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Oct 24, 2019

In this episode:

  • Fearing our fear less vs being fearless

  • Accepting that you won’t outrun your fear

  • How to have a mistake party

  • Learning to experiment with your fear

Judi Holler is a keynote speaker, best selling author, and a professionally trained improviser and alumni of The Second City’s Conservatory in Chicago, Illinois.

Judi studied and performed improv theatre at night while working full time by day in the meetings industry in sales and marketing for companies like Marriott, Omni, and Starwood Hotels before starting her company,

HOLLA! Productions, in 2013. Judi’s book on Fear, titled “Fear Is My Homeboy®: How to Slay Doubt, Boss Up, and Succeed on Your Own Terms”, was recently endorsed by Mel Robbins calling it: “relatable, relevant and most importantly ACTIONABLE!” Fear Is My Homeboy® was officially released May 28, 2019!

This topic is EPIC & I just KNOW it’s going to resonate with you! Judi gives this really cool perspective after having a lengthy career in the corporate world to making all of these pivots to get where she is today.

In this episode we are deep diving into her book & talking all about FEAR. She gives a lot of really tangible tools that you can use to get out of your own damn way which I just KNOW you will vibe with!

We are getting excited about our lives & using fear as a tool to help us get where we want to go. There are SO many little takeaways & pay attention for a fun little giveaway that we are doing for 5 listeners to tag us on IG! Can’t wait to hear what you think!!

“You are braver than you can even imagine, no one does it your way and the only way you will make anything happen for yourself, your family, or your business, is to experiment with your fear every single day, on purpose.”



  • Unstoppable by SIA

  • Nonstop by Drake



“We are so afraid of failing… it’s about how are you showing up & are you moving forward.”

“Why are we trying to waste our beautiful precious energy trying to outrun something that we’ll never be able to outrun.”

“What we can always control is how we show up and how we react. And I believe it’s our guts and our courage and our bravery that really determines our destiny.”

“The goal shouldn’t be fearless. The goal should be figuring out how to fear our fear less and this is what makes you brave.”

“We worry about what could go wrong, we worry about all the mistakes we could make. But there’s so much more power of leaning into the idea of what could go right.”



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