Girl, Wash Your Face!

I recently finished Rachel Hollis' book, Girl, Wash Your Face, in which she courageously exposes all the self-limiting beliefs she has moved through in her life to achieve her current level of happiness and success as a mother and entrepreneur. Her main message was of self-responsibility and the recognition that we are each personally responsible for how happy we feel. We make choices that determine who we are now and who we are becoming. We can stop blaming others for our unhappiness/dissatisfaction and stop looking externally for something or someone to come magically "fix" our life. Sometimes life feels so hard and chaotic but rather than drowning in the uncertainty and chaos, we can choo

Fake it Until You Become It

In her book, Presence, Amy Cuddy describes a person with presence as someone who shows up confident, comfortable, enthusiastic and captivating. This person is able to stand amongst others and express his/her true thoughts, feelings, values, potential...their most sincere self...not only with what they say, but also how they present themselves with their body language. Amy has found that this kind of presence stems from believing and trusting in our story of who we are and what gives our life meaning. The opposite is a person who tries to manage his/her impression on others, molding and self-monitoring themselves to something they think you'll like/respect/appreciate. How do we spend more tim

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