In this episode, Alisha Interviews Denise White
Alisha talks to Denise about learning to feel comfortable in your own skin, finding what’s right for you, and knowing you’re good enough.
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Here are some of the topics we touch on in this episode.
Not feeling comfortable in our own skin.
We aren’t boxed into what’s on our head
See what I’m doing for me
Feel what’s right for you
Everything might be wonderful but you don’t have to do it all now.
Thinking of the year like a breath, an expansion and contraction
Pull back and contract when you need to, expand when you can.
No longer feel guilty about my no’s
You don’t have to own anything for the world. Own it for yourself.
Work from the inside out.
Comfort in one’s own skin
There is always something that someone is going to judge about you, but you don’t have to receive that judgement.
I’m good enough. Life is going to give you ups and downs, you’re going to gain and loose a lot of people, but you’re good enough.
No matter what happens I can still stand tall for myself.
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