Are you living your bravest life? In today’s fearful world, living bravely has become indispensable for living well.
Join best-selling author Dr Margie Warrell as she shares practical wisdom and empowering conversations with world-renowned thought leaders such as Marianne Williamson, Steve Forbes, Sri Sri Ravi Shanker and Tal Ben-Shahar that get to the heart of what holds us back.
This podcast will inspire you to master fear, reframe failure and find the courage to step fully into your own power to enjoy greater success and fulfillment in your work, relationships and life.
Want to be a change-maker but too often doubt if you can? Listen, dare, then do.
Veronica Tsepkala: A life in exile & standing up for principle, in Belarus & everywhere
Belarusian Veronica Tsapkala embodies the courage required to lead change in the most challenging of circumstances. Fearing political persecution in Belarus after her husband Valery Tsepkalo was denied registration in the 2020 Belarus Presidential election by President Lukashenko, Veronica was forced to flee her country. She has since become a passionate voice for democracy in Belarus. In our conversation, Veronica shares her vision for her homeland while calling each of us to be vocal in standing up for the principles and the freedom we can so easily take for granted.
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100th episode! It’s always a good time to be braver with your life
In this 100th episode of the Live Brave Podcast, I share 5 ways you can be braver in your life, starting with focusing on the bravest vision for your future. Of course, setting a bold goal doesn’t mean you’ll land on your feet every time, but as I share in this episode, it’s not what you accomplish from living bravely that matters near as much as who you become in the process of daring to try.
Resources for this episode:
Live Brave Women’s Weekend Take my free Live Bravely video course You've Got This! Blog post: Give More Grace – To Yourself, To Others
Robert Glazer: Learn how to fail well and stop believing everything you tell yourself
How often do you risk failure? Chances are it’s not near as often as would be serving you. As I discussed with entrepreneur Robert Glazer, the difference between winners and losers lies in how they win and how they lose. Our tendency to over-personalize failure keeps us from taking the very actions that would help us fail forward and succeed faster. If you’ve been holding back from trying something new, or particularly attached to your comfort zone, then please listen up!
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AJ Vaden: Find your ’super power’ and use it to serve (and solve problems!)
My conversation with AJ Vaden, co-founder of the Brand Builders Group, explores how each of us can share our unique gifts and express our one-of-a-kind brand of brilliance most powerfully in the world. In sharing her own journey of discovering her unique ’super power’ AJ has learned how each of us can find within ourselves everything we need to build our reputation for solving problems in ways that no one else can. If you sometimes wonder if you’re on the right path or want to step more fully into your unique purpose and power, you’ll enjoy where our conversation takes us.
Get your free consult with BrandBuilds Group at margiewarrell.com/brand-you Download your free You’ve Got This Manifesto here Learn more about the Live Brave Women’s Weekend Feb 2022
Chapter 6: Embrace Setbacks - Transform adversity to rise to higher ground
Life is full of stressors - situations that have the potential to trigger a neural highjack and send us into a downward spiral of negative emotions. In this episode, I share the steps from my SOAR approach detailed in Chapter 6 of Stop Playing Safe to rising above those situations that too often pull us down and keep us responding to our challenges more constructively and with greater clarity, calm and courage.
Grab your copy of Stop Playing Safe here
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Chester Elton: Why making gratitude a habit helps beat overwhelm and anxiety
My conversation with Chester Elton, bestselling leadership author explores how you can curb overwhelm, manage anxiety and live more gratefully. It’s a conversation rich in laughter and practical strategies you can use to become more of the calm, centered and big-hearted person you aspire to be.
More about Chester here
Chester's latest books: Leading with Gratitude and Anxiety at Work
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Loving the conversation, the push and inspiration to live brave for a bigger reason. Marian and Ron each added something to this. Keep podding!