The Joyful Rebel Podcast is all about bending the rules and spreading the love of a life well lived. With a focus on relationships, self-care and joyful living, Kate Berry is honored to crawl into your ears every other week to deliver a little bit of fun, reflection, and inspiration.
The Self-Help Industry is a juggernaut and it's preying on your perception that the grass is always greener on the other side. We buy all the self-help books with the idea that within those pages, we will find THE answer that we're looking for.
But what if we're asking the wrong questions?
What if the answers we need to know are already inside of us?
Tune in as I riff on the importance of developing your own inner wisdom and trusting your intuition to uncover the answers you seek.
As always, I love to hear from you!
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Welcome to the debut episode of "Dear Joyful Rebel" - where I'm making all of my dreams about being an advice columnist come true. Coming at you from the intersection of my personal and professional passions (hell, it's all the same anyway), I'm dishing out my best words of wisdom for people just like you.
This week, we hear from Duncan, who after a heartbreak is just trying to figure out how to stay true to himself and find a love that values art and human connection more than anything else.
Looking for some well-meaning advice? Submit your queries and quandaries to "Dear Joyful Rebel" by dropping me an email or copy and pasting this link into your browser:
This week on the podcast we're exploring JUDGMENT. Like, where does it come from? What's the difference between judgment and discernment? And how can we be less judgmental and more compassionate?
All these things and more are coming at you in this week's episode of the Joyful Rebel Podcast, where we're bending the rules and spreading the love of a life well-lived.
In this episode Professional Organizer and total rock star, Jen Mitsakos, and I sit down at my house for a cup of coffee to chat about spreading love in the world, raising boys, the importance of admitting when you're wrong, and asking your friends if they want your shit. She also dishes her favorite organizing advice and lets us in on a couple of her personal mottos. Complete with baby noises, talking dogs, and lots of laughter, this episode is just like sitting down with new friends that feel like old ones.
You can find Jen at http://www.greatspaceorganizing.org and http://www.instagram.com/greatspaceorganizing
For more stuff from me, visit http://www.kberrycoaching.com or http://www.instagram.com/kateberryjoyfulrebel
Happy New Year, everyone!
They say that the road to hell is paved with good intentions, and I am not going to disagree with "them" (whoever "they" are). With January 1st in our rear view mirror, some of us have made resolutions and set intentions for how we want to be and do in 2019. The reality is that most people aren't going to follow through and uphold their intentions and resolutions. That's why I'm calling B.S. on your intentions and asking you to level up and commit to bringing them to life. On this episode, we're asking 3 simple yet powerful questions to make your intentions your reality:
What wants to happen here?
Who does that ask me to be?
What does that ask me to do?
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As 2018 draws to a close, I start to get introspective about what's transpired - and also start getting excited about the blank slate of the new year. In the spirit of reflection, celebration, and learning forward, I pose 3 questions to get you thinking about what's been amazing about the past year, how you've grown, and what's gonna get some extra love from you in the new year. I'll look forward to coming back with more great stuff, incredible guests, and lots of inspiration in 2019! In the meantime, find me on IG www.instagram.com/kateberryjoyfulrebel, FB www.facebook.com/kateberrycoaching, and www.kberrycoaching.com
This week, we take a look at how the practice of gratitude can literally transform out lives and our relationships. I also offer some easy tips on how to give (and receive) more gratitude when it comes to the people we love. Visit me on the web at www.kberrycoaching.com and follow me on Facebook at @kateberrycoaching and Instagram at @kateberryjoyfulrebel
If one thing is true in this life, it’s that we are all eventually going to die. I don’t mean that in a morbid or dark or existential way, it’s just that death is a part of life. Another reality of life is that we often accumulate a lot of stuff over the course of it all. This week, we are exploring the legacies we want to leave behind, especially as it pertains to our STUFF! In this episode, I lay our 5 steps to get you on your way to mastering the art of Swedish Death Cleaning.
Lets explore the impact of our home environments on who we are and how we show up in the world - and how practicing a periodic "spatial facial" or room refresh can help us feel less anxious, more creative, and increase our confidence. Head to www.kberrycoaching.com/freebies to download this months Joyful Spaces resource, and of course follow me on IG at @kateberryjoyfulrebel
This month’s theme has been all about change: how it involves “betting on ourselves,” and why it can be so damn hard. This week on the Joyful Rebel Podcast, we are talking about the grief that sometimes comes along with change and letting go, and what you can do to come out on top and make the process suck a little bit less. Be sure to sign up for your weekly dose of joy at www.kberrycoaching.com and find me on your favorite social media platform at @kateberryjoyful
In this episode, I get to hop on the phone with my new friend, Creative Coach Johannah Bogart. After quitting her job to travel and become a “digital nomad” Johannah shares with us what it means to embrace change and “bet on yourself” when it comes to following your passion. Be sure to follow her on IG at http://www.instagram.com/johannahbogartcoach and visit her website: www.johannahbogart.com
This week, we've got a quick and dirty riff on my least favorite F-word: FAILURE! This episode includes a couple F-bombs and the 3 questions you must ask yourself if youre thinking of throwing in the towel. Visit me on the web at www.kberrycoaching.com / Instagram: @kateberryjoyful / Facebook: @kateberrycoaching
In this episode, we are exploring the intersection of soul and ego and talking about how living from that sweet spot of the intersection of values and action can transform your life. Find the FREE companion download: “Glow Up How You Show Up” at https://www.kberrycoaching.com/freebies
How to partner with potential and avoid being a Stage 5 Clinger when it comes to Manifesting your dreams.
Additional Links and Resources
Values List: https://www.cmu.edu/career/documents/my-career-path-activities/values-exercise.pdf
Elizabeth DiAlto: https://www.wildsoulmovement.com
Alan Seale/Center for Transformational Presence:
Stan Schrop: http://theinnervoice.media/
This week, we are drilling down on a topic from a couple weeks ago: living the "good enough" life. Focusing on our interpersonal connections, we explore 3 steps to help us embrace perfectly imperfect relationships.
Join me as we explore the power of the hardest working muscle in our body to transform our lives and make “shift happen!” Visit the link in my profile at http://www.instagram.com/kateberrycoaching to get your free companion download and learn more about how you can embrace heart-centered living!
This week we're talking about what its like to live with and love someone who struggles with anxiety and depression. I discuss what it's like for my husband and I to navigate this balance, and share some helpful tips to help each of us support the people we care about who may have a mental health disorder. Please call 1-800-273-8233 to reach the National Suicide Prevention Hotline.