Reclaim You Podcast Episode #15 With Katia Millar
On the Reclaim You Podcast Episode this week I have an inspirational Heart-Centred Conversation with the founder of Positive Fabulous Women Katia Millar
You are a single mother with two young boys diagnosed with ADHD.
Stuck in a job that feels soul destroying…. but the bills have to be paid.
You are terrified to speak in public… but desperate to create a network of people who help you to feel positive.
10 years ago, that was my guest on this week’s podcast Katia Millar.
Today, Katia is the founder and Chief ‘Inspirational officer’, of Positive Fabulous women – a Toronto Canada based networking community with a community of over 15,000 women.
And, this single mother, who was once terrified of public speaking, has now facilitated and hosted over 350 events and spoken both on stage and on camera, as well as appearing in numerous press articles.
If you feel that what you are doing right now is not speaking to your soul.
If you know that you need to be doing something different in 2018 – but don’t know quite where to start or how to do it …
Katia’s story will inspire you into action. Click on the link to listen to Katia’s Inspirational Story.
What does it really take to be authentically 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.
What does being courageously authentic mean? And how does that apply to living your purpose?
Being our true authentic self requires courage and compassion – especially when aligning and expressing our purpose in life.
This week I share how to uncover your purpose in life through understanding the struggles that keep repeating . And it all comes down to asking just one question. Life has a funny way of showing us our purpose, and often it's hidden in the struggle you are going...