Getting better at failure & reclaiming wellness with Nicole Cardoza [Podcast Episode 4]
Jivana Heyman & Nicole Cardoza discuss "failure as a practice" to help build resilience and meet whatever challenge comes our way. They'll also discuss reclaiming our right to be well and what wellness means to each of them.
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About Nicole Cardoza
Nicole Cardoza is an award-winning serial social entrepreneur, investor, author, and public speaker making wellness accessible for everyone. Her work is 100% dedicated to closing the racial and socio-economic divides in the wellness industry, which she has done by investing more than $3 million in direct funding, programs, and other resources into communities that need it the most.
She has been recognized as one of the most influential changemakers in wellness by Forbes, Well + Good, and Wanderlust; and routinely speaks on social impact, equity, and health at foundations such as the Aspen Institute, universities such as Harvard, and Fortune 500 companies including Nike and Lululemon.
Episode 4 Show Notes
In episode 4 of the Accessible Yoga Podcast, Jivana Heyman and Nicole Cardoza discuss:
- Embracing failure and the ability to try new things with resilience, even when things go wrong
- How looking at our work and activism with many different angles and approaches helps us stay flexible and keep the confidence to move forward and just do what needs to be done
- Giving ourselves grace & accountability through failure
- Waiting for permission vs. knowing your lane vs. taking responsibility for jumping in where you do have privilege
- How actually putting ourselves in the way of rejection or failure lets us get better and move forward
- Failure as a practice and learning from failure in asana
- Showing up for ourselves in difficult moments
- Reclaiming our right to be well and what wellness means to Nicole
- Lessons learned from creating the Anti-Racism Daily newsletter
Each week we’ll leave you with a powerful question. We encourage you to sit in inquiry with this question, write about it, discuss it with another community member on this path. Today, Nicole poses a 3-part question:
- What does it look like for your community to be well?
- What’s standing in the way of that?
- What can you do as part of your wellness practice to dismantle those obstacles?
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