Tina Lifford: self-talk, well-being, and how our thoughts affect our lives

When we think fitness, we tend to jump to workouts and diets, but mental health is a major and important aspect of fitness. Having a healthy relationship with our thoughts and patterns is the most fundamental step to creating a happier and sustainable lifestyle. 

Todays guest, Tina Lifford, is not only a critically acclaimed Hollywood actress from Parenthood and Queen Sugar, but is also the CEO of the Inner-Fitness Project. The Inner-Fitness Project gives people the strategies and tools they need in order to properly self-reflect and create awareness within themselves. 

Join Robin in this fascinating episode to learn more about how to interrupt old thought patterns and exercise your internal choices. 

Show highlights: what you can look forward to in this episode!

  • What a typical day looks like for Tina
  • Maintaining habits when traveling 
  • Incorporating movement into daily life that fits your personal preferences
  • Deepening awareness of your thoughts and how you can challenge your thinking 
  • How to dismantle old beliefs and establish a new way of thinking 
  • The importance of recognizing how thoughts manifest and how to let go of thoughts that are not serving you 
  • Creating awareness for past experiences in order to manage sabotaging cycles 
  • Creating strategies to interrupt old patterns and engage with it in a way that will create healthier patterns 
  • What is an inner-fitness workout and how to practically make change 

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5 thoughts on “Tina Lifford: self-talk, well-being, and how our thoughts affect our lives”

  1. This is great! Both for better and for worse, thoughts becoming beliefs that become a way of life can leave a lasting impact we aren’t even aware of.

  2. getnursingessay

    Obviously, if you eat better, exercise more, get enough sleep, avoid smoking and other drugs, and take precautions against sexually transmitted diseases, you greatly increase your chances of staying healthy. If your thoughts affect your health in these two key areas, then it follows that increasing constructive thinking can improve your health. Thanks, great article!

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