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Self-Love Series: Kate Swoboda

The second installment of the Self-Love series is here!   The Self-Love Series is an interview series hosted by yours truly and the phenomenal Margarita Tartakovsky from Psych Central’s blog Weightless and  MargaritaTartakovsky.com.  We are teaming up to bring you a monthly interview series around learning the beautiful and delicate art of self-love.

I am terribly excited to share this interview with you, as it is with one of my self-love heroes: Kate Swoboda. Kate is a life coach, speaker and writer, and can be found over on her site YourCourageousLife.com.  She is the author of the gorgeous Coaching Blueprint 2.0, a product that has been very useful for me as I’ve been cultivating my coaching practice, as well as The Courageous Living Program, a life-changing program dedicated to working through resistance or fear and beginning to live with courage.

In today’s interview, Kate and I are discussing how to create your own self-care practice, courage, and learning how to relate to your body with honesty and respect.

Wonderful + prolific things that Kate mentioned during her interview:

1 Comment to Self-Love Series: Kate Swoboda

  1. October 26, 2012 at 1:37 pm | Permalink

    I watched this last night and really got something out of it! you take yourself wherever you go is beautiful.
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I’m Mara Glatzel. I’m an intuitive coach and writer. I guide women home to themselves and teach them to create lives brimming with supreme self-care. read more
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