We are in transition from one season to another and one quarter to the next. And as we wrap up our first quarters of the year, it’s time to reflect on what was achieved and what we want to prioritize in our next game plan.
Maybe you want to make wellbeing your Q2 word. Or, if you’re like Dr. Roni, you might want to focus on becoming the First Lady of Leisure and Love. Whatever it is you want to set in motion for Q2, it’s important to consider all the different elements of your game plan.
In today’s episode, we each share a little bit about our Inner Game Plans for the next three months in the hopes that our plans will inspire you to go hard on your own. What do you need to shift your focus to this spring? What have you let fall to the back burner while chasing other ambitions? Your Inner Game Plan will guide that shift, and we can’t wait for you to join us on this journey.
Something many lot of our clients bring up is the desire to be more present, not just with the people they love but spiritually and mentally. The truth is, the body is the only thing that has to be here in this moment; your mind and spirit can wander. To access presence, you need the body.
So how can you become more present in your life through the body? We’re sharing our thoughts on how you can do this, but also the different ways Covid has impacted our ability to get and stay present.
Tune in this week to hear Radiah, Dr. Roni, and Tawana discuss the importance of presence and how you can cultivate more of it through prioritizing your body. So many of us put our bodies on the backburner, and this episode explores why that can be dangerous. The body remembers how you treat it, and the kinder you are, the better your mental and spiritual outcome.
We’re continuing our discussion on resetting this week by focusing on resetting the body. Your body is your vessel; you cannot live the amazing life you want to create without it. So taking care of your vessel needs to be a top priority.
We’re all guilty of putting walls up, especially when it comes to our bodies. We say terrible things to it that result in feelings of guilt and shame. This is no way to honor your vessel. And part of resetting is relearning to love it.
Listen in today as Radiah, Dr. Roni, and Tawana reveal what you can expect from the 7-Day Body Reset this April inside The Inner Game Plan. Honoring your body means not making it wrong or right; it’s about loving it regardless and treating it with honor. You’ll find out how the 7-Day Body Reset will guide you on this journey and why doing it together makes it even more impactful.
We are finally leaving one season behind and entering a new one. And with a new season comes the opportunity to reset, resurge, and recommit. We all have the opportunity to take inventory of our lives and open ourselves up for growth.
Whether you want to reset your relationship with your spouse, your kids, your career, your body, or your inner self, every reset requires a process. You have to take inventory and hold yourself accountable to the life experience you’ve created.
In this episode, Radiah and Dr. Roni share the resets they’ve been working through in preparation for the next season and the steps you can take to also reset your life. Resetting is about resurging better than before and recommitting to your game plan. Learn how resetting can make a difference in how you move into the next season, and how to honor whatever it is you choose to reset.
Last week, we talked about the importance of pleasure and play. We need both in our lives, so why do so many women struggle to make time for it? And it’s not just making time for enjoyment we struggle with; it’s making time to get to know ourselves.
Can you say with confidence that you know what your body needs and desires? If you don’t take time to figure that out, you will continue to dishonor yourself by making other commitments more important.
In today’s episode, Tawana and Dr. Roni explore what it means to build a sovereign self and how to honor that self with your time. It’s a wonderful thing to be ambitious and achieve success, but without taking time for yourself, you’re missing out on creating even more amazing results. Listen in to find out why you keep dropping the ball on yourself, and how to honor yourself in every aspect of your life.
So many of our outlets for play and pleasure have been taken away during the pandemic. And for some, pressures from work and home have been compounded. This loss of play can have tremendous effects on our experience of life.
When you look down at your plate, are you happy with what you see? Have you said yes to things you no longer want, or filled up with too many good things? The loss of play can be just as detrimental as too much of it, so it’s up to you to be conscious of what stays on your plate.
Listen in this week to understand why you might not be enjoying as much play and pleasure these days, and what you can do about it. Sometimes, it’s okay not to want play and pleasure. This episode will teach you how to take inventory of your plate and make conscious decisions to add or remove things with intention.
We are almost one year into this pandemic, and if you’re starting to feel like you’ve had enough, you’re not alone. We don’t know when we can travel or socialize again, which can make us feel all types of ways.
One thing we can do is recommit to the things we want. The choices you make right now will define the quality of life you have in the future. If you’re committed to being fit and fabulous at 50 like Dr. Roni, the decisions you make around food today matter.
In today’s episode, Radiah and Dr. Roni explore some of the effects this pandemic has had on our eating habits and our commitments to ourselves. They share what it’s like to be in resistance instead of commitment, and why both are okay as long as you make the choice. This pandemic is wearing on all of us, but you don’t have to settle for anything less than what you want if you’re willing to commit.
Listeners of this podcast might identify themselves as high-performers; successful, confident, intelligent women. Maybe you’re also a kind, patient leader in your family and in your job.
But no matter your intention for who you want to be, there are always going to be times that test you. Like when your kid is up in arms about doing their homework and you find yourself cussing them out. In those moments, do you still know who you are?
In this episode, Radiah and Dr. Roni pose one of their favorite questions: who are you? They explore the factors that contribute to your being and how you can still choose another game regardless of those factors. Learn how to inquire into what makes you you, how to listen to your body, and why no one gets to tell you who you are but you.
Why is change so scary? Many of us believe that the devil we know is better than the devil we don’t know, but is that true? Really, the devil we know keeps us in denial, getting along, and not in reality.
When we embrace change, we allow ourselves to live. It’s what helps us grow and evolve, starting with accepting where we are. And for many of us, surrendering to our reality is scary.
In this episode, Radiah, Tawana, and Dr. Roni discuss what it means to fear change and if change itself is actually what scares us. Sure we all want to be safe and at peace, but is that how you’d describe your current reality? Listen in to learn how your life can be peaceful and eased, regardless of the change happening in your life.
When you’re an intelligent, educated woman who’s crushing the game, where do romantic partnerships fit in? Does your relationship go at the bottom of your priority list or somewhere near the top?
Romantic partnerships are about so much more than sexual intimacy and raising a family. Marriage can be a gym for your spiritual fitness, an element of your self-care, and even a sign of the quality of life you’re committed to having.
Tune in today to hear Radiah, Tawana, and Dr. Roni explore what romantic relationships mean to them and how to understand what you are creating in yours. Whether you’re single or married, your relationships are an expression of your intention. Learn why we need spiritual partnership, how to attract it, and how to further commit to your quality of life.