Cultivate a Good Life

--- Becky Higgins & Becky Proudfit ---

Join Becky Squared (Becky Higgins + Becky Proudfit) on a weekly basis as they discuss a variety of topics in a podcast environment that is encouraging, enlightening, and FUN! New? Scroll through the topics and start with the one that stands out to you! Expect to be inspired. // @beckyhigginsllc @beckyproudfit

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Latest Episodes…

  1. 143: Letting Go of What People Think (with Lisa Funk)

    Have you ever stopped to think about what holds you back from trying new things? We fully believe in the importance and power of having a creative outlet and also acknowledge that there can be so many outside influences that keep us from exploring those activities. We’re so honored to ...


  2. 142: Identifying Your Emotions

    Emotions are good. Emotions serve a purpose. And sometimes emotions can feel overwhelming. In this episode we discuss a few steps to help identify those emotions in order to understand both why we are feeling them and also how we can turn them into tools to propel ourselves forward. You’ll ...


  3. 141: Take Ownership of Your Life (with Richie Norton)

    We all have dreams – but we don’t always know how to accomplish them. Powerhouse author, speaker, and serial entrepreneur, Richie Norton, joins us for an insightful and inspiring conversation about how you can take better ownership of your life! Richie shares his profound perspective on everything from debunking myths ...


  4. 140: Christ-Centered Social Media

    For many of us, social media is a very prevalent part of our day-to-day life and it can easily become something that causes more stress than positivity if we are not vigilant about the content we are both consuming and sharing. This episode is a deeply vulnerable and open conversation ...


  5. 139: Curiosity Leads to Connection (with Annie Joy)

    We’re joined this week by the amazing and truly joyful, Annie Joy, as we discuss the magic of getting curious and how it brings connection into our lives. There’s no question that the past year was especially challenging for so many of us with regard to maintaining and developing connections ...