EP 046: More Courage, Less Fear with Kate Swoboda
This episode is all about courage and the reason why I love the whole idea of living a courageous life is what it leads to. When we’re on the edge of what is kind of uncomfortable, (I say this all of the time, my like feels like a constant wedgie because it’s always a little uncomfortable) what we get to experience by living on our edge and stepping into the things that terrify us, leads to so much. It’s truly where the magic happens. We’re not going to be able to understand how incredible we are until we push the edge of it and really explore what it is.
Kate Swoboda is Director of the Courageous Living Coach Certification at TribeCLCC.com and creator of YourCourageousLife.com, where she teaches people how to change old patterns of self-doubt and create courageous habits (and courageous lives) using the neuropsychology of habit-formation. Her first book, The Courage Habit: How to Accept Your Fears, Release the Past, and Live Your Courageous Life (New Harbinger Publications) will be on shelves in spring 2018.
In this episode, Kate shares:
5:07- The foundation of courage and how to access it.
10:28- How fear based behaviors become our default actions.
15:50- What fear actually means and the most effective way to heal our relationship with it.
20:10- The role fear plays in our lives.
24:37- What to do when we have a fear of failure.
YouTube Videos Referenced in the episode:
Shit new aged girls say: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iOavbyDKSi0
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