Episode 309: Elizabeth Petters & Pete Enns
Sarah Bragg
by sarah bragg
2w ago
  I am really excited about the conversation going into your ears today. Both of these guests have been on the show separately, but now we had a conversation all together. I am happy to welcome Pete Enns and his daughter Lizz Petters back to the show. Pete was on episode 181 and Liz joined me for episode 229. Pete is a college professor who has been teaching, writing and speaking about the Bible for over 20 years. He is a storyteller which is one reason why I love his writing but I also love that Pete isn’t afraid to lean in and ask hard questions. He values hearing the stories of everyda ..read more
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Episode 308: Kimberly Stuart
Sarah Bragg
by sarah bragg
1M ago
  I am happy to welcome Kimberly Stuart back to the show. She joined me way back on Episode 155. Kimberly is an author, podcaster and writing coach. She’s published 8 novels and her most recent nonfiction book titled Star For Jesus: And Other Jobs I Quit. Her podcast, which I’ve been a guest on twice, is called For Real with Kimberly Stuart. And is a writing coach along with Bob Goff. In this conversation, we talk about what fiction she’s been reading and why it’s good to read fiction. Then, she talks about what grace has looked like in her life. She unpacks that through humorous storyte ..read more
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Episode 307: Ally Fallon
Sarah Bragg
by sarah bragg
1M ago
  I am happy to welcome Ally Fallon to the show. I’ve been interested in having her on the show for a long time so when I saw her name come through my inbox, I was very excited. Ally is an author, speaker, and founder of Find Your Voice, a community that supports anyone who wants to write anything. She is a self-described writing coach. I read her most recent book titled Write Your Story: A Simple Formula to Understand Yourself, Your Story and Your Purpose in the World.  In this conversation, we talk about how and why writing your story is so important and powerful—even if you only w ..read more
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Episode 306: Danielle Bayard Jackson
Sarah Bragg
by sarah bragg
1M ago
  I am happy to welcome Danielle Bayard Jackson to the show. She is a female friendship coach and educator who speaks nationally about the science of women’s platonic connections. She is also the author of Fighting for Our Friendships which comes out in May. Danielle’s coaching business, Friend Forward, is dedicated to teaching women how to create and maintain better female friendships, and her expertise has been featured in The New York Times, Psychology Today, Wall Street Journal, Oprah Magazine, and Good Morning America. As former high school teacher, Danielle now uses her teaching sk ..read more
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Episode 304: Sarah Bragg
Sarah Bragg
by sarah bragg
2M ago
  Happy book launch day! Wow, we are finally here. Finally able to say that you can purchase Is Everyone Happier Than Me?  Today’s episode is a celebration! With that, this episode is an excerpt from the audiobook. You will hear chapter 4: Does Anybody Like Me?    Freebies: Sign up for Sarah’s monthly newsletter containing her survival kit Download Sarah’s FREE planner pages to help you be more productive and efficient NEW!!! Morning Checklist included! Action: Order Sarah’s books: Is Everyone Happier Than Me? An Honest Guide to the Questions That Keep You Up at Ni ..read more
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Episode 302: Rachel Macy Stafford
Sarah Bragg
by sarah bragg
2M ago
  I am so happy to welcome my dear friend, Rachel Macy Stafford, back to the podcast. Rachel is a New York Times bestselling author and one of the most compassionate humans I know. You may know her best as the Hands Free Mama. She has joined me on Surviving Sarah on episodes 58. I asked Rachel to join me on the show again because she speaks to often about how to find your authentic self and how to let go and get unstuck. She most recently has written a book on the subject called Soul Shift along with a retreat that focuses on it. In this episode, we talk about the shifts we can make inter ..read more
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Episode 301: Emily Ferrara
Sarah Bragg
by sarah bragg
3M ago
  I asked my friend Emily Ferrara to join me to talk about how to find a therapist. Emily is a licensed professional counselor based in Atlanta, GA who specializes in anxiety, OCD and work/life balance. We had a really great conversation when she joined me on Surviving Sarah back on episode 171. So you may want to add that one to your listening queue.  This conversation is pulled out of a larger conversation that I recorded with her about perfectionism. To gain access to this bonus content--a 3 part deep dive on perfectionism--simply purchase my book Is Everyone Happier Than Me? and ..read more
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Episode 300: Sarah Bragg
Sarah Bragg
by sarah bragg
3M ago
  In today’s episode, Sarah talks about how research shows that we, as adults, are in a “fun drought” and what we can do about it.    Freebies: Sign up for Sarah’s monthly newsletter containing her survival kit Download Sarah’s FREE planner pages to help you be more productive and efficient NEW!!! Morning Checklist included! Action: Order Sarah’s books: Is Everyone Happier Than Me? An Honest Guide to the Questions That Keep You Up at Night and A Mother’s Guide to Raising Herself: What Parenting Taught Me About Life, Faith and Myself Takeaways: Researchers say we are ..read more
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Episode 298: Sarah Bragg
Sarah Bragg
by sarah bragg
4M ago
  There are countless reasons why we, as adults, don’t take time to be creativity. And sometimes we find ourselves burnt out by creativity because we have to be creative to pay the bills. In today’s episode, Sarah confronts all the reasons head on and then breaks down how creativity is connected to our overall happiness.     Freebies: Sign up for Sarah’s monthly newsletter containing her survival kit Download Sarah’s FREE planner pages to help you be more productive and efficient NEW!!! Morning Checklist included! Action: Order Sarah’s books: Is Everyone Happier Than Me ..read more
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Episode 297: Sarah Bragg
Sarah Bragg
by sarah bragg
4M ago
  In today’s episode, Sarah shares 10 books that have saved her life and could save your’s too. These are nonfiction books that she has returned to over and over again. She breaks them down into two categories: personal development and parenting.     Freebies: Sign up for Sarah’s monthly newsletter containing her survival kit Download Sarah’s FREE planner pages to help you be more productive and efficient NEW!!! Morning Checklist included! Action: Order Sarah’s books: Is Everyone Happier Than Me? An Honest Guide to the Questions That Keep You Up at Night and A Mother’s ..read more
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