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Short, straightforward, and honest, this is your weekly dose of courage. Jessica and her guests will take you by the hand and help you see possibility where there may be fear. ------- We are traveling through life addicted to anxiety or prone to paralysis. Eventually, these ways of coping fail us and those around us. So, how can we come to see our breakdowns as opportunities for our breakthroughs? It begins with taking the journey towards self-awareness. This new Know Thyself series is your ...
 
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When it comes to friendships and relationships, would you describe yourself as anxious and fearful of rejection or unresponsive and fearful of connection? If you would like to move towards feeling more confident, secure, and safe in your friendships and relationships, then this episode is for you! To kick off our Know Thyself series, we bring back …
 
Jessica is back from a break and excited to introduce you to the Know Thyself series, launching this Wednesday! Tune in to hear the inspiration behind this series and get a preview of the great conversations in store. Show Links — Head to Jessica Honegger's website for info on her book, newsletter, transcripts of Going Scared episodes, and more! ht…
 
As we close our Decide Don't Slide series, today we turn our minds to spiritual questions like, "Is God good?" and, "Can I believe in God even when there is so much suffering?" To consider these questions, and many others, Jessica is welcoming her friend Tish Harrison Warren to the show. Tish is a priest in the Anglican Church in North America and …
 
Be honest, how are you feeling about heading back to the office? Does it feel like it used to, or are you facing yet another season of introspection and change? So many of us are asking these questions and considering how our lives and lifestyles may be emerging differently. To give us some much needed perspective on navigating the workforce is Chr…
 
If you’re like most of us, the words “body confidence” might, at times, feel like a distant idea instead of a reality. Maybe you keep finding things about your body to “fix,” or you’re just a bit self-conscious about stepping out of the Zoom window and into a swimsuit this summer. If that sounds familiar, you’re not alone, and this episode is for y…
 
Some book titles just say it all. Ready for this one? The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry: Staying Emotionally Healthy and Spiritually Alive in Our Current Chaos. Who on earth doesn't need every page of that!? To talk about his book is author and pastor, John Mark Comer. Today, he and Jessica talk about what life in lockdown taught us about protectin…
 
Do you have a hold on your financial life as we start heading back into the “normal” world? From loss of income to spending differently than we ever have, our budgets have been upended this past year. That’s why this is a perfect time to check in with Tiffany "The Budgetnista" Aliche. Tiffany is a financial educator and author. Most recently, she p…
 
As we enter the new, new-normal, are you finding yourself trying to make up for over a year of lost time? Are you pushing so hard that you kind of feel bad about hoping things would slow down again? You're not alone. As we transition to a post-pandemic world, we're all having to decide what we're happy to be done with and what the pandemic has taug…
 
Have you ever wondered what you would do without Netflix? This week we're continuing our special series Decide, Don’t Slide: Living Intentionally as Life Begins to Normalize. Joining Jessica is someone whose work has helped all of us find entertainment during isolation and virtually escape during lockdowns this past year: the co-founder and foundin…
 
This week we're continuing our special series Decide, Don’t Slide: Living Intentionally as Life Begins to Normalize. And to help us really dig into what it means to be intentional is life management expert, Geoff Woods. Geoff is the Co-Founder & President of ProduKtive®, the training company behind The ONE Thing. He advises executives ranging from …
 
As life transitions to a post—pandemic “new normal,” how will you choose to show up in the world? It’s a question we’re pondering as we kick off a new series called Decide, Don’t Slide: Living Intentionally as Life Begins to Normalize. To start off, Jessica spends time with Ashley Stahl as they dive into how we can use this time to discover and pur…
 
This week we're concluding our series, Going Against the Grain, with entrepreneur, Executive Vice President of Generous Giving, and dad, David Gonzales. David has spent his career not only accumulating wealth but empowering others to give it away. Listen in as David and Jessica talk about the very "going against the grain" idea of giving away your …
 
This week we're continuing our series, Going Against the Grain, with social media icon, blogger and podcaster, Suzan Hendrix. Propelled by her faith, Suzan shares with Jessica how she learned to honor her Kurdish heritage while pursuing transparency with those she loves most. She also gives her perspective on the next generation of social media inf…
 
This week we're continuing our series, Going Against the Grain, with speaking coach, author, and founder of Don't Give Up, Amy Wolff. Join Amy and Jessica as they reflect on the global movement that Amy sparked when she posted a simple yard sign bearing a message of love. This message, and so many more, are at the core of Amy's new book Signs of Ho…
 
In honor of International Women's Day, we are proud to share the recently recorded "Empowered Women Panel" from the 2021 Shine Conference – an annual gathering of Noonday Collection Ambassadors (female social entrepreneurs) led by Jessica and her team. The women on this panel, gifted entrepreneurs from Kenya, India, Guatemala, and Ethiopia, will sh…
 
This week we're continuing our series, Going Against the Grain, with artist, blogger, and author, Emily Lex. At first, you may not realize that Emily is someone who bucks trends and finds truth in unlikely places. But as you'll hear today, she does just that. Join Emily and Jessica as they look back on their friendship, talk about the ways Emily's …
 
This week we're continuing our series, Going Against the Grain, with CEO and Founder of Everlywell, Julia Cheek. Everlywell is a consumer health testing company that provides innovative, at-home kits and redesigned lab results. They are at the forefront of personalized medicine, focusing on transforming the $25 billion diagnostics industry. Today, …
 
This week we're continuing our series, Going Against the Grain, with designer and tiny home aficionado, Kim Lewis. You may know Kim as the Lead Designer behind ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" and founder of Kim Lewis Designs in Austin, TX. Today, Kim and Jessica talk about the pursuit of minimalism and the personal battles that led Kim to st…
 
This week we're continuing our series, Going Against the Grain, with a very special guest! Brittney Spencer is a country singer-songwriter who resides in Nashville, TN. Her new “Compassion – EP” was released in 2020 and has become a viral hit and an anthem for change. Today, Jessica and Brittney speak candidly about the decision to strike out as a …
 
This week we're continuing our series, Going Against the Grain, with a very special guest, Angela Braniff. Angela is the founder of the popular YouTube channel This Gathered Nest. She is also an adoption advocate, home school mom, content creator and podcast host. Today, Jessica and Angela have an amazing conversation about how the Braniff family c…
 
We’re back with a new series all about Going Against the Grain! Jessica’s daughter, Amelie, joins the conversation today with our first two guests: Amy and Andy Crouch. This father-daughter duo and co-authors of the new book My Tech-Wise Life: Growing Up and Making Choices in a World of Devices have flipped the script when it comes to using technol…
 
This week, we conclude a very special three-part series with Dr. Curt Thompson. Curt is a board-certified psychiatrist and the founder of the Center for Being Known, a nonprofit organization that develops resources to educate and train leaders on the intersection between interpersonal neurobiology and Christian spiritual formation. For this series,…
 
This week, we continue a very special three-part series with Dr. Curt Thompson. Curt is a board-certified psychiatrist and the founder of the Center for Being Known, a nonprofit organization that develops resources to educate and train leaders on the intersection between interpersonal neurobiology and Christian spiritual formation. For this series,…
 
This week, we enter into a very special three-part series with Dr. Curt Thompson. Curt is a board-certified psychiatrist and the founder of the Center for Being Known, a nonprofit organization that develops resources to educate and train leaders on the intersection between interpersonal neurobiology and Christian spiritual formation. For the next t…
 
This week we flip the script a bit and welcome a very special guest (and host of this podcast) Jessica Honegger! In this conversation, Jessica shares with her friend and podcast producer, Eddie Kaufholz, her journey through a decade of leading the globally impactful Noonday Collection. Show Links— Learn more about the global Noonday community! — He…
 
This week we are concluding our special series on Art of Difficult Dialogue with a good good good guest, Branden Harvey. Branden is a storyteller focused on the good in the world. He is also the founder of the media company Good Good Good, “An uprising of hopefuls marching against the hate, fear, and injustice in the world by celebrating and becomi…
 
This week we continue our series on the Art of Difficult Dialogue with two special guests, Tess Clarke and Arturo Coto. Arturo Coto holds a senior leadership position alongside Jessica Honegger at Noonday Collection and founded XRoad Consulting. Arturo shares his story of how and why his family came to the U.S. from El Salvador and illuminates the …
 
This week we continue our series on the Art of Difficult Dialogue with a special change of format as the whole Honegger family sits down with Officer Tonya Jefferson, a police officer in Austin, Texas. In this conversation Officer Jefferson, Jessica, and her kids have a thoughtful, honest, and hopeful exchange about race in America, defending the p…
 
This week we continue our special series on the Art of Difficult Dialogue with the co-founder of Make America Dinner Again (MADA), Justine Lee. Following the 2016 election, Justine and her co-founder Tria felt discouraged by the results but encouraged to learn more about differing viewpoints. So, they created MADA in order to provide a safe, comfor…
 
This week we continue our special series on the Art of Difficult Dialogue with master trainer and training designer, Justin Hale. Justin has traveled the world teaching businesses and individuals how to engage the art of productive dialogue by having Crucial Conversations. Today, Justin and Jessica have an incredibly helpful and practical chat abou…
 
This week we continue our special series on the Art of Difficult Dialogue with pastor, speaker, author, and humanitarian Eugene Cho. Eugene is the newly minted President and CEO of Bread for the World and the Bread Institute, a prominent non-partisan Christian advocacy organization urging both national and global decision makers to help end hunger.…
 
This week we continue our special series on the Art of Difficult Dialogue by welcoming back our friends Justin Skeesuck and Patrick Gray. Patrick and Justin appeared on our show in 2018 to share with Jessica their remarkable story of traversing the Camino de Santiago – a 500-mile journey through northwestern Spain. This lifelong friendship and epic…
 
This week we continue our special series on the Art of Difficult Dialogue by diving into the intense waters of political discourse. And there is nobody better to walk us through this than Sarah and Beth, the duo behind the popular Pantsuit Politics podcast. For a long time, Sarah and Beth were on opposite sides of the political spectrum. But becaus…
 
This week we continue our special series on the Art of Difficult Dialogue with former NFL elite athlete, Tim Hightower. Tim has one of the greatest sports comeback stories ever. After suffering an injury, he spent four seasons out of the game and in recovery. Miraculously, he made his way back to the NFL and will share his story with us today. In a…
 
This week we continue our special series on the Art of Difficult Dialogue with the wisdom and expertise of Jessica's executive coach and friend, Marie Case. As you will hear, Marie truly has a wealth of knowledge. Through her years of coaching high-power CEOs, she knows what it takes to effectively navigate a difficult moment. In this season of pol…
 
This week we're continuing our special series all about the Art of Difficult Dialogue. And there may be no better person to give us some wisdom on this topic than Paula Faris. You likely know Paula as an ABC News journalist who has occupied a spot on The View, as well as a position on the Good Morning America Weekend desk. Today, Paula and Jessica …
 
This week we're launching a brand-new series all about the Art of Difficult Dialogue. In the coming weeks, we're going deep into what it means to walk into times of disagreement and discomfort with an attitude of growth and a real desire to listen and learn. There is no better guest to lead us off than Sam Collier – a speaker, writer, pastor, TV ho…
 
Today we conclude our special digital health series with the incredible Susan Seay. Susan is a mentor for moms, podcast host, speaker, and consultant. Plus, she has SEVEN awesome kids - so she's basically an all-star human being. Today, she and Jessica have a deeply thoughtful and practical conversation about ways we can engage technology safely wi…
 
Today, we welcome back Tracy Foster – the Co-Founder and Executive Director of START. START champions using technology responsibly for overall digital health. Tracy and Jessica share a really vulnerable conversation about how last week's great tech advice actually works now that the pandemic is changing the rules. Are the kids getting too much scre…
 
Today we continue our series all about our digital health. Joining Jessica is Tracy Foster – the Co-Founder and Executive Director of START. START champions using technology responsibly for overall digital health. Tracy and Jessica's conversation will not only give you practical tools for how to parent in a tech-driven world but will share vulnerab…
 
Today we launch a brand-new series all about our digital health. During the pandemic, our need to be connected - even digitally - is at an all-time high, but at what cost? Are we using tech to escape? Is it making us more or less socially aware? Are our phones listening to us? To answer all of those questions, and more, Jessica spends time with Max…
 
This is an encore presentation of the October 17, 2018 conversation with Latasha Morrison. --- We all need to be people who leverage our power and bring what we’ve got to the table to make the world a better place. In the case of this week’s guest, Latasha Morrison, she is bringing all of us to the table to talk about race, reconciliation, empathy,…
 
Today we get to spend time with the brilliant and brave Shannon Sedgewick Davis. Shannon's journey is one that found her committed to ending mass genocide around the globe and searching for Joseph Kony: a child kidnapper and war criminal who has escaped capture for more than two decades. As Shannon walks through her journey with Jessica, we'll expe…
 
Today, Stefanie Boyce allows Jessica into her heartbreaking story of loss as she recounts the events that led up to her first two children dying within months of each other. Yet somehow, even in the midst of this grief, Stefanie gives to us an overwhelming perspective on what it means to be resilient and move forward when life comes crashing down. …
 
There is truly no better person to continue our special Resilience Series than Rebecca Bender. At a young age, Rebecca was sold into human trafficking. What transpired, and what she'll share with us today, is an unbelievable journey. Join Rebecca and Jessica as they walk through the dire realities of this story, as well as discover the courage it t…
 
Today we're getting "therapized." As we continue our Resilience Series, Jessica sits down with her special guest, Lori Gottlieb. Lori is a psychotherapist, New York Times bestselling author, nationally recognized journalist, and weekly “Dear Therapist” columnist for The Atlantic. Jessica and Lori discuss some of the ways we can be proactive in purs…
 
You will not believe the story you're about to hear. As we continue our special Resilience Series, we're honored to welcome Jessica Buchanan. For 93 horrific days, Jessica was held hostage under brutal conditions. In her journey to survive, she learned an incredible amount about who she was, and how to live fully — even when that seems impossible. …
 
As we continue our special Resilience Series, we're honored to welcome Ruthie Lindsey. Ruthie's story is a long and winding road that is filled with pain, struggling, addiction, and loss. Yet her journey doesn't end with tragedy but with an amazing message of purpose. Today, Jessica and Ruthie share a conversation that not only details the beats of…
 
As we continue our special Resilience Series, we're so pleased to welcome Jen Gotch. Jen is a truly inspiring creative, entrepreneur, and mental health advocate. As the founder of ban.do, Jen has taken an unlikely path to success that includes embracing flaws and understanding the influence of mental illness on her creativity. Today, Jessica and Je…
 
As we continue our special Resilience Series, we're so pleased to welcome Katherine Wolf and her incredible perspective! At just 26, Katherine suffered a massive brain stem stroke that nearly ended her life. Miraculously, she survived – and her story of loss, suffering, resilience and ultimately hope is exactly what we need to hear during these try…
 
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