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143 | Are You Embracing the Big Picture? How to Dodge Nit-Picky Behavior and Zoom Out!

Updated: May 21

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Ava Margaret

In this episode of the Life Coach BFF Show, your host Heather Pettey takes you on a hilarious journey through the art of avoiding nit-picky behavior and zooming out for a broader perspective.

Join the laughter as Heather shares relatable anecdotes, like the time she received XL satin pajamas as a surprise gift, and the hilarious mix-up that ensued. Learn how to dodge nit-picky pitfalls by embracing the bigger picture and handling nit-pickers with grace.

Heather also explores the humorous side of misunderstandings and how taking a zoomed-out approach can prevent unnecessary drama, illustrated by a funny encounter involving her dog's unique screaming habit.

Discover the powerful lesson from Psalm 139:2 and how it applies to our lives, reminding us that focusing on the positive is key.

Tune in for a dose of humor, insight, and a reminder to let go of nit-picky tendencies and embrace a life that's full of joy and laughter.

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Heather Pettey, an experienced mindset coach, author, podcaster, and speaker, is your trusted companion for navigating midlife and the intricacies of motherhood, especially for moms of teens and young adults. Host of the top 2% global podcast, Life Coach BFF Show, Heather fearlessly addresses tough subjects, offering guidance and tough love when needed. Her warm, relatable approach and humorous insights make her a trusted friend in the journey of life. She emphasizes preparing the next generation with essential life skills and manners. Heather has made appearances on CNN and other news media.

*Quick Disclaimer- I'm a coach and not a therapist. Always seek the support of a therapist for clinical mental health issues.

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