43 - Coming Home to Your True Self

Be You Podcast

Mar 18 2021 • 25 mins


As I was contemplating this episode and deciding on the topic of discussion, it was given to me. We already know about triggers and our inner child and looking inward. We know about all of that. But why are we doing this? Why are we going through coaching and personal development? We don’t need to be improved.

We talk a lot about excavating the true self here on the Be You Podcast. That’s the real work we’re doing. Because typical coaching is an attempt to improve the false self. That self isn’t really us and we wind up on a hamster wheel. It’s like putting whipped cream on shit and in the end, we’ve learned nothing about our true selves.

So in this episode, we’re putting it all together. We’re taking every experience, good and bad, and learning the lesson and coming home.

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The Be You Podcast by coach and spirituality and wellness enthusiast Jill Herman is all about women helping women to unbecome everything they thought they had to be and unapologetically embracing their trust self. Jill covers topics like healing, parenting, self love, women helping women, spirituality and much more.

Through the Be You podcast and her work with the Be You Collective, Jill makes the challenging process of healing approachable, especially when it comes to parenting and self love. She draws on her personal parenting experiences, her own healing journey, and wisdom from coaches and thought leaders like Glennon Doyle, Lisa Bilyeu, Luke Storey, Christine Hasler, and more.

Whether you’re looking for parenting advice, a community of women helping women, or you’re on your own healing journey, the Be You Podcast is for you.

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Glennon Doyle on being yourself: “Every girl must decide whether to be true to herself or true to the world.” - Glennon Doyle

Glennon Doyle on women helping women: “People who need help sometimes look a lot like people who don’t need help.” - Glennon Doyle

Glennon Doyle on healing: “What if pain - like love - is just a place brave people visit?” - Glennon Doyle

Lisa Bilyeu on women helping women: “Cheer for your girls like you got pom-poms at a pep rally.” - Lisa Bilyeu

Lisa Bilyeu on healing: “If you’re still looking for that one person who will change your life, take a look in the mirror.” - Lisa Bileyu

Lisa Bilyeu on women helping women: “Choose your life’s board members like you’re building a Fortune 500 company.” - Lisa Bilyeu

Tucker Max on being yourself: “If people try to judge you or shame you for doing safe, consensual things that make you happy, I can guarantee you they're bad people.” - Tucker Max

Tucker Max on healing: “Pretending to be something you aren't because you're trying to please a bunch of judgmental hypocrites and shitheads is not the way to be happy. Living the life you want to live is.” - Tucker Max

Tucker Max on healing: “Men will treat you the way you let them. You get what you demand from people.” - Tucker Max

Luke Storey on healing: “Within self honesty and self awareness is a modicum of humility and that's all you really need to affect change." - Luke Storey

Luke Storey on healing: “The foundation to your healing is to not be committed to your lies.” - Luke Storey

Christine Hasler on healing: “Know that the qualities you admire in others are the qualities you need to recognize and nurture inside yourself.” - Christine Hasler

Christine Hasler on parenting: “People come in and out of our lives to share them with us, contribute, support us, and teach us, but they never complete us.” - Christine Hasler


Christine Hasler on healing: “It is in the most undesirable of external circumstances that we discover internal qualities like courage, faith, compassion, inspiration, acceptance, and love.” - Christine Hasler