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Why More Women Need To Get Selfish

November 28, 2021

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For most people “selfish” is a dirty word. 

Who would want to be selfish?


Turns out, I did 😬🤭


A few years ago “being selfish” was the exact assignment my coach helped me uncover as we worked through the challenges I was facing as a mum to 3 young kids whilst growing my coaching business.


I learned so many things from my experiment of “being more selfish” and in this episode we explore why more women need to get selfish. And the reasons may (or may not) surprise you.


Plus I share more on the backstory of how and why being selfish was the exact medicine I needed when I was struggling with overwhelm, lack of time and frustration. 

 

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In this Episode We Explore

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