Bite-sized chunks of wisdom about self-leadership for you to chew on.
The Importance of Rest
Rest is a crucial part of life. Especially when we are stressed and things are busy. In this episode, Kate discusses rest as a radical act and rest as the foundation of productivity.
Connecting with Your Inner Sage
Your Inner Sage is capable of handling every situation you might encounter. All you have to do is learn how to put it in charge. In this episode, Kate helps you get to know this very powerful part of your consciousness.
The Anatomy of Fear
Many of our self-sabotaging behaviors are overactive responses to fear. In this episode, Kate describes the anatomy of fear and discusses how understanding that anatomy can help us learn more appropriate fear responses.
Connecting to the Largest Possible Community
We all belong exactly where we are, but we don’t always feel like we belong. In this episode, Kate describes a powerful way of increasing our felt sense of belonging.
Cultivate Courage Through Commitment
One powerful way to overcome the disruptive effects of fear is through commitment. In this episode, Kate discusses some ways to think about and work with commitment.
Feelings Need to be Validated, Not Obeyed
Emotions are messages from our non-cognitive intelligences about the state of our world and what actions we might want to take. We need to take them seriously, but we don’t want to be ruled by them.
Nuggets of wisdom!
There are lots of things to love about Kate's Nuggets, which offers some real gems of organizational and motivational wisdom gleaned from what's clearly a deep understanding over a long tenure working with this material. My favorite feature, though, is how NUGGET-SIZED these podcast episodes are! Ranging from a few minutes to several minutes, they're easily consumed and easily digested. Plenty of podcasts I'd love to follow have hour-long episodes, 90-minute episodes, three-hour episodes... yikes! Thanks to Kate Arms and Signal Fire Coaching for presenting their material in a format I can absorb and reflect on during my drive to work or while walking the dogs.