie Higley explains how she turned to music as a tool to help her overcome her challenges, develop resilience and find hope.

Listen to the full episode to hear more about an interesting study Katie describes that shows the positive impact it has on people when they sing together in unison. She will also give you an insightful tip about how you can create a song with any scripture or affirmation. It’s something she has her students do, and it’s powerful!

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Episode 002: Strengthening Today’s Youth: Echoing Captain Moroni’s Plea for Provisions

Are you the parent or religious leader of a teenager? If so, this episode is for you!
In this episode, I am discussing my passion for advocating that parents and leaders help children and teens utilize resources and tools that may help them overcome many of the unique challenges they face today. Did you know that Captain Moroni in the Book of Mormon was also passionate about tools and resources? Yep! He demanded them, as he knew they were a key to the success of his people. He called them provisions!

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