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Everyday Courage with Jillian Johnsrud

Everyday Courage with Jillian Johnsrud

Author: The Unstuck Network

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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.
40 Episodes
1000 Seeds

1000 Seeds


“I have an hour. Maybe I can help.” This phrase has helped move Jillian into spaces of growth and relational development. Learn how living generously can reshape the way you network.
Are you stuck? Join Jillian and Kerry Ann Rockquemore as they nudge us towards embracing weakness and learning to ask for what we need.
Best in the Biz

Best in the Biz


Season 4 is all about the Best in the Biz. I'm curious how people have accomplished amazing things in entrepreneurship, partnerships, and the 9-5. What tools and mindsets have helped them along the way? And how "showing up" is 70% of the journey.
Jillian and Nick True (Mapped Out Money) discuss how our relationship with money is less about how much we make and more about the underlying feelings, attitudes, and habits.
Bobby and Coral Hoyt weren't sure what they wanted to do professionally after high school. They started as teachers only to discover this wasn't an ideal fit. They share how they paid off debt and found work they love through trial and error.
Jillian tackles your questions around how to set boundaries, deal with conflict and handle other's disappointment. Being you, bravely, means finding the boundaries in relationships.
A learning disability and tragedy shaped Doc G's childhood. He shares how he used that experience to create the very best version of himself and shape his career trajectory.
Fear and embarrassment abound in this Hot Mess (Joy) Club episode. From old fears of "what if no one comes to my birthday party" to getting pulled over in a van so messy, the police requested backup.
Gretchen Rubin talks about the Obliger tendency from her book the 4 Tendencies. If you have ever felt like you put other's needs before your own goals, this is a must-listen!
Jillian explains why most affirmations set people up for failure. And how to write affirmations that will slowly change your perspectives and actions, even on hard days.
Family and cultural expectations don't always point us in the direction we should go. Paula Pant shared the struggle of disappointing her parents and how she managed other's disapproval while creating an amazing life for herself.
When we shove old hurts under the rug and avoid them, we can be easily triggered. How to we become more fully integrated with our past so we can bring our full selves into new situations? Jillian shares her journey and some helpful tips for others getting started.
Being clear about your boundary's, wants, and expectations can be terrifying for people pleasers! Jillian talks to Brad about an old fight they had and how they could have used "clear is kind" communication to handle it differently.
Jillian talks about her least favorite advice she hears, "Find Your Passion!" Instead, she breaks down how to go about growing your passion step by step. "Finding Your Passion" doesn't work like a game of hide and seek. There is a process anyone can use.
Dave Hollis shares how he was struggling through a mid-life crisis, leaning too much on alcohol. His wife, Rachel Hollis, helped inspire him to reexamine his hesitation around tools he had long disregarded, like therapy, retreats, and self-help. His new book, Get Out of Your Own Way, is truly a skeptics guide to self-help.
Be You, Bravely

Be You, Bravely


What does it mean to "Be You, Bravely"? Jillian explores how boundaries, clear communication, and figuring out your path requires courage but also allows us to be fully ourselves.
Figuring out how to invest is a challenge for many, including Jillian. By the time she and her husband started investing, they had paid off all their debt and saved up a lot of cash. Like many people, Jillian waited far too long to start investing. She was scared, intimidated and didn't really understand it. JL Collins says this is all too common, and he is here to make investing simple.
Stefanie O'Connell, a champion for helping women conquer their work and worth, joins Jillian to discuss money mindsets. Stefanie dives into the impact your mindset can have on your earning potential and your ability to take risks with work.
Season 2 of the Everyday Courage podcast is all about how to be good with money. Jillian takes the time to answer five reader questions about money management.
Nick and Hanna True are a young couple who leveraged their money to live their best (alternative) life. First, they had to get on the same page. They join Jillian to discuss managing money as a couple and taking risks with life choices.
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