My guest today is Kat John, Authenticity Coach, speaker and leader of the ZEROFKS movement. Kat is a real, raw and relatable woman on a powerful mission. She inspires people to look inside themselves and be the solution to their lives instead of the victim of their circumstances.
From childhood sexual abuse, bulimia, drug addiction, chronic pain, pain medication addiction and brain surgery, Kat’s life had hit rock bottom by her early 20’s. She became depressed, battled suicidal thoughts and felt like she was at a dead end.
It all changed when a neurology professor convinced her to shift her focus to the inside in order to help the outside.
Kat swapped medicine for meditation, started listening to and moving her body, practiced visualisation, listened to her inner voice and completely rewired her brain.
Ten months later, Kat John was unrecognisable. Now, knowing and owning her story, she helps others do the same through her coaching, speaking events, podcast and incredible presence on Instagram. Go check out her dance moves!
In this episode, Kat shares her powerful story of how she came to know herself through such incredible adversity. She shares the three most powerful steps someone can take to live authentically; defining your values, knowing the difference between your ego and your true self, and learning how to self enquire.
Kat’s ZEROFKS movement is about giving zero fucks to the thought you have in your own head about what you can or cannot do. Every Tuesday, Kat jumps on Instagram to show her followers what it means to just be yourself by dancing without abandonment.
This movement has spread like wildfire, encouraging people all over the world to drop into their body and express themselves authentically.
Kat has worked with many powerful brands such as Lululemon, Women’s Health, ABC Radio and MOVEMBER. In this episode we talk about the importance of aligning yourself with brands that honour your values, and Kat ensures this is always the case for her.
We all have a powerful story to share. There’s no point comparing yourself to somebody else because when you step into who YOU are in an authentic way, that’s where the real magic happens.