Did March fly by or what? Wow….
As I get older, time seems to pass faster and faster…which makes me more intentional about living in a way that honors me and others. The passing of time also leads me to an important question.
Question: Is everything we learned about other women the truth or it is a trap?
As Women’s Month comes to a close, I want us to challenge what we have been taught about women. Granted, we were taught some positive and encouraging lessons about the power of sisterhood. But, we were also taught some lessons that may be getting in the way of us developing the very bonds we need to strive and SOAR!
I want you to consider the Top 10 lessons you learned about women. I have listed and recorded the top 3 lessons that I learned as a little girl from other women. Click here to listen.
After you consider the lessons that you learned, reflect on how those lessons are operating in your life today. Are those lessons impediments to building to trust, love and authenticity? Click here to listen.
This what I know for sure…..
If women’s businesses are to thrive, we need to trust each other.
If women are going to gain political clout, we need to trust each other.
If women want to escape feelings of isolation and loneliness, we need to trust each other.
If women want to break glass ceilings and climb corporate ladders, we need to trust each other.
If women want to heal their childhood wounds, we need to trust each other.
If women want to amass wealth, we need to trust each other.
If want to stay fit, we need to trust each other.
If women want to raise caring, conscious children, we need to trust each other.
OUR SUCCESS IS TIED TO EACH OTHER!
That is why it is critical for us to think about what we have been taught about each other. We need each other to enrich our lives.
I would love to hear from you! Please share your ideas. Let’s learn with and from each other. I look forward to interviewing some of you too.
I will also be sharing more ideas about the power of challenging and analyzing our childhood lessons in my next class called, “Shifts”. I hope you will consider joining this important conversation because some of our mental prisons are really just patterns or passed-down lessons that stunt our growth and steal our joy.
I hope you will join me. Let’s Dare To Soar Higher together!