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Courage Hackers seeks to help you become more confident, overcome overthinking and find the courage to take action towards your goals. Get bite-sized audio masterclasses in personal growth, professional development, self leadership with actionable inspiration delivered in a radically transparent, tough-love style.

Courage Hackers Podcast Nesha V. Frazier

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 22 Ratings

Courage Hackers seeks to help you become more confident, overcome overthinking and find the courage to take action towards your goals. Get bite-sized audio masterclasses in personal growth, professional development, self leadership with actionable inspiration delivered in a radically transparent, tough-love style.

    You never needed permission to be

    You never needed permission to be

    A seat at the table. What exactly does it mean to aspire to a seat at the table. Have you ever asked yourself that? What exactly does that goal mean to or for you? For some of us, aspiring to a seat at the table is another form of permission for us to be ourselves and live within our truth. We create this goal and await for validation. We secretly look at others blazing a trail down the path of our goals because we lack the courage to lean into our potential if proof of success doesn't exist. Today's episode is to remind you that the fabric of your being is one that was created with strength, courage and wisdom. It's been inside of you all along. You have already had the proof that you and your dreams are possible. /// Follow me on IG @neshavfrazier /// Don't forget to rate and review the show!

    • 10 min
    Three things you can do to survive a rough patch in your relationship

    Three things you can do to survive a rough patch in your relationship

    I've been with my husband for 14 years and married for almost eight. I thought being a mom would be the hardest thing I've done. It 's not always a walk in the park. But marriage is by far the hardest thing I've ever done. It's not hard because of the reasons that may immediately come to mind. It's hard because I have ZERO control over my husband as I do my children. I can't bark out a command or order and just expect him to submit like a child. It's also harder because the complacency within a relationship is real. Add more layers like kids, careers, hobbies, friends, etc and complacency just makes itself right at home. You have to be mindful of where you are and how you are performing within your relationship. Surviving a rough patch is no different. Many people give up too easily within a rough patch of a relationship because they think it means that you're not meant to be together. But rough patches aren't all created equally. Sometimes, we play a role in creating them because we've lost sight of our role within our relationships. Today's episode walks you through three things you can do to survive a rough patch within your relationship: 1) Find the RIGHT support system - create an engaged board of directors 2) Customize the job description - check in on your performance regularly 3) Check yourself Don't forget to follow and subscribe to show. Please leave a rating and review if you've enjoyed today's episode. Tag me on Linkedin or IG @neshavfrazier

    • 17 min
    God wants you to prosper | Motivation to keep going

    God wants you to prosper | Motivation to keep going

    Beloved, I pray that you may prosper in all things and be in health, just as your soul prospers. - 3 John 1:2
    Have you already given up on your new year's resolutions? Have you already started to lose motivation? What do you do to remind yourself that you can't quit? How do you remind yourself to keep going, even when you no longer believe that your goals are for you? Today's episode speaks to God's promise of prosperity over your life. It's a bit of a motivation to remind you that your goals have already been promised, you just have to find your fight.    /// This episode was inspired by a conversation of someone pouring into me. So it only felt right to pour into you because I know that many of you have already given up on your new year new you goals. 2020 was a year. We all know this. What better way to honor God's promise over your life than to not give up in 2021.  /// Don't forget to rate & review the show! /// Follow me on IG @neshavfrazier /// Motivational podcast / Personal growth podcast / Self Development podcast / Self Leadership Coaching 

    • 9 min
    Three ways to embrace your mistakes as lessons | Learn from your mistakes

    Three ways to embrace your mistakes as lessons | Learn from your mistakes

    {Don't forget to follow, subscribe and leave a review} Today's episode we talk about me finally going live on IG (click to watch the IGTV version of this episode) Something that I was terrified to do for whatever reason. It's a funny thing, being afraid of things that will progress your goals because you're afraid of judgement, afraid of making a mistake or just plain afraid of being uncomfortable on social media. If you're a fan of this podcast, then you know that I am actively working at becoming more vulnerable by doing things that scare me. Let me be the first to tell you: this is not fun. I am reminding myself to have fun (did you catch my Reel?) And reminding myself that on the other side of fear isn't embarrassment or shame. It's my future self waiting on me to figure it out so we can move on. Learn how to reframe your mistakes as lessons with these three simple steps to move forward. Today's episode shares: How do you overcome yourself and your fears: - Remember that nothing changes if you don’t change - Nesha’s five-second rule re-imagined How I productively overcome my mistakes: - Thomas Edison story - Give yourself permission to make mistakes without judgement or criticism - Experiment as much as you needed with building up to confidence How I navigate thru change when experimenting: - I remind myself that I set the pace and tone for the standards in my life – no one else - I remain stubborn in my vision but flexible in how it’s realized

    • 17 min
    Change is inevitable & vital to your success | Motivational Minute

    Change is inevitable & vital to your success | Motivational Minute

    There's a lot going on right now that may have made you believe that change was too much or too scary to do. The presidential election, the pandemic and so much more. The current state of your life may be overwhelming. It may make you believe that you now have the confirmation you needed to stand still and just accept the way things are. That's nonsense. 

    Change is not only inevitable but it is vital to your growth. You are not the greatest that you will ever be. You physical body continuously evolves to ensure of that. No matter what you may think to be true about your growth, it won't happen standing still for too long. 

    Share this episode with anyone who may needed to be reminded. Or screenshot and share to your IG or Linkedin. Tag me on IG or Linkedin: @neshavfrazier 

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    • 11 min
    Life update | Returning to work | Paying off over $30K in debt

    Life update | Returning to work | Paying off over $30K in debt

    I had to take a step back from my podcast for a few reasons. The main one being that I had a lot on my plate and I recognized that I could do it all, but I knew that I shouldn't. I returned to work from my maternity leave and I can't say that I was thrilled about being in the office again. It was really hard for me to navigate through the some things that I knew weren't conducive to my success. But I'm not at a place where my job is optional yet so I had to figure out the best way to protect myself. Also, we've paid off over $30K in debt! Yep! I made a public announcement on my Building Money Mindset episode that I would be debt free by the time I was 40 and a millionaire by the time I was 45. I had no clue what tat would require or how we would get there. I made that claim with myself on my 35th birthday. Here were are just minutes away from my 36th birthday and I am so proud of what we've been able to accomplish. God is good. Find me on IG or Linkedin, share this episode and tag me @neshavfrazier

    • 14 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

Adgsparkles ,

Great podcast

So clear, easy to listen to and great content...small nuggets that I can take and apply to my day to day journey.

Brittany Peiffer ,

Great advice!

The topics Nesha covers are easy to take and use in everyday life. I find myself in situations where I think back to advice she's given and I'm able to deal with whatever it is in a better way! Definitely listen!!

T. Scip ,

Great Content: Powerful & Inspirational

Nesha your Podcast is great! You have a great radio voice, but a face for TV 😊. The content was on point and your delivery was fluid.

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