Self-Doubt: How to Overcome Your Own Inner Critic

Silencing the voice of self-doubt Self-doubt is the killer of dreams. The voice of doubt usually starts as low whisper, but if you don’t learn to silence it early it gets louder and louder. It can rob you of your ability to try new things or take risks. The voice of doubt can cause you to fade into the background because you lack the confidence to allow your ideas and feelings to be heard. It can also cause you to not accurately see…

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Adulting Like A Boss: Keys To Success For Women

Adulting Like a Boss: Keys to Success - Girl Get It

Adulting 101 Adulting is hard work. Let me start this post off by acknowledging that. Life doesn’t get easier with age, but hopefully you learn enough lessons along the way to make adulting a little easier to handle. I was inspired to write this post because today is my  birthday. I’m the big 37 this year (hey 40 I see you on the horizon). Sometimes it’s hard to  believe that I’m in my thirties, much less almost out of them.…

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10 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before The New Year

10 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before The New Year

  New Year Prep 101 We are in the final hours of 2016, a New Year will be making its arrival very soon. We will be waving goodbye to 2016 and welcoming in 365 days of new possibilities in 2017. For many of us 2016 was a rollercoaster of a year, so as we find ourself looking ahead to the start of a New Year we are more determined than ever to turn the tide. In addition to our career…

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2016 Came to Teach: 5 Lessons I Learned This Year

2016 The Year We Questioned Everything. Read 5 Lessons We Learned.

2016 is the year that will probably go down in the history books as one of the most intense years ever. There were some exceptionally traumatic and violent events, a highly charged and contentious election season, and the loss of so many notably great people that it felt like there was a hit list targeting the best souls. I personally experienced the passing of several people who I cared for, which was very hard to process and the loss also…

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