Talking tolerating discomfort, Brené Brown, the freedom of not giving a damn, and more with Sharyn Holmes

Stepping Into Truth: Conversations on Race, Gender, and Social Justice

Episode 20


Sharyn Holmes

In this conversation Gutsy Girl Sharyn Holmes and I discuss doing the work of social justice, how important it is to be able to sit with discomfort as we do this work, Brené Brown and so much more. I loved this conversation for its clarity and honesty. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

Sharyn Holmes is a biracial Asian Australian. Not for the faint of heart, Sharyn’s work dives deep into social justice, spirituality and personal sovereignty.

Sharyn works as a consultant and coach to clients in the spiritual, online business, creative and wellness industries on anti-racism & conscious business strategy guiding them to cultivate an anti-racist identity.

She disrupts spiritual business and entrepreneurial spaces with #dearselfstyledguru letters calling for better representation, equity and inclusion for Black, Indigenous and Womxn of Colour.

She teaches people through her workshops and programs, Unpack Your Privilege, Gut Instinct and the program Gutsy Leadership combining soul, conscious business strategy and social justice.

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