Wisdom Series: Jen Louden – on teaching, vulnerability and crossing the gap from fear to authenticity

In which Jen Louden and I got to talking about teaching, learning and what happens when a teacher holds the space of open vulnerability. I loved this conversation and I think you will, too.

Jen Louden: On teaching, vulnerability and crossing from fear to authenticity from Amy Oscar on Vimeo.

Jen Louden is a personal growth pioneer who helped launch the self-care movement with her first book The Woman’s Comfort Book. She’s the author of 5 additional books on well-being and whole living, including The Life Organizer, that have inspired more than a million women in 9 languages. Jen has spoken around the world on self-care, written a national magazine column, and even sat on Oprah’s couch talking about the power of retreats. She co-created the beloved program TeachNow that has helped over 650 graduates thrive through inspired teaching.

You can learn more about TeachNow here. (Full disclosure: this is an affiliate link which means that I receive payment if you sign up for Jen’s program through this link. I participate in just a handful of affiliate programs – and all of them are offered by teachers from whom I have learned something special. Jen Louden is certainly one of those teachers.)

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  • linda
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    great interview, Amy; thank you! I’ve followed Jen for a while and have yet to partake of her offerings. It’s fascinating to me how the energies I’m attracted to are attracted to one another as well! Learning so much from and with you.

  • Barb
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    fear is energy… I love that. And the analogy of the baby crossing the gap is so powerful… I am struggling with this right now re: cowgirls… the edge feels as massive as the Rocky Mountains. I’m climbing it. Cannot wait to dance in October.

    xo

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