Revisiting Working Through Self-Sabotage with Tyson Derksen (Originally aired 1/10/22)

Here at Calm, Cool, and Connected, every so often we love to revisit episodes that have been particularly transformative. Enjoy this retrospective episode on navigating and avoiding self-sabotage.

All journeys of self-improve and transformation are bound to hit some snags. It’s easy to fall into the trap of self-sabotage and walk back any progress you’ve made. So how do you work through the inevitable setbacks or self-sabotage tendencies?

Today Dr. Elizabeth is joined by special guest Tyson Derksen. A long-time health and fitness enthusiast, Tyson channeled his passions into a successful career as a weight-loss coach. He has invaluable experience helping clients navigate self-sabotage and he’s here today to share some advice and tips to help you on your own journey. Regardless of the type of transformation or goal you’re working towards, Tyson’s message of grace, self-compassion, and encouragement is exactly what you.

Key Takeaways from Liz’s chat with Jonathan:

• Hear about Tyson’s background as a weight-loss coach
• Learn about his own body / mind transformation journey
• Find out how self-sabotage challenges Jason’s clients
• Learn how you can work through your own self-sabotage
• Hear how you can transform your mind as well as your body.

All of this and more, on this episode of Calm, Cool and Connected.

Learn more about Tyson Derksen:
On his Instagram: @tyson_derksen
On his Facebook: @tysonderksenfit
On his website:

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Connect with Dr, Fedrick on Instagram: @drelizabethfedrick

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