How To Stop Overperforming, Overdrinking And Underliving
Ambitious and capable women can easily fall into the trap of overperforming, overthinking, overcommitting and underliving.
We prioritize other people’s needs and priorities and end up living a life someone else has designed and dictated, instead of saying yes to ourselves and the things we want to do, be, and say.
Overperforming can lead to resentment, irritation, exhaustion, feeling unfulfilled and wanting to check out with alcohol at the end of the day.
My guest today is here to share how you can stop overperforming and underliving. She’ll help you evaluate what’s working in your life, what’s not and what’s driving your decisions.
Tiffany Han is a coach, writer, and podcast host who is on a mission to teach super achievers how to put their striving on a shelf & radically infuse their lives with delight, serendipity, and deep trust in themselves for lives that feel as good on the inside as they look on the outside.
In this episode, we discuss:
- Why the old paradigm of how to approach our lives isn’t cutting it anymore
How overperforming is tied to overdrinking
- Practical ways to change unconscious or subconscious beliefs around productivity and value
- Why to stop procrastinating the good stuff (delight, joy, pleasure, play!)
- How your anxiety serves others
- The importance of knowing your core values & priorities
- How to shift from a life that looks good on paper to one that lights you up from the inside-out
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Resources Mentioned in this Episode
Tiffany’s one year sober episode – Ep 175: Reflections on a Year of Sobriety (WHOA. And yay!)
More about Tiffany Han
Tiffany Han teaches ambitious and capable women how to raise their hands and say yes to the lives they want for themselves—and all the things they want to do, be, and say—instead of over-performing for the sake of the life that somebody else dictates for them.
She’s the host of the podcast, The Tiffany Han Show. It’s now in its seventh year with over 1.8 million downloads!
Tiffany quit drinking back in 2017.
Learn more about Tiffany and how she can support you, head over to www.tiffanyhan.com
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ABOUT THE HELLO SOMEDAY PODCAST
The Hello Someday Podcast helps busy and successful women build a life they love without alcohol. Host Casey McGuire Davidson, a certified life coach and creator of The Sober Girl’s Guide to Quitting Drinking, brings together her experience of quitting drinking while navigating work and motherhood, along with the voices of experts in personal development, self-care, addiction and recovery and self-improvement.
Whether you know you want to stop drinking and live an alcohol free life, are sober curious, or are in recovery this podcast is for you.
In each episode Casey will share the tried and true secrets of how to drink less and live more.
Learn how to let go of alcohol as a coping mechanism, how to shift your mindset about sobriety and change your drinking habits, how to create healthy routines to cope with anxiety, people pleasing and perfectionism, the importance of self-care in early sobriety, and why you don’t need to be an alcoholic to live an alcohol free life.
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