Each week I have the pleasure of helping women step out of their comfort zones. These women want to grow their business, be seen, and make a difference but many of them are stuck and struggling with resistance, hesitation, perfectionism, and the constant worry of what others will think. Guess what? I used to be the same! I kept myself small and safe until a family friend volunteered me for a community leadership position leadership with the neighborhood athletic association.
These past months have been stressful for most, incredibly challenging for many, and really difficult for others. Some people wonder if things will ever get easy again. They will. Your life challenges will vary from cloudy days to full-on hurricanes. Over an entire lifetime, most of us will have many more sunny days than stormy ones, but when you are grieving or struggling with the challenges and disappointments in life it doesn't seem that way. During my life I have had a fe
I'm SO OVER meditation shaming! That's when women say things like, "I meditate for 30 minutes each morning at 5 am", and then her friend says, "Well, I meditate for 20 minutes TWICE a day, seven days a week." A third person chimes in and says "I do guided meditations twice a week with a guru from India." And everyone around them feels like a loser. The truth is that forcing an active woman to silence her brain is like asking her not to breathe. Quieting your mind, though, is