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Conversations during the call
00:05:24 Kayla Morton: Hi everyone ! I’m listening in as I finish up work. Hope everyone is having a good day so far!
00:05:35 Alex Vucetic: Wishing you the same!
00:06:08 Alex Vucetic: TIRED! and grateful
00:06:09 Natalie Korda: Energized and curious
00:06:22 Jennifer Janes: Frustrated and determined
00:06:26 WB: Abigail Boudreaux: excited & connected
00:06:26 Melody Mokhtarian: frazzled and overwhelmed
00:06:32 Ellen Guthrie: Reflective and determined
00:06:34 Kristin Chasky: Calm and determined
00:07:02 Kayla Morton: Frustrated and hopeful
00:08:33 Melody Mokhtarian: I am sorry, have to take this phone call!
00:08:54 WB: Abigail Boudreaux: all good melody!
00:35:01 Kelley Jabr: LMAO I can totally relate. With the Values module I printed out all the worksheets and felt so guilty when I didn’t actually fill any of them out… But Belma helped me move past that because I HAD done the work, just in different ways without writing it on the sheets.
00:36:31 WB: Abigail Boudreaux: Yes Kelley! Thank you for sharing 🙂 love that you recognized you’d done the work and let go of the ‘perfect’ way to do this
00:38:40 Alex Vucetic: Right, Kelley?! So glad you were able to move past that feeling and grow. And thanks for sharing that — it’s an inspiration to me.
00:38:43 Chris Jabr: Ellen – aren’t you like a marathon runner, or similar? That is something conventionally considered very, uh, “gritty” or “work-hard-y”
00:39:23 Alex Vucetic: I resonate with that so much, ellen
00:39:28 Kelley Jabr: Love it
00:44:43 Kelley Jabr: WHOA
00:45:09 Kelley Jabr: Hahahahaha same
00:45:30 Chris Jabr: I’m gonna use that
00:45:34 Kelley Jabr: Me too
00:45:38 Alex Vucetic: same
00:47:48 Kristin Chasky: Ellen – love that you’re resisting writing a story about being gritty and that you brought this up! I’m trying to achieve my goals without getting burned out or working 14 hour days. I have many “gritty” stories but it turns out that breaking my old habits has been one of the hardest things I’ve ever done.
01:00:26 Chris Jabr: Erin I’m interested to hear more about this challenge and making a strategy
01:00:54 Kelley Jabr: I didn’t even update my LinkedIn until I’d been at my new job for like a month. For some reason it just didn’t feel “real” until I’d been in the new situation for a while, if that makes sense. I agree that it’s ok to not change the dates for a while!
01:00:58 Alex Vucetic: Excited and encouraged
01:01:06 Kelley Jabr: Motivated and inspired
01:01:08 Kristin Chasky: Calm and determined
01:01:16 Ellen Guthrie: Ungritty and proud
01:01:20 Alex Vucetic: YES ELLEN!
01:01:21 Erin Bordelon: supported and internally curious
01:01:24 Jennifer Janes: Connected and still determined
01:01:27 Melody Mokhtarian: Grateful and still frazzled 🙂
01:01:34 Chris Jabr: excited, curious
01:01:40 Kelley Jabr: (Thank y’all so much for this session today and sharing with us! <3)
01:01:42 Daniela Ordonez Delgado: Understood and part of a group
01:01:45 Alex Vucetic: <3
01:01:57 Daniela Ordonez Delgado: I didn’t speak a word haha but sending love to everyone