I'm in a superpowerful group of badass women entrepreneurs right now, receiving support from an amazing woman named @katloterzo who helps revolutionary leaders with a message to shake the world get over themselves and unleash that message.
It's life-changing but of course anything that's life-changing shoves you up against everything within you that's small so you can face it and move beyond.
Here is a message I posted in that group that Kat suggested I post on my own page:
After a rough couple of days of comparing myself to all you rockstars in here, I awoke today feeling newly on fire.
I'm setting boundaries and creating criteria for the people I want to be in my community and it feels so good. I feel empowered and confident like never before.
Tonight I took a cardio dance class at the gym and found myself unable to follow the leader when Shape of You came on. (I'm so obsessed with that song.) the music moved me and I just did my own thing and I remember how when I was younger, before cancer, I was so fiesty and rebellious. Nobody could tell me what to do.
And that's how I've always made my way through life. Rebelling against authority and hating rules. It's why I became an entrepreneur.
And then I fell into the black hole of internet marketing and formulas for success and the harder I tried to figure out how to make this thing work, the worse it felt and the more it fell apart.
It wasn't fun anymore. It sucked. I doubted myself and even my ability to write a damn sales page when writing and sharing my heart has always been the most natural thing in the world.
So although I haven't been motoring and selling a bunch of stuff yet - although I am about to have a $100k launch - the change in how I feel is tremendous.
I found missing pieces of me here. I found my fire again. And that is priceless.
I hope this inspires you to face your fears, do you no matter what and own your greatness because the world needs more heart-centered, empowered warriors who stand UP for what they believe in instead of changing themselves to fit in a box.
We were born to burn the boxes down!
Throwback Kauai photo, embracing my curves!