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Susie Rinehart

Choose Joy Over Fear and Brave Over Perfect

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What You'll Learn

  • Begin to recognize and appreciate your true worth and value in this world

  • Learn how to drop the script and expectation of what you “should” say and start expressing yourself authentically

  • Explore what it looks like to show up bravely in your own life and start living fully

About Susie Rinehart

Susie Rinehart is a TEDx speaker, champion ultrarunner, a mom, and a brainstem tumor survivor. She began writing her blog from her hospital bed and quickly became an inspiration for those facing adversity. Susie now co-runs The Brave Over Perfect Project, coaching people & organizations to proactively pursue risk and overcome perfectionism. She lives with her husband and children in Boulder, CO. Her new book Fierce Joy: Choosing Brave over Perfect to Find My True Voice is available for pre-order now. To connect with Susie, watch her TEDx Talk or visit her website.

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8 Comments

  1. Sidonie April 11, 2019 at 11:42 pm - Reply

    Wow, brave Susie, you are truly an inspiration! Thank you so much for sharing your story. So much resonated and I am awfully grateful for following my intuition, having chosen to listen to you despite the late hour here in Paris!!! A perfect timing for a brave decision though! Amazing how Life unfolds… Again, thank you both for such an empowering conversation! Much love and many blessings.

  2. Carla April 11, 2019 at 8:50 pm - Reply

    Wow! What an inspiration this woman is.The way she dealt with her health issue that could have been so devastating, the metaphors she’s used; listening to her mind and body speak to her ! Her use of mindfulness and meditation is a great example of how beneficial it really is. Thank you Susie for telling us your story. You are a brave woman!

  3. Mary April 11, 2019 at 5:25 pm - Reply

    Hearing what she said about what breaks her heart really hit home. And it showed me again, that just pushing through my insecurities isn’t the answer. It is to let my self be inspired by other women. That helps me to see a purpose in my life and therefore direction. Being able to be a contributing member of society is both rewarding and motivating. Using, and watching out for opportunities to use those tools is one of my best weapons against the inner critic of my mind.
    Thank you

  4. Ana April 11, 2019 at 4:25 pm - Reply

    Thank you Susan, your story is inspiring and like you I believe that slowing down and doing less we end up accomplishing more especially in relationship with others.
    I would love to get in contact with you because I also know an american angel woman who runs a school in Xela Guatemala since 25 years ago to help children out of the streets and empower women to have their voice. I am very involved with them.
    Maybe we could put her in contact with Norma? Let me know what you think. Thank you so much!

  5. Luisa Elisa Almada Wright April 11, 2019 at 3:39 pm - Reply

    Curious, silly & Brave. It has been a pleasure Hear your expirience. Enjoy your courage. You inspire me.Thanks for sharing.

  6. Charlotte Wickins April 11, 2019 at 3:16 pm - Reply

    Absolutely loved Being BRAVE over Perfection, what does it feel like in the body? Shifts from, being bold to vulnerable, to fighting, to letting go; not just ‘movie’ brave. Staying in tune with what’s growing inside, but choosing joy over fear, until the fear feels lighter and lighter, and then feels easier! Thank you for sharing and inspiring us with your immense bravery Susie. Co-creating inspired strength for us all. X

  7. Deborah April 11, 2019 at 3:55 am - Reply

    I am listening but i tuned in late this eve. I want to give you Susie my eyes ears heart so i am watching you tomorrow when i am regenerated! Love and kindness to you!

  8. Carol April 11, 2019 at 12:39 am - Reply

    I liked this immensely — especially the bravery instead of perfection. We all need to hear this.

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