kate swoboda interviews

Kate Swoboda Interviews

I’m Kate Swoboda (aka, “Kate Courageous”). I love talking with podcast hosts and audiences about how to create more courageous lives, starting with creating more courageous habits.

 

Media one-sheet

Here’s a super-quick PDF that’ll give you all the essentials: Kate Swoboda : Media Kit

 

A few things we could talk about…

–The four part “Courage Habit” process and how the neuropsychology of habit-formation works, including how it can be applied in business and marketing, health and wellness, relationships and dating, to parenting, social change movements, women’s leadership, and more.

–Learning specific, research-backed strategies for working with feelings of fear and self-doubt, to create happier, more meaningful ways of living.

–New perspectives on why “fearless” doesn’t really exist, and how striving to become fearless only fuels perfectionism and stress—there’s a far more effective approach to working with feelings of fear and self-doubt, and your audience can learn how to identify the habits that don’t work, and create better habits that are more effective.

 

Other Courageous Living Topics

  • How to practice courage and make it a habit.
  • Clarifying what truly matters to you, and prioritizing it.
  • Ways to practice what I call “courageous wellness” in health and fitness (side note: I’m a triathlete and yoga devotee!)
  • How to lead a courageous life, even if you aren’t doing anything big or flashy like jumping out of airplanes or traveling the world.
  • My top marketing tips for how coaches can create successful and fulfilling practices–everything from marketing to launching to workflow management, done your way, with integrity.
  • Improving relationships with family or intimate partners through better communication.

 

Snapshot

I’ve been a life coach for more than a decade, and I teach people the research-backed steps to make courageousness a lifelong habit. Through creating better habits, people stop doubting themselves, and start practicing courage as they go after what matters to them, most.

I don’t teach people how to “become fearless” (Why? “Fearless” people don’t exist). Practicing courage doesn’t mean getting rid of fear or doubt. Fear is a normal part of the process of trying something new, and practicing the courage habit is more effective than trying to out-run feelings of fear or self-doubt.

I’m frequently asked…

  • Tell us about your own journey. How did you identify “courage” as being central to your work?
  • How do you define courage?
  • Your work is rooted in the idea that there is no such thing as becoming “fearless.” How is becoming “fearless” related to perfectionism?
  • Usually, when people think of habits, they think of things such as starting a regular exercise program. They don’t usually think of traits, like courage. How can courage become a lifelong habit?
  • As it applies to ________[your audience’s hot topic], how might someone apply the four-part “courage habit” process?

 

Kate Swoboda interviews with…

Entrepreneur on Fire Podcast with John Lee Dumas

The Uncaged Life with Becca Tracey – First 3 months in your Biz

With Michelle Ward from When I Grow Up Coach

Unfolding your Path to Joy

Kick Ass Life Podcast with Andrea Owen

A Slice of Life with Darrah Parker

Jump Start your Joy with Paula Jenkins

The Uncaged Life with Becca Tracey – Life Coach Training

Starting a Coaching Business with Jessica Nazarali

She’s Building Her Empire with Stacy Tuschl

Crazy Wild Love Radio with Alexis Meads

Speaking about Courage on Hack the Process Podcast

An interview with AnnaPurna Living

Grace and Grit Podcast with Courtney Towney

The Joy Junkie Podcast with Amy E. Smith

A Conversation with Rachel Cole on the well fed woman

The Socially Holistic Podcast with Holly Worton

Confessions of a Female Entrepreneur with Alyssa Martin