One of my major challenges (and opportunities) over the past several years has been learning how to be successful in business and a powerful feminine woman at the same time.
The vast majority of my role models have been men.
My dad was my first. Then, most of my law school professors. The partners I worked for at the big law firm. And many of the authors I’ve read, coaches and mentors I’ve worked with have been men.
I learned to do business like a man. And got really great at it.
But, it hurt. A lot.
Perhaps you haven’t identified it that way, but now that I’ve pointed out can you see it’s been there all along? Hiding.
You thought it was you. Something was wrong, but you didn’t know what it was. So you allowed yourself to believe if you just kept going and pushed harder it would resolve.
That has not been my experience.
I’ve spent the past 5-6 years exploring an alternative to doing business like a man – discovering a model of powerful feminine leadership that is still (and perhaps always will be) evolving and it’s finally emerging. Deepening.
Because my schedule is so packed right now, I’ve not had a lot of time to write about it. But, I’m hosting an event in LA and have been talking about it on interviews.
So if you are interested in learning more about this deepening and how it impacts you and your business, come to the event or listen in on these interviews I did.
So ladies, talk to me about your experience with balancing the masculine and feminine energies in your business. How is it for you? Where do you find difficulty and challenges? What’s working? Can’t wait to hear!