How to find your power when the worst happens
Thank you G-d for when I was canceled a few years ago. It was a most painful and scary time.
I thought I would lose my business and my clients and my livelihood and life’s work, while I was pregnant.
I was tortured by the twisted mischaracterizations and didn’t know how to respond.
➡️I lost “friends”.
➡️My family blocked me on social media.
➡️I blamed myself, I thought I was a bad person, I was afraid.
But it was the beginning of a different kind of inner resiliency.
And it cleared my network of small-minded people who would rather fight and attack and subjugate instead of dialogue and connect and share ideas and grow.
And I am so grateful and proud that in the mess of this past week, with everything my family and community in Israel and Jews around the world have been experiencing and with the heartfelt and vulnerable posts and information I have been sharing – I have made more friends, gained followers, been held in my grief by my online community, have been loved on even harder by my clients in my humanness, and have been respected in sharing my truth and what we are currently experiencing.
And my business is flourishing. ✨
I am having the most incredibly touching and expansive calls with potential clients, women are having massive breakthroughs inside of my Wildly Successful Woman program, my 1:1 clients are truly living their dreams.
While I’m also holding women through grief, through war, through anti-semitism, through unimaginable horror.
𝐀𝐋𝐋 𝐎𝐅 𝐈𝐓.
Because I am a leader and I am powerful AF and I will always take a stand for women to be happy and fulfilled and have everything they want – period – no matter how good or how hard of a season you are in.
If you’re in my world, it’s because you are a person rooted in love and the desire to build and have amazing relationships and claim the life of your dreams for yourself, and for others – even if we think differently.
And it’s something that I recognize and appreciate – the depth of the women who surround me.
It’s been a long time that I was afraid to be fully, visibly Jewish online.
I didn’t know how to be that part of me and also offer my work and hold space for women everywhere.
But now it’s not a choice.
𝐓𝐡𝐢𝐬 𝐢𝐬 𝐰𝐡𝐨 𝐈 𝐚𝐦. 😍
And the more I fully step into EVERY part of myself and claim my power, the more I get messages from you asking to work with me, to join my programs, to thank me for showing up fully and modeling what “having it all” looks like and how good it gets to be.
This is my next-level – and it’s complicated that it’s coming on the back of such a horrible tragedy that is still unfolding and that has divided so many of us – but I’m living in my era of being in my full power and having everything that I ever wanted.
Even when my heart is broken and I don’t have the answers.
And I’m so fucking grateful for everything that I’ve been through and that I’m not afraid anymore.
Respect to all the powerful women in my community who want things to be better, who want us all to truly heal, who don’t know the right things to say and are trying anyway, who are showing the F up, who are mothering and re-building and loving during war, and who aren’t hiding themselves no matter what.
You’re my people and I’m in this with you, always.
Thank you for being in this with me too ❤️
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