I absolutely love to follow the lives of strong women who have become successful in life. I don't mean necessarily famous or rich, but their own vision of success. I have several friends and acquaintances that I have watched blossom into strong, passionate business women. To see the changes in confidence and the determination to succeed is inspiring! The thing about being successful in life is that it means something different for everyone. Many have associated success with wealth and status, but deep pockets and fancy cars don't ensure happiness. Money will certainly remove some of the obstacles that we bump into on our journey, but money alone can't bring you success and happiness. We all have it within us to achieve our own version of success and live the happiest life that we can. The first step is to fully understand what success would look like for you. I can only talk for myself, but having my family around, having a comfortable place to live and enough savings to eliminate any financial worries would look pretty successful to me. There is nothing wrong with wanting more than that but it would be my baseline. This is why planning and goal setting are so important. If you don't know where you are going, how will you know when you get there?
As with many women, my husband was always been the breadwinner in the house and this made it very difficult to feel empowered around finances. This has been changing steadily over the years and women are certainly becoming much more independent, even while bringing up their little ones. You do not have to be "superwomen", although I am sure many of you are, but having a sense of achievement can certainly empower you. Whatever situation you are currently in, there are always ways to boost your confidence and empower yourself. In my experience, confidence builds on achievement, so even small steps forward will start the chain reaction. My passion is helping women become empowered, regardless of where they are now. We all make choices every day, and although it isn't always easy, we usually know what decision we should make. The right thing to do usually isn't the easiest option but it is certainly worth the extra effort. Becoming a strong, independent individual is vital for you mental health as it gives you a sense of meaning, and a reason to get up in the morning. It can be difficult at the beginning but if you push through the tough days it will get easier. Consistency will create momentum, and before you know it you will start to feel more confident, inspired and wholehearted!
I would love to work with as many of you as possible to achieve this sense of empowerment. This can be done through one to one coaching or group coaching with like-minded women. Please let me know what your preference would be and we can get something set up.
Have an awesome long weekend everyone!