Worried you'll get it wrong?

Ever worry you'll make the wrong choice?

Disappoint the people whose opinions matter most?

Regret...everything...and be unable to do anything about it? 

It's impossible.

Every step you take brings you closer to your goals, crosses paths with someone who can help, and makes you smarter & braver than you were before. And sometimes all of this comes from what seems like a "wrong turn" that sends you in the opposite direction you meant to go.

At this point in the new year you probably hit a couple milestones toward the big goals you set for yourself - if so, congratulations! You probably also bumped up against roadblocks and naysayers and inner critics telling you to back off. It's too soon. You're not ready. You set the bar too high and might fail so embarrassingly you'll never be able to recover. 

I can't be the only one hearing those! 

It's what be scared & doing it anyway is all about. 

No matter what those voices in your head and people in your life are saying, keep going. You're on the right track; something worthwhile will come from your consistent (albeit fear-filled) effort. 

Very likely the result will be more amazing than you ever imagined.

Let's go after your big goal together!

Surrounded by an intimate circle of women from around the country being scared & doing it anyway together. Building incredible businesses that serve their communities, support their families, and prove all the naysayers wrong.

Career Clarity & Community for Women in Business will begin on Monday, February 5 at 12:00 p.m. Eastern and help you bravely leap for FOUR whole months. Videos, worksheets, accountability and support from others right where you are. 

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We are braver together

Despite what this photo may convince you, I'm not the most adventurous person.

I don't like heights or rollercoasters.

I want to know what I'm getting into before I get there, so I can freak out about it in advance.

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This is from a fjord tour in Norway during my whirlwind trip to four European countries in three weeks this summer. More details about that will be coming soon. 

The day before our tour I was motion sick from a five-hour train ride up to the mountains, an hour tram back down to sea level and a 90-minute ferry after that to finally reach the tiny town of Balestrand with goat farms on sheer cliffs and still dark river waters.

So when they put us in this head to toe gear, my fear radar was on high alert.

But Terry was there. My friend and travel buddy. I'm not sure she was completely okay either, we both were quiet as the 16-person rib boat backed away from the dock.

We went with it, trusting the guide, ourselves and maybe each other too.

It was fine. It was fun. We were wowed by waterfalls, bounced over the wakes from passing ferries, and pulled over to watch goats grazing (video narrated by the Spanish tourists in front of me).

You don't have to be brave all by yourself.

We have each other.

How can I help YOU be braver?

 

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