A Conversation with Christine Hassler

I am honored to present this spirited conversation with Christine Hassler, an incredible author and teacher, as well as a new soul sister of mine. In our chat, we discuss her new book, Expectation Hangover, which offers much-needed insight on what to do when life throws us curveballs and doesn’t go according to plan. We also talk about the gifts and challenges of personal transformation, and how we can more easily move into acceptance of what is. You’ll especially love one of Christine’s valuable tools for sustaining transformation and long-term change in our lives. I can’t wait to find myself at one of her retreats!

About Christine: Christine Hassler is the author of Expectation Hangover, The 20 Something Manifesto, and 20 Something, 20 Everything. She left her successful job as a Hollywood agent to pursue a life she could be passionate about. For over a decade, as a speaker, retreat facilitator, and life coach, she has been sharing her passion to ease suffering. Christine believes once we get out of our own way, we can show up to make the meaningful impact we are here to make. Visit her online at www.christinehassler.com.

Topics we discussed:
2:35 – Moving from Struggle to Grace
3:20 – What Is an “Expectation Hangover”?
6:30 – Why Most People Begin on a Spiritual Path
6:55 – How You Can Choose to Heal Now Rather Than Later
9:20 – The Reason Women Are Perceived as “Emotional” and “Reactive”
17:00 – The Power of Your Tribe
25:00 – How You Can Sustain Transformation
30:00 – The Importance of Reprogramming Your Brain

Christine Hassler

About the Author | Christine Hassler

Christine Hassler is a best-selling author, life coach and speaker known for inspiring radical self-reflection with practical direction. She has appeared on The Today Show, CNN, ABC, CBS, FOX, E!, Style, and in The New York Times, and is a spokesperson for American Express Millennial Advocacy Program. She serves on the faculty at the University of Santa Monica teaching programs in spiritual psychology.

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