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EP73: Susan Hyatt on Being a Rebel on Purpose

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In this conversation Susan Hyatt and I get into something a lot of 21st century women struggle with: What happens when you want “both”? Meaning a career AND a family. She talks about some of the judgements (personal and external) she’s had to navigate, and we have a deep chat about women’s roles in society and the vulnerability of being provided for.

About Susan Hyatt:

Susan Hyatt is a Master Certified Life Coach whose fierce, fun and fresh approach to personal development has won her thousands of fans on Facebook, glowing praise from icons like Dr. Martha Beck and Maria Shriver, and a sold-out coaching calendar — with many programs selling out in six hours or less.

Her motto? “Life is precious. Go make it delicious.”

As a woman who used life coaching principles to lose thirty-five pounds, upgrade her career, and revitalize her marriage, she’s a coach who truly walks her talk.

By telling her raw, honest stories — in print, online, and on stage — Susan is on a mission to prove that if you crave it? You can create it. Nothing is out of your reach.

Susan has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Woman’s World, Seventeen, and O: The Oprah Magazine, and has appeared on stage in front of live audiences from Seattle to the island of Aruba.

When she’s not coaching, blogging, or lighting up Facebook with her rant of the day, you can find her powering through dead lifts at her local gym or lacing up her sneakers for a 5am run. She lives in the Midwest with her husband Scott, aka the Silver Fox, her punk-rock-feminist daughter and Muay Thai-obsessed son.

Learn more about Susan’s private coaching options, retreats and programs like Clear Coaches, Make a Scene and BARE at: SHyatt.com.

In this episode, Susan shares:

1. What happens when you want “both” – career and family
2. The vulnerability of being provided for
3. Why she let her son flunk high school
4. Differences between therapy and coaching

What You’ll Hear:

5:41 Embracing the many roles of being a woman
11:25 The transition from a professional career to stay-at-home mom and back again
19:39 The differences between therapy and coaching
23:17 Being a rebel parent + the education system
31:42 Challenging women’s expectations of themselves and each other

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Resources:
7 Days of Boldness
The Big Leap
Finding Your Own North Star
Anthony Lemme – Trauma Healing
Why I’m letting my teenager flunk out of high school … if he wants to.
Molly Galbraith Facebook post
Amy Shumer Instagram photo
How To Be #AntiFragile And Build Emotional Strength With Jill Coleman
Elizabeth Gilbert/Brene Brown podcast episode #12

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EP73: Susan Hyatt on Being a Rebel on Purpose
  • Simone Turner

    OMG! Thank you @wildsoulmovement for introducing me to Susan Hyatt via this podcast. That post about letting her kid fail was EVERRRRYTHING for me! Although I do not have kids yet, I love how she approached the situation and definitely agree with allowing child to step up and be responsible for the outcome they seek before they get to full blown adulthood. Great job!