My Latest Writings
We often think of personal growth and development in terms of addition. We think of adding on more skills. We look at becoming “more”. But after working with thousands of women, I have learned that personal growth for women is actually a removal process.
Is it time to re-evaluate your relationships? This is the topic we are tackling on this week’s Women in the Business Arena podcast. It is a perfect time to really decide who enlivens you and who drains you. This is our final episode of the season.
Your truth is ALWAYS available to you! You don’t need to find it or figure it out. You might need to remove what is in the way of seeing your truth, but it is always there. It is so important to validate what we feel, what we know and our individual wisdom. Don’t miss this week’s podcast episode.
Before we can really solidify our goals, we have to know what we want and be able to feel our vision. These episodes tap into these topics. Desire & Vision is a big piece of the work I do with women. These four episodes give you some really great reference points...
We’re told that we’re supposed to be working on ourselves, finding and fixing problem areas. That we’re not worthy unless we resist the parts of ourselves that don’t fit the traditional, masculine frameworks of leadership.This week on Women in the Business Arena, we’re exploring ways to grow that embrace and integrate, rather than divide and conquer, our authentic selves.
When it comes to marketing, so many of us are doing Too Much. Trying to be everywhere at once is a recipe for disillusionment and burnout. Diluting ourselves doesn’t just sap our life force, it wastes our time and waters down our impact. This is what we are diving into in this week’s podcast.
External resources are limited and finite. But inside each of us is an unlimited reserve of power & strength. This week, Laura and I talk about what we can embrace when we stop looking outside ourselves for sustenance and return to the infinite sources of power inside ourselves.
As entrepreneurs & leaders, as women in the world, we’re under enormous pressure to show up perfectly and all “put together”. But in order to truly grow, we must have room to be our messy selves. So where is it safe to be real? This is what we are talking about on the podcast this week.