podcast

January 6, 2021

How to Live & Lead by Design, Not Default

with podcast guest

Katie Den Ouden

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On this episode of The Period Party, Nat & Nicole talk with Katie Den Ouden, an entrepreneur, freedom lifestyle coach, and online business strategist.

Katie Den Ouden teaches ambitious women how to live & lead by design instead of default, so that they can become the woman they’ve always known they can be – the woman they actually are deep within. These women, luminaries, are able to impact the world in a profound, positive, and purposeful way. Katie’s work {programs, blog, experiences} meet women in the season of becoming – as a woman, leader, and luminary – and she gives the strategy, soul, sisterhood, and self-care to get there.

 

 

Highlights

  • What is truly living by design vs. default and why does it matter? (And how to identify your unique indicators that tell you which one you’re choosing.)
  • The 5 steps to living by design.
  • The most common challenges people face when starting to live more by design vs. default AND how to work through it and continue taking action.
  • Why is fear one of the biggest blessings in living by design?
  • One tool we can start using today to live more by design.

Resources

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