I wrote obituaries in my first job as a journalist 20 years ago.
I saw this as a setback in my budding career but it was the foot in the door I needed to become a print journalist.
Writing about dead people taught me so much about the life I wanted to live and how vital it is to leave a legacy.
So often, the women I wrote about were simply “good mothers.” As if they weren’t anything more.
Since then, I have been helping women play bigger in their lives because while we are here we should do what we can to make this world a better place.
This is why I love helping female founders navigate the Brave Yes Journey by helping you create a specialized methodology, develop your voice and put your work out into the world.
But first, what is a Brave Yes?
A Brave Yes is a scary but exhilarating leap that gets you closer to creating a life and business you want. It’s a stretch goal.
Finding your Brave Yes can take weeks or years — depending on how entrenched you are in your own comfort zone. My clients usually find theirs within three months.
Here are 3 Brave Yes Sparks to help you Journey Toward Your Brave Yes
- What do you want written about you in your obituary?
- If money or time wasn’t an issue, what would you work to change?
- What makes you angry? Write a list.