12 Confidence Rules for My Daughter

1. Ask for what you want 2. Don’t take sand to the beach. 3. Treat every walk way as if it’s a runway. 4. If he opens the car door for you; he’s a keeper 5. Never accept the first offer 6. Act like you belong there; because you do 7. Request early check-in and late check-out 8. If told in confidence, don’t share 9. Build a Tribe; Love them hard 10. Set your standards high; the right one will exceed them 11. Don’t compare yourself to others; comparison is the thief of Joy 12. YOU ARE ENOUGH

What are your Core Values?

During one of my recent workshops on identifying your values I was asked, “How many core values does a person need to master in order to be successful?” It was such a great question that I decided to write about it! As you can imagine, first and foremost you have to identify your values. On the surface most people begin to name such values as: Honesty, Family, Love, Service to others, just to name a few. Our values are simply those things that are most important to us at the very core of who we believe ourselves to be. It is an unwavering belief in what we stand for. When we know our values, we can be clear on our personal definition of success and live a happier life doing what’s most impor

How to Actively Promote Your Own Self-Confidence

Even the greatest leaders lack self-confidence at certain times. Self-confidence is not a static quality; rather, it’s a mindset that takes effort to maintain when the going gets rough. It must be learned, practiced and mastered just like any other skill. But once you master whys to promote it, you will be changed for the better. Here are seven effective ways to actively promote your own self-confidence. 1. - Self-confidence is a state of mind that is achieved through intentional action. Allotting time to nurture your mind, body and spirit (preferably one hour a day) can be done in a variety of ways. I prefer to read, exercise and meditate in the morning. If you’re not taking time for yourse

7 Lessons on Freedom

It took me several days to think about exactly what I would share regarding my 12-month anniversary of Emancipation. It’s been 1 year since I voluntarily left my cushy corporate gig to wholeheartedly pursue my Divine Assignment: the work that feeds and gratifies my soul. I wanted this post to help and possibly inspire someone who may be thinking about their own Freedom. Here’s a few things I’ve learned over the last 12 months: 1. Emancipation is terrifying – It is not for cowards or the faint of heart. I understand clearly how fear keeps people from Freedom and living the life they dream of. 2. Fear is a big fat LIAR!! – the fear never goes away. You must walk through it. You must beat it do

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