Believe It and Behave It:
How to Restart, Reset,
and Reframe Your Life

This was, by far, the most difficult – and most important – piece I have ever written: my book.

On February 12, 2009 I suffered a traumatic brain injury, also known as TBI.

There was concern that I would not survive. I did, obviously, and what followed were several years of messes, miracles, and meaning.

Once I was “better,” I realized that everything I had learned, and was still learning, could be useful to others.


Brené Brown said (at an event in February 2018), “Trauma is trauma.”


I knew that I was not the only one who faced crises, setbacks, and traumas and didn’t know what to do.

I could appreciate the hurt, confusion, and regret felt by people who lost their jobs, declared bankruptcy, and left abusive relationships (among other things).

I knew how frustrating, confusing, and devastating it felt when friends and colleagues “moved on.”

I was someone who once lived in a rabbit hole of self-doubt, assumption, and fear.

And I had learned how to face, battle, and conquer them. So I wrote about my experiences, framing them with candor and clarity, holding nothing back.

To recover from trauma, we need a blueprint. This blueprint helps you formulate, activate, and live your comebacks.

That is why I wrote Believe It and Behave It: How to Restart, Reset, and Reframe Your Life. I wrote it for me, for you, and for everyone.

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What Readers Say About Believe It and Behave It

Kate Harvie shares a journey that could change your life. The number of "Oh wow" ideas, quotes, and mindset guidance you will highlight, and find yourself coming back to every day, is huge here. While the book is not long, the impact it can have - if you're ready to be honest with and value yourself - can be infinite.

Bryan Falchuk, CPT BCSBestselling Author, The 50 75 100 Solution: Build Better Relationships and Do a Day

There is much self-awareness, forgiveness and generosity for others in this book, an expression of a truly gifted, hard to label author who heals with her words and the conscious reframing of her nearly fatal accident. Read it. It will shift your perspective on friendship and family.

Sheila LewisCo-author, Spanda Cards for the Entrepreneurial Spirit

I don’t often feel like I need the inspirational advice of others, but there are countless moments in this book that re-invigorated my spirit and passion to push through some of the struggles I face in life. Definitely have a highlighter handy.

Taji AqibHip Hop Artist, Philosopher, Philanthropist

Kate paints this picture of her struggle with a traumatic brain injury, something I can't say I have experienced. But I was able to connect with her story and find much more we have in common than when I first began the book. Kate's writing gets to the heart of the message and she says it like it should be said, without a filter.

Jordan John BrawnerMarketing Director, I2Five; Multimedia Artist

Believe It and Behave It is a poignant, moving, and compelling piece of nonfiction that will help, inspire and captivate its readers from the very start until the very end.

Aimee AnnRed Headed Book Lover
Kate Harvie

Kate Harvie is a strategist, marketer, and editor. She wears candor like a fragrance, and has worked in big business, small business, and startups. She is a contributing writer and does outreach for the Universal Hip Hop Museum. She writes for Localeur, OZY Media, and In Step Beauty. Also, Kate is working on becoming a Trauma Whisperer.

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