Thank you for listening to Finding Brave, ranked in the Top 100 Apple Podcasts in Careers! In honor of this wonderful holiday season, I’m happy to share my “Special Holiday Selections” for Finding Brave! These episodes offer what I hope you’ll find to be compelling and helpful messages that are great for exploring this time of year. I hope you find this episode, the very first episode of this podcast, instrumental in developing your strength, commitment and courage to make 2020 just what you want it to be.
In this first episode of Finding Brave, Kathy shares her deeply personal story about how she embarked on “Finding Brave” in her own life, and why mustering more bravery and courage is a vital endeavor for men and women around the world who want to live the highest version of themselves and reach their highest, most joyful potential.
She defines #FINDINGBRAVE as this: Recognizing — and courageously leveraging — what you’re made of as a human and spiritual being, and mustering the commitment, passion and courage to draw on all that you are to create the life you dream of, through the fear and the pain.
And she offers 10 essential ways to find brave in your life, with specific tips to get moving on your brave path.
Highlights from this Episode:
- Why “Finding Brave” is so important to Kathy and how the idea for this podcast that you’re listening to came to be [1:52]
- She didn’t know it, but Kathy was becoming a therapist even back at the age of 16 and a decision at 22 set the tone for much of her life [4:07]
- There are 12 hidden crises that working women face – and she faced all of them [5:52]
- A life changing conversation…[7:22]
- Why we go “underground” and stop using our own voices (men too) [10:57]
- What will really happen when we’re fake and hiding [12:07]
- Just networking with others isn’t enough – here’s what you need to do [23:04]
- Who the happiest group of people in the world are [26:57]
- The new frontier of bravery that Kathy is currently facing in her own life [37:20]
Links mentioned in this show:
Kathy’s 6 Dominant Action Styles quiz
Kathy’s TEDx Talk “Time To Brave Up”
Forbes Interview with Richie Norton: The Power of Starting Something ‘Stupid’
Forbes interview: 6 Ways Pushing Past Your Comfort Zone Is Critical To Success
Forbes article: Why We Don’t Speak Up Against Abuse of Others When We Know Of It
The Energy of Money by Maria Nemeth, Ph.D.
For more about Kathy’s upcoming book The Most Powerful You: 7 Bravery-Boosting Paths To Career Bliss, sign up for her weekly newsletter at https://kathycaprino.com for updates, free giveaways, contests, and more, coming in Spring 2020. And to discover if you are experiencing any of the 7 damaging power gaps today, take Kathy’s Power Gap Survey and find out!
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“Why I care about Finding Brave is I wasn’t brave enough for a full 18 years in my corporate life.” [3:16]
“I wasn’t brave enough. I didn’t know how to risk. I didn’t know what that felt like to believe in myself” [6:09]
“You’re going to make mistakes, that’s life. It’s not all going to be perfect. If it were perfect, why would we be here? Why would we be living?” [8:08]
“Really it’s time now. It’s time that we engage our spirits and our souls and our hearts.” [25:07]
“Get good with scared. Start to stretch way beyond your comfort zone and your life will change!” [33:35]
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