Asking Powerful Questions. With Allison Task

Asking Powerful Questions with Allison Task

Asking powerful questions is fundamental to being attuned to ourselves and our children. Today, my guest, a life coach and mother of four, helps parents through life-changing transitions.

We Talked About

  • Helping career-driven women transition into Motherhood
  • Questions parents can ask themselves to tune in to themselves and their children
  • Staying attuned to family while traveling for work
  • Suggestions of what we can do to feel attuned to ourselves and to our child

Things to Remember

“Tune in to what you want and let go of visions of yourself that are no longer in sync with what you want.”

“There’s a big difference between what we think will happen when we have our child and what does happen.”

“Physically attuning with your child can be powerful and connecting.

“You’re here to co-regulate with them until they can regulate on their own.”

― Allison Task

Additional Resources

Montclair B.A.B.Y

It’s Not You, It’s the Dishes: How to Minimize Conflict and Maximize Happiness in Your Relationship. by Paula Szuchman and Jenny Anderson.  (originally published as Spousonomics)

You should’ve asked.

Everyday Blessings: The Inner Work Of Mindful Parenting. By Jon Kabat-Zinn and Myla Kabat-Zinn

Allison’s book Personal Revolution: How to Be Happy, Change Your Life, and Do That Thing You’ve Always Wanted to Do

Let’s Continue the conversation…

Now, Allison and I want to hear from you!

Curious about the impact of asking yourself some powerful questions? Tune in as my guest, Allison Task, shares insights on attunement and connection.

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More About My Guest

Allison Task is a bestselling author and life coach who has helped hundreds of people radically transform their lives by pursuing meaningful personal and career goals. She has a Human Development and Family Studies degree from Cornell University, a coaching certificate and Master’s Degree from New York University, and a culinary degree from the Institute of Culinary Education. She lives with her three children and two dogs in Montclair, N.J.

In addition to writing “Personal (R)evolution”, Allison is the author of “You Can Trust A Skinny Cook”, and “Lighten Up, America!” and was a contributor to “Cook Yourself Thin.” Prior to coaching, Allison was an on-camera cooking host, cookbook author, and marketing executive. She was a co-host of Lifetime’s Cook Yourself Thin and TLC’s Home Made Simple and host of Yahoo’s “Blue Ribbon Hunter.”

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