Last week the grandgirls discovered a semi-hidden grassy field right next to our pool.

Despite having spent hours and hours playing in the pool, they seemed to have never noticed the field, just perfect for cartwheels.

For 45 minutes they rolled around joyfully shouting, “Look at me, Grammy.”

Look at me

Such an important phrase in marketing.

Look at me solving my client’s deep pain.

Look at me making money during a pandemic.

Look at me shinning in my full Divine glory.

Yet… so hard to do.

I talk to so many women who say, “It’s easy to promote someone else, but not so easy to promote myself.”

Somewhere along the line we were taught that bragging was bad

That girls should be modest

…humble

… to deflect the power of our accomplishments away from ourselves, toward others.

That behavior may win brownie points in some masculine-dominated context, but it wreaks havoc with our marketing.

Woman! You are unique and powerful and beautiful.

You are smart and wise and talented.

You are a divine soul in a human body here on the planet for a reason.

You have work to do.

There is no more room for hiding out behind the monkey voices “Who do I think I am?”

… I mean, unless you choose to just hang back. No judgement on that choice…You decide.

Yet, if your soul is longing to be free from the tyranny of “Don’t be bigger than your britches” and other bullshit fed to little girls in order to control them, start here:

Brag.

Brag wildly.

Brag outrageously.

Brag fully alight in your own glory.

Send me your best brag and join our Facebook group where we brag regularly, with love and respect.

With all my heart,


On This Week’s Podcast:

Episode 74: Gaining Brand Visibility in the Marketplace to Build Influence and Grow Your Business with Joie Gharrity

In today’s episode, I’m speaking with Joie Gharrity, Founder of 113 Branding Digital, a Brand Director, Author, and International Speaker.

Joie worked in the Hollywood entertainment industry for 15+ years at top companies, in film, television, original web content, and branded entertainment. She was hand-picked by the ABC Studio President to launch the first multi-media startup business for The Walt Disney Company.

Today, Joie works with entrepreneurs and creative types to leverage their expertise, gifts and talents with a clear strategic road-map to paying customers and attracting lucrative opportunities and financial abundance.

According to Joie, “what really holds women back from showing up and sharing their accolades and gifts is this strange inability or the lack of capacity to take in massive amounts of love.” Today we talk about how your ability to take in more and more love, as you grow your visibility and influence, allows you to witness the ever so positive response from your marketplace.

Joie and I dish on:

  • How to become more visible in your marketplace to grow your influence while also seeing a significant increase in the money you make.
  • How it is not your “business mantra” but your influence that dictates how you drive people to your sales funnels
  • How you need to be able to receive and accept the appreciation of a 6 figure business owner to get to that level of income.
  • Joie shares her personal experience and highly recommends meditating on you wins (future wins) and using visualization to deeply condition your mind to success.

Listen here.


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