I was in constant turmoil.
I hated my job.
I hated my life.
Let’s face it, I hated myself.
I had to stop living in the swampland of shame.
I had run out of friends who were willing to sit around the campfire while I story fondled all of my woes.
Actually, they were tired of hearing my same old stories + a bit confused.
It was time to rewrite my stories, to become who I wanted to be.
It was time to match my insides to the person I was on the outside, the person who everyone else saw.
I started on the inside of me.
I reached out for help.
I started to believe there was a better way to live.
I started to believe I did have something to offer.
I knew I could learn.
I showed up.
I was brave.
I became excited even though I was scared at the same time.
All those small steps lead to How She Really Does It, a radio show meant to inspire and empower others.
The first person it inspired + empowered was me.
Then Ally from Alabama.
Twelve years later, I’m so grateful that I had started to believe in me.
I’m grateful that I was brave.
I’m grateful that I was vulnerable.
I’m grateful for my ability to learn new things.
I’m grateful for all the people who supported and cheered me + my show on.
I’m grateful for all the guests who said “yes” and gave of themselves and their time.
I’m grateful for all the listeners who eventually showed up and listened LIVE with me on the radio, and who now subscribe to my podcast.
That little podcast became a big podcast with listeners world-wide, one small step at a time.
I’m grateful for all of my clients who have trusted and appreciated our partnership. We’ve done fantastic work together.
Personal development is not a one person journey.
We are hard-wired for connection.
I am here twelve years later because of so many people.
I am here twelve years later because I believed in something better … by believing in me.
Now it’s your turn …
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