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Many women are waking up in the middle of their lives feeling disoriented and wondering whose life they are living. I’ve been there! After burning out from my corporate career, I decided to pursue that dream to empower women to be the hero in their own lives. To do so, I had to break out of the mold I had created for myself based on other people’s expectations and start living authentically. I share 4 simple tips that I use with my clients and in my own life to support you in following the beat of your own drum.
Deep down in our core we know we are meant to shine. We know that we are meant to live lives of joy, happiness, and love. However, the problem is that there are many aspects of our lives that don’t support us in that.
We get caught up in the negativity, stress and pessimism of the world, which stresses us out and holds us back from being who we are truly meant to be.
But we don’t have to be stuck in this. We all have the power to transform our lives so we can truly be who we are and experience our true power in the world. Here are 7 ways to harness your energy so you can truly shine.
Becoming an entrepreneur requires a whole new mindset. We need to unlearn so many things that we’ve been taught. And unlearning can take work, because it requires that we get awareness of the habits, beliefs and behaviors that have been driving our lives, on auto-pilot, for years. Unlearning requires that we confront an uncomfortable reality, so we can allow ourselves to grow and move closer to our goals as heart-centered entrepreneurs. Here are some of the things that you’ll need to unlearn if you want to become an entrepreneur and live your purpose.
The woman you are today reflects the culmination of every experience you’ve ever had; every challenge you’ve faced, every obstacle you’ve overcome, and all the wisdom you’ve gained in the process. In this moment, you have more insight, more perspective and more wisdom than the version of you that existed twenty years ago. This is a time to embrace a new paradigm for middle age: We are not seeking to “recover” lost youth. Instead, we are now ready to reap the harvest planted over a lifetime.