Boom VisionTM Podcast
Episode 57: How a 15 Minute NLP Technique Changed My Life with Judy Tsuei
Quote: “The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall." - Ralph Waldo Emerson
*Trigger Warning: In this episode, you'll hear some sensitive topics. So if you got little ones around, please grab your headphones now.
Today's interview is my new friend, Judy Tsuei, Founder of a Branding + Content Strategy Agency, author and podcaster. Embarking on her healing journey through various modalities, you'll want to tune in to hear Judy's incredible story on how NLP has changed this entrepreneur's life. In today's interview, we dive into:
- Judy's origin story
- What led to her spiritual awakening
- Experiencing different modalities: Yoga and Reiki Healing
- NLP: What is it? And how is this different from other modalities?
- Book: What inspired Judy to write "The Little Book of Tibetan Rites and Rituals"
- Podcast: What inspired her to create F*ck Saving Face Podcast
- What she would share with her younger self
[3:42] - “The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall." - Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Hi folks, welcome back to episode 57 of the Boom Vision podcast!
I'm happy to invite a new guest, Judy Tsuei to our show. I actually reached out to Judy over a year ago, and for various reasons, we didn't reconnect until these past few weeks. It's funny how there's a divine timing for everything, and I'm just happy that the universe opened up the flow to allow us to reconnect this past month.
As a brief background:
Judy Tsuei is the founder of Wild Hearted Words, a powerful strategic content marketing agency. She also specializes in coaching women entrepreneurs of color and daughters of immigrants. Her book, "The Little Book of Tibetan Rites and Rituals" debuted in March 2022 (published by Ulysses Press; distributed by Simon & Schuster). Judy is a 2023 Tory Burch Foundation Fellow and has been featured in Fast Company, NASDAQ, MindBodyGreen, and more. She's the host of the highly-rated "F*ck Saving Face" podcast, empowering mental & emotional health for Asian Americans by breaking through taboo topics and driving real conversations about diversity, equity and inclusion using the power of storytelling. She has been a featured speaker and panelist for industry-leading companies.
[5:43] - Judy's origin story
[8:58] - “Everyone has a different path to take to find their own wisdom.” – Judy Tsuei
[14:46] - What would you say was your inflection point in beginning your spiritual path?
[JT] Even your own wisdom, things that work for you now, may not work for you in the future. Things that didn't work for you before, may work for you now.
[15:31] (JT) Michelle Thaller podcast episode: Finding meaning in the vastness of the universe, by Michelle Thaller
[16:39] (JT) Book Recommendation: Women Who Run With Wolves: The Missing Zygote by Clarissa Pinkola Estes
[22:45] - Experiencing First Reiki Session
[31:46] - (BY) From your experiences with Reiki and different modalities like hypnotherapy, of the other modalities, was there ones that stuck out and why?
[33:03] - (JT) Book Recommendation: “Dying To Be Me” by Anita Moorjani
[42:00] - (BY) NLP: In laymen's terms, what is it? What techniques have you experience before and what makes NLP different from the ones you've used before?
(JT) The whole point of NLP is to model excellence. If you can understand the framework through which someone created the success that you want to see, you can model that framework and apply it into your own life.
[49:20] - Book Recommendation: Dr. Jacob Liberman: Luminous Life: How the Science of Light Unlocks the Art of Living
[1:05:50] - Author: Tell me more about what inspired you to write your book "The Little Book of Tibetan Rites and Rituals" What's the inspiration and main takeaway you want readers to get from your book?
[1:08:22] - Podcast: F*ck Saving Face Podcast: What inspired you to start your podcast? What's it about and what direction do you see your show heading towards?
[1:12:32] - Book Recommendation: “Furiously Happy” by Jenny Lawson
[1:15:41] - Time Machine: What is one thing you would tell yourself if you had an ability to travel back to your 8 year old self and share with your younger self?
[1:16:55] - Where to find you: Where can our listeners find you?
[1:21:33] - Final Thoughts
I totally agree with what Judy shared, in that “Everyone has a different path to take to find their own wisdom.”
If there's a quote I can share that I feel captures the essence from today's candid chat, it's this: Quote: "Life has no limitations, except the ones you make." - Les Brown
Folks, I hope you allow yourself the space and grace to heal and grow. I hope by hearing Judy's personal story of how she healed from her past, that it inspires you rise each time you fall. That you find a positive solution to any temporary challenge you may encounter. You got this!
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