I AM ENOUGH. Marisa Peer, world-renowned speaker, RTT trainer and best-selling author, and I delve into how we are always enough. Grab yourself a notepad + pen, you won’t want to miss a thing.

Learn Marisa’s strategies to address the ‘race to be enough’ and how society teaches us to feel unworthy. We explore how women and girls are judged on appearance, sigh… This is one life-changing episode filled with inspiration, just like Marisa herself, it’s pure gold.

Marisa Peer is a world renowned speaker, Rapid Transformational Therapy trainer and best-selling author.  She has nearly three decades of experience as a therapist and has been named Best British Therapist by Men’s Health magazine and featured in Tatler’s Guide to Britain’s 250 Best Doctors. Marisa has spent nearly three decades treating clientents including international superstars, CEOs, Royalty, and Olympic athletes. She has helped thousands of people to overcome profound personal issues. Besides being a national magazine columnist, she has been featured on media outlets and television shows including GMTV, Lorraine Kelly, This Morning, Sky News, ITV News, BBC News, Channel 4 News, BBC Radio, Supersize Versus Superskinny, Celebrity Fit Club, Celebrity Big Brother, and I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here. She has appeared on numerous television programs and news channels in America, Scandinavia, Japan, Africa and throughout Europe.


  • The “a ha moment” that led Marisa to become a therapist
  • The strategy she uses to address the “race to be enough”
  • What she can’t STAND about rewarding achievement
  • Lessons on how society is teaching us to feel unworthy
  • Her wisdom on how to overcome your belief that you are not enough
  • A powerful lesson on how women/girls are being judged based on appearance
  • The surprising truth about the increasing numbers of teens and children who do self harm
  • Her go-to process when supporting others
  • A lesson on her therapy RTT   



  • “When you start to believe something, it comes true, whether it is good or bad”
  • “Women have a lot more guilt than men”
  • “Women will be judged on what they deliver AND on how they look and that is the imbalance”
  • “The mind doesn’t care if it is right or wrong, true or false”
  • “When you are negative, you invite illness”
  • “Our mind loves what is familiar”
  • “Everything starts with a thought”
Once you push the ends of your comfort zone out, they never come back in, you can never take that experience away from you. (15)


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