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Stepping out of Fear into.... A Podcast?

I started listening to Brene Brown's book, Daring Greatly in my car during rides to and from work. It was on my wishlist of audible books, and after I finished listening to the hilarious Ali Wong's book Dear Girls, I wanted something a little bit more inspiring.

These last few weeks have been a blur. After I decided to put together a women's conference along with 2 of my dear friends, Dr. Heather Colmenter and Emeline Stout, everything was set in motion. And while I have been stressed trying to figure out all the minute details, it has been such an exciting and eye opening experience.

Along with that, I decided to start a podcast, and my first episode featuring just ME was released this morning. Trust me when I say there's a lot of fear in stepping into that space of vulnerability. Where I share my story of all the things that I do and how I want to do more. How can my word, balance, ring true if I am constantly shifting and doing so many things. How can I be good at all that I do if I sometimes spread myself too thin? I don't know the answer to that, but I am the most motivated and driven doing it all than I have ever been. Thinking through it all, I know I need to have a purpose, and need to feel like I'm being fulfilled. On the outside it seems like I have it all, but I am still trying to find my way.

I hope you take a listen and subscribe to the podcast. I have some inspiring women lined up to join me and chat with me on the series.

My first episode is BALANCE

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