Better Me
Becoming The Best We Can Be
The Better Me Podcast delves into how people navigate through life’s challenges and live as the best people they can be. Coach, writer, and educator Heather M. Ross chats with guests about how they’ve gotten past life’s bumps in the road, from potholes to sinkholes. She also shares her own stories of living with a mental illness while striving to pursue her dreams.

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Dr. Isabeau Iqbal, who was my guest for Episode 92, returned for a conversation about fun, including trying to figure out what that looks like for each of us.

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I spoke with best-selling author Marshall Goldsmith about his new book “The Earned Life” and the importance of finding the right balance in how much focus and time we give aspiration, ambition, and action in our lives.

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Tune in to hear about what guests are coming up on the Better Me Podcast through the fall, including Marshall Goldsmith and Gabor Maté.

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I’m taking a break for a couple of months, but first I want to thank a few people.

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It’s hard to focus, to feel like you can do what needs to be done when there’s chaos around you when you’re living in a time of crisis, but we can’t just bury our heads in the sand. So how do we avoid overwhelm and keep moving forward?

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It doesn’t matter how good your map or your plan is, if you don’t know where you’re starting from.

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Dr. Isabeau Iqbal joined me to talk about “imposter syndrome” including where it comes from, how we can deal with our own, and how we can make wider changes to reduce the impact.

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website: isabeauiqbal.com
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Educator and visual note-taker extrodinair, Giulia Forsythe joined me to talk about how doodling helps her be a better listener, problem solver and communicator. She also explains why she shares her doodles openly and freely.

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Song-writer and recording artist Lany Jones joined me to talk about her new album Stories Up. We also chatted about our out-of-the ordinary family pets while growing up, putting yourself out there to take advantage of opportunities, and about our…

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Lena Patterson, the President of Open Education Global joined me to talk about the challenges and responsibilities of women in leadership roles, doing leadership transitions with care, and the role of the open movement in supporting Ukranian refuges.

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Author

Heather M. Ross
Educator, Writer and Podcaster, Saskatchewan Canada

Heather M. Ross is an educator, writer, and podcaster living in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. She works for the University of Saskatchewan as an educational developer, where she spends much of her time advancing open educational practices. She podcasts about mental health and how she and others get through life's challenges.