Courage To Challenge Myself

I am beginning a new encore today.

With stage fright and butterflies, I am stepping into the spotlight again, in a new and different way. This is another step in my evolution as a woman.

Just like the chapter in my book I’ve Never Been This Me Before – this is a virgin voyage onto public airways – my voice, my stories, my thoughts and my questions.

My first podcast has been submitted to Apple Podcasts.

Somewhere behind an internet curtain, a powerful i-wizard holds the power to decide if my show premise is worthy of sharing to the world, if anyone would want to listen, if my content matters.

My ego is quaking in her little suede boots. She’s trying hard to pull me back, keep me safe, keep me irrelevant. My ego has enlisted the help of her friends, Limiting Beliefs, and Imposter Syndrome.

I purposefully chose March 8th to launch my show publicly.

Inspired by International Women’s Day and motivated by the many, many courageous women around...

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How to Choose an Effective Word or Theme for your New Year

 

Every year - and sometimes more often than once in a year - I create a visual strategic plan for the results I want to achieve and as a reminder of how I will feel when I achieve those goals.

I developed my own process several years ago based on a lifetime of experience with vision boards, goal setting and strategic planning. I also encompassed other best practices for visualization, focus and accountability. 

My process was so effective for me and some friends that I created an online, self-guided version of my methodology called the Visual Encore Plan.

One of the seven elements of the Visual Encore Plan is to choose a word that has significance and is motivating.

To celebrate the beginning of a new year, new you and new success, I am happy to share this concept with my compliments:

Excerpt from the Visual Encore Plan, Module Seven:

Choose a single word or short phrase that encapsulates your intention for the next 12 months or the term of your Encore Plan.

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