Ug. My heart…. I did something again that I can’t really believe…
I put some of my words down on paper (well, Google Docs) again.
It’s something different than the others but still the very same 𝕄ℂ𝔾 you’ve come to know.
Ug. My heart….
Dare I say it’s a draft?
OMG, if I say it, I own it.
So just as I teach my people to own those Whispered Lessons trying to...
Folks. From the day I released 𝙎𝙝𝙤𝙬 𝙐𝙥 𝘾𝙤𝙣𝙛𝙞𝙙𝙚𝙣𝙩, I’ve had people ask me, “Is there an audiobook!?” I get it. Y’all like to hear my voice. That makes me smile. So here’s the story:
I submitted the final cut before my launch day in October, and just like anything in 2020, it was delayed because of, well, 2020-ness.
But the wait is over, and just in time for your...
You see a #1 Best Seller. I see something more valuable: all the pay-checks of the heart behind the metric.
Early on in my entrepreneurial career, my first mentor, Fern, taught me about "pay-checks of the heart." They are things you can't put a price on. They are wins that happen inside, far from the eyes of the world.
Offering my book to the world this week brought me SO...
I've already won! While my book officially launches to the world today, this past weekend is when it actually "launched" in a way that made me feel like a winner - quietly, privately, and with deep, fulfilling meaning.
Your ability to Show Up Confident begins with giving yourself time to discover your next level. If you are beginning anything, save this as a reminder.
Then, when you finish, celebrate! Confidence is built every time you finish something and learn from it. If you are finishing, save this and post it as a reminder to yourself about your journey.
As the release of 𝙎𝙝𝙤𝙬 𝙐𝙥 𝘾𝙤𝙣𝙛𝙞𝙙𝙚𝙣𝙩 gets closer, I feel familiar feelings that used to be scary.
The heart racing unexpectedly. Is that anxiety or excitement?
The frantic feeling of not doing everything right. Is the perfectionism or preparedness?
The body jittering with too much adrenaline. Is that fear or gratitude?
I teach others that how you feel is all a matter of perspective around...
“You were with me at a turning point in my life.”
That’s what I said to him, a former mentor, who I hadn’t spoken to in almost a year about the time I worked for him while I was going through the lowest point of my mental health and confidence.
He was the one that slid a business card across the desk after I burst into tears in his office and said, “I can’t...