Episode 26 – Brain Hacks

Did you know that the word “hack” is derived from the British term “hackneyed”, meaning “overused and thus cheapened, or trite”? And in professional skill communities, like writing, you call someone a “hack” when they aren’t particularly good at what they are trying to do? 

So… if “hack” isn’t meant as a terribly flattering term, why would I devote an entire episode to sharing brain hacks with you? Easy. Because “hack” also means a “strategy to handle or cope with a situation or an assignment adequately and calmly.”

Listen in this week for hacks on handling and coping. Not perfectly. But adequately. Not blissfully. Just calmly. Because that’s all you really need. You’re welcome. 

Mentioned in this Episode

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I’m Candice.

I believe that every wife ought to feel cherished and valued. Appreciated and adored. I know we can make that happen. Even if it seems impossible to you. I’m a Master Certified Life Coach and I spend my days coaching women who are afraid in their marriages. You and I can work together to find a way for you to trust in your own decisions instead of constantly reacting to his. Now’s your time, Bee. How much longer are you willing to wonder and wait?