Today’s episode was inspired by lessons learned while attempting to bake my 5 year old daughter's graduation cake. Since I started to learn how to bake, I've realized time and time again that baking is exactly like life - to be successful, you have to expect to fail and mess-up countless of times. In this episode, I share a story about my buttercream disasters
Self-worth comes from one thing-thinking you are worthy – Wayne Dyer
Today I explore the topic of self-worth and how the act of feeling unworthiness tends to prevent us from experiencing the joy in failure.
Once upon a time, we were kids who were so sure of ourselves and so full of self-worth. Until we were conditioned to depend on circumstances and people outside of ourselves to feel whole and worthy. As adults, we continued on our quest for
Today’s episode is a super powerful one. It’s a transparent interview with my friend and former colleague, Bisi MacGregor. She is a TEDx Speaker, Certified Fearless Life Coach and Certified Fearless Trainer who empowers professional women to break the mold in their lives and business, so they can live out their true essence. Bisi is a truly inspiring human being, who empowers me every day to live my best self.
In this episode, you’ll get to eavesdrop on an intimate conversation between
Not one drop of myself worth depends on your acceptance of me – Quincy Jones
In today’s episode, I talk about how to always feel ‘good enough’ without being so dependent on external acceptance/validation. Inspired by Quincy Jones quote “Not one drop of myself worth depends on your acceptance of me”, I discuss my thoughts on why we are constantly seeking external acceptance/validation and how this prevents us from taking risks and
Never give from the depths of your well, but from your overflow – Rumi
Today I delve into the idea of choosing to be happy first. A lot of us are taught as kids that it is selfish to choose our happy first, and I was inspired to explore this belief a bit more. As I consider myself a recovering people pleaser, the idea of choosing to be happy first has been something I’ve wrestled with for a while now. I believe strongly in serving others. However, what I’ve come to realize in my journey is that we can’t give what we don’t have, so we need to fill ourselves up first. I share how when I feel depleted, I’m not the happiest person in the world (I’m rather quite miserable). And I’ve come to believe it serves no one when we give from our empty wells. I discuss how I’ve discovered that the most selfless thing we can do is