About Cristiana Blasutta
Cristiana Blasutta is an international Life and Health Coach.
Through her work she’s helped hundreds of people to find “an inner voice of
wisdom” that leads anyone to find their mission in this lifetime.
Cristiana received her training from the CTA (Coach Training Alliance) and
from the IIN (Institute for Integrative Nutrition) while she was living in the
US. She spent 12 years in the Seattle area, and moved to Italy in 2016.
Cristiana loves the beauty of life and she is attracted to beautiful souls.
In her coaching, as well as in her personal life, she likes to go deep and create
a “heart-to-heart” connection, the only one she believes can change lives for
With her sensitivity and intuition, Cristiana will help you discover your inner
light, your real beauty and shine.
If you want to contact her, you can reach her here: https://cristianablasutta.com/
In This Episode
First I have to come clean and say that I was listening to Cristiana with I don’t believe you filters on.
Even though its strange to admit it, I was doing the best that I could in that moment.
I love this quote of Maya Angelou: “do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better”.
There were points in the conversation that I was literally listening with my mouth wide open.
I couldn’t believe that there was truth in some of what she was saying.
The good news is that I didn’t stop myself, I showed up and was myself. I was being perfectly human.
I really used to care about what people would think or say about me.
Truth is we care more about what we think of ourselves than we care about what others think.
Don’t take my word for it, test it out yourself.
The next time you take something personally, notice what your inner critic will tell you.
I can almost guarantee that what you will hear is this: see I told you, you are and add whatever description it is you say to yourself.
People are only confirming what you already think about yourself, positive or negative.
If you didn’t think it already it wouldn’t make sense to you.
Cristiana and I are pretty much in agreement about the importance of being ourselves.
Her perspective is fresh, insightful and filled with love.
Listen to this episode and share your thoughts with me in the comments below.
I invite you to listen and to share it with anyone you think might benefit from listening.
If you would love to be a guest, or if you know someone who would be a great guest, please get in touch via email, or send me a personal message.