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Everyday Courage

Author: Jillian Johnsrud | ChooseFI Media

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Want a life that's true to yourself and your values and dreams? The Everyday Courage podcast will help you get unstuck, find direction and overcome challenges. Using insights and humor from her professional and personal experience, Jillian Johnsrud will help you become a little more courageous every day in the choices you make to develop your career, your relationships, and your mindset.
19 Episodes
Being good with money starts with being comfortable talking about money. Tori explains how her parents helped her understand being a business owner and managing college costs, which transferred into adulthood of negotiating wages and having money dates. Download the free workbook to design your own money date.
Jillian is back with a new hot mess. The Hot Mess Joy Club (Part 2) covers a particularly painful moment in the dressing room and forgetting an important milestone for her daughter.
The Debt Free Guys, John and David, join Jillian to uncover the secret to living fabulously without going broke. Spoiler alert: it meant digging up the financial truth about their debt in order to make serious changes going forward.
When Jillian and her husband first got together, they never seemed to be on the same page when it came to finances. Arguments ensued, but they found the solution. Jillian walks you through this simple solution to couple money arguments: the fun money account.
Does investing make you nervous? That’s totally normal. Amanda Holden from Invested Development joins Jillian to clear the air and the anxiety about investing with the simple idea of containers.
Mr. Money Mustache (MMM), one of the well-known FIRE movement figures, joins Jillian to discuss how to optimize money so you can create the life of which you have dreamed.
As we close out this season it is a good time to reflect on all the ideas from the show that culminate to the idea of creating space and making it a great year. If you want to make this a great year you are going to have to let some things go, and this episode provides some insight on how you might go about that.
Have you ever struggled with your knowing who you are as a person? Kayla Wells, Jillian's former assistant, joins her on the show to talk about finding her identity and gaining the professional confidence to pursue her passions,
In this episode Jillian answers questions from you, our listeners. She takes a look creating compelling goals, getting on the same page with a spouse, and parenting intuition.
Life is hard, and it can be hard to find the time especially when you want to do all the things. This episode is to encourage you to lean in to the things you need to, and create that space.
Sometimes we can get distracted by a new hobby, book, or life pursuit. Jillian speaks with David Cain from Raptitude about focusing in and going deeper in the things that are already in our lives rather than branching and getting derailed by things for which we truly don't have the time.
It's been a long day, you managed to lose your glasses while they are sitting on your face. You are holding your phone in one hand and trash in the other, and throw out the wrong one. Your life feels like a hot mess. Jillian is here to commiserate with you.
We can often get so wrapped up in our need for perfection that we lose sight of what is important. Jillian talks with Andrea Robinson, creator of the You Do You Journal, about how Andrea escaped her need for perfection and external validation, and learned to love herself.
It's easy to identify the really awful things in our life that should go, but what about when things are just mediocre? Jillian talks about the importance of picking out the things that are a six so that we can have a "nothing wasted" kind of life.
Sometimes we find ourselves in a dark place with no respite in sight. In this episode Jillian talks with Deanna Broaddus from Recovering Women Wealth about the road to recovery from addiction and debt.
How to find the right sized goals. We often overestimate what are able to accomplish in a year, but underestimate what we are able to accomplish in a decade.
Intention is great, but how do we turn intention into action and in the process create a new lasting identity? Jillian talks with NY Times best selling Author James Clear about his book Atomic Habits
Jillian shares her strategy for celebrating the end of the year wins with her husband and what they look forward to in the coming year.
Jillian shares a conversation she had with Kerry Ann Rockquemore (recorded at her retreat in Montana 2019). The focus of the conversation was finding the courage to move on from a toxic work environment and find or build your dream job
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