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Natasha Sattler, Sh*t Adults Never Taught Us

Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

Release Date: 06/21/2021

Kate Benner, Ignite Your Action show art Kate Benner, Ignite Your Action

Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

Kate thought she knew what she wanted: to get married, work a stable job with a steady salary, have a white picket fence, etc. But one day she woke up and realized she was only doing what society expected of her and that she wasn’t actually happy. She quit her ‘stable job’ and created her own business. As an accountability coach, her mission is to help women stay accountable, whether that is a small habit or a big goal.

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Jesi Carroll, Jesi Carroll Design show art Jesi Carroll, Jesi Carroll Design

Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

When Jesi graduated from college, she didn’t know what she wanted to do for the rest of her life. Eventually she found a job working as a recruiter in corporate America. Through the years, she found that she had a talent for helping people and inspiring them to achieve their goals, which lead her down the path to becoming a Life Coach. She now offers 1on1 Life Coaching, Mindset and Self-Love Healing, Career Transition Guidance, and Self-Purpose Discovery.

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Katrice Price, Steadi Clothing show art Katrice Price, Steadi Clothing

Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

After Katrice finished her 6-year contract with the Army, she had a hard time adjusting to civilian life and started a job at the Post Office to create some stability. But she still wasn’t happy with the 9 to 5, so she packed up everything she had, quit her job, and drove from Houston to LA in 24 hours. She now owns Steadi Clothing, a lounge wear clothing brand that sells positive clothing.

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Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

Wendy was the typical house wife when she got married; she took care of her kids, her husband, her family, and everyone else…except herself. She turned to wine to numb the pain and developed a problem over the years, which resulted in her husband begging her to seek help. She is now a recovering alcoholic with 23 years of sobriety under her belt and is a Licensed Social Work and addiction specialist, where she regularly attends AA meetings to support other women.

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Katherine Brown, Project Heal show art Katherine Brown, Project Heal

Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

Katherine is a furloughed flight attendant who was laid off from her job due to COVID-19. At first, she was anxious to not be traveling and seeing the world, but then she decided to start her own business selling makeup and skin care. She also was inspired to write a children’s book called “Believe”. She is now starting her new passion project, ‘Project Heal’, a collective journaling project for people to leave anonymous stories about their experience and to unload their feelings.

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Morgan May, The Morgan May show art Morgan May, The Morgan May

Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

Morgan had been on four different medications, was a party girl, and was being treated by conventional medicine. Then she decided to stop taking the pills and that’s when she had an awakening and realized she had childhood trauma from her a narcissistic parent. She is now an ex-feminist, ex-vegan, and ex-pharma patient. She hosts her podcast, Morgan, May I?, and is a rising star on TikTok, creating content that challenges the status quo and inspiring you to question everything.

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Tara Harbert, The Tender Hearted Healer show art Tara Harbert, The Tender Hearted Healer

Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

Tara is a sensitive soul who for a long time couldn’t find her voice. After getting out of an emotionally abusive relationship, she decided to remain single until she could learn to love herself and find the voice within her. Tara became a spiritual empowerment coach and tarot reader and guides her clients to move into a sense of ease using her intuitive healing abilities, tarot, and the self-investigator method to give those who encounter her a renewed sense of self.

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Tacha Kasper, Fiercely Resilient show art Tacha Kasper, Fiercely Resilient

Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

Tacha is a childhood abuse survivor, is a recent Triple Negative breast cancer survivor, and has battled Interstitial Cystitis for 15 years. She quit her job in corporate America and went back to school to get her master’s. She became a licensed clinical marriage and family psychotherapist and a Resilience Coach. Her mission and passion is to make mental health support and education accessible and convenient for those with chronic health issues. She is the founder/CEO of Resilient Life Institute LLC.

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Queen Maree, Phorbe show art Queen Maree, Phorbe

Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

Queen Maree was homeless for the first 17 years of her life. She slept in shelters, motels, hotels, park benches, and on the streets. Finally, when she was accepted into Chapman University, she moved into her own room with her own bed, and officially broke her cycle of homelessness. She is the founder of Phorbe (pronounced 4-B), a blog to uplift, motivate, and inspire Queens across the globe to reach beyond the hardships of life and step towards their greatest dreams and goals.

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Sherrie McMullen, Becoming A Mom At 43 show art Sherrie McMullen, Becoming A Mom At 43

Journey of a Fearless Female's podcast

When Sherrie was 43 years old, she gave birth to her daughter Addison. Although it was worth it in the end, the road to motherhood was not an easy one. Even though Sherrie had under gone two surgeries to make it possible to become pregnant at her age, she still wasn’t having any success to conceive naturally. So, she had to go through a stressful period of taking IVF’s and IUI’s, putting a strain on not only her finances, but her relationships as well.

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When the pandemic hit the U.S., Natasha suddenly had a lot of free time on her hands. In her many Happy Hour Zoom calls with friends, Natasha realized that the average 20-something year old was thrust into adulthood without a manual. Taxes, 401K’s, and signing up for health insurances were all something that young adults had to learn the hard way. So, she sat down and wrote Shit Adults Never Taught Us, a book that outlines all the absolute crucial life skills we should know, but were never taught in school.

You can find Natasha Sattler on Instagram @shitadultsnevertaughtus and @natsattravels, and you can email her at [email protected]. Her book is available on both Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

This episode is sponsored by CoachSnap, an all-in-one online platform to help build your coaching business.

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