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Month one of my “Year of No” is in the books! As promised, I’m kicking off the first monthly check-in with a behind-the-scenes look at how it’s all feeling so far. And since I’m no longer on social media, you’re getting the unfiltered, highly-concentrated, shout-it-from-the-rooftops edition. So how’s it going? Do I have any regrets? Have I cheated?…
 
Grace Bonney is back on the podcast today for the first time since 2016, and boy have things changed! We’re talking all about her many shifts since then, redefining what success looks like, and her brilliant new book, Collective Wisdom: Lessons, Inspiration, and Advice from Women Over 40, an honest and moving collection of interviews and conversati…
 
Welcome to Part 2 of the LIVE 400th episode Zoom party where I open up the floor to questions about 2022 “My Year of No” and giving up social media for a full year (or…forever?). Join me and members of the audience as we question and answer what this shift is going to mean for me, how to say “no” in a way that’s expansive, and what happens when it’…
 
Episode 400! Can you believe it? In honor of this milestone moment, as well as the 5th anniversary of my sobriety, this episode was recorded live in front of a Zoom audience. Join us as I take a look back on my transition from “Raise Your Hand Say Yes” to 2022: My Year of No! This year-long project begins with perhaps one of the most daunting “no’s…
 
It’s that time of year again! In today’s episode, I’m revealing my phrase for 2022, and how I intend to harness its power in the new year. While past years of this practice have been more helpful than others, now more than ever feels like the time to plaster mantras on the walls that inspire us to find a little more magic in every day. I’m also tal…
 
Today we welcome all-around creative entrepreneur, Marlee Grace, to the podcast to discuss her book (amongst so much more) Getting to Center, an empathetic offering for those looking for a roadmap back to equilibrium. Tune in as Marlee and I discuss harnessing the seasons in our lives to best serve us, the intricate argument for taking a break from…
 
Welcome to my Top 10 of 2021! While I won’t be listing off my favorite books or cozy slippers, I’m going to let you in on something a bit more intimate. As opposed to the top 10 things I’ve purchased, I’m sharing the top 10 things I’ve lived, diving into the experiences and lessons I’ve learned that have brought me closer to the truest version of m…
 
Friction. Otherwise known as a sticky, uncomfortable feeling that makes it hard to move forward. Sometimes, it’s that restlessness that tells us it’s time to shift, yet very rarely gives us a clear direction or an easy fix. Today I’m letting you in on three truths about friction and how to handle it without overthinking to infinity and beyond, incl…
 
Have you ever felt exhausted from doing nothing? Have you taken 1,000 bubble baths and still can’t seem to shake the stress of the day? Do you try to nap but can’t quite get your body to sleep? You’re not broken and there’s a reason for that. We are so lucky to have Board-Certified internal medicine physician, speaker, and author, Dr. Saundra Dalto…
 
In his book, Everything is Spiritual: Who We Are and What We're Doing Here, New York Times bestselling author Rob Bell explores the endless dynamic questions and connections that have shaped his life, providing powerful insight into understanding one's purpose and place in the world. I am thrilled to be diving back into this conversation with one o…
 
This week, we're kicking off Season 10 by revisiting my interview with Glennon Doyle in honor of the release of Get Untamed: The Journal! In this conversation, we talk about Glennon's book Untamed (it's ESSENTIAL READING y'all!) and dive into doubt and faith, why it’s not only okay but encouraged to change our minds, the dirty pink bunnies that are…
 
In episode 371 I brought some radical transparency with the announcement of my ADHD diagnosis. This week, I’m revisiting that diagnosis with an update of everything that’s changed since and how my journey has gone! From my sleep, productivity, and anxiety, to my journey with medication, it has been an eye-opening few months and I’m excited to check…
 
Today I’m breaking down how we can lean on the pillars of #RadSelBel and DFSTAG to show up as our most authentic selves in the relationships that serve us. We’ll also discuss how to know when it’s time to let a relationship come to an end. After all, the people we want to keep in our lives deserve the truest version of you, and so do you. Listen in…
 
I am so thrilled to be speaking to Adam J. Kurtz (aka Adam JK) on the podcast about his new book, You Are Here (For Now), a collection of essays and art about life, and change, and you, and me, and all of us trying to just be more okay. Let me say I devoured this book and had room for seconds it was so good. Tune in as Adam and I discuss the differ…
 
On this particularly inspiring (and particularly vulnerable) episode, I’m so pleased to have chatted with Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist and the author of The Power of Habit and Smarter Faster Better, Charles Duhigg! Together we drill down on what it takes to say “Yes!” to the changes we’d like to make in our lives, knowing where t…
 
In thinking about where to start when it comes to tackling racism and dismantling systems of oppression, it’s easy to feel like any right next steps can feel simultaneously like way too much and not nearly enough. Luckily I had the opportunity to chat with the incredible Rhonda Magee about her book, The Inner Work of Racial Justice: Healing Ourselv…
 
Forget everything you think you know about minimalism and get ready for an education on liberating yourself from the physical and emotional clutter that’s no longer serving you. Christine Platt, author of The Afrominimalist's Guide to Living with Less, joins me today to chat about the true meaning of minimalism, the best ways to approach letting go…
 
Ah, productivity. The finish line we’re sprinting towards that stretches ever farther away the faster we hustle. Here’s the truth: We’ve been sold a raw deal on productivity and time. “Managing” our time stifles the magic of being alive! Today I’m calling out my fellow Super-Doers with a reminder that you can trust yourself. Listen in as I reveal t…
 
Time for some RADICAL transparency: my impulse (note, impulse) was to ask myself today if talking about #RadSelBel and Grown-Up Gap Year even mattered when it felt like so many hard things were happening around the world...until I saw a tweet that reminded me of why I do what I do. Today I’m offering the warm reminder that it’s okay to feel both ra…
 
You may have noticed quite a few ch-ch-changes around here lately and today I’m opening up about all of them. Between the retirement of my Inner Circle and the birth of my new program, Grown-Up Gap year, I certainly stopped to wonder at times what all this change was for. After all, why fix it if it ain’t broke, right? Wrong. I’m taking a page out …
 
Today we welcome back author, speaker, and life coach Andrea Owen! Together we chat about Andrea’s newest book, “Make Some Noise” and what it means to step forward in life, not necessarily with confidence, but with the conviction that you deserve to take up space, raise your voice, and well...make some noise! We also dissect the importance of unlea…
 
Today I’m sharing some personal stories about seemingly simple challenges that packed a big metaphorical punch for me. I’m drilling down into the low-stakes situations in which I flex my grace and faith, making it easier to call on them in the future. I’m indulging in my growth mindset, letting myself off the hook, and asking, “What is possible if……
 
Who would I be if I stopped being a “Good Girl”? This is the question on my mind after today’s prolific chat with Majo Molfino, coach and author of “Break the Good Girl Myth: How to Dismantle Outdated Rules.”. Together we dissect the “5 Good Girl Myths” and the importance of dispelling them in your own way. Toppling the patriarchy is a tall order m…
 
Today I’m putting my money where my mic is and revealing exactly how I’m walking my walk when it comes to living a life grounded in radical self-beleif (#RadSelBel!). Slowing down to engage in the life-long practice of what I preach is less about the BIG DECISIONS to make change, and more about the daily baby steps we take to flip the script, prior…
 
Whether she is adventuring through the experimental changes in her everyday life or adventuring around the globe, Cait Flanders has created a life led by bold choices. Luckily for us, she has chronicled it all in her newest book, “Adventures in Opting Out” and is chatting with me today about what happens when we reframe our choices as adventures. T…
 
What an absolute honor it’s been to chat with Jessamyn Stanley, an internationally acclaimed voice in wellness highly sought after for her insights on 21st-century yoga and intersectional identity. Listen in as we talk about Jessamyn’s newest book, “Yoke: My Yoga of Self-Acceptance”, the true meaning of “yoke”, and how yoga strongly intersects with…
 
Welcome back to part 2 of this deep dive into the fears and doubts that often pop up when we decide to live beyond the to-do list. I’m adding a few more to the list and reminding you that this is a life-long practice that we can continue to work on together! Why does this shift in perspective take time and support? Old patterns are hard to shake, e…
 
You’re efficient. You’re a do-er. So naturally, you’ve got those standard fears pretty much covered, at least enough to get through the day and your to-do list. You know the ones...fear of failure, fear of success, fear of change, the list goes on and on. Well, today I’m going to talk about a different set of fears, ones that you might not even rea…
 
When it comes to Radical Self-Belief (heyo #radselbel!), I’ll likely still be talking about it in another 375 episodes. However, I have a sneaking suspicion I’m not alone when I say it’s easier to talk the talk than walk the walk. Today I’m bringing you the five pillars of radical self-belief to make it just a touch easier to lace up your sneaks an…
 
Welcome to the beginning of the #RadSelBel movement—I’m definitely on a mission to make it a whole thing. This week, grab your favorite pencil case and meet me for a powerful history lesson on Radical Self-Belief and the deeply rooted foundations of why it’s so dang challenging for us to trust ourselves. If this is something you struggle with, you’…
 
I talk a LOT about this “over the rainbow” technicolor life we’re all aiming for...but what does that actually mean? More specifically, what does that mean for you? Can you live your most technicolor life and still get the laundry done? In this episode, I get real about everything a technicolor life truly is, and everything it’s not. It’s time to d…
 
If you’ve been following along for a minute, you KNOW I’ve fallen head over sticky fingers in love with Molly Wilkinson’s French pastry lessons since the start of the pandemic. Listen in as Molly and I discuss her journey from a marketing job in Texas to teaching the art of puff pastry from her home in Versailles, highlighting the challenges and de…
 
I’ve been diagnosed with ADHD, which feels like the beginning of one journey and the end of another. ADHD diagnoses in creative, adult women are more and more common these days, and in this week’s episode, I discuss why I think that’s happening. Join me today as I discuss my personal journey to diagnosis, how I approached the conversation with my d…
 
We’ve all heard the adage, “If it’s not a ‘hell yes’ it’s a ‘hell no’,”...and I’m asking, “Is it really that simple?” Today we dive back into a prior episode that just might be bubbling with brand new meaning. In my experience, there’s no stepping into an expansive, technicolor life without a handful of doubt and a healthy dose of faith. Join me as…
 
In today’s episode, lovingly dubbed “The Asterisk Episode”, I’m laying down some inconvenient, yet expansive truths about our inconvenient feelings. Let’s exhale into the possibility that we can feel fear and faith at the same time, that we can come to a decision with certainty while still having a few dozen questions to answer, and that slowing do…
 
What if we approached our lives with the same sense of possibility, creativity, agency, and ingenuity as a painter approaching a canvas? Artist, author, and permission giver, Flora Bowley, joins us on the podcast once again to discuss her newest book, The Art of Aliveness, why there’s no such thing as a waste of paint, and how we can transform our …
 
So you know how everyone always says that you’ve gotta “CEO it up!” to be successful? If you currently have your CEO hat on, feel free to pop it off and rest it gently on the dashboard if that feels right for you, because I want you to listen to today’s episode free from the structures, systems, and shoulds that may or may not be working in tandem …
 
The internet: friend or foe? Join me and marketing coach and strategist Kyla Roma as we acknowledge all of the ways the internet can positively connect us while dissolving the false narratives shrouded in instagrammable rainbows. What began as a casual conversation between friends, grew into a quest for truth amongst the interweb of lies we unknowi…
 
Whether or not you’ve had the opportunity to go full Marie Kondo on your home just yet (I’m right there with you), there’s still so much to learn from “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up”. Today’s episode takes a look at the teachings of Marie Kondo through the Tiffany Han lens in what I consider to be more of a decluttering of the soul. Get rea…
 
Nothing complements a tall glass of nostalgia like some freshly baked life lessons to bring along for the ride. This forward-facing episode is about the 7 things that I picked up in my nearly-7-years of making the Raise Your Hand Say Yes podcast that I’m bringing with me into this new chapter of The Tiffany Han Show, and with the help of some inspi…
 
It’s here, it’s here! I’m so excited to introduce you to The Tiffany Han Show. Today, I’m sharing what this change means and what you can expect from me in this new chapter. I’m also taking you on a walk down memory lane, from my very first blog in 2008 all the way to today, and how I’m finding common threads in all the in-between. On The Tiffany H…
 
Y'all, it's a big day! I’ve been hinting for a few weeks now that my business and my podcast are changing. And the time has finally come: episode 362 is the last episode of Raise Your Hand Say Yes. Even though my podcast is shifting (I'll meet you right back here next week with a new name and artwork), it will still be me chatting in your ear about…
 
Have you ever felt like you're outgrowing (or have outgrown) an aspect of your life? My whole perspective shifted on a FaceTime call with a friend a few months ago. He saw my sad-but-regularly-watered plants in the background and told me that those plants of mine were really unhappy and that even though I was watering them, they still needed food a…
 
This week, I'm bringing back a vintage episode to dive into all those sneaky ways that fear holds us back, what to watch out for, and what to do when it (inevitably!) rears its head. I'll also share a few specific situations that might be showing up for you as you contemplate all the things you want to raise your hand and say yes to! Episode Links:…
 
Many of us find ourselves in the middle of a reckoning right now. With COVID changing our circumstances in such drastic ways, maybe you’ve been shining a light on some dark corners that you hadn’t looked at before. I don’t have a formula or a process for you to follow. But in today’s episode, I am sharing how I’m dealing with a reckoning in my life…
 
This week, we're talking about delight: what it is, why it matters, and why it's totally necessary even in these "difficult and unprecedented times" we're living in! I’m also sharing ten things that have been bringing me maximum delight recently. Listen in to hear about the must-watch tv show I’m savoring, how my bedtime is bringing me joy, and the…
 
Usually, I’m really good at finishing my shitty first draft. The other day, though, my friend Tanya Geisler pointed out that I was dealing with some sneaky perfectionism. Today, I’m sharing how to recognize this sneaky perfectionism and how I’m flipping two small words so I can keep moving forward. Listen in to learn how you can combat perfectionis…
 
Just like a gap year between high school and college, a gap week is an intentional pause where you can explore new experiences or focus on a specific project. Today, I’m sharing why and how to take a gap time, plus what I’m doing for my business during my gap week. For detailed show notes and more, visit www.tiffanyhan.com/blog/episode356. Resource…
 
We often think that to get some momentum in our lives, we need to do and be more. But what if gaining momentum actually required slowing down? Today, I’m sharing how my guiding phrase of the year—bold and slow—is also how I approach momentum, plus how slowing down is how we can keep moving forward without ignoring our needs, desires, and all the th…
 
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