Embrace all the parts of yourself by accepting your sensitivity. The Badassery Podcast chats with Nicole Isler, The Happy Place for Highly Sensitive People. Give yourself permission to explore all your feelings without apologies. Discover new things about the you by fully diving into your uniqueness.
About Our Guest
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Like you, HSP Expert and founder of The Happy Place for Highly Sensitive People Nicole Isler has seen the word sensitive defined numerous ways over the years. Is it a flaw? Something to fix? Can someone be “too sensitive”? Or, is there a different story?
With over two decades of training, coaching, speaking, and most importantly, real-life, in-the-trenches HSP experience, her view is radically different. Nicole appreciates, and shares with her audience, that sensitivity is a gift to be honored and celebrated.
Unlike many coaches, Nicole shows you how to use emotions as intuitive signals, an internal guidance system vs. fighting them off, showing them who’s boss or powering through them. This dissolves the limiting mindset that you are not in control, bulldozed by your emotions and instills the higher serving belief that you are a master of emotions, well equipped and trained for life’s twists and turns.
Sometimes referred to as the “Energy Alchemist” for her ability to transform what feels like a negative memory into empowering wisdom, Nicole calls forward the best in people, their essence, to rise up and shine. Her fusion of real-life stories and conversational techniques connect with her clients at an intimate, intense and individual level.
“The work I do is very personal. I walk with my clients through experiences that are not always pleasant so they don’t have to go it alone. Together we find the hidden treasure that gives their experience new meaning. I’m honored when a client opens their vulnerable heart to me. I never take that for granted. And I love that my clients call me friend.” – Nicole M. Isler
Nicole’s practice is built on the philosophy that living in your happy place as a HSP stems from personal power, being true to yourself, not based on other’s opinions or society’s misconception of sensitive. She firmly believes living in your happy place is possible for every HSP, every day. It’s how we should all live our life.
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