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The Aisling And Richie podcast

Focus on staying in your lane and avoid the comparison trap

Aisling FitzGibbon

 Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

On today’s Episode 15 “Focus on staying in your own lane without the comparison trap”

The main highlights from today’s episode are:

  • Concentrate on where you are in your journey.

  • Understand that everyone is at different stages in their journey - levels of skills, levels of networking, levels of support through your community and team.

  • When you fall into the comparison trap (we all do with social media) by looking at others and thinking I should be doing XYZ. This feeds into doubt, insecurity and robs you off your creative power.

  • Stay focused on developing yourself and mastering what is in front of you. Appreciate where you are now. Trust in the greater opportunities that are available to you in the right timing.

  • Take inspired action and following through on what matters to you.

  • Stay inspired by people you follow but always know that you are on your own unique journey and need to keep focused on mastering YOU.

What is your biggest insight from today’s episode? What action can you put in place right away? Share in the comments below!

Cultivating a Growth Mindset

Aisling FitzGibbon

 Photo credit: Pawel Nowak 

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak 

Podcast intro music from Richie Ros's song Strange Mentality. 

On today's episode we discuss how we cultivate a growth mindset. The top 3 principles include:

1) Accepting where you are with clarity and gratitude. This is a tricky one for high achievers as we always want to be further ahead than where we are now. We must understand that in order to get to the place where you want to get to, you have to accept where you are now. You must master the level you are on before you can reach the next level. Life is similiar to a computer game like Super Mario (remember him and his cool gold coins?).

In order to reach the next level in your life you have to learn and master your lessons through practice and failure. "Master the moment" is a daily mantra that really helps to embed this understanding. 

2) Exercise, as a healthy body is a healthy mind. Richie and Aisling share their current exercise practice. We both agree that movement is essential for cultivating our growth mindset. Stagnant energy in your body can lead to very low vibe thinking and decision making. It's either the upward cycle of positive energy and empowerment or the downward spiral into low energy and disempowerment 

3) A daily practice that promotes a growth mindset is a morning routine and scheduling your top 3 priorities in your calendar. A 20 minute meditation in the morning to start the day and either night before or the morning schedule your top 3 priorities for the day. Focus your time, energy and commitment on getting your top 3 priorities done instead of trying to cram in everything and respond to all the urgent tasks that are never ending. You must access what is important so you can focus on the things that will move your life forward as opposed to spinning in all directions and not really getting the results that you want. 

Richie and I have committed to 30 days of daily meditation and scheduling top 3 priorities daily. We will report back next week on how this is going and what we learn from this challenge. 

We'd love to hear from you, what is your biggest insight from this week's episode? Share in the comments below. 

Admit it, you hate your "Poor Me" trap

Aisling FitzGibbon

 Photo credit: Pawel Nowak 

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak 

Today's episode is part 2 of the "Poor Me" trap series. We discuss the different ways that the poor me trap can show up in your life, for example "I should be further ahead in my life". 

You can easily fall into this trap when you don't connect to your higher vision. The poor me trap drains your energy and creates a self fulfilling prophecy that you keep feeding and others in your life buy into the story you keep on repeat. 

The poor me trap can show up in health, relationships, business/career and life purpose. It can show up in procrastinating behaviours around the things that will help you. 

What can you do when you are stuck in your "Poor Me" trap? 

Number 1 is to recognise your "poor me" trap either coming from yourself or from others in your life. 

Number 2 is to take action to change this story and write a new empowering script. 

Starting where you are, write down how far you have come since you were 10 years of age, all the many milestones and achievements to date. Fully realise how far you have come. Celebrate yourself. Now write down all the great things in your life that uplift you, the people, job, opportunities. Whatever is great right now, write it down and take it in. 

Use your past as inspiration to create your future vision in the present moment. 

Create a new script of an empowered life where you live your full expression. 

Your attitude shapes your life and the choice is yours. 

Over to you, what action are you going to take to write your new script? Let us know in the comments below!

Want further support? You are welcome to join me in Energy is Your Currency Membership where I guide you to take consistent action to craft your empowered life. Click here to join

 

How your Poor Me Trap can keep you stuck

Aisling FitzGibbon

 Photo credit: Pawel Nowak 

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak 

Podcast Intro music from Richie's song Strange Mentality. 

On today's episode we discuss part One of the "Poor Me Trap" Series.

Richie shares his story of growing up in childcare from the age of 4 - 14 years old. The poor me trap is your victim story that can keep you trapped in your past experience or current challenges you are navigating. 

How can you identify your poor me trap? Your story from traumatic past experiences or current challenges that keep you stuck from living the life you want to lead. 

Richie always thought he didn't have a chance. His poor me trap made him feel that his future was going to be a disaster. How did Richie turn this around? Richie shares with us how he overcame his poor me trap and the glimpse of light that changed the course of his life. 

Richie shares how you must go with how life is unfolding. There is a certain destiny to your life but you can do specific things to change the course of your life. The power is in your hands. 

Richie calls Aisling out on the poor me trap she keep falling into since Martha passed away in May. Aisling shares exactly what the poor me trap looks like for her and what she does to turn it around. 

Can you identify your poor me trap? We would love to hear from you what does your poor me trap look and feel like and what action step can you do to turn this around? 

How you do anything is how you do everything

Aisling FitzGibbon

 Photo Credit: Pawel Nowak

Photo Credit: Pawel Nowak

Podcast Intro music from Richie's song Strange Mentality. 

On today's episode of The Aisling and Richie Podcast we discuss: 

1) How you do anything is how you do everything - T.Harv Eker - a commonly used approach in the coaching world. 

2) Zipit (Ziplining) in Farran Wood, Cork showed us how you do anything is how you do everything. 

3) We are planning to host a Moving from Fear to Trust Retreat next year where we bring people to the Zipit for their moving from fear to trust activity. 

4)Are you prepared to go on with the situation you are in as it is? 

5) Pick one area of your life to change for the better. Keep it simple. 

6) Next week we are discussing pushing out of your comfort zone. 

7) Take a non-judgmental assessment of your life and see what areas call to be changed. 

Let us know what is the Number One take away from today's episode in the comments below.

Your Beliefs Create Your Reality Part 2

Aisling FitzGibbon

 Photo Credit: Pawel Nowak 

Photo Credit: Pawel Nowak 

Podcast Intro music from Richie's song Strange Mentality. 

The main points discussed in this episode: 

1. The reality of surrounding yourself with negative people that can take away your focus. 

2. When you are on an evolutionary journey you need support to navigate the changes you are going through. 

3. Discovering your unique expression. 

4. Tools to clear your old reality, dissolving those old beliefs to allow your true essence to be expressed. 

5. Honouring your process and staying committed to your growth. 

6. Keeping your energy open and expansive so you can keep focusing on what you want to achieve. 

7. If you have a goal you want to pursue surround yourself with people who will encourage you as you navigate the uncertainty of the unknown. 

8. You have something unique to offer the world. Don't be afraid to get out there and shine your bright white light. 

You are welcome to join Energy is Your Currency Membership. My online group coaching programme that is designed to support you as you emerge into your fullest expression. Sign up at this link.

Your beliefs create your reality Part 1

Aisling FitzGibbon

 Photo Credit: Pawel Nowak 

Photo Credit: Pawel Nowak 

Podcast Intro music from Richie's song Strange Mentality. 

Today's episodes discusses how your beliefs create your reality. 

The main points include:

Your beliefs tell you how to direct your life which in turn creates your reality. 

Your beliefs come from the feedback input you get from your environment. 

Sharing your visions with the wrong people can stop you in your tracks and plant seeds of doubt that prevent you from flourishing. 

The power of words and intentions on water, scientific experiments by Dr Masura Emoto. 

How negative input from others in your environment can shape yours beliefs of yourself. 

We are doing the Aisling and Richie Podcast to support others to reach their highest vision. 

You are welcome to join Energy is Your Currency Membership which is designed to help you grow and evolve into your highest visions.

I provide body igniting nutrition, weekly focus, tools, techniques, energy healing, group coaching and a community of like minded/hearted people who are expressing their highest vision. 

Following Your Inspiration

Aisling FitzGibbon

 Photo credit: Pawel Nowak 

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak 

Podcast Intro music from Richie's song Strange Mentality. 

In today's episode we discuss attending the recent concert of Billy Joel in Dublin and how inspired we were by the concert. 

The main points discussed on this podcast:

1. Following your inspiration and acting on it in your own life. 

2. Being surrounded by other people who inspire you daily. 

3. Translating your ideas into reality. 

4. Don't be afraid of failure and start where you are now. 

5. Inspiration addiction, gathering inspiration and not acting on it. 

6. Are you encouraged by the people in your life. 

7. The reason I created Energy is Your Currency Membership. 

8. Creating The Aisling and Richie Podcast to document our process. 

9. Special announcement. 

 

Reframing our Perception

Aisling FitzGibbon

 Photo Credit: Pawel Nowak 

Photo Credit: Pawel Nowak 

Podcast Intro music from Richie's song Strange Mentality. 

In Episode 7 we discuss my experience since my Mum Martha passed away on the 10th May. 

Key Points we covered in this episode:

1. The power of reframing our perception.

2. Embodying Martha's legacy; "Simplicity is the key to success". 

3. Internalising the essence of Martha into my life. 

4. Navigating my biggest life defining experience. 

5. The fear of separation and a new journey of moving from fear to trust. 

6. Energy is Your Currency Membership which I started with Martha as my Mentor and now I am discovering my voice without Martha's physical presence. 

Podcast intro music by Richie Ros from his song "Strange Mentality"

 

Aisling's Biggest Fear

Aisling FitzGibbon

 Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Podcast Intro music from Richie's song Strange Mentality. 

In this episode Aisling and Richie discuss Aisling Mum's health challenge that has landed her in Intensive care the past 7 weeks. 

Aisling talks about what the health challenge is and steps she is taking to be empowered in this journey of navigating her biggest fear. 

Aisling is very determined to continue doing the work that her Mum has helped her with over the years and continue on building the foundation that has taken 7 years to create. 

If you would like support with your health journey, there are spaces available in Aisling's 1:1 Holistic Nutrition Coaching Programme. To find out if this is the right fit apply for a Clarity Call. 

Why I set up "Energy Is Your Currency" membership

Aisling FitzGibbon

Change is a journey that requires support, tools and techniques to maintain long term. Will power only last so long, what determines sustainable success is having the space to introduce small steps that lead to profound change. You are literally rewiring your neural pathways and nervous system to accept what is outside of your comfort zone.

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Our Journey To Follow Our Dreams

Aisling FitzGibbon

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Podcast Intro music from Richie's song Strange Mentality. 

In this week's episode we decided to share with you all our own personal journeys that has led us to where we are today!

Key Points Discussed in this Week's Episode 

1. Aisling tells her own personal story that has led her to follow a career in Holistic Nutrition 

2. We discuss how to make change occur in the world 

3. Richie tells his own personal story that has led him to follow a career as a musician

4. The importance of seeking out the right people to help you on your journey 

5. How to deal with failure

"I Hope I Screw This Up"

Aisling FitzGibbon

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The Aisling & Richie Podcast Episode 3

In this weeks episode we discuss a book that I'm currently reading called "I Hope I Screw This Up" by Kyle Cease. It's a real eye opening book that I would highly recommend reading.

Key Points Discussed on this week's Podcast

1. Why we are doing this podcast :)

2. Why its important to just begin with the process

3. The importance of connecting with the right people

4. Learning from your mistakes (Conor McGregor)

5. "I hope I screw this up" what this actually means

6. How does fear close you down inturn restricting your growth

 

Don't Fear Failure

Aisling FitzGibbon

 Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Photo credit: Pawel Nowak

Podcast Intro music from Richie's song Strange Mentality. 

We discuss how we have struggled with recording this latest episode 2 of our podcast show. 

Taking the first steps with anything you do in life are always the hardest. This is because you are entering into the unknown. This will bring up a lot of fears and uncertainty as well as doubt and excuses as to why you shouldn't do it. In this episode we discuss why you should feel that fear and just do it anyway.

Key Points Discussed on this week's Podcast

1. How failure teaches us valuable lessons

2. Accepting failure as a natural process of learning

3. The value to sharing your journey with others

4. Aisling attending the Pendulum Summit in Dublin

5. Living in the moment and how this will shape your future 

6.How to take the first steps and Stop procrastinating.