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Sister Interview: Alli Worthington

Alli Worthington has a mantra, “Show up. Be real. Love others. Don’t quit.” As a mom to five boys, wife, business coach, Director of Propel Women, an author and speaker, she was forced to face some fears when her husband became ill a few years ago. A woman who was juggling more than seems humanly possible was faced with the limitations of her very human reality.

As Alli faced her fears, she found there were some things she could do to manage them. She shares her wisdom with the sisterhood. Alli calls the things to avoid The Five Bad B’s: Busyness, Blame, Binge, Bury and Brood. But not to worry Alli also has the counterpart to what we should avoid: The Four Good A’s. These are Awareness, Avoid (the Bad B’s), Asking Jesus for help, and Attack the problem.

You won’t be surprised that Alli is a seasoned business coach with a strategic approach to tackling problems. This conversation is the epitome of the sisterhood. Part practical and part inspirational, it’s the perfect episode to help you get out of a winter rut.

You can find Alli at her website or on Facebook and Instagram.

Listen to our conversation here.

A few things you heard mentioned on the show:

University of Tennessee


Daniel Pink

Alli’s books:

Christine Caine


Alli’s go to easy chicken recipe: Place Tyson frozen chicken breasts and a jar of Sweet Baby Ray’s barbeque sauce in the crockpot

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