Have you ever heard someone speak and you’d automatically feel calmness and positivity flood all over your body you spaced out?
This has always been Phi Dang’s effect on me whenever I’d consume her content. I’d immediately feel positivity running in my veins that I couldn’t resist reaching out to talk to her to know how she became so confident, positive, her own boss and a huge bonus was the different directions where our conversation went conquering my fears of rejection in the process.
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I already lost count of how many times I have used this word in this episode because that’s what happened to me most of the time while interviewing her. I spaced out a lot as if I needed not ask her questions and as if I was just listening to a meditation for relaxation audio.
I promised myself that I’d be more honest to myself as I opened myself to connecting with people who inspired me through my podcast and despite the fact that I still am getting used to all of the foreign sensations brought by hosting a podcast.
I bumped into Phi’s work on Instagram and her calming voice, bright smile and positivity has what lead me to her feed where I found more reasons to love life.
Her account is one of those accounts I check everyday for motivation, kindness, personal growth and positivity. I can read her posts and listen to her talk the whole day.
Phi Dang is an intuitive human design life coach known as the ‘Positivity Queen.’ She helps clients all over the world shed past patterns and overcome their negative self talk to be happier and confident. She is known for helping people step into their power, to reclaim it and be more true to their authentic self.
And in this episode we talked about:
-losing her father at a very young age which led her to starting her self-improvement journey and explore her spirituality
-traveling the world solo
-having a corporate job, starting a side hustle and then quitting her job only after 11 months
-how to be confident
-the effects on mental health of Asian families migrating to first world countries
-becoming a life coach to also help others
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-Importance of self-care, health and resting in business
The interview lasted for more than an hour but the positive energy she gave me is still with me, energizing and pushing me to be better.
I hope you enjoy this episode like how we enjoyed recording it.
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