I notice that many women are resistant to seeking out or saying yes to opportunities that will take them to the next level of success. I hear them say things like, "I'm not ready" and "Let me get another certification first." They also are often reluctant to accept offers to increase visibility such as board positions, media interviews, and other leadership opportunities, yet I notice they say YES to more work without more pay, more responsibilities without recognition, and "
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.
I have an important message for you this week, and if there is a young woman in your life, this message is for her too. By age 13, 80% of girls who use social media distort the way they look online. It's time we change that. Social media is a big part of young people’s lives -- but retouching apps and the pressure to post the ‘perfect selfie’ are hurting their self-esteem and confidence. Please watch this video with a young person that you care about and let's begin to rever
Over the past few weeks, I've noticed my clients looking for reasons and excuses about why they are who they are and why they do what they do. 🤷🏻♀️ I've done this myself. 🙃 Many years ago I paid someone for an evaluation and was disappointed when the evaluation was positive. 😳 I think we've been conditioned as women to always assume that things are not right and always our fault. 😕 THAT. IS. NOT. TRUE. 💯 Tune in to this week's Monday Morning Mastermind to hear