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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.
56 Episodes
Longtime friend and author, August Cabrara, shares how the blog she started with Jillian ten years ago helped give her the courage to tell her whole truth about her mental health issues, grief, and everyday life.
Inherit Learning Company CEO, Nicole Walters, shares how she went from corporate darling to living the self-employed dream. Finding contentment, purpose, and learning to banish fear paved the way to her success.
Hot Mess Joy Club #5

Hot Mess Joy Club #5


If you dug up Jillian’s ten year time capsule to success it may surprise you. She shares how naked butts and basement floods have impacted her progress in this season's Hot Mess Joy Club.
Millennial Revolutionaries, Kristy and Bryce, talk about how 2020 forced them to take a closer look at their relational portfolio and deal with the problems money couldn’t fix.
The always delightful, Alan Donegan, shares how focusing on personal development has helped him create a life that is unrecognizable from where he was a decade ago.
Jillian is joined by Cait Flanders, author of Adventures in Opting Out, to discuss how Cait’s last decade of living intentionally emboldened her to abandon the paths that lead her to places she didn’t want to go.
10 Year Time Capsule

10 Year Time Capsule


What did your life look like ten years ago?   Jillian reflects on her life in 2010 and how one of the worst years of her life became the catalyst for change and growth.
Future Journaling

Future Journaling


Would you be ready if someone gave you the opportunity you’ve been dreaming of? This episode equips us to think through what we need to make our dreams a reality.
Trust and respect are the hallmarks of any successful partnership. Brad and Jonathan from ChooseFI share how they went from unlikely partners to some of the best in the business.
You have questions, Jillian has answers! Join us as we tackle messy conversations and daunting career transitions.
Most Experty Expert

Most Experty Expert


While there will always be someone who knows more than you and your idea has probably already been done, Jillian reminds you that you don’t have to be the “most experty expert” to be enough.
Are you climbing the right ladder to success? Kiersten from Rich and Regular shares her story of switching ladders to fit her goals.
Isn’t everyone a hot mess when it comes to public speaking? Join Jillian as she recounts three memorable, conference related, fails that help her maintain her membership to the Hot Mess Club.
How do you measure success? Jillian challenges the listener to rethink their metrics and adopt a more holistic gauge of personal and career success.
John Rampton shares how he develops networking connections by building authentic relationships. Jillian and John explore what it means to show up for people in a way that fosters growth, personally and professionally.
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.
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