I Am An Attention Hog - The Fourth (In)Visibility Story We Tell

I Am An Attention Hog – The Fourth (In)Visibility Story We Tell

We all have something we are brilliant at. However when we are being told this story that we need to hold it in, we learn that it’s bad, something to be ashamed of and it’s boastful behaviour to let it shine and eclipes others’. So we never learn how to appreciate those gifts and talents in ourselves. What sadder even is that we learn to judge others who are in those very same shoes.

I Am Burdensome - The Third (in)Visibility Story We Tell

I Am Burdensome – The Third (in)Visibility Story We Tell

For women, in particular, this is an especially potent invisibility story to explore. We are given messages from the very beginnings of our lives, that we need to take up as little space as possible, be as quiet as possible, be accommodating as possible. Because when we don’t do those things, we are a burden. So we start applying that to our life pretty early on.

I Am A Betrayer - The Second (In)Visibility Story We Tell

I Am A Betrayer – The Second (In)Visibility Story We Tell

If you’re doing better than others around you, you might feel like you’re being disloyal to them. That your success in whatever it is you’re doing is an act of betrayal towards the people who aren’t doing as well as you. This puts a huge stopping block in front of you. You don’t want to betray the people you love, you don’t want to make them feel like you’re not in their sandbox anymore.

Create Healthy Boundaries In Your Business With Videos

Create Healthy Boundaries In Your Business With Videos

Boundaries form through trial and error. They are one of those things you learn more about when you don’t have them. We’ve all had the one client that just keeps emailing with those, “can I just ask you this quickly” messages they send a hundred of daily. Or the person who follows your Facebook page that thinks that you’re their personal advisor for free. It happens and sooner or later, in business, you have people and situations that will push and challenge your boundaries. Some will make you wish you had any.

How We Play Small

One of the main elements of what I do is discovering where and why the women I work with play small. It’s a confronting part of my work but the most rewarding. It’s one thing to work with someone to produce some content. It’s another to see them open and unravel their amazing wisdom with courage. And with the complete conviction that their voice is worthy of being heard.