Isn’t It Time To Be Authentically Successfully Nice!
What does it really take to be authentically successfully nice?
In the past, women wanting to be successful, often felt they had to be tough, power suited up and not show an ounce of vulnerability… or niceness …to achieve what they wanted.
But as we step into our courageous authentic self, by aligning our soul and life purpose, it gives us the power to be our most powerful and successful selves… without the need to compromise the essence of who we really are.
But…the road to being ‘nice and successful’ can be a challenging path to navigate – raising many questions….
On this week’s episode of the Isn’t It Time Facebook Live show I shared
1. Why being nice is not about you
2. How niceness impacts on your physical and mental wellbeing
3. How to be nice without being a pushover
4. What beliefs you must change to be nice, kind, powerful AND successful.
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