Notes on Courage
Inner work for outer action.
In episode 2, I have two stories to share about how I've befriended my fear and learned to discern real vs perceived threats. In either circumstance, courage is what's needed to make a decision that will expand your life rather than restrict it.
If you would like to have a conversation about the content of today's cast, I invite you to join me over in my private Facebook group: The Resilient Soul Sanctuary. It's a safe space, where you can share your own reflections and start a conversation about how courage shows up in your own life.
Before I leave you to it, I wanted to let you know that CourageCast is now available on iTunes and will soon be on Stitcher too! If you like what you hear, I'd appreciate a review!
My mission in life is to break people open so they can make waves of change in this world. Courage and resilience is at the heart of this work and I'm ready to level up and take my (self-proclaimed) role as a courage catalyst to the next level!
So, on the third birthday of courageous heARTS, I introduce you to CourageCast - my newest offering to the world. This podcast will explore courage in all its messy glory. I'll share some of my own stories and experiences of courage (the fails and the triumphs) and will interview change makers who are embodying courage and challenging status quo.
This first episode is the start of a new kind of community for me. I hope you'll join me on the journey and share your insights, questions, stories and suggestions as we go!
Nuggets from the episode:
Questions for you:
What questions do you have about courage? What gets in the way for you? Where do you struggle with it the most?
I want to call attention to everyday courage and change makers who are making waves in this world. Who do you want to hear from?
About the blog:
This space holds thoughts and ideas generated from my personal journey of healing and recovery from trauma, co-dependency, and white supremacy culture. Opinions are entirely my own.