As much as I like writing, sometimes it’s not the best medium (pun not intended).
That’s why I recently hosted a chat with a few amazing women from all around the world about women and self-esteem. In our discussion, we talked about confidence, false (or humbug) humility, self-esteem, cultural differences — and how to stop apologizing all the time.
(Also, for reasons that will become clear if you listen in to our conversation, we ended up talking quite a bit about peacocks!)
Here’s How You Can Listen to This
Option 1: Downloadable Podcast Episode
This Podcast is also available on different platforms. Find your favorite app here.
Option 2: YouTube video
And Here’s More Information About My Amazing Conversation Guests:
Maria Mar, the Dream Alchemist and the midwife for the concept of Peacock Humility, is an author, storyteller and shaman. She engages the transformational potency of story and art to empower spiritual, creative women in breaking free from their story of limitations so that they fully embody their purpose, share their gifts and live their brilliance now, just as they are.
Melanie is a conscious entrepreneur, television and business consultant, perspective coach, yoga and meditation teacher specializing in helping other Entrepreneurs, Leadership and Small Businesses transform from the inside out to increase revenue, have a bigger impact and make effective business and life decisions that feel good. She is a clarity maven and joy bearer that believes our most important responsibility is to achieve inner freedom and happiness, one experience at a time.
Shahad is a heart-based, soul-centered emotional processing coach, writer and alchemist, she helps those feeling “empty” and disconnected connect back to their hearts again, embodying who they fully are and feeling their whole sense of vitality and aliveness.
Let’s continue the discussion about women’s self esteem and false humility.
What did you take away from this Women & Self Esteem Conversation? Is there something you particularly agreed or disagreed with?
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Originally published at https://leaderforgood.com.