22 of the Best Rhonda Britten Quotes

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As so many of you know, I love a good quote. 

I love quotes that inspire, quotes that resonate, and quotes that help you see the world through a whole new lens.

Over the years, I’ve collected so many quotes from those who inspire me, and I’ve continued to document my own quotes that are deeply embedded in Fearless Living. These are quotes that helped me turn my life around, quotes that helped hundreds of people during Life Coaching sessions, and quotes that I know will help you too.

I encourage you to read through this full list of Fearless Living quotes. Save the ones that have the most impact on your current goals and dreams. Copy them in your journal and print them out to display.

I pin my favorite quotes in the front of my journal, have them framed on my desk, stick them on the fridge, and pin them up inside cupboard doors. These little reminders help me stay on track and keep me inspired to live the life my soul intended™—and they will do the same for you.

And with that… Let’s get to the quote that’s the backbone of the Fearless Living program.

 

Table of Contents

“Live the life your soul intended.” ™ - Rhonda Britten

Living the life your soul intended is what living Fearlessly is all about. It’s living for you. It’s finding your true calling—what your soul was always meant to accomplish. For me, that’s Fearless Living and helping thousands of individuals just like you live a life of passion, confidence, belonging, and self-love.

Fearless Living Quote Live the life your soul intended

 

“Do you act like the world is FOR you or AGAINST you?” - Rhonda Britten

Which is it? Think about your thoughts, words, and actions. Are you living your life like the world is on your side, or do you see everything that happens to you as a slight? In your current state, are you a glass half-full or half-empty person? 

A shift in perspective—a positive shift—can revolutionize your outlook on life. Soon, you’ll stop looking at those rainy days as a bad sign from the universe and instead see the flowers that grew from the April showers. Soon you won’t even notice the traffic; you’ll see the beauty of the journey and the rolling landscape outside your window.

 

“Slow is the new fast.” - Rhonda Britten

SLOW DOWN. Your body, mind, and soul need breaks. Is this a reminder you need to see and hear on a daily basis?

 

“Boundaries honor your soul.” - Rhonda Britten

Boundaries are the backbone of a healthy and happy life. They ensure you are safe physically and mentally, and they help you establish healthy, trusting relationships with yourself, partner, friends, and family.

I have oodles to say about boundaries, and I can’t do them justice here. I encourage you to check out my guide: Why Personal Boundaries Are Important and How to Develop Them.

 

“Beating yourself up is the single most damaging thing you can do to yourself. Instead, acknowledge yourself.” - Rhonda Britten

What is your inner and outer self-talk like? Do you pick yourself up, give words of encouragement, and act with self-love and compassion? Or do you tear yourself down, compare yourself to others, and tell yourself you can’t succeed?

When you catch yourself beating yourself up, change the narrative. Instead, acknowledge yourself and wherever you are on your current journey. You are good and beautiful just the way you are. Acknowledge both the ups and the downs with compassion.

 

“Are you willing to be wrong about everything to find the right life for you?” - Rhonda Britten

Rhonda Britten quote - Are you willing to be wrong about everything to find the right life for you?

Are you willing to be wrong? Change takes courage and strength. In order to build your dream life and truly live the life your soul intended, you must be willing to be wrong.

 

“Self-mastery is being comfortable being uncomfortable.” - Rhonda Britten

How comfortable are you with the uncomfortable? When you hear the word risk, what does it make you feel? 

Are you someone who sees risks for the opportunities they are, or are you someone who leans into what’s known and comfortable?

In many cases, taking a risk is the key to increasing your self-confidence and opening you up to more opportunities and experiences.

Applying for a promotion is a risk. Starting a relationship is a risk. Giving your children freedom is a risk. Buying a home is a risk. Trying unfamiliar food is a risk. Publishing a book is a risk. And all of these things are uncomfortable, at least at the beginning.

Learn how taking risks is often a necessary step in reaching your goals: How Taking Risks Can Lead You to a Better Life.

 

“There is never ever a reason to disempower yourself or another human being.” - Rhonda Britten

Never, ever, ever. Let’s toss away disempowerment in exchange for living FEARLESSLY, living with intent, and living with compassion for yourself and others.

 

“Do not wait for others to love you; you must decide to love yourself.” - Rhonda Britten

Wait for no one. Love is something you can and must provide for yourself. It’s only when you love yourself that you open yourself up to love from other people. Love yourself first and foremost. Show yourself and those around you compassion, and love in all shapes, sizes, and forms will find its way to you.

 

“Acts of self-care are acts of self-love.” - Rhonda Britten

Fearless Living Acts of self-love - Rhonda quote

You must, must, MUST take care of yourself. Demonstrate your love for yourself with acts of self-care, like reading your favorite book, tending your garden, walking in nature, taking a bath with ALL of the bubbles, or lathering yourself in your favorite lotion. 

While it may be tempting for you to work 24/7 to achieve your goals, you must take breaks. You must check-in with yourself. Burning yourself out benefits no one—least of all yourself. Show yourself compassion and love by scheduling acts of self-care into your calendar. 

 

“Complaining advertises your fears.” - Rhonda Britten

Are you a chronic complainer? When you speak to other people, do you constantly speak about the negative in your life and how the world is against you? Do you focus on everything that has and could go wrong or do you focus on what has and could go right?

Complaining makes your fears bright and clear to the world. The next time you find yourself complaining, ask yourself why. Where is this habit coming from? Deep down, what is it that you’re afraid of?

 

“No one can be FEARLESS alone.” - Rhonda Britten

Find a tribe that supports and honors you. Find a tribe that helps you be the best version of yourself. Find a tribe that helps you live the life your soul intended. 

This is one of the many reasons I built Fearless Living and established the Fearless You network—so that you didn’t have to transform your life alone.

The beautiful, compassionate, and committed community at Fearless You is only a click away.

 

“You are doing better than you think you are.” - Rhonda Britten

No matter where you are in your Fearless journey, you are doing better than you think you are. Simply being here, reading these quotes, and thinking about your life with intention is a huge step. Pat yourself on the back for your courage and curiosity. 

 

“Your true self would never accept your excuses.” - Rhonda Britten

See the excuses for what they are. Excuses are embedded and drenched in our deepest fears. Take a deep, hard look at the excuses that come so naturally to you. What fears do they stem from?

 

“The biggest casualty of fear is love.” - Rhonda Britten

If you want to stop fear in its tracks, love is the answer. Self-love, love for your family and friends, love of nature, love of God, love of the universe, or love of any greater power than yourself stifles fear.

 

“When you live in the past, you can’t get to your future.” - Rhonda Britten

Rhonda Britten Quote - When you live in the past, you can’t get to your future

Living in the past keeps you from your future. It keeps you stuck and planted where you are, which means you’re not able to follow your dreams, believe in yourself, and or live the life your soul intended.

 

“Your yes means nothing if you can’t say no.” - Rhonda Britten

Saying yes to everything means saying yes to nothing. There’s only so much time in a day and only so much you that you can give to the world. When you say yes to every task, offer, event, meeting, gathering, outing, call, etc., you don’t have time to fully commit yourself to anything.

Spreading yourself thin pulls you away from what matters most and keeps you from making true progress on the goals that will have the most impact on your life. Stop saying yes to everything and start making soul decisions

Say yes and fully commit yourself to the actions that will help you realize your dreams.

 

“The feeling that you’re afraid to feel is running your life.” - Rhonda Britten

We have such a wide variety of feelings for a reason. They all have a purpose and place. Even if a feeling doesn’t feel good, it’s still real, and it’s there to help you navigate your life and become stronger for every bump or triumph. 

Let’s get something straight: All feelings feel real. This is why we honor ALL feelings.

Allow yourself to feel it all. Don’t allow fear to keep you from feeling sad if something sad happens. Go ahead, cry in that sad movie. Cry because you lost someone you care about. Feel that tinge of worry and excitement as the plane is about to take off. Sing aloud because the sun is shining. Laugh at the silly joke. Smile simply because it's a new day.

Feeling honestly and deeply will help you forgive and move on with your ideal future.

 

“Honor your feelings. Act on your commitments.” - Rhonda Britten

Feelings are beautiful, raw, and real. No matter how much you may not want to feel certain feelings, it’s important to honor them. Where does the sadness, pain, anger, angst, sorrow, apathy, jealousy, or loneliness come from?

Instead of pushing those feelings away and burying them deep down, honor and acknowledge where they come from. Acknowledge them, but don’t let those feelings guide your decision making or keep you from honoring your commitments to yourself. When it comes to commitments, it’s time for action.

 

“Feelings lie.” - Rhonda Britten

Oh yes, they do! Feelings are full of tricks and turns. While it’s important to value and honor all feelings, we also must have a clear head when it comes to them. Because when your feelings are guided by fear, they can deceive you.

Take the time to understand where a feeling comes from. If you can’t pinpoint the source immediately, dig deeper. Does the feeling stem from fear? Are you caught up in a past trauma that hasn’t been acknowledged? Are you worried about what other people think? Are you afraid you’re not good enough? Are you holding on to something you haven’t yet been able to forgive?

 

“The more you embrace your humanity, the more divine your experience.” - Rhonda Britten

We are all human, simple as that. We are all flawed and full of imperfections. That’s what makes us human, and that’s what makes you so beautifully YOU. No one else is like you, and isn’t that wonderful? 

Perfection isn’t what connects us—it’s imperfection. Embrace your humanity to connect with yourself, the humans around you, and the divine. Trust me, your experience in life will be so, so, so much easier when you are able to accept yourself as being human.

 

“Are you making it up or is it a fact?” - Rhonda Britten

Fact or Feelings - woman holding up quote sign

The question is one of my absolute favorites!

At Fearless Living, we know that all feelings have value. Every feeling guides us toward a greater awareness of who we are.

However, a lot of feelings aren’t based on facts. These feelings are misleading, as they are guided and generated by our fear.

When negative, fearful feelings start to surge through your stomach, heart, mind, and soul, take a deep breath and ask yourself this simple question: “Am I making it up, or is it a fact?”

I have a full guide on how to use this powerful quote as an exercise to fight back against the hold that fear has over you: Facts Over Feelings: “Am I Making It Up, Or Is It a Fact?”

 

More Inspiration for Living Fearlessly

The Fearless Living community was built based on decades of work cracking the code to fear. It’s where people just like you come to find inspiration, get unstuck, grow in ways they never thought possible, and finally live the life their soul intended™.

If these quotes inspired you, I know you’ll absolutely LOVE Fearless You. It’s the Fearless Living membership program—your one-stop-shop with everything you need to master fear and build unshakeable confidence. It's like having me as your Life Coach all year long!

From Fear to Freedom
From Fear to Freedom GUIDE topaz enhance sharpen hiresDOWNLOAD GUIDE

As so many of you know, I love a good quote. 

I love quotes that inspire, quotes that resonate, and quotes that help you see the world through a whole new lens.

Over the years, I’ve collected so many quotes from those who inspire me, and I’ve continued to document my own quotes that are deeply embedded in Fearless Living. These are quotes that helped me turn my life around, quotes that helped hundreds of people during Life Coaching sessions, and quotes that I know will help you too.

I encourage you to read through this full list of Fearless Living quotes. Save the ones that have the most impact on your current goals and dreams. Copy them in your journal and print them out to display.

I pin my favorite quotes in the front of my journal, have them framed on my desk, stick them on the fridge, and pin them up inside cupboard doors. These little reminders help me stay on track and keep me inspired to live the life my soul intended™—and they will do the same for you.

And with that… Let’s get to the quote that’s the backbone of the Fearless Living program.

 

Table of Contents

“Live the life your soul intended.” ™ - Rhonda Britten

Living the life your soul intended is what living Fearlessly is all about. It’s living for you. It’s finding your true calling—what your soul was always meant to accomplish. For me, that’s Fearless Living and helping thousands of individuals just like you live a life of passion, confidence, belonging, and self-love.

Fearless Living Quote Live the life your soul intended

 

“Do you act like the world is FOR you or AGAINST you?” - Rhonda Britten

Which is it? Think about your thoughts, words, and actions. Are you living your life like the world is on your side, or do you see everything that happens to you as a slight? In your current state, are you a glass half-full or half-empty person? 

A shift in perspective—a positive shift—can revolutionize your outlook on life. Soon, you’ll stop looking at those rainy days as a bad sign from the universe and instead see the flowers that grew from the April showers. Soon you won’t even notice the traffic; you’ll see the beauty of the journey and the rolling landscape outside your window.

 

“Slow is the new fast.” - Rhonda Britten

SLOW DOWN. Your body, mind, and soul need breaks. Is this a reminder you need to see and hear on a daily basis?

 

“Boundaries honor your soul.” - Rhonda Britten

Boundaries are the backbone of a healthy and happy life. They ensure you are safe physically and mentally, and they help you establish healthy, trusting relationships with yourself, partner, friends, and family.

I have oodles to say about boundaries, and I can’t do them justice here. I encourage you to check out my guide: Why Personal Boundaries Are Important and How to Develop Them.

 

“Beating yourself up is the single most damaging thing you can do to yourself. Instead, acknowledge yourself.” - Rhonda Britten

What is your inner and outer self-talk like? Do you pick yourself up, give words of encouragement, and act with self-love and compassion? Or do you tear yourself down, compare yourself to others, and tell yourself you can’t succeed?

When you catch yourself beating yourself up, change the narrative. Instead, acknowledge yourself and wherever you are on your current journey. You are good and beautiful just the way you are. Acknowledge both the ups and the downs with compassion.

 

“Are you willing to be wrong about everything to find the right life for you?” - Rhonda Britten

Rhonda Britten quote - Are you willing to be wrong about everything to find the right life for you?

Are you willing to be wrong? Change takes courage and strength. In order to build your dream life and truly live the life your soul intended, you must be willing to be wrong.

 

“Self-mastery is being comfortable being uncomfortable.” - Rhonda Britten

How comfortable are you with the uncomfortable? When you hear the word risk, what does it make you feel? 

Are you someone who sees risks for the opportunities they are, or are you someone who leans into what’s known and comfortable?

In many cases, taking a risk is the key to increasing your self-confidence and opening you up to more opportunities and experiences.

Applying for a promotion is a risk. Starting a relationship is a risk. Giving your children freedom is a risk. Buying a home is a risk. Trying unfamiliar food is a risk. Publishing a book is a risk. And all of these things are uncomfortable, at least at the beginning.

Learn how taking risks is often a necessary step in reaching your goals: How Taking Risks Can Lead You to a Better Life.

 

“There is never ever a reason to disempower yourself or another human being.” - Rhonda Britten

Never, ever, ever. Let’s toss away disempowerment in exchange for living FEARLESSLY, living with intent, and living with compassion for yourself and others.

 

“Do not wait for others to love you; you must decide to love yourself.” - Rhonda Britten

Wait for no one. Love is something you can and must provide for yourself. It’s only when you love yourself that you open yourself up to love from other people. Love yourself first and foremost. Show yourself and those around you compassion, and love in all shapes, sizes, and forms will find its way to you.

 

“Acts of self-care are acts of self-love.” - Rhonda Britten

Fearless Living Acts of self-love - Rhonda quote

You must, must, MUST take care of yourself. Demonstrate your love for yourself with acts of self-care, like reading your favorite book, tending your garden, walking in nature, taking a bath with ALL of the bubbles, or lathering yourself in your favorite lotion. 

While it may be tempting for you to work 24/7 to achieve your goals, you must take breaks. You must check-in with yourself. Burning yourself out benefits no one—least of all yourself. Show yourself compassion and love by scheduling acts of self-care into your calendar. 

 

“Complaining advertises your fears.” - Rhonda Britten

Are you a chronic complainer? When you speak to other people, do you constantly speak about the negative in your life and how the world is against you? Do you focus on everything that has and could go wrong or do you focus on what has and could go right?

Complaining makes your fears bright and clear to the world. The next time you find yourself complaining, ask yourself why. Where is this habit coming from? Deep down, what is it that you’re afraid of?

 

“No one can be FEARLESS alone.” - Rhonda Britten

Find a tribe that supports and honors you. Find a tribe that helps you be the best version of yourself. Find a tribe that helps you live the life your soul intended. 

This is one of the many reasons I built Fearless Living and established the Fearless You network—so that you didn’t have to transform your life alone.

The beautiful, compassionate, and committed community at Fearless You is only a click away.

 

“You are doing better than you think you are.” - Rhonda Britten

No matter where you are in your Fearless journey, you are doing better than you think you are. Simply being here, reading these quotes, and thinking about your life with intention is a huge step. Pat yourself on the back for your courage and curiosity. 

 

“Your true self would never accept your excuses.” - Rhonda Britten

See the excuses for what they are. Excuses are embedded and drenched in our deepest fears. Take a deep, hard look at the excuses that come so naturally to you. What fears do they stem from?

 

“The biggest casualty of fear is love.” - Rhonda Britten

If you want to stop fear in its tracks, love is the answer. Self-love, love for your family and friends, love of nature, love of God, love of the universe, or love of any greater power than yourself stifles fear.

 

“When you live in the past, you can’t get to your future.” - Rhonda Britten

Rhonda Britten Quote - When you live in the past, you can’t get to your future

Living in the past keeps you from your future. It keeps you stuck and planted where you are, which means you’re not able to follow your dreams, believe in yourself, and or live the life your soul intended.

 

“Your yes means nothing if you can’t say no.” - Rhonda Britten

Saying yes to everything means saying yes to nothing. There’s only so much time in a day and only so much you that you can give to the world. When you say yes to every task, offer, event, meeting, gathering, outing, call, etc., you don’t have time to fully commit yourself to anything.

Spreading yourself thin pulls you away from what matters most and keeps you from making true progress on the goals that will have the most impact on your life. Stop saying yes to everything and start making soul decisions

Say yes and fully commit yourself to the actions that will help you realize your dreams.

 

“The feeling that you’re afraid to feel is running your life.” - Rhonda Britten

We have such a wide variety of feelings for a reason. They all have a purpose and place. Even if a feeling doesn’t feel good, it’s still real, and it’s there to help you navigate your life and become stronger for every bump or triumph. 

Let’s get something straight: All feelings feel real. This is why we honor ALL feelings.

Allow yourself to feel it all. Don’t allow fear to keep you from feeling sad if something sad happens. Go ahead, cry in that sad movie. Cry because you lost someone you care about. Feel that tinge of worry and excitement as the plane is about to take off. Sing aloud because the sun is shining. Laugh at the silly joke. Smile simply because it's a new day.

Feeling honestly and deeply will help you forgive and move on with your ideal future.

 

“Honor your feelings. Act on your commitments.” - Rhonda Britten

Feelings are beautiful, raw, and real. No matter how much you may not want to feel certain feelings, it’s important to honor them. Where does the sadness, pain, anger, angst, sorrow, apathy, jealousy, or loneliness come from?

Instead of pushing those feelings away and burying them deep down, honor and acknowledge where they come from. Acknowledge them, but don’t let those feelings guide your decision making or keep you from honoring your commitments to yourself. When it comes to commitments, it’s time for action.

 

“Feelings lie.” - Rhonda Britten

Oh yes, they do! Feelings are full of tricks and turns. While it’s important to value and honor all feelings, we also must have a clear head when it comes to them. Because when your feelings are guided by fear, they can deceive you.

Take the time to understand where a feeling comes from. If you can’t pinpoint the source immediately, dig deeper. Does the feeling stem from fear? Are you caught up in a past trauma that hasn’t been acknowledged? Are you worried about what other people think? Are you afraid you’re not good enough? Are you holding on to something you haven’t yet been able to forgive?

 

“The more you embrace your humanity, the more divine your experience.” - Rhonda Britten

We are all human, simple as that. We are all flawed and full of imperfections. That’s what makes us human, and that’s what makes you so beautifully YOU. No one else is like you, and isn’t that wonderful? 

Perfection isn’t what connects us—it’s imperfection. Embrace your humanity to connect with yourself, the humans around you, and the divine. Trust me, your experience in life will be so, so, so much easier when you are able to accept yourself as being human.

 

“Are you making it up or is it a fact?” - Rhonda Britten

Fact or Feelings - woman holding up quote sign

The question is one of my absolute favorites!

At Fearless Living, we know that all feelings have value. Every feeling guides us toward a greater awareness of who we are.

However, a lot of feelings aren’t based on facts. These feelings are misleading, as they are guided and generated by our fear.

When negative, fearful feelings start to surge through your stomach, heart, mind, and soul, take a deep breath and ask yourself this simple question: “Am I making it up, or is it a fact?”

I have a full guide on how to use this powerful quote as an exercise to fight back against the hold that fear has over you: Facts Over Feelings: “Am I Making It Up, Or Is It a Fact?”

 

More Inspiration for Living Fearlessly

The Fearless Living community was built based on decades of work cracking the code to fear. It’s where people just like you come to find inspiration, get unstuck, grow in ways they never thought possible, and finally live the life their soul intended™.

If these quotes inspired you, I know you’ll absolutely LOVE Fearless You. It’s the Fearless Living membership program—your one-stop-shop with everything you need to master fear and build unshakeable confidence. It's like having me as your Life Coach all year long!

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