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Working at the intersection of personal development, service as activism, and art, Mona Green is a life coach defined by her compelling desire to help others self-realize and become more intentional and joyful contributors to society.
As a certified Life Coach, ELI-MP, and Neuro-linguistic Programing practitioner she complements her coaching practice with an open mind, sharp intuition, a no BS attitude, and a contagious passion for personal development. From former Olympic athletes, Hollywood entertainers, and European royalty, Navajo Youth, and environmental activists in Latin America, she has worked with people from all walks of life.
She has spoken at the US House of Representatives, Harvard, and the US Department of State among others, and has been featured in publications, The Washington Post and Teen Vogue. And has also been recognized by the Obama Administration as a leading change-maker in the fight towards gender equality in 2016.
- Intro: Arman sets the stage and provides background on Mona, how they met, and the topic of today’s episode. [00:16]
- Mona shares a little bit about herself, multicultural diversity, and what influenced her over the years. [05:36]
- Can the language you’re speaking change your personality? [07:29]
- French culture. [08:47]
- Seeing reality through different constructs and how that expands you. [10:40]
- How fear is being used as a common denominator to breed division and separation. [18:25]
- The sexual culture in Brazil and how men and women relate. [20:01]
- The “me too” phenomena. [26:13]
- Understanding what it means to weaponize pain. [30:30]
- Finding a way to bridge different viewpoints. [33:03]
- Empathy in communication leads to increased clarity in the message. [35:30]
- Creating a sense of safety in conversations. [35:47]
- Why it’s important to understand the difference in how men and women behave when communicating their needs. [41:30]
- What it means to embrace radical ownership and responsibility. [50:20]
- Finding the middle way by experiencing different realities. [01:06:06]
- Be willing to risk being offensive in the pursuit of truth. [01:08:12]
- Mona talks about how she became a life coach. [01:14:43]
- Integrating a sense of humor in relation to inner work. [01:19:34]
- Find a human that feels good when up-leveling yourself. [01:24:14]
- Inspiring closing thoughts. [01:25:25]
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