Welcome to the 84th episode of the Give A Heck Podcast!
Join Dwight Heck and his guest Leslie Davis as she shares about how she was able to change her lifestyle and do the hard work she had to go through in order to be able to love herself a whole lot more.
Leslie shares the childhood influences as well that might have affected her development and her mindset as an adult which also resonated in her book which talks about learning how to speak kindly to yourself.
More about this theme in this episode so be sure to stay tuned!
In this episode, you’ll learn about:
● Why Leslie doesn’t allow children to assume adult responsibilities
● Importance of celebrating the small things
● The real way to help people is to help yourself first
● Deciding your self’s boundaries
● Finding out who is with you, all the time
● And much more!
About Leslie Davis:
Leslie Daivs is always on a journey and her motto is “why not?” She measures things she wants to do against the yardstick of “when I am 80 years old, I don’t want to be sitting in my rocking chair on my front porch saying, ‘I wish I would have’”.
My books and other writing come from the lessons and self-discovery on my journey to living my best life. The way I write is the same way I speak so you feel as if you are having a conversation with a friend. My writing is honest and relatable because I want YOU to know I have been there. I want you to know I am real and not writing from a lot of books and theories.
Her passions, besides her family, are GUTaS International and her heart family in Zimbabwe – especially Mercy, Betty and Itai. GUTaS stands for Get Up, Take a Step. GUTaS is changing lives one step, one stitch at a time.
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