In this episode, Alisha gives you a little update on lessons learned in March. It’s just Alisha and the microphone.
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Episode 33 Notes:
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Here are some of the topics we touch on in this episode.
Getting outside my comfort zone with a solo episode
I’m getting real
Lessons learned in march
“there’s no force more powerful than a woman determined to rise” -Unknown
Ask for what I want and not be attached to the outcome.
Standing up to be who I am is not going to be ok for everyone
Being who I am and putting myself out there means that I’m going to push people away.
We might want to play with everyone, but we aren’t meant to play with everyone.
The more I grow, the bigger the impact I’m having, the more people I’m going to run up against that don’t like Alisha’s
The more you stand for something the more people are going to push against you. It’s a good thing though because it means I’m doing something.
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