Last week my update was about being who you are and WOW did I get a chance to practice what I was preaching! This is often the case. One of the things I love most about my work is that I am consistently called forward, which is challenging in the best kind of way.
In today’s vlog, I vulnerably share about the temporary amnesia and a bout of not-enoughness-thinking I had after a meeting with a manager who questioned the size of my platform based on twitter followers and facebook fans on Christine Hassler. “For as long as you’ve been doing this, you should have more. Why don’t you?” Ouch
Earlier this week I was in Miami speaking on a panel to major beauty brands about how to reach consumers. The priceless take-away (other than the awesome swag bag, gotta love beauty conventions!) was authenticity is KING when it comes to building loyalty. We all encouraged the brands to be transparent and engage with their consumers in real rather than “markety” ways.
This is advice I would give anyone when it comes to communication and building relationships. Doesn’t the truth feel so much better without any kind of spin or embellishment?
Being real rules when it comes to creating trust and connection. In a way, we are all brands in how we present ourselves. How real are you being in your communication and how you represent the brand of YOU? In today’s vlog I share examples of where and how you may be inauthentic and why it can backfire.
There seems to be a lot to worry about in life given we cannot control everything. But worrying is a HUGE drain of your energy and completely useless so today I am going to offer you a way to stop worrying, or at the very least dramatically reduce it.
Honestly I used to be quite the worrywart. As a little girl, when my parents went out for date night they’d have to call home once every hour to assure me they were okay because I was so worried something would happen to them. I continued to experience lots of worry into my adulthood until I learned ways to manage it and accept the unknown in my life.
Worry gives us a false sense of control when we are uncertain about someone or something. When faced with the unknown, worrying is often the default habit we slip into as it gives us a way to seemingly deal with whatever our concern is.
In today’s vlog I breakdown worry for you and teach you a technique that you can start using today to transform from worrywart to dream manifestor!
Since so many of you shared with me how much you enjoyed my New Year’s ritual, I was inspired to create one for Valentine’s Day.
It is short and sweet, just like February 14th will be! For those of you who dread or judge this holiday, keep in mind it is only ONE DAY. Just 24 hours, a third of which you will be asleep for. Take advantage of the sweetness that is in the air. Unless you totally isolate yourself, you are bound to see someone get flowers at work or catch Facebook posts about Valentine’s Day so why not embrace it?
And I have just the process to help you do just that!