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Confidence

It’s a 🎤 drop of a quote, and it may even sting a bit. It did for me when I initially read it, then I quickly realized the power of how deeply this resonates for probably most of us regardless of whether we’re entrepreneurs earning $200/month or $2 million/month, or where we’re at professionally or personally. That *thing* that‘s tugging at your heart and mind MUST be pursued - and the longer you ignore it, the more painful it becomes. And there lies the rub. That attitude comes from your constant unfulfilled desire. It’s literally weighing you down, dampening your spirit, and you’ll never be happy until...

Winding down a hectic workday and crazy work week with this guy. 😍 He’s part of the driving force behind my why, along with his brother. I’ve been tough on myself this week. #vulnerablemoment I’ve been beating myself up a bit about where I think I should be at this point in my business and playing the coulda, woulda, shoulda game in my head. I do know better (it’s something I help my clients with) and I did manage to steer that bully mindset around in my head to a much kinder, loving voice and perspective. How did I turn it around? Well apart from simply knowing that...

You maybe asking how you can possibly let something go because that feeling about that person, place or thing was part of your identity wrapped up in a strong belief. It served a purpose. You may ask: How do I know it’s time to let it go? For instance, women entrepreneurs often struggle to see themselves as big contenders in business. They don’t see themselves as the powerful global changemakers that they actually are. I find this particularly sad to see because the life they’ve been dreaming of is on the other side of that negative belief. They may have all the know-how and all the...

Many years ago I was living in Sydney, Australia, and worked in a beachfront café in Manly. I worked with an international staff along with two hilarious British cooks. I worked most morning shifts alongside the cooks, who used to admire a gorgeous surfer girl everyday walking back, surfboard in hand, from her morning ritual on the waves. They obsessed about her and because they didn't know her name, they called her "Juliet". All in fun one of the cooks would recite lines from Shakespeare, loud enough for only our ears and entertainment, as she confidently floated past us in her teensy...