Meet Your New Best Friend.

5 Ways You Can Work With Your Future Self to Create Better Results With Greater Ease.

After years of suffering the consequences of working against myself, it slowly dawned on me that I had a future self worthy of consideration and respect.

Cathy Jacob, Sound Insight, Season 2, episode 13

In this episode, Cathy explores the surprising benefits of cultivating a healthy relationship with your future self. Whether you are trying to improve your health and well-being or pursue a life-long dream, thinking of your future self as a friend and ally can produce powerful results.

She shares personal stories of how this simple shift in perspective can result in positive changes in your behavior and offer new insight when you are stuck. Finally, she offers 5 practical strategies she uses with herself and her clients to enhance well-being and deliver better outcomes with greater ease.

You can find an adapted transcript of this episode on her blog, Field Notes.

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    Cathy Jacob

    I'm Cathy Jacob. I am a writer, coach and co-founder of Fire Inside Leadership. After two decades of coaching leaders on how to inspire while navigating the challenges of demanding careers and lives, I’ve created this site to share the best of what I’ve learned from my courageous clients and leaders in the fields of psychology, leadership, philosophy and neuroscience on what it takes to live an inspired life.

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