In episode #91, Mel and Trish chat to anxiety coach Kim Adams about high functioning anxiety, extroverts, and introverts and why she believes finding your passion and purpose is over-rated.
Kim spent 20 years working in law enforcement organisations and absolutely loved her job managing research and evaluation programs. She felt valued and a sense of belonging. When her job disappeared due to an organisational restructure, this outwardly confident, inwardly anxious girl found her world came crashing down.
It led to a critical re-examining of who she was, what she was doing and where she was headed. Armed with a degree in psychology and a masters in management, Kim set herself on a path of spirituality and healing and is now focused on helping midlife women with high-functioning anxiety cultivate radical self-acceptance, release self-limiting beliefs and anxiety using a blend of psychology and grounded spirituality.
It’s not all serious though – Kim has a few fun facts up her sleeve including that one time, she volunteered to be tasered & a few adventures in Cuba.
Enjoy the clarity and fascinating perspective of Kim Adams.