In this week’s podcast episode we’re going to be talking about:

  • How to really change others – and the answer isn’t what you think it might be.
  • Your perspective as your prison or your passport and how to use your perspective to travel to and see the world in ways, and with access, you never imagined possible
  • The Confident Mom Podcast launch and giveaway!


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Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything. –George Bernard Shaw

When we are no longer able to change a situation – we are challenged to change ourselves. – Viktor E. Frankl

You must take personal responsibility. You cannot change the circumstances, the seasons, or the wind, but you can change yourself. That is something you have charge of. –Jim Rohn

Never believe that a few caring people can’t change the world. For, indeed, that’s all who ever have. –Margaret Mead


Ok, so the thing is that you can’t. Tricky podcast episode title, I know. We have one thing that we can always change however, and that is our perspective.

Your perspective is your prison or your passport.

–Steven Furtik


  1. Be consistent to your gratitude journal.
  2. Fight the urge to be a martyr.
  3. Stop comparing yourself to others.
  4. Look to celebrate the small details of life.
  5. Slow down and focus on being, rather than doing.
  6. Always find something nice to say.
  7. Garden your thoughts with more consciousness
  8. Get involved in volunteering or helping others.
  9. Be intentionally generous – with your time, your money and your emotions
  10. Consider yourself a reflector of God’s love
  11. Remember that the world doesn’t have to be fair –and people don’t have to be nice – but you do.
  12. Appreciate the mundanity of your daily life – share your appreciation out loud, journal about it or speak about it.
  13. Resist the false idea / temptation that you can change others; instead, love that person for who they are and for where they are at and acknowledge that they are responsible for their own perspective and approach to life…no matter what you do, you can’t change them, only God can change people.


Steps to enter:

  1. Search for “The Confident Mom” Podcast in iTunes
  2. Subscribe to the show
  3. Post an honest review and use the tagline #confidentmom at the end of your review
  4. Make sure to listen to both podcast shows for the next 4 weeks and I will be randomly choosing winners! There will be three winners, one for each week of the new show who receive FREE access to my Emerge Program [!!!!!} If by November 1st the new show receives over 100 reviews, a major winner will receive access to Emerge AND a beautiful Beautycounter gift of my go-to skin care love, Beautycounter Essentials Face Collection…the collection that is making my skin look radiant, clean and youthful.
  5. If you hear your name announced on the show email me at trish {at} so I can contact you with your prize.


Hi Trish!!!!

I did it!! I did it!!! I completed my first half marathon this morning!!!

I’ve been training for months – using your half marathon app. I can’t believe I did it!

Throughout the 13 miles whenever I saw another hill and began to doubt my legs could keep going. I began going through a list of positive affirmations – many of which were in your emerge program. I would remind myself of not how much farther I have but how far I’ve come. When I began to slow my pace and someone ran past me I reminded myself this was a race against myself. This was a challenge against myself.

My husband and I also committed to fundraise for the Boston Children’s Hospital – we raised almost $2000!!

At the beginning of 2015 I made a list of the things I wanted to accomplish this year… One being complete a half marathon. I’m soaring right now. And I want to send you my love and appreciation for everything you do, your message, your work and your encouragement.

I literally can’t believe I finished!!

I set a big goal and trained and finished.

Much love

Jade Giacoppo


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