How Winning Your Inner Conflicts Can Be The Most Powerful Step Towards Happiness with Shasheen Shah

Jan 21, 10:00 AM

Every time we face an external challenge, we reveal our strengths we didn't know we possessed. We find people to help us, learn from the failures, and even find ways to overcome them. But, what if these challenges are something that we need to fight on our own? We are in a constant battle within ourselves. Every day we deal with tasks or other things that can make us question our knowledge or skills. But when this leads us to confusion, conflicts, and frustrations - we can see ourselves stuck in an important decision.An inner conflict happens when you feel as if you’re of two minds. You may hear inner voices saying things like “I want to keep this relationship but part of me wants to let go” or “I want to take this job opportunity but part of me wants to be with my family instead”  and that’s when inner conflict comes.Working with your inner parts allows you to unleash your most beautiful elements. Listen to Episode 19 as Shasheen Shah, the author of The Kid and the King joins us to share her knowledge and identify what these “parts” mean and how you can work with them to build a better relationship with yourself. Stay tuned!Memorable Quotes:Rather than defeating yourself, build a new relationship with yourself. - Shasheen ShahWe don’t have to listen to what our mind tells. - Dr. Dung TrinhEmotional intimacy is not possible if you’re too busy pushing people away when you’re having to live this sense of confusion. - Shasheen ShahOther Resources:The Kid and the KingImportant Points:At the end of the day, it’s the quality of relationships that you have in life that makes life worth living.Constitute yourself to be an emotionally generous person.One of the most prescribed medications in the most financially successful country is antidepressants.Acknowledge your fears and move on.About the Guests:Shasheen Shah is the author of the book entitled, The Kid and the King, and the CEO of Coherent Strategies Consulting and Coaching. He is an executive coach who has led high-achieving leaders, CEOs, and maverick entrepreneurs through the Emotional Mastery Process (EMP) to improve their performance and overall satisfaction. Click here to know more.About the Host:Dung Trinh, MD is the Chief Medical Officer of Irvine Clinical Research, medical missionary with TongueOut Medical Missions, and holds leadership positions with multiple health care organizations in Orange County. He is a keynote speaker, best-selling author, and Host of “Health Talks with Dr. Trinh” which can be heard weekly on OC Talk Radio.Connect with Dr. TrinhHealthTalks OC WebsiteTongue OutFacebookLinkedIn