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The Elegant Warrior is a podcast for all of those who want to ask for what they want and get it, with elegance. Heather Hansen interviews guests like activist, mom and actress Kelly Rutherford, authors BJ Fogg and Nir Eyal, ABC Legal Analyst and host of Live PD Dan Abrams, and many more, discussing how they define elegance and how they maintain it in times of trial. 
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Elegant Warrior Podcast with Heather Hansen Heather Hansen

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    • 5.0 • 89 Ratings

The Elegant Warrior is a podcast for all of those who want to ask for what they want and get it, with elegance. Heather Hansen interviews guests like activist, mom and actress Kelly Rutherford, authors BJ Fogg and Nir Eyal, ABC Legal Analyst and host of Live PD Dan Abrams, and many more, discussing how they define elegance and how they maintain it in times of trial. 
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    An Update…

    An Update…

    In today’s solo episode, I’m announcing a change to The Elegant Warrior podcast.
     
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    • 3 min
    My Top 10 Books of 2022

    My Top 10 Books of 2022

    As an avid reader, I’m excited to share that I read nearly 200 books in 2022. In today’s solo episode, we will take a look at my top 10 book choices from the year and discuss the impact they had on me. 
    My Book Choices:
    House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune The Change by Kirsten Miller Wrong Place Wrong Time by Gillian McAllister Remarkably Bright Creatures by Shelby Van Pelt Iona Iverson’s Rules for Commuting by Clare Pooley Why Greatness Cannot Be Planned by Kenneth O. Stanley Mindfulness by Ellen Langer Into the Magic Shop by James Doty Golden: The Power of Silence in a World of Noise by Justin Zorn and Leigh Marz Against Empathy by Paul Bloom Honorable Mentions:
    Demon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver Put Your Ass Where Your Heart Wants to Be by Steven Pressfield  
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    • 23 min
    Choose Your Word for 2023

    Choose Your Word for 2023

    Many are taking on the practice of choosing a “Word of the Year” so that, instead of setting a lot of different resolutions, you select one single word to be your focus for the new year. I will discuss why choosing a word helps you stay motivated and intentional, and I will walk you through my process for selecting my word.
    ~ WE’LL DISCUSS ~
    How words have energy and we should be conscious how we use them Why I don’t believe in ‘how-to’ and what I prefer instead What I thought would be my word for 2023, but why I changed my mind Listen to my previous podcast, Planning for the New Year…in October
     
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    • 19 min
    Courage to Own Your Brilliance with Candace Doby

    Courage to Own Your Brilliance with Candace Doby

    Candace Doby explains how we can develop courage professionally and personally, and why courage looks different on everyone. 
    ~ WE’LL DISCUSS ~
    Why risk is at the center of courage Three questions we should always ask ourselves How we can activate courage as though it were a muscle How to act courageously without the worry of appearing arrogant How fear of judgment is the most common obstacle to courage About Candace Doby:
    Candace Doby is a speaker, author of A Cool Girl’s Guide To Courage, and coach who works with organizations to create a culture of courage where employees perform at their highest potential. She is the creator of The Courage Hotline podcast and host of The Own Your Brilliance retreat.  
    Candace combines a decade of research on courage with her experiences leading marketing teams at Chipotle and traveling the world solo. This unique combination equips her with the implementable strategies she has shared with thousands of leaders to help them courageously speak up, step up and show up in the workplace. Her work has been featured on MSNBC and NPR. 
    Candace’s book, A Cool Girl’s Guide to Courage
    Candace’s book recommendation, The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz and We Should All Be Millionaires by Rachel Rodgers
     
    To learn more about Candace Doby, visit the links below:
    Website: candacedoby.com 
    Speaker Reel
    Podcast: The Courage Hotline with Candace Doby
    Instagram: @candacedoby
    Facebook: CandaceDoby
     
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    • 27 min
    The Tools to Build Belief

    The Tools to Build Belief

    What do you want to believe? And do you want to change what others believe about you? I will discuss the tools I’ve used in the courtroom and in my life to successfully make believe.
    ~ WE’LL DISCUSS ~
    Why helping someone believe something goes beyond simply saying it repeatedly The story I told myself, and evidence I collected, in order to believe I could embrace something new The difference between collecting evidence and creating it, and how both are helpful  
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    • 21 min
    How to Change--a Habit, a Culture, a Team, a Life

    How to Change--a Habit, a Culture, a Team, a Life

    What is something you really want to change? Do you believe you can do it? In this solo episode, I’ll share my 4-step process for successfully making any change in your life, professionally and personally.
    ~ WE’LL DISCUSS ~
    How to change by learning to advocate When you need to change your behavior and when you need to change yourself How to collect evidence to prove you can make the change How to find a different story to tell yourself in order to believe you can do it Book mentioned:
    Atomic Habits by James Clear
    Immunity to Change by Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey
     
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    • 24 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
89 Ratings

89 Ratings

greytok ,

A new favorite...

I'm so glad I found Heather's podcast. Insightful, easy to listen to, thought-provoking and leaves me better than I came. Thank you Heather for checking all the boxes plus some magic✨

Maree L. Artist ,

Heather coaches for a more confident and empowered self!

In this podcast, Heather offers a wealth of knowledge to develop super powers to be our most confident and expansive selves. She does this with evidence backed learnings based on her expertise and experiences as a top trial lawyer in Pennsylvania. Highly recommend to all who want to explore and perfect their ability and power to advocate for themselves!

Kerri Konik ,

Best time spent listening to podcasts

HH has a great system to advocate for ourselves, and win what we want to get from life. She is smart, obviously, and she is generous, relatable, brave and kind. She’s a great resource, speaker and advisor, and she’s a great woman.

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