As women, we have a lot of different titles. You might be a mom or desire to be one, you are a business owner, a wife, a daughter, a friend and the list goes on. We don’t wear just one hat nowadays. In fact, most days we are wearing several hats at once. This can be a job in itself.
In addition to all our daily responsibilities and tasks, we want to reach our dreams. Many times we end up placing those dreams on a shelf. After all, they’ll still be there when we are done with all the “other” things, or once we finally feel ready to go after them. Even worse, an all too common experience is when inner negative chatter reminds you that you can’t have it all … who are you to think you can achieve something so grand?!Don't leave your dreams on the shelf for later. Click To Tweet
Erica Gordon from Moms with Dreams has a desire to see moms live out their dreams. Moms are the first to put their goals and dreams aside. This inspired us to collaborate on an interview and talk about how you can get out of your own way and begin to walk toward your dreams.
Erica knows that I have a passion for equipping women with the tools, confidence and courage to get out of their own way, step into their authentic self, the way God created you, to become that unstoppable leader in your life and business.
I am excited to share this interview I did with Erica on how to create a success mindset. It is simpler than you may think. It just starts with one step at a time and allowing your process to be perfect, rather than trying to be perfect. Seeking perfection will surely lead you to discouragement.
In this interview we talk about:
- How to SEE beyond the problem or circumstance
- Handling adversity with grace
- How to begin living your dreams today regardless of where you are
- How to overcome the biggest problem most moms/women make when it comes to living their dreams
- Simply creating a whole new perspective
This interview WILL inspire you with steps and tools to go from where you are to where you want to be. Simplicity is key!
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