In today’s solosode, I’m talking about the Fear of Judgment. (But I’ve got a little twist I’m adding into the mix…). Have you ever noticed yourself being really afraid of the judgment of others? Well listen to this episode and I’ll help you break down one of the reasons why and how that happens. Hint: It's got a lot to do with yourself.
Usually on Black Friday, we think about getting great deals on Holiday gifts, especially electronics and bigger items right?? Well, something I notice a lot of entrepreneurs miss is their own Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday deals.
Don’t miss out! These things help you run your business (and life) well, and if you don’t already have them, then now’s the time time get ‘em.
I’ve done the research and compiled this list for you, so you don’t have to go digging around for these deals.
Morgaine Trine, Ashly Hilst, and Claire Waite share about the fears they uncovered, the lessons they learned and the brave action they took inside the Brightly Immersive Mastermind. My hope is hearing these different perspectives and lessons will inspire you to take action and dig deep into your own heart. If you've been looking for a community like this to join, apply now for the Brightly Immersive Mastermind 2019 at BrightlyandCo.com/BrightlyImmersive
In this episode, I’m talking with my dear friend, Katie Grace Hollstein, a Michigan-based wedding photography and lifestyle blogger.
We nerd out over our mutual love for the Enneagram and talk about what it was like for Katie growing up with a chronic illness, how it affected her family, and the fears it instilled in her at an early age about things like love, independence, and her career.
If you are a human being, you are well aware that creating healthy habits is harrrrrrd. It’s very easy to make the other kind of habits, the ones you can’t seem to shake. But sticking to good habits? Not so easy.
Writers are no exception to this rule, which is strange because we love to write. Writing is our passion, our calling, our outlet. So why is it that days, weeks (ahem—months) roll by and we continue to wish that we had time to write, all while snuggling on the couch for another Netflix marathon?