ReThink Your Health with Jen Madden

by Jen Madden

Are you great at taking care of everyone except yourself? Do you excel in your career but wonder why you feel stuck in your own life? Do people say you look like you have it all together and you secretly thank God that they don't know the truth? Life is hard. But it doesn’t have to be as hard as we make it. We are born as amazingly unique beings. Yet the world teaches us that there is an ideal life we should all want. As ...   ...  Read more

Podcast episodes

  • Do you love yourself?

    Do you love yourself?

    In this episode, I explore the profound and often elusive question: "Do you love yourself?" Tune in to gain valuable perspectives on what it truly means to love oneself and to find inspiration for cultivating a more profound and unconditional love for the most important person in your life: you. Learn more about my work:

  • Are you too connected?

    Are you too connected?

    A friend of mine recently shared a thought-provoking YouTube video featuring Mayim Bialik and her eye-opening two-week unplugged experiment. The impact it had on her was nothing short of profound. In an era increasingly dominated by technology, her journey serves as a potent reminder of the myriad benefits that come from disconnecting from our digital devices. While we all understand on an intellectual level that being constantly connected isn't ideal for our overall well-being, sometimes it's hard to break the habit. In this week's episode of ReThink Your Health, I challenge you to pause and reflect on how technology might be influencing your life. Take a listen.Watch Mayim Bialik's YouTube video:

  • Whole Brain Living - Part 2

    Whole Brain Living - Part 2

    Last week, I introduced you to Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor’s book "Whole Brain Living," her concept of the four characters of the brain. These characters represent different aspects of our cognitive and emotional processes and understanding them can help us lead a more balanced and fulfilling life. This week I continue the conversation and explore the B.R.A.I.N. Huddle, which I've found particularly valuable in understanding how each of these four characters can work together as you navigate your life. Learn more about me -

  • Whole Brain Living - Part 1

    Whole Brain Living - Part 1

    I recently had the pleasure of reading Jill Bolte Taylor's thought-provoking book, "Whole Brain Living," and I wanted to share some of the key insights and concepts that I found truly enlightening and inspiring. In this episode (Part 1), I explain the four characters of our brain that the author talks about in her book and how developing an awareness of how these characters show up for you will help you understand how you operate in this world a little better. Want to know more about me? Visit Follow me on Instagram @jenmaddencoaching

  • Success in the Ordinary

    Success in the Ordinary

    We often hear about chasing big dreams, achieving monumental milestones, and living life in extraordinary ways. While these pursuits are indeed inspiring, I believe that there's something truly remarkable about finding fulfillment and success in the everyday, seemingly mundane tasks that make up our lives. During this week's episode, I challenge you to embrace your daily routines as the key to a happier life. Want to find out more about me? Visit Follow me on Instagram @jenmaddencoaching