On this week’s episode of Unleashing YOUR Great Work, we are going VIRAL! Leading relationship expert, TikTok sensation, and former pop star, Dr. Kimberly Moffit takes us along on her Great Work journey.

Starting as a musician at a young age and then transitioning to a career in Counseling Psychology, Dr. Moffit reveals that much of her life has been about learning, “What do people want to know about?” With social media, she loves to share funny and relatable tips and tricks and with therapy, we can explore the extended version. 

When we met at a networking event I had no idea that I was talking to a former Canadian pop star, turned therapist, turned TikTok sensation with more than a million followers. 

What I did know was that I was speaking with one of the nicest, most authentic people in the room. 

And that candor, intelligence, and kindness carried right along into her podcast interview. 

I’m so glad we had this chance to talk, because her perspective on Great Work is informed by the highs and the lows of being in the public eye for decades.

Join us as we discuss: 

02:04 Dr. Kimberly’s great work.

04:39 How Dr. Kimberly got started with viral content.

06:49 How to create viral content that’s very relatable.

09:22 The challenges of being a YouTuber – Deal with haters online.

13:06 The message behind the message.

16:37 How Dr. Kimberly acknowledges all types of relationships in her contents

22:58 The biggest challenges and biggest lessons learned in transitioning from being a musician to being a psychotherapist. 

26:44 Find the right, build that mission and achieve that mission together. 

28:17 You have to stay on your own plane, you’re always going to be one step ahead of anyone copying you.

32:37 Dr. Kimberly’s Northstar – Where does she hope to head over the long term? 

About the author

Dr. Amanda Crowell is a cognitive psychologist and business coach who helps accidental entrepreneurs get more clients and have a bigger impact. She is the author of Great Work, the host of the Unleashing Your Great Work podcast, and the creator of the Great Work Journals. Amanda's TEDx talk has received almost two million views and has been featured on TED's Ideas blog and Ted Shorts. Her ideas have also been featured on NPR, Al Jazeera, The Wall Street Journal, Quartz, and Thrive Global.