Episode 15: Dare To Live Better

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Do you struggle with fear and self-doubt? Do you want to feel braver and stronger in life? Do you want to edit away the things that hold you back? In Episode 15 of Edit Your Life, I interview Erin Dullea, life coach and founder of 52 Dares. Erin and I talk about bringing consciousness to life choices, how to move towards a fuller (not busier) life, what holds women back, the overthinking muscle, how to bring accountability and self-compassion to your life, the power of saying you’re sorry, and how to edit your life of shame and other barriers so you can move forward.

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