054: Empowering True Love with Lisa Dennen-Young

by Jay Rooke | Know Pain Know Gain

054: Empowering True Love with Lisa Dennen-Young

“The way that we use language actually says a lot about us in a deeper level.”  ~ Lisa Dennen-Young

 

In this episode, Jay chats with Lisa Dennen-Young, a former forensic linguist that speaks multiple languages and was  trained by the FBI agent who broke the Unabomber case. Lisa now works with high-achieving women, helping them hone their communication skills to create healthy relationships.  Jay and Lisa explore topics that relate to entrepreneurs and small business owners such as: how to change our relationship with ourselves and our work, identifying co-dependency, navigating romance as an entrepreneur and so much more.

 

Episode Highlights

01:14 Empower True Love’s Mission
03:19 The Power of Language
09:38 Relationship with Ourselves
20:00 Healthy Business Relationship
42:38 True Love

Resources

Jay’s Gift
SMS for Jay’s gift: “discover” 484848

Books:
Codependent No More: How to Stop Controlling Others and Start Caring for Yourself by Melody Beattie

The Love Your Love Life Challenge
This 5-day challenge is for women who are ready to experience a gratifying, committed, and supportive relationship — whether currently single or in relationship!
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– the 3 reasons you don’t have what you want in your love life & how to immediately begin to change it up!
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– block busters to destroy the “crap walls” keeping you from your best relationship ever!
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Inspirational Quotes:

“The way that we use language actually says a lot about us in a deeper level.”  ~ Lisa Dennen-Young