Self-Discipline for Rebels with Courtney Chaal (TPL 025)
Today I'm talking with Courtney Chaal, the founder of The Rule Breakers Club.
Historically, Courtney hasn't been the most self-disciplined person, and we're diving into the incredible transformation she's been on this year.
We're diving deep into the psychology of making changes, building habits, and why it's so important to truly get to know yourself.
There are so many nuggets of magic from Courtney in this episode, I can’t wait for you to listen!
Introduction to Courtney Chaal (01:19)
Courtney's journey with self-discipline (03:26)
"I am a rebel" - Courtney (06:19)
Why the "rebelling" (07:12)
The pendulum swing of how life works (10:05)
Brooke Castillo’s "100 urges jar” (15:12)
The power of words and self-talk (20:10)
What habits Courtney is building right now (23:03)
How the 5am habit panned out (28:35)
Get to know yourself (32:54)
Courtney's enneagram (35:38)
Where you can find Courtney (42:36)
Courtney recommended The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin.
Watch Courtney’s video on doing the Marie Kondo method here.
Where to Connect with Courtney:
Courtney’s FREE Facebook group
Following and say to Courtney over on Instagram
Subscribe to Courtney’s YouTube channel
Courtney’s website, The Rule Breakers Club
More about Courtney:
Courtney Chaal (Johnston) is the founder of The Rule Breaker's Club where she teaches women how to package and sell their brilliance.
She’s pretty much the only person who can make writing sales pages fun (hint: it involves rainbows and pots of gold).
Her work has been featured on Inc.com, FastCompany.com, CreativeLive, and the Huffington Post.
She’s from Michigan, started her business in Paris, and currently lives in Vancouver, BC with her new husband, Mohammed.
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