Courage + Spice

The podcast for humans with self-doubt

Episode 20 :: How to change the world (even if you have self-doubt)

 Show Notes: Marianne Elliott is an attorney, human rights advocate and author. Her work has included developing human rights strategies for the governments of New Zealand and Timor-Leste and she served as a United Nations peacekeeper in Afghanistan with a focus on...

Episode 18 :: How to live, love and work with anxiety

 Show Notes: More than 1 in 10 people are likely to have a ‘disabling anxiety disorder’ at some stage in their life. There are many factors that contribute to anxiety and so many approaches that can help. I also think talking about the day to day realty of living...

Episode 17 :: How to escape the comparison trap

 Show Notes: Hello! Just me this week. Comparion is known as the 'thief of joy' but I wanted to know more about what comparison actually is, if it has a purpose, what we can learn from it, and how we can get ourselves out of the ICK it creates. So I read loads of...

Episode 15 :: How to raise kids with healthy Self-esteem

 Show Notes: The Self-esteem Team is the UK’s leading mental health school-based programme. Founded in 2013 by Nadia Mendoza and Grace Barrett, the team have since worked with tens of thousands of young people, written a book approved by doctors, and continue to...

Episode 14 :: Self-belief and Seasonal Rhythms

 Show Notes: Gemma David is a Chinese Medicine practitioner, Mindfulness teacher and is trained in mental health care. She owns her own practice - The Quiet Heart, in the rocking city of Bristol in England. Gemma creates events, work in schools, give talks and...

Episode 13 :: Healthy, kind boundaries for the holidays

    Show Notes: Randi Buckley is a coach and teacher who helps women facing big life decisions. Her signature programme is Healthy Boundaries for Kind People and it is revolutionary work. Randi has spent decades coaching Fortune 5 companies, she worked at the Chopra...

Episode 12 :: How to have Creative Courage

  Show Notes: Rachael Lucas self-published her first book aged 40 and it went on to sell over 130,000 copies. She has now written three romantic comedies – Sealed with a Kiss, Coming Up Roses, and Wildflower Bay, all published by Pan Macmillan. She is now...

Episode 11 :: Self-doubt’s surprising kryptonite

  Show Notes: Self-doubt has a rather surprising kryptonite and it feels like a bit of a game changer. I first became aware of this when I was coding my research interviews for my Master's dissertation about Self-doubt a few years ago, but I am now feeling ready to...

Episode 10 :: #metoo – Self-doubt and Life After Sexual Trauma

  Show Notes: Rachael Maddox is a trauma resolution educator, coach and guide who’s helped hundreds of women and men resolve their sexual trauma and reclaim their pleasure, power and wholeness. In her first book, Secret Bad GIrl, Rachael tells the story of her return...

Episode 9 :: The first year in business

Show Notes: Up until recently, Kate Ferris was a marketing manager working with global brands. Now she runs her own business from her home in Snowdonia helping creative people find clarity and direction with marketing strategies that help their businesses grow with a...

Episode 8 :: How to ask for help

Listen on: iTunes | Stitcher Show Notes: Kevin Braddock is the founder of Torchlight, a project that is all about how to ask for help. Kevin has over 20 years experience in print media as writer and editor and has worked for GQ, Esquire, The Face and The Guardian. I...

Episode 7 :: Imperfection and Instagram

Listen on: iTunes | Stitcher Show Notes: Allison Sadler is a creative entrepreneur, lifestyle blogger, designer, maker, stylist and mentor. With Her partner in all-things Mr C, she co-owns the award-winning People Shop in Birmingham. And she might just be the most fun...

Episode 6 :: Advocacy for Women in the STEM Sector

Listen on: iTunes | Stitcher Show Notes: If you work in a male-dominated industry, and you've ever felt undermined or overlooked at work, this episode is for you. There is a worldwide shortage of graduates in the STEM sector (this includes Science, Technology,...

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