Alejandra Crisafulli: Healing the Relationship with Self

Today, on the Scheer Madness Podcast, Rachel is joined by Alejandra Crisafulli, an award winning Master Coach and Global Speaker. With over 20 years of experience in coaching, training and development, Alejandra is considered one of the “pioneers” of the coaching industry. She has worked with over 2,000 coaching clients, trained over 300 coaches, guided entrepreneurs to scale into multi 6+ figure and 7+ figure businesses.

Alejandra first dives deep into the importance of the relationship with oneself and how that dictates the lens one sees through. Alejandra then goes on to talk about the importance of Taking Ownership, and understanding that Healing is a process, not a destination. 

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  • 0:00 Introduction
  • 2:52 The Importance of the Relationship with the Self
  • 6:20 Alejandra’s Thoughts on “Ego”
  • 8:57 What it means to “Detach Meanings”
  • 15:31 The “True, Authentic Self”
  • 19:17 How to Take More Ownership
  • 30:21 Why Healing is a Lifelong Process, Not a Destination…
  • 35:47 The Importance of Self Love
  • 44:23 How Can Coaches Help their Clients Take More Ownership
  • 50:09 Stay Tuned for Alejandra’s Life Coaching Certification
  • 50:28 How to Connect with Alejandra
  • 51:01 Outro

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