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.
Today we celebrate and wrap up Season 1 of The Change Room by highlighting some of our favourite conversations (and boopers!).
Today in The Change Room we distill one of the most powerful models to be used within the
macro model of I Create the Whole of my Own Reality. It’s the Whole Whole model.
Today in The Change Room we distill one of the most powerful models to be used within the macro model of I Create the Whole of my Own Reality. It’s the Whole Whole model.
Today in The Change Room we are having a big conversation around our new paradigm and framework - I create the whole of my own reality.
Today in The Change Room we dive into such an important distinction between ‘MY’ truth and THE truth. This episode rocks, the first of my favourites.
Today we are looking at Response Ability – that is your ability to choose how you respond to what shows up in front of you.
Today we are looking at the life changing distinction – I Am & I Do. What happens when the things we do, don’t turn out the way we want - and why the key for this distinction is understanding that ‘what you do’ isn't ‘who you are’.
Today we’re dealing with the icky discomfort of the distinction ‘not good enough’. We look at how this distinction impacts our analytical skills and holds us back from producing the most extraordinary results in business, finances and life.
Today we’re unpacking the powerful distinction called context. Through the privilege of mentoring literally thousands of business owners, we see that that it’s not the to do list that holds people back, it is the messy human emotion of feelings that holds people back from their true business and wealth potential.
Today we are following up on the last episode about filters and continue the conversations around feelings and why we must understand that our feelings are not facts.