Today’s episode is not only inspiring, it’s downright amazing. You’ll be hearing from my private client, Lenora, as she shares her story of transformation. Even though she was hesitant about coaching she ultimately made the decision to commit to herself and make the investment.
As you’ll her say, she could have gone and taken a trip or spent the money elsewhere, but once that’s over, she was going to be the same person and she decided that it was worth it for her to spend the resources to really change her life, to think differently about her life. This has been the best decision she has made for her present and future self.
In the pursuit to uplevel her thinking, you’ll hear how Lenora discovered her secret weapon, self-love, and compassion. The biggest realization was knowing that she is capable of doing it and that however, she shows up in the world, she can always choose to love who she is. This is how we create emotional safety within to be ourselves.
As Lenora says, “the more you hold space for yourself, the more compassion you show yourself, the more love you show yourself, the more you can love others and the faster change happens.”
If you are ready for change, join the waitlist for my group coaching program starting in March 2022.
Visit www.brigjohnson.com/group to register and join the next masterclass happening on March 11, 12, and 13th. It’s a free webinar focused on how to stop getting in your way.
The podcast that teaches High Achieving Black Women how to use thought work to be her absolute best self, no matter the situation.
She will learn how not to let outside influences impact how she thinks and feels about herself or how she shows up in the world.
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