The Change Room podcast with Suzy Jacobs creates the space for change. It’s the essential conversation to single-handedly transform business and financial reality.
Building a business and creating wealth is challenging and it’s hard to know who to trust. From academic models and scores of bestselling books to well-meaning advisors and seasoned professionals, we suffer business and financial solutions overload.
The Change Room podcast is for the experienced professional, business leader, serial entrepreneur or C-suite executive who is ready to cut through the noise.
Drawing on 30 years of human potential practice, we share the simple framework to build a solid foundation of self-responsibility, choice and a deep sense of trust. Through robust and humorous discussions, and sharing personal experiences, we shine a light on key distinctions and extract their essence to reveal the true source of change.
Join the vivacious and real Suzy Jacobs and regular special guest, Lorna Patten as we expand leadership consciousness and communication together in The Change Room.
In this episode, we discuss and explain why when we are upset, it’s because of something that’s happened in the past and not the present.
It’s time to “stop agreeing with your fear.” Get ready to skill up, add more to your #Thrival kits so you can make better choices at the biggest moments in your life.
Welcome to Season 3 - In this episode, Lorna and I talk about embracing your biggest fear to meet your biggest freedom. We discuss how you can’t know what you do want, if you don’t know what you don’t want and how fear flags show you important stuff and bring you closer to what you want.
In our final episode for Season 2, we help you to remove the biggest barrier to your transformation. It’s the fundamental difference between the people who ‘do’, and the people who ‘don’t’. It is Experience Understanding.
In this episode, we share a powerful tool for transformation - changing beliefs that are holding us back.
Lorna Patten and I discuss uncovering and becoming conscious of those old childhood beliefs and how to change them now.
In this thought-provoking episode, we delve into trust and how the concept of not putting trust in others has transformed my business experience and relationships.
When we accept “I’m okay, loveable, valuable because I am”, there’s nothing to prove and we have the freedom to choose. But with all that choice we encounter a different problem as we try to work out which is the right or wrong choice.
Today in The Change Room we’re joined by the co-creator of Extraordinary Conversations, Lorna Patten, as we distill the distinction “I’m ok, loveable, and valuable.”
We’re talking about the distinction of love it’s the context of love rather than romantic feeling of love.
When we talk fear most of us imagine the big fears in life - fear of dying, public speaking, skydiving, leaving a job to chase a dream, but fear is more insidious and pervasive than that.