Elizabeth Barry taps into the potential of her listeners as she shares three powerful stories of conviction and overcoming fear to speak to three people that she wanted to engage with in her life: Matt Dillon, Adrian Grenier, and Skye Dyer. Listen in if you’re feeling stuck behind
Back when she was 23 years old, Elizabeth Barry was bullied at work by her female boss, who empowered her then became jealous of her success. She became a wolf behind closed doors. Today, as a coach, a women’s empowerment author, and a leader, Elizabeth rises to stand for
This episode reveals the positive messages and the readers’ journey as they enter Elizabeth Barry’s new book, Design Your Mind To Be Kind, featuring the three habits of effective communicators: catch yourself, fly above, and speak your truth. She also talks about six personalities to embody your highest self:
Boundary setting is an important part of our lives, but how do we actively and tactically put it into place? We hear it often, set a boundary, but how? What do we do to make sure it stays in place? Can boundary setting include saying “yes” more, too?
Life begins where ego ends. In this episode, host Elizabeth Barry, talks about the idea of going beyond the ego. Referencing Dr. Seuss’ book called On Beyond Zebra!, she shares how she was inspired to create her podcast, BeyondEgo, and deliver some wonderful insights to the world. She also
Elizabeth Barry was interviewed by Christopher Kai on The Sifters Podcast and she was asked about how her kindness innovation is changing the world and how it affects the stories that people tell themselves as well as how it affects her story of business investing in the topic of kind
Elizabeth Barry has been a women’s empowerment advocate for almost two decades. She’s inspired so many women and men throughout the years and now that she’s a published author with 4 new books for 2020 and 2021, she looks back at the first ebook she wrote. Elizabeth was a trailblazer
While authoring my new book, Design Your Mind to be Kind, at the age of 41, I am proud to continue working on several communication patterns in my life and career, not to mention, on top of that now- healing from a broken heart and mending my body from a
My work is based on kindness and many corporate executives may find it too soft, and others, find this work fascinating to run their offices with less drama and less of a toxic atmosphere. “It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are.” The elephant is a
I call myself the Kind Communicator and a Chief Kindess Officer. I’m an author and performance coach with a specialization in leadership and communication. We can all learn a thing or two about how to communicate with more compassion and empathy which really translates to learning about how someone else
I really don’t think we are pros if we overcome obstacles, I just liked that title to get you reading. Sorry, not sorry… but anyways, let’s keep going now that I have your attention. Facing failure objectively can be one of the most gratifying experiences of your life. The more
I published a new book on March 21st 2020. It’s called Design Your Mind to be Kind. I wrote a letter that readers would pen once they get to the end of the book realizing what I call, “seeing their higher selves appear”. By the end of the book, readers
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