WARNING: This podcast challenges beliefs you thought were true about you and your world. Join Professional Certified Coach, Linda Heeler, as she uncovers the “normal lies” that have become “normalized” in our lives for years. As a coach, Linda works with people to uncover and shift the disempowering stories (lies) that the voice in their head says are true about them. After realizing the lies that we were born into and the systemic racism that has taken place in our country for hundreds of years, Linda’s eyes were opened to the harm that’s occurring simply because we have been living so many lies. And, it’s not just the lies about race but also regarding sexism, ableism, ageism, etc. Each week, Linda and her guests talk about how "normal lies" came to be as they explore topics that range from relationships, parenting, your health, racism, sexism, career, trauma and more. Listen as Linda and her guests have hard, and sometimes messy conversations as we discover these lies and their impact on all of us. They discuss actions to begin to breaking through the lies so we can ultimately live a happier, more fulfilling life.

Recent Episodes

Celebrating 3 months of Normal Lies!

June 9, 2021

Episode 15. In celebration of this milestone, this is the replay of the Normal Lies Podcast Party …

Uncovering Business Lies & a "Secret Sauce" for Success, with Ben Albert

June 2, 2021

Episode 14. My conversation with Ben Albert brought about AHA moments for both of us when it comes …

Recovering from Lies, with Jennifer Cave

May 26, 2021

Episode 13. Jennifer Cave is a wife, mom to an adorable little boy and an entrepreneur. She is als…

The White & Black of It continues, with Michelle Wescott

May 19, 2021

Episode 12. This is part 2 of my conversation with my friend, Michelle Wescott, an instructional d…

The White & Black of It, with Michelle Wescott

May 12, 2021

Michelle Wescott and I have an open and frank conversation from my perspective as a white woman and…

Happy(?) Mother's Day!

May 5, 2021

“There’s no way to be a perfect mother and a million ways to be a good one.” ~Jill Churchill How do…

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