Things I’d Never Say Podcast

Ever think something you’d only say in, like, a dark cave at the bottom of the ocean with, like, only one of those weird fish with the bobblehead light on top of their head beside you? Me too.

I believe there are two sides to us human beans:

One is ENLIGHTENED, bright, calm, peaceful, loving, at ease, deeply intuitive, connected and even masterful–in any given situation.

The other is BAT S–T crazy. Wink-smile. This is the side of us that can sway from elation to despair, jealousy to swagger, the depths of down-low to the free-fall of highest highs. The side of us that feels stuck, insecure, unsure and…”WTF, man?”

I’ve spent years cultivating the enlightened side. I lurv living from this place inside. Things are easier. Grace happens. Magic. And results: in my personal life and my business.

But it has meant that the other side of me got compartmentalized–tucked away in a little compartment in my heart, only to be tended to occasionally. Stepping up on stage as a stand up comic was my first bold move towards giving this oh-so-human side of me more air time. The Things I’d Never Say podcast is my next one.

Why would you do that, Lindsey? Doesn’t it put your business and your professional and personal reputation at risk?

Perhaps.

But what will people think?

They might judge me. Might think I’m too human to do what I do, be a coach, be a guide in people’s lives.

They might think “This woman couldn’t guide a pot of potatoes!”

Or–they might love it. Be inspired. Be touched. Be reassured that their own human-ness is absolutely okay. I’m human. You’re human. It’s okay.

F Fear.

I lived enough years in its shadow.

No more.

So, without further fanfare, please allow me to introduce my bat s–t crazy side.

A NOTE
Three weeks after my daughter was born, the small part inside me that still felt like me knew enough to drive a stake into the heart of the storm and give myself an anchor. I started recording Things I’d Never Say where I chronicled my falling down, heaving back up, descent into my own post partum depression and anxiety, and eventual rise back up.

Now the Things I’d Never Say podcast has evolved. She’s opened her arms and been honored by incredible women, powerful women, wonder women, who share their own Things They’ve Never Said. And boy, are they showing up. I am in awe if what these women are sharing and how fiercely they are fully being all of themselves.

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Things I’d Never Say is launching January 2019. It’s gonna be everywhere. iTunes, Stitcher, Overcast, Podcast Addict, PocketCast, Castbox, Castro, Spotify and more. And it’s gonna be inspiring, jaw dropping, and very very honest.

I hope you’ll join us.

The first four episodes are available now. There’s more to come–juicy interviews with inspiring, honest, bold and courageous women saying things they’d never say–January 2019.

To get those episodes as soon as they launch, sign up here.

Episode 1: Things I’d Never Say
Length: 27:24

Episode 2: I am Not an Expert
Length: 19:32

Episode 3: What Did I Say in That Text?
Length: 10:53

Episode 4: Our Sex Life is Off the Charts
Length: 17:55

SIGN UP TO GET ACCESS TO THE ENTIRE PODCAST
The first four episodes are available now. There’s more to come–juicy interviews with inspiring, honest, bold and courageous women saying things they’d never say–January 2019.

To get those episodes as soon as they launch, sign up here.

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