Naming Emotions with David Wood

Naming Emotions with David Wood

This week’s theme: Naming Emotions

There will always be times when one finds themselves in an awkward circumstance. What makes it worse is that you are too uncomfortable to admit that you are uncomfortable! People typically respond by keeping it to themselves for so long until the point at which they will simply blow it up- then it’s too late.

Our guest, life coach David Wood, discusses the significance of the “Mouse-naming Revolution” and how its influence may transform the world. It is critical to determine and let our mice out—that is, our unidentified feelings, emotions, and experiences that have never been expressed in the open. By doing so, you may experience genuine transformation in both your career and your life in general.

From Fear to Fire: Secrets to Overcome Fear, Embrace your Gifts and Achieve Success

This is the place where real people share real challenges. Where you can find a common bond and uncommon wisdom through their stories. Use tips from the breakthroughs of others to jump start your success. Speaker, author, adventurer, and host Heather Hansen O’Neill takes you on the journey from fear to fire. Today we talk about clarity, honesty, and overcoming the stigma of being truthful to one’s feelings.

David Wood

After life as a consulting actuary to Fortune 100 Companies, David built the world’s largest coaching business, becoming #1 on Google for “life coaching”.

He believes the tough conversations we avoid are our doorways to confidence, success and even love – in both work and life. David coaches high performing entrepreneurs, executives and teams – and even prison inmates – to amazing results AND connection. One conversation at a time.

Connect with David:

Website: and Mouse In The Room

Or LinkedIn, Instagram, Youtube, Twitter, and Facebook

Quote of the Day:

“I only hope that we don’t lose sight of one thing- that it was all started by a mouse.” ~Walt Disney


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