For years, I’ve positioned my brand and business as being for “women.” My colors were more “feminine” and even the language and messaging I used were to “speak” to entrepreneurial women. I had several clients who were men so I didn’t think I need to be more accommodating than that. My perspective was always “my voice is my voice and either you resonate with it or you don’t.” I’ve come a long way from who I used to be and in that growth journey, I’ve had to confront how I am contributing to the social issues that aren’t in alignment with my values.
It often feels like progress happens quickly when in reality change happens over time when you’re not looking. One of the challenges I deal with is looking in the mirror which is…
Embracing how I show up to speak my truth.
When there’s a disconnect between your inner + outer worlds.