Love is complicated. Especially for women. We are taught to be objects of desire. We are taught to be rescued. We are taught that men complete us. Movies and fairy tales told us to wait patiently and passively in a tower for our other half. One day our prince charming would save us from our evil stepmother. Then we would be whole! Our life would be full of magic, glass slippers, horse-drawn carriages and glittering ball gowns. Once we were rescued, we could live the rest of our days in love as an adored princess. I can’t tell you how . . .
What do you think a powerful woman looks like? What does she act like? Can she scale mountains with one-hand behind her back? When people are unkind, does she put people in their place with snarky cutting words? Does she do everything on her own in the name of fierce independence? The truth is we don’t really have many strong examples of what a powerful woman is like… I was thinking about this as I was getting ready for my presentation in Miami last week. Whenever I am taking my work to the next level I double down on self-care. . . .
This week, I’ve got something special for you. OMG, I cannot even begin to share the magic and power I felt this past weekend at the talk I gave in the Miami Conference. It was truly fabulous. I was so nervous, but your kind words and the magic of the Universe showed up, so I could fully step into my power in that moment. I felt changed by sharing my story. I felt changed by the energy of the brave women in the room who share theirs. But mostly, I was so honored to be a part of a full . . .
I can barely contain myself of the excitement I feel to finally share what I’ve been working for the past eight months with you! This is my life’s work. My truth. Many years of experience, intense dedication, hours of commitment, many tears of pain and joy. Many hours of working with clients, amazing women from all over the world who opened their hearts and shared their stories and pain. For the last eight months my team and I have been quietly and passionately working on a powerful project. This creation couldn’t be rushed, it needed to be revealed. It needed . . .
Let’s be honest. We aren’t taught to value making investments in ourselves. We live in a society that encourages us to upgrade our phones, wardrobes and cars constantly. We fill our houses and our closets with stuff. We clutter our life with Netflix, magazines and a sweater we bought on sale that we never wore. When we don’t invest in ourselves, we deprive our souls of nourishment. It breaks my heart when I meet potential clients and they hold themselves back because they are terrified to invest in themselves. They say things like: “Maybe next year.” “I have never spent . . .