Give yourself permission to not have it all together, all the time. What do you need to forgive yourself for?
Margie Warrell believes that failure is inevitable, but we have to be careful to not make failure mean something that it doesn’t mean.
Unleashing the power of gratitude takes no more than recognizing that life itself is a gift, and that every day is shaped by the mindset you bring to it.
There are many ways we can help to destigmatize mental illness and make it easier for people not to self-stigmatize themselves.
Why you need to get comfortable feeling uncomfortable
Have you ever heard yourself saying: “This situation (or person) is just impossible.” “I’m a total failure at…” or “I’m hopeless at…” “I’ll never be able to figure this out.” “I’ll try, but…” “It’s just such a nightmare.” If you answered “yes” to any of those, then it’s likely you’ve unconsciously been sabotaging your success…
It’s by acting as though you are fearless that you start to actually fear less.
“What would you tell your younger self?” It’s a question I’ve reflected on many times and have asked many women. A common thread weaves through most of the answers: Believe in yourself. You can do more than you think. Don’t let others define your worth. Take the chance! Do what you want. Dare to be…