Today is International Women’s Day and on this day 2 years ago I released my book #NoFilterNeeded – kicking unobtainable standards to the kerb and reimagining the power within yourself. so I’m having a little reflection on that today; reconnecting with my purpose for writing it, and remembering the journey in writing and publishing it.
Reflecting on the past is a really great thing to do as it’s the only way we can recognise how far we’ve truly come.
And from a different perspective, it also enables us to recognise more clearly the things that do work, and the things that don’t, which is information we can definitely put to use as we continue on our journey in life.
As it’s International Women’s Day, I’m also reflecting today more specifically on some of the amazing women that have come into my life, and what each one has taught me.
I believe that every single person that we come into contact with has a lesson to teach us, and so I’m always on the lookout for the lessons.
But I do have a little something to share with you today…
I was privileged to be invited in for an interview alongside some very inspiring women for Innervisions ID’s IWD special which you can access by clicking the image 👇
I absolutely loved giving this interview as the questions asked of me really prompted me to think back on my whole journey in business, and my life in general.
I’m a big advocate of self-reflection and I think self-questioning is a powerful tool to uncover some very useful information that can aid the navigation of our future.
Learning about other people’s journeys is also a really great way to encourage us on our own, and help our minds understand better how we can achieve similar things, or overcome similar obstacles, which then gives us the confidence to take action.
I hope you enjoy reading the article; hearing our stories, and not only get inspiration, but also some identification from our collective journeys.
I could certainly relate to others’ experiences, and that’s always comforting, isn’t it?
Knowing that we’re not alone.
Because we never are.
Someone out there, somewhere, is having the same experiences and feelings as you… and a lot of the time it’s actually most people.
Sending lots of love 💜