Resources

These are resources I personally found valuable in my life and work. None of these are sponsored or affiliate links, and most of these resources are available for free.

Have resources you love? Drop a comment below and let me know! This list will keep growing!

➡️ Stay True, Get Paid, and Do Good. This episode of The Marie Forleo Podcast, by Marie Forleo, with guest Rha Goddess, addresses the tension between our desire to make an impact, and our desire to get paid. In this wise conversation, Marie and Rha explore the role of money, the path to meaningful contribution, and the impact we make (whether we mean to or not).


➡️ The Problem You Don’t Know You Have. In this episode of The Christy Wright Show, Christy sits down with Enneagram teacher Ian Cron to discuss how the Enneagram personality types can help us discover our blind spots, and grow in important ways.

➡️ If you dream of a writing or speaking career, this episode of the That Sounds Fun podcast will fill your soul and galvanize you for the journey. Annie F. Downs hosts author Shauna Niequist for a conversation that feels like you’re just hanging out with them. They talk candidly about the practice of writing, the learning curve of public speaking, and their evolution as writers, speakers, and humans.

➡️ Leadership, Family and Service. In this episode of the Dare to Lead podcast, Brené Brown and former President Barack Obama explore leadership skills in some of the most unique and challenging circumstances, the tension of paradox and duality, and the heart for service and family that beats underneath it all.

➡️ Podcasting, Daily Practices, and the Long, Winding Path to Healing. In this episode of Unlocking Us, Brené Brown sits down with Tim Ferris and Dax Shepard for a wildly open behind-the-scenes conversation about what it’s like to get to be passionately curious for a living. They share both practical advice and meaningful insights gained from their personal struggles and experiences.

➡️ How To Become a Great Finisher. This article from the Harvard Business Review has a helpful perspective on how to stay focused on lengthy projects and finish strong!

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