You want to work for yourself. You want to make more money. You want to believe in yourself again. You want new adventures. You want to quit your flaccid job. You want to stop screwing around. You want bigger lady cojones. You want a career you can be proud of. You want to make a difference. You want to make interesting shit. You want to be the best at what you do. And you need crazy-ridiculously-good business chops to do all the things, so help you Sephora, amen.
Writer, Educator & Ruckus raiser since 2004. The year I flew the corporate coop, bet all my chips on me, and made waves: with my philosophy of putting people over money, differentiating with a mission over an opportunity, and giving voice to truth disguised as taboo. I teach women mad marketing skills so they can become the coaches, trainers, designers, writers, consultants, leaders, transformers and positive provokers they’re meant to become. Because the world is waiting for their extraordinary.
I pledge to be true to myself. To set goals and expectations that serve me, my mission and my work. To challenge the status quo. To use my hands, head and heart to organize the disorganized, change the rules, embrace the weird and lead with strong ethics. Although my knee caps may vibrate and my smile may twitch with fear, I vow to try anyway. I promise to no longer be awed by what others build and trust my creative expression...without asking for permission or compromising. I trust my intuition above all others, even when I’m not sure I know what I’m doing. I hereby swear to do the important work. I am a Ruckusologist and I use my voice to roar.
If we were lounging side-by-side at the Catskills, we’d bond over fruity drinks with pink umbrellas and then exchange emails on the back of a ring stained coaster. (HOW FAB IS THAT?!)
THE BAD NEWS? We’re all out of coasters. The good news? We can still become email pen-pals. Yay! My email is email@example.com. What’s yours?
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