PERSONAL STORY about MOJO and how I got mine back. What is MOJO anyway? Other than a fun word to use, maybe more like confidence, stride, lady boss-ness that I am really referring to. You know the kinda feeling that women like us often have somewhere in the spectrum of “GOT IT GOING ON ” to “WHY THE HELL IS EVERYTHING GOING WRONG IN MY LIFE? This was at a
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What experiences have you had that allow you to be deeply fulfilled, living passionately and feeling grateful while continually expanding yourself creatively and spiritually? Now that ‘s a mouthful of a question, huh? You’ve likely been taught how to accomplish something, how to be effective or productive; what about being deeply fulfilled? Are you still asking yourself, “what am I meant to do with my life?” If so, let me
Challenges. We all have challenges at one time or another. You have your own unique situations in life, business or in your personal relationships that you can learn from. The success key is to allow the challenge to help you become stronger in spirit rather than give up on your life and precious dreams. Which, unfortunately, happens to many gifted women. Maybe you can relate or maybe you know
Have you ever wondered do you love yourself enough to be happy and fulfilled? Self-love isn’t a small thing. You are the person you spend the most time with. And now imagine that the person who is with you 24/7 is constantly putting you down, calling you bad names, telling that you are not good enough… This negative attitude towards yourself can stop you from feeling comfortable and being successful.
What if you could live from the sweet spot of life every day? What if you could surrender trying to be ‘good enough’ or trying hard to arrive somewhere you think you ‘should be?’ Oftentimes, these goal-minded approaches can lead us back into the same loop we have been trying to untie since childhood. But what if the need is not about being good enough” or to thinking you have
Dear Phenomenal Woman. Yes, you. To all my sisters, colleagues, peers and friends. This is for you. I stand with you and for you. We are in this together. It’s that time of the year when you’ll want to sit down and honestly assess how you moved forward this year, how you grew and what else needs attending to. I promise you it is worth your time. I did that