Have you ever played the part of the victim in your life? I have yet to meet anyone who hasn’t! I never think of myself as a victim, yet I have played the part far too often, and I bet you have too.
The goal is having relationships in which anger, sadness, and fear aren’t prominent players, right? But when they are, see what you can do to get clear on who you want in your creative, collaborative, professional, and personal relationships!
Victim, Victor, or Villian?
Think again, what areas of life are you blaming or feeling used in? As you recognize these and shift to the victor mentality, you will experience unbelievable freedom! I hope once you get a taste for it, you will begin to make it a lifelong practice and teach
I leave you with some of David Emerald’s wisdom in the form of the following quote. I ask you to consider what he says closely. It can be the beginning of helping you create a better life with far less drama!
I'm inspired and intrigued by the ease in which powerful women show up in their work spaces. If as they have the script that that most of us are struggling to read and follow.
In light of the historic Biden/Harris administration, let's' take deep dive into two of the most visible women on the world's stage in January 2021; Vice President Kamala Harris and Dr. Jill Biden, our First Lady of the United States.
Vice President Kamala Harris
Kamala Devi Harris is an American politician and attorney who is the vice president-elect of the United States.
She is the United States' first female vice president, the highest-ranking female elected official in U.S. history, and the first African American and first Asian American vice president.
Harris, 55, who is the daughter of immigrants — her father is Jamaican and her mother is Indian — has been leading as a public servant for decades: She was the district attorney of San Francisco and the attorney...