LifeDoneDifferent.ly

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Summary

Hi all - this conversation with Katey Wiseman was a bit of an impromptu experiment. A friend and I got chatting to Katey in The Walrus pub in Brighton. I'm sure Katey won't mind me saying this but Katey is a normal person, she has to balance work, being a mum and relationships in the same way we all have to balance things. But Katey was waiting to rehearse with La Bordello Boheme, a beginners burlesque show (not normal!) and once Katey had worked out we weren't complete weirdo's she started to share her story of how she'd moved from 12 years in a not very nice relationship with confidence at a low point to taking her clothes off in public. It was clear Katey is no extrovert so I wanted to find out more about the steps she took to rebuild her confidence and this is the conversation that followed a few weeks later.

Show Notes

We met up a few weeks later and Katey told me more. More about: 
  • The wasted years of her life and how she started to doubt people were good
  • Noticing she was angry with herself and everyone around her
  • The point at which she decided not to be angry
  • How she became braver, how she started to change
  • How the simple act of liking an instagram post became the first step of her journey 
  • The importance of her friends who act as her support team
  • The moment when she realised she was strong 
  • Her brother's suggestion to make a list of the things she wanted to do
  • The difference between confidence and self-esteem
  • How getting out of her comfort zone gives her confidence
  • How liberating it can be to take your clothes off in public
  • What happens when you bring what you want and what you need together
La Bordello Boheme Burlesque
The Walrus Pub Brighton




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Do you wonder whether there’s another way?
Another, more creative, more meaningful approach to living your life. Well there is and there’s a growing movement of people from all kinds of walks of life who are proving that the way we end up doing what we do in life is often a side effect of external forces. Rather than a deliberate, conscious and authentic set of choices that have come from you and your unique needs. What are you chasing? Success? Safety? Fame? Fortune? Recognition?
Have you stopped to think recently why you’re doing what your doing with your life? Are the stories that you're creating today the ones that you hope your grandchildren will be telling to their children? Are you creating your legacy?