Steph Jagger is an author, speaker, coach, and world record smasher who happens to dabble in alchemy and energy.
Her first book, Unbound: A Story of Snow and Self-Discovery, was released by Harper Collins in 2017 and details her awe-inspiring journey around the world on skis.
Since that journey, Steph’s work has focused on our ability to unlock and access truths – physical and mental truths, deep wordless truths, ancestral truth, as well as archetypal and mythological truth. She is the Chief Intuitive Officer behind coaching and development programs like The Great Big Journey, as well as a sought after speaker and facilitator.
Her second memoir – a story of mothers and daughters – is set to be released by Flatiron Books in 2021.
In this episode, Steph shares honest stories from the beautiful trenches of her creative life. We talk about her book writing process, how she's learned to feel into her intuition, and the joys of occupying your full body.
Steph also talks about the hero's journey vs the heroine's journey, and shares how she's come to embody the divine feminine more and more over the years.
Steph is someone whose way of being in the world I admire greatly, and this was such a lovely, comforting, truth-filled conversation. I hope you enjoy it just as much!
Hey, beauties! We’re keeping the gratitude flowing this week with a woman whose gratitude and passion for life know no bounds. Our badass guest is author, coach, and world record smasher, Steph Jagger.If you’ve been living a good-but-not-great life and feeling called to do something bigger, then Steph is your woman. She teaches us how to dream bigger, challenge ourselves, and heed our a-ha moments + calls to adventure. And you won’t want to miss the two key questions Steph asks herself when she needs to access her gratitude through the tough times.
To get the most out of this episode, click the button to preorder Steph’s powerful, inspiring book, Unbound: A Story of Snow and Self-Discovery.
HERE'S A SNEAK PEEK OF THE GOODNESS…“It’s okay to ask for more, even when you have it ‘good.’”— Steph Jagger“It’s very easy for us to hear, see, feel those a-ha moments and brush them off, but those are the calls. Those are the calls to adventure.”— Steph Jagger“What am I supposed to be learning here, and can I be grateful for it?”— Steph Jagger on the questions she asks herself to stay grateful“Gratitude means giving thanks and paying it forward.”— Steph JaggerWHAT YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE…How to figure out what your “restraining device” isThe recipe for transformation (Hint: It includes discontent and a little bit of absurdity.)Why connection and integrity trump strategy when it comes to business successThe intersection of writing and coaching in Steph’s lifeWhy you need to know only the first step - not the entire path - in order to beginLINKSFearlessly Authentic LivingSteph JaggerUnbound: A Story of Snow and Self-Discovery book by Steph JaggerDanielle LaPorteLinda SivertsenGetting Naked: A Business Fable About Shedding The Three Fears That Sabotage Client Loyalty book by Patrick LencioniHarper Wave, an imprint of HarperCollins PublishersSue Monk KiddTerry Tempest WilliamsCheryl StrayedAnne LamottSteph Jagger on InstagramSarah JensenSquarespace | ConvertKit | Slack | Asana | TrelloQuick heads up: Affiliate links are used on this site. We only talk about things we use, love, and would recommend whether we were affiliates or not. To support this space, we may receive a commission from some of the links above.KNOW ANOTHER BOSS BABE WHO'S TIRED OF LIVING A GOOD-BUT-NOT-GREAT LIFE?SHARE THE LOVE BY HITTING THOSE BUTTONS ON THE LEFT, GORGEOUS!And because community makes everything better, be sure to join our Boss Babe community here.
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