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In Personal (R)evolution, best-selling author and life coach Allison Task helps you take control of your life. This FREE 3-month podcast course along with bonus episodes every Thursday will help you create a clear vision for what you want out of life, remove the blocks that are holding you back, and develop a detailed action plan that will take you from where you are to where you want to be. You can find the course anywhere you listen to podcasts, but make sure to subscribe to Personal (R)evolution Premium on the Himalaya app to get a personal workbook, exclusive content, and access to a community of other change-makers working toward their goals with positivity, possibility, and momentum. If you're ready to go after a better life, you are ready for Personal (R)evolution. Download the Himalaya app, search Personal Revolution, and use promo code REVOLUTION at check out for your first month, free!

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Latest Episodes

Bonus Episode 23: My Morning Routine

EThis podcast is a listener request, where I answer: What is your morning routine? I share when and how I wake up, how I handle anxiety and nervous thoughts, prepare myself for the day ahead, and -- how I set myself up for success the night before.

8 min11 h ago
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Bonus Episode 23: My Morning Routine

Bonus Episode 22: The Felt Sense

EIn this podcast, I'll review the concept of "The Felt Sense", coined by Eugene Gendlin. It's the physical sensation we experience when we have a body response to an event. I review the felt sense as it relates to external and internal events, and share ideas for how to access / tune in to your felt sense.

11 min1 w ago
Comments
Bonus Episode 22: The Felt Sense

Bonus Episode 21: How to Determine Your Ikigai. (Your Reason For Being)

EHeavy stuff! In this episode you're going to get closer to understanding your reason for being? That's right. I'm nothing if not ambitious. In this bonus episode I explore the Japanese idea of Ikigai, iki (to leave) and gai (reason). I will use this Japanese philosophy to ask 4 keystone questions that help you gain clarity on your values, passions, gifts and possibilities. It's all very heady until you're pierced by the right questionand start to get more clear. And more often than not, you've known it all along.

10 min2 w ago
Comments
Bonus Episode 21: How to Determine Your Ikigai. (Your Reason For Being)

Bonus Episode 20: Co-create The Job You Want

EIn this episode I share one keyinsight that is recurring with several of my clients. Right now, at this bizarro time in our world history, more clients than ever are finding the right job by co-creating their job with a potential employer. Successful job finders in my coaching practice are searching deep, determining what they have to offer and what they want to do, and co-creating a their next employer is listening, and collaborating from the start. What's better than that? Let's explore the idea of professional interdependenceand how important that is to a successful job find.

9 min3 w ago
Comments
Bonus Episode 20: Co-create The Job You Want

Bonus Episode 19: Deep Gratitude: Walk A Mile In Your Shoes

EMy husband and I are swapping responsibilities this year. He is taking over a majority of our home and child care (which is no small thing during a pandemic), while I'm taking over earning for the year. It's powerful; I'm filled with gratitude for what he's doing, because I'm intimately aware of how hard it is. In this episode, I'll help you take a moment to contemplate the people in your life who take great care to make yourlife what it is -- people who love you in their actions that you might not be awareof. And last, we'll visit a twenty year younger version of yourself, share a preview of the life you'll build together, and engage in some deep self-gratitude.

13 minSEP 2
Comments
Bonus Episode 19: Deep Gratitude: Walk A Mile In Your Shoes

Bonus Episode 18: Structure Yields To Creativity

ENow that so many of us are working from home for the forseeable, many of my clients are having a hard time managing their time effectively. I believe that a strong structure gives my clients the ultimate gift: more freedom. Yes, if you commit to the structure, you'll get your work done and have the freedom to do whatever else you like. And with that freedom, you have the white space needed to develop creativity. My clients are often looking for ways to enhance creativity, so that they can engage in better problem solving. Structure yields to freedom which ultimately yields to creativity. In this episode I share some methods for creating a structure, including the pomodoro method.

8 minAUG 26
Comments
Bonus Episode 18: Structure Yields To Creativity

Bonus Episode 17: Perfection Is A Trap

EIn this episode, I share my thoughts on perfection (spoiler alert: it's a fraud!). For me, perfection as the thief of creativity, joy and ease. I was in danger of going downthe perfection trap for most of my life until...well listen to the episode and you'll hear how I took a detour. Now I'm a believer in the 80/20 rule, "bend but don't break", and think that the best way to travel is without a plan. By yielding to the uncertain (whenever we can) we allow for more discovery, more serendipity, more no-expectation living.

15 minAUG 19
Comments
Bonus Episode 17: Perfection Is A Trap

Bonus Episode 16: Pandemic Purpose: Prune The Tree, Drop The Rock

EAs I embrace the idea of another year of the pandemic, I'm ready to level up, and invite in even more change.The thing about doing a hard thing is that you now know you can doit. I inviteyou to takecontrol in this ambiguity and consider a life change that you can initiate (in addition to the changes you have to make). You know there are thingsyou've been tolerating. Use the upheaval of the pandemic to make the changes you have been wanting to make in your own life. Drop the rock, prune the tree, take this opportunity to intentionally change your story.

12 minAUG 13
Comments
Bonus Episode 16: Pandemic Purpose: Prune The Tree, Drop The Rock

Bonus Episode 15: Seven Ideas for Coping With Uncertainty

EBased on this article from the Greater Good Science Center, I review seven methods for managing our minds as we enter month 6 of pandemic precautions. Also, I take a few moments to review (and reject) a recent non-apology from an enneagram expert.

18 minAUG 6
Comments
Bonus Episode 15: Seven Ideas for Coping With Uncertainty

Bonus Episode 14: Control and Mastery In A Time of Ambiguity

In this bonus episode, I'llexplore two coaching concepts: control and mastery. While we are in a global pandemic, and so much seems out of your control, it's vital tofocus on that which you cancontrol. Have a listen, I'll show you how. Also, I'll take a deeper dive into the concept of mastery, and share tools that you can use to achieve mastery in an area that is of value to you. Pursuing astery puts you in flow state and leaves you with a powerful sense of competence and accomplishment.

10 minJUL 30
Comments
Bonus Episode 14: Control and Mastery In A Time of Ambiguity

Latest Episodes

Bonus Episode 23: My Morning Routine

EThis podcast is a listener request, where I answer: What is your morning routine? I share when and how I wake up, how I handle anxiety and nervous thoughts, prepare myself for the day ahead, and -- how I set myself up for success the night before.

8 min11 h ago
Comments
Bonus Episode 23: My Morning Routine

Bonus Episode 22: The Felt Sense

EIn this podcast, I'll review the concept of "The Felt Sense", coined by Eugene Gendlin. It's the physical sensation we experience when we have a body response to an event. I review the felt sense as it relates to external and internal events, and share ideas for how to access / tune in to your felt sense.

11 min1 w ago
Comments
Bonus Episode 22: The Felt Sense

Bonus Episode 21: How to Determine Your Ikigai. (Your Reason For Being)

EHeavy stuff! In this episode you're going to get closer to understanding your reason for being? That's right. I'm nothing if not ambitious. In this bonus episode I explore the Japanese idea of Ikigai, iki (to leave) and gai (reason). I will use this Japanese philosophy to ask 4 keystone questions that help you gain clarity on your values, passions, gifts and possibilities. It's all very heady until you're pierced by the right questionand start to get more clear. And more often than not, you've known it all along.

10 min2 w ago
Comments
Bonus Episode 21: How to Determine Your Ikigai. (Your Reason For Being)

Bonus Episode 20: Co-create The Job You Want

EIn this episode I share one keyinsight that is recurring with several of my clients. Right now, at this bizarro time in our world history, more clients than ever are finding the right job by co-creating their job with a potential employer. Successful job finders in my coaching practice are searching deep, determining what they have to offer and what they want to do, and co-creating a their next employer is listening, and collaborating from the start. What's better than that? Let's explore the idea of professional interdependenceand how important that is to a successful job find.

9 min3 w ago
Comments
Bonus Episode 20: Co-create The Job You Want

Bonus Episode 19: Deep Gratitude: Walk A Mile In Your Shoes

EMy husband and I are swapping responsibilities this year. He is taking over a majority of our home and child care (which is no small thing during a pandemic), while I'm taking over earning for the year. It's powerful; I'm filled with gratitude for what he's doing, because I'm intimately aware of how hard it is. In this episode, I'll help you take a moment to contemplate the people in your life who take great care to make yourlife what it is -- people who love you in their actions that you might not be awareof. And last, we'll visit a twenty year younger version of yourself, share a preview of the life you'll build together, and engage in some deep self-gratitude.

13 minSEP 2
Comments
Bonus Episode 19: Deep Gratitude: Walk A Mile In Your Shoes

Bonus Episode 18: Structure Yields To Creativity

ENow that so many of us are working from home for the forseeable, many of my clients are having a hard time managing their time effectively. I believe that a strong structure gives my clients the ultimate gift: more freedom. Yes, if you commit to the structure, you'll get your work done and have the freedom to do whatever else you like. And with that freedom, you have the white space needed to develop creativity. My clients are often looking for ways to enhance creativity, so that they can engage in better problem solving. Structure yields to freedom which ultimately yields to creativity. In this episode I share some methods for creating a structure, including the pomodoro method.

8 minAUG 26
Comments
Bonus Episode 18: Structure Yields To Creativity

Bonus Episode 17: Perfection Is A Trap

EIn this episode, I share my thoughts on perfection (spoiler alert: it's a fraud!). For me, perfection as the thief of creativity, joy and ease. I was in danger of going downthe perfection trap for most of my life until...well listen to the episode and you'll hear how I took a detour. Now I'm a believer in the 80/20 rule, "bend but don't break", and think that the best way to travel is without a plan. By yielding to the uncertain (whenever we can) we allow for more discovery, more serendipity, more no-expectation living.

15 minAUG 19
Comments
Bonus Episode 17: Perfection Is A Trap

Bonus Episode 16: Pandemic Purpose: Prune The Tree, Drop The Rock

EAs I embrace the idea of another year of the pandemic, I'm ready to level up, and invite in even more change.The thing about doing a hard thing is that you now know you can doit. I inviteyou to takecontrol in this ambiguity and consider a life change that you can initiate (in addition to the changes you have to make). You know there are thingsyou've been tolerating. Use the upheaval of the pandemic to make the changes you have been wanting to make in your own life. Drop the rock, prune the tree, take this opportunity to intentionally change your story.

12 minAUG 13
Comments
Bonus Episode 16: Pandemic Purpose: Prune The Tree, Drop The Rock

Bonus Episode 15: Seven Ideas for Coping With Uncertainty

EBased on this article from the Greater Good Science Center, I review seven methods for managing our minds as we enter month 6 of pandemic precautions. Also, I take a few moments to review (and reject) a recent non-apology from an enneagram expert.

18 minAUG 6
Comments
Bonus Episode 15: Seven Ideas for Coping With Uncertainty

Bonus Episode 14: Control and Mastery In A Time of Ambiguity

In this bonus episode, I'llexplore two coaching concepts: control and mastery. While we are in a global pandemic, and so much seems out of your control, it's vital tofocus on that which you cancontrol. Have a listen, I'll show you how. Also, I'll take a deeper dive into the concept of mastery, and share tools that you can use to achieve mastery in an area that is of value to you. Pursuing astery puts you in flow state and leaves you with a powerful sense of competence and accomplishment.

10 minJUL 30
Comments
Bonus Episode 14: Control and Mastery In A Time of Ambiguity

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