While I’ve usually shared their values and perspectives, I’ve championed similar causes or messages, the word feminist wasn’t something I claimed until recently.
I’ve got some stories to share from the past 6 months of my life that have stood out for me. Since going into business for myself I’ve seen how many women struggle with self-doubt. How it holds them back from sharing their ideas, from taking risks.
And, I’m offering you some ways to explore your own relationship to feminism (and internalized sexism) so you can show up more fully, more powerfully, and more authentically… the “naked” way.
- How might a man respond to this?
- How do you hold yourself back from sharing your idea, offering your input or talent, because of self-doubt, not “enough,” waiting until you’re ready?
- What would it take for you to feel ready enough?
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