The Imposter Syndrome Remedy

Emee Vida Estacio shares the Imposter Syndrome Remedy. This condition is when we feel not good enough despite evidence that tells us we are and impacts 70% of people. It holds us back from stepping towards our purpose and potential and feeling joy from our accomplishments. In this incredible interview, Emee reveals how to quiet our inner critic, how to take action even when we are afraid, and what we can do to remedy Imposter Syndrome.

Finding What Feeds Your Soul

Kris Macc shares about how we can build real and supportive friendships with other women. She uncovers the secret to being more in tune with our emotions and how this emotional intelligence will not only improve our relationships but will also help us make more money. Kris reveals how to free ourselves from mom-guilt and how we can feed our soul to create the life we have always wanted.

Comparison Trap – Part 3 | The Lie: They’re Judging Me

The third part of the Comparison Trap is the lie that they're judging me. This happens when we are with other people and so consumed with what they think of us, that we are barely even listening to what they are saying. This causes us to miss out on truly connecting with the people around us, and makes us feel small and insecure. In this episode, Connie uncovers the dynamic of this lie and how we can shift it so we can feel more confident and connected with ourselves and the people around us.

How to Create an Abundant Life to Truly Serve

Spring Zheng shares her incredible and inspiring story of how her life transformed after her near-death experience. She reveals the secrets of how to create real abundance in life and in business. Spring explains how to find your purposeful niche in your business and the daily steps needed to connect with your perfect customers. She shares how she juggles being a mom and running a successful company.

Comparison Trap – Part 2 | The Lie: They’re Good at Everything

The second part of the Comparison Trap is the lie that they're good at everything. This lie is dangerous because we sometimes look at someone who is great in one area of life and we think they have all aspects of their life figured out. That is simply not true. The reality is we all have room to grow and improve. When we are so busy thinking other people are great at everything, we will often miss their cries for help in the areas of life they need support in. In this episode, Connie uncovers how we can step out of this trap so we can step into our potential and support those around us.

Comparison Trap – Part 1 | The Lie: It’s Easy for Them

As women, we are so hard on ourselves and often compare ourselves to others. This is something Connie Benjamin calls the Comparison Trap and it leaves us feeling not enough, frustrated, jealous, and alone. In this episode, Connie dives into part one of the Comparison Trap; the lie that it's easy for everyone else. This lie keeps us stuck because we get frustrated when we try something and it's harder than we think it will be. We begin to think that it's easy for everyone else and hard for me. Connie reveals how we can overcome the Comparison Trap so we can achieve the goals we want in this life.