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May 6, 2019

In this episode:

  • Learning to manage your thinking

  • Hacking your own brain

  • How your brain adapts to your life

  • Using positive psychology to increase happiness

Sasha Heinz, Ph.D., MAPP, Developmental Psychologist and Life Coach, is an expert in Positive Psychology, lasting behavioral change, and the science of getting unstuck.

Dr. Heinz has leveraged her academic expertise as a former faculty member at the University of Pennsylvania’s Master of Applied Positive Psychology program to give her clients the tools to change their lives for good. In her private coaching practice, she helps achievement junkies feel as good on the inside as their lives look on the outside. A graduate of Harvard University and a working mom, she’s lived life on the frontline of the battle with perfectionism. So, she can help with that, too.


“If you are in that place, and you are feeling just so desperate… that is the seed of change. Don’t lose hope.”



  • Cherub Rock- Smashing Pumpkins 



“I can’t change my past, but I can change my relationship to my past.”

“What are you gonna do today to feel proud of yourself today? How are you going to live for your future self today?”

“Your thought is what creates your emotion and your emotion then creates your actions, and then the actions you take are then what create your outcome or the results you get in the world.”

“Just becoming aware that your thoughts are creating your emotions is game changing for most people.”

“Who’s the person that achieves that thing you want to achieve? Someone who thinks differently than you do.”

“Is this thought creating an emotion that moves me closer to my goal or not.”

“If you can learn to manage your thinking around the little stuff… that’s when you life begins to change.”