Amy Liz Harrison

Eternally Amy - A Sober Mom of Eight's Journey from Jail to Joy

Amy Liz Harrison

  • Not My Circus, Not My Monkeys: Part 2

Not My Circus, Not My Monkeys: Part 2

Tuesday 2nd July 2024

Amy Liz Harrison explores life and sobriety through a circus analogy, focusing on leadership roles and personal growth. Engaging and heartfelt storytelling.
59 minutes

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Eternally Amy - A Sober Mom of Eight's Journey from Jail to Joy
Amy Liz Harrison
Sobriety Success Stories
Creative Recovery Journeys
Sexual Empowerment & Identity
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Understanding Addiction & Recovery
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Life's Circus: Leadership Lessons from a Sober Mum

Episode Overview

  • Life can often feel like a circus with various roles and challenges.
  • Leadership requires self-awareness and authenticity.
  • 'Hurting people hurt people' - understanding this can help in personal growth.
  • Support networks are crucial in navigating life's challenges.
  • Finding joy amidst chaos is possible with the right mindset.
'Hurting people hurt people', I said this to the fire breather because they were struggling.
Ever wondered how life can feel like a circus? In this episode of 'Eternally Amy - A Sober Mom of Eight's Journey from Jail to Joy', Amy Liz Harrison continues her unique analogy of life and sobriety through the lens of a circus. She dives into the roles within this metaphorical circus, focusing on the ringmaster and the fire breather. The ringmaster is depicted as a leader who might be inexperienced or manipulative, struggling with self-awareness and authenticity.
Amy shares a personal story about a struggling fire breather, illustrating the concept that 'hurting people hurt people'. This episode builds on the previous one, exploring the dynamics within organisations and highlighting the importance of self-awareness and honesty in leadership roles. Amy’s reflections are heartfelt and relatable, making you ponder your own experiences with leadership and personal growth. Her storytelling is engaging and filled with light humour, making complex topics more accessible.
Whether you’re dealing with your own 'circus' or supporting someone else, Amy’s insights offer valuable lessons in navigating life's challenges. So, grab a cuppa, sit back, and let Amy’s journey inspire you to find joy amidst the chaos.