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Author: Margie Warrell

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Are you living your bravest life? In today’s fearful world, living bravely has become indispensable for living well.

Join best-selling author Margie Warrell as she shares practical wisdom and empowering conversations with world-renowned thought leaders such as Marianne Williamson, Steve Forbes, Sri Sri Ravi Shanker and Tal Ben-Shahar that get to the heart of what holds us back.

This podcast will inspire you to master fear, reframe failure and find the courage to step fully into your own power to enjoy greater success and fulfillment in your work, relationships and life.

Want to be a change maker but too often doubt if you can? Listen, dare, then do.
82 Episodes
The over-simplification of the Law of Attraction (LOA) has given it a bad rap in recent years. So whether you’re a confirmed LOA fan or its biggest cynic, you’ll enjoy this conversation with Andrew Kap, the bestselling author of The Last Law of Attraction Book You'll Ever Need To Read. Episode links: Andrew’s book: The Last Law of Attraction Book You’ll Ever Need To Read You’ve Got This! The Life-Changing Power of Trusting Yourself  My online Reset Your Life Compass Coaching Program
When plans derail and you find yourself in circumstances you’d never have chosen, it's easy to fall into self-pity, fear or blame; feeling like life is working against you. In this podcast, I share news of moving back to the US after years of twists and turns. I encourage you to keep faith that life is working for you, even when you cannot see how; that you will eventually "live into the answers'' as dots only connect looking backward.  My Reset Your Life Compass course (use the code RESET2020 for 50% off until the end of 2020) Grab a copy of You’ve Got This!
As 2020 has disrupted the normal flow of life, it’s also taught us to embrace the uncertain, the unplanned, and unwanted that life throws at us. But this is easier said than done.  Today’s conversation with Dr Paige Williams, author of AntiFragile, provides actionable science-backed advice to help you become anti-fragile, including how to get more comfortable with the uncomfortable and why challenging your shoulds is vital to thriving in tough times. Learn about Paige’s book AntiFragile: Take the AntiFragile survey: Life Compass Course:  
Life doesn't happen to you, it happens FOR you. Recorded when I was fresh back from two months overseas, this podcast will inspire you to reframe your biggest challenges so you can turn them into your greatest gifts and growth. For more inspiration and resources, check out: Reset Your Life Compass at (use the code RESET2020 for 50% off until the end of 2020) Grab a copy of You’ve Got This! at My quarantine experience -
Turia Pitt is living proof that with the right mindset, anything is possible. Since suffering severe burns to over 85% of her body during a 100km ultramarathon, Turia has gone on to become a bestselling author, two-time Ironman and humanitarian. Enjoy my conversation with Turia as we discuss her new book, Happy and Other Ridiculous Aspirations.  More about Turia at
Every attribute we admire in others also lives in us. The good news is that who you decide to be is entirely within your control. Confidence, courage, optimism, gratitude…. these are all muscles you can strengthen with practice. So, in times when it's easy to let problems define us, it’s vital to be deliberate in defining ourselves; identifying the power virtues of the person we want to be and then practicing them daily. 
Taking 100% responsibility for the energy you let in and the energy you put out is always important. But, in the midst of challenging times, when we are feeling fragile, we have to be even more vigilant about the energy we let into our emotional space. More at
My illuminating conversation with Bronnie Ware, a former palliative care nurse who wrote The Five Regrets of the Dying, will help you reframe your challenges and look at your life through a larger lens, helping you to find the courage to step beyond the fears that keep you from living the life you truly want, and not the one others expect of you. More about Bronnie Ware at  
In the midst of difficulty, we often want to ‘mask up’ or pull back from the people around us. Yet research shows that people who have strong social support not only bounce back faster from difficult times but are also strengthened by the strength of their relationships. In this podcast, I share why reaching out and asking for help is not a sign of weakness but a sign of courage.
We are wired for certainty so when life is uncertain, it’s innately uncomfortable and can easily trigger anxiety. Recorded on the eve of flying across the world amid COVID-19, I reflect on the importance of embracing uncertainty in the midst of an already uncertain time. 
Your hardships and heartaches may shape who you are, but they don’t define who you are. Only you get to define that. And therein lies your greatest power – to choose how you will show up and who you will be despite the circumstances of your life. In this episode, I share what I learned after being held at gunpoint in an armed robbery and soon after, losing my first child nearly five months into my pregnancy. If you sometimes feel overwhelmed by your challenges, take a listen.
My conversation with Janine Garner, author of Be Brilliant, will inspire you to stop selling yourself short and to start focusing your time, talents and energy on stepping fully into your own brilliance, regardless of what is going on around you. My July28/29 virtual workshop Janine Garner’s book Be Brilliant
Sadness is a natural response to loss. It holds the hidden gift of pointing us toward what truly matters most. Yet in the midst of loss, we often seek to numb the pain, push it down or distract ourselves from it. In this podcast, I share how I processed the grief of losing my youngest brother to suicide. If you are struggling with loss in any form, you may find healing in these words.
This week, I sat down in my own living room with Mary Barrett, a fellow coach, friend and neighbor. Mary shares her 18-year journey to fulfilling a lifelong dream of motherhood and we talk about not only why we must surrender our attachment to how we think life should be but why we should enjoy life’s unfolding in a spirit of curiosity and wonder. A perfect tonic for flagging spirits in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.   You’ve Got This Workshop  Latest book You’ve Got This More about Mary Mary’s podcast: A Cup of Tea with Mary B
In this podcast, I draw on a heart-wrenching moment with my brother as he processed the brutal news that he would never walk again after a life-changing motorbike accident. If you have found yourself dwelling on what you don’t want or can’t do, or what isn’t fair, this episode is for you.
Our language is not just descriptive, it’s also generative. The words we speak powerfully impact our experience of our circumstances. In this podcast, I share how to use language in ways that empower you to deal with your challenges with greater resilience, courage and optimism. The suggestions I share are taken from my new book, You’ve Got This! More here: Check out my Courageous Conversations Masterclass at
World-renowned specialist in human behavior, Dr John Demartini unpacks the science of stress and shares how we can build resilience by finding meaning in our challenges – reframing obstacles as 'on our way’, not 'in our way’. If you want to find purpose in the midst of tough times and live in greater alignment to your highest values, take a listen. Learn about Dr John Demartini’s Breakthrough Experience program and work at Register for my You've Got This! virtual workshop coming up on June 30/July 1 here >>
We live in a culture that can take positivity to excess – overgeneralizing to 'be positive' in all situations. Yet forcing ourselves to choose happy in difficult situations denies our full human experience, keeping us from processing the harder emotions that are part and parcel of living a full, wholehearted life. In this podcast, I explain why the emotions we don’t own will own us and how sometimes feeling bad is the best thing you can do for yourself. Read my Forbes column here:
In this podcast, I share with you my call to action – my Manifesto – to trust yourself more deeply and doubt yourself less often. It is also available in a printer-friendly version to pin-up so you can read it often. It’s during challenging times that trusting ourselves will lead us to higher ground. Download your copy at
This pandemic has upended all our lives and left many of us feeling anxious, overwhelmed and ungrounded. In this podcast, I share my personal journey (so far) through this pandemic and how you can use this crisis as a catalyst to rethink how you’re ‘doing life’ and move forward more purposefully, aligned to your deepest values and highest vision. Margie’s Reset Your Life Compass Course: [Enter 2020VISION for 70% off until 15th May, 2020] More at
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