If you ever feel exhausted, overwhelmed, frustrated, disappointed, bewildered, alone, or stressed out in your efforts to make a difference in the world, the Radical Discernment Podcast is for you.

Each week, host Katherine Golub teaches a practice to help you cultivate the skill set of Radical Discernment—the ability to make choices that honor your needs. These practices will help you find balance, set boundaries, prevent and heal burnout, and feed your joy, all while amplifying your impact.

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Season 1 – August 2023 to February 2024

On Holding Conflicting Values & Realities

On Holding Conflicting Values & Realities

Have you ever heard a self-help teacher or friend say the words—Don’t should yourself…? As if should were a nasty word? If so, what do you think about this phrase? For a long...

Time Management is Grief Work

Time Management is Grief Work

What most people call time management or setting boundaries, I call the work of crossing through little gates. Gates are moments where we say no to one thing in order to say yes...

For When All the Gates Feel Locked

For When All the Gates Feel Locked

Sometimes along the journey through life, we come to a place where it feels like we’re pounding on a locked door. Maybe we come really close to getting our dream job, but they...

Soothing the Voice of Doubt

Soothing the Voice of Doubt

When facing a big decision or life transition, have you ever heard a voice in your head saying any of the following?: What if you’re not ready? What if you regret your decision?...

A Simple-Practice to Release Limiting Beliefs

A Simple-Practice to Release Limiting Beliefs

On Valentine’s Day 2013, at a small community center in New Hampshire, I attended a workshop with Dr. Lewis Mehl-Madrona, Lakota-Cherokee shaman and narrative psychiatrist. The...

Why We Get Stuck

Why We Get Stuck

I invite you to imagine that you are a great big bus driving through life and that all the passengers are different parts of yourself—the part who wants everyone else to like...

How to Complete the Stress Cycle

How to Complete the Stress Cycle

Imagine that you’re an antelope. You're grazing on the savanna, minding your own business, when suddenly, out of the shadows, bounds a lion straight toward you. You can’t fight...

For When Your Heart Feels Despair

For When Your Heart Feels Despair

I invite you to pick up an imaginary rubber band. Hook one end of the rubber band around your right forefinger and the other around your right thumb, with your palm facing away...

How & Why to Name Your Strengths

How & Why to Name Your Strengths

Despite all of the evidence of your abilities and intelligence, does part of you believe that you’ll never be enough? When someone congratulates you or compliments you, does a...

How to Soothe Stress & Access Inner Guidance

How to Soothe Stress & Access Inner Guidance

  What You Feel “White supremacy has used the suppression of feelings to hold down communities. If you block the pain, you’ll likely block the feelings needed to fight back...

Six Steps to Self-Resonance

Six Steps to Self-Resonance

  Self-Resonance: How “When people change the way they speak to themselves, they change the way their brain works.” - Sarah Peyton   In the last episode, I introduced...

Conscious Calendaring

Conscious Calendaring

A few years back, I took a course on organization with one of my favorite business coaches, George Kao. Until then, I had a constant sense of living for tomorrow, always hoping...

The Key to Habit Change

The Key to Habit Change

I invite you to think of a habit you’d like to transform—either an old one you’d like to let go of or a new one you’d like to cultivate. A habit is any behavior we engage in...

How to Stop Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop

How to Stop Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop

In the last two episodes, I shared three practices to help you nourish your joy—Tracking Glimmers, Orienting, and Taking in the Good. These practices can make it easier to honor...

How to Find Delight Today (& Every Day)

How to Find Delight Today (& Every Day)

I began my first coaching session in January 2013 with the question, “What’s new-and-good?”[1] Since then, this question—What’s new and good?—has become an integral part of my...

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