A Lesson In Receiving with Kim Kuhteubl

March 25, 2020

A Lesson In Receiving with Kim Kuhteubl

When her grandmother and her small dog died within months of each other, author Kim Kuhteubl was forced to learn about receiving in an unexpected way. In this deeply personal episode, you’ll learn about why women struggle with receiving and conflict, how women’s brains are structurally wired to explain these differences and why a practice of receive is essential to writing your narrative of “self-love”.

When her grandmother and her small dog died within months of each other, author Kim Kuhteubl was forced to learn about receiving in an unexpected way. In this deeply personal episode, you’ll learn about why women struggle with receiving and conflict, how women’s brains are structurally wired to explain these differences and why a practice of receive is essential to writing your narrative of “self-love”.

a-voice-lesson-on-Receiving-with-Kim-Kuhteubl.Kim Kuhteubl is an award-winning producer, author, and entrepreneur. She produced hundreds of hours of episodic and lifestyle digital content and in 2011, founded her company MeByDesign. Her first book Branding + Interior Design, a marketing, branding and visibility handbook, is a favorite among next-gen leaders in design.

Kim works with Creative Women Founders and Executives on becoming visible. She defines visibility as more than personal branding, business strategy and getting press—although she’s an expert in those categories. Kim defines visibility according to one of its underused definition: available.

Are you, truly available for the life you say you want to live? For the mission you know you were born to lead. You may think that seeing is believing but actually, believing is seeing. Your one best life happens from the inside out. Ready?

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TOPICS DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:

  • How to practice receiving, not just giving.
  • The balance between when giving is beneficial and when it becomes harmful.
  • How to take care of yourself, not just others.
  • Why some women feel unworthy of being taken care of.
  • What is a caregiver archetype and can natural caregivers learn to be better at receiving?
  • How women are actually wired to receive.
  • A daily lesson for receiving from Kim Kuhteubl.
  • How women lead differently.

#LESSONUP:

(1:14) …your archetype is a portal to the deepest part of you, your authentic self.

(2:03) You can talk yourself into believing that small efforts don’t matter when measured against the great challenges of the world but history is full of small actions that produced big results. One person’s small act of courage can spark massive transformation.

(9:32) Not only do we worry about how others feel, but we also remember emotional events in great detail. It’s why you’ll often hear women say, ‘I don’t like conflict.’ Our brains are massively triggered by social rejection, and conflict puts us at odds with our urge to stay connected, to gain approval and nurture, so we would rather defuse it.

(10:05) …whether you are awake to it or not, women are receiving stations designed for high- level communication with the world around us. Receiving is not the problem. Receiving is automatic. Whether it’s verbal or non-verbal, visible or invisible, subconscious or conscious, we take it in. The more sensitive you are, the more you receive. So the problem is not that we don’t know how to receive, it’s our relationship to what we receive that is the problem.

(12:35) Receiving is like breathing: required for living. You must receive the air back into your lungs after you exhale, otherwise you will die. Allowing, opening, being magnetic these gifts of receiving that used to come naturally are vital for your wholeness. They are intimately connected to the fulfillment of your vision and to your increased prosperity. To love and be loved you must be able to receive, because you cannot give what you do not have.

RESOURCES:

JOIN US FOR RECEIVING PRACTICE when you follow @voicelessonspodcast on instagram. For the next 30 days, share one thing that you’ve received each day using the hashtag #receivingpractice. For help, subscribe at www.receivingpractice.com and we’ll send you 7 days worth of prompts.

Archetypes: Who Are You?, Caroline Myss

The Female Brain, Dr. Louann Brizendine

www.cindileeyoga.com (*the pretend Catherine)

https://catherinecollautt.com/ (*the real Catherine)

MORE FROM KIM KUHTEUBL:

www.receivingpractice.com

Visibility School (coming Spring 2020). Apply today.

Branding + Interior Design: Visibility and Business Strategy for Interior Designers, by Kim Kuhteubl

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When her grandmother and her small dog died within months of each other, author Kim Kuhteubl was forced to learn about receiving in an unexpected way. In this deeply personal episode, you’ll learn about why women struggle with receiving and conflict, how women’s brains are structurally wired to explain these differences and why a practice of receive is essential to writing your narrative of “self-love”.

Kim Kuhteubl is an award-winning producer, author, and entrepreneur. She produced hundreds of hours of episodic and lifestyle digital content and in 2011, founded her company MeByDesign. Her first book Branding + Interior Design, a marketing, branding and visibility handbook, is a favorite among next-gen leaders in design.

Kim works with Creative Women Founders and Executives on becoming visible. She defines visibility as more than personal branding, business strategy and getting press—although she’s an expert in those categories. Kim defines visibility according to one of its underused definition: available.

Are you, truly available for the life you say you want to live? For the mission you know you were born to lead. You may think that seeing is believing but actually, believing is seeing. Your one best life happens from the inside out. Ready?

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