If you've been following my work, you know I teach about patriarchy and its lasting effects on the health and vitality of women.
It's easy to see why patriarchy makes us sick and makes it hard to be a woman.
We feel not enough, everything tells us we’re not enough, so we keep trying to compensate, work harder, hide our true self, be professional, and it’s making us sick and exhausted.
Thousands of years of patriarchy might have you feeling pretty down about being a woman and truly make you feel like you need to change yourself in order to be successful.
Add in navigating shitty bosses, uneven relationship dynamics, traumatic experiences and being a mom in this society...it can just make you mad with the injustice of it all.
I hear you, loud and clear.
But what I’ve learned in the past five years of studying patriarchy and women’s empowerment is that there are real systems and structures at play that require vast change AND systems have more control over us when we believe them.
That's the part of this equation I'm here to impact
When we believe we truly aren’t as smart because we’re women
When we believe we’re inherently unsafe because we’re women
When we believe we can’t be as successful because we’re women
When we believe we can’t have it all because we’re women
When we believe we’re destined to be unsatisfied because we’re women
This is where we hold ourselves back!
I want to show you that it's possible to be successful while bringing forward all of you.
You are not deficient. You are not less than. You don't need to be rebalanced, toned down or rationalized. Your wild brilliant, sometimes procrastinating intuitive genius YOU is already perfect just the way she is.
Ready to actually believe it?
Join me and a group of ambitious women for a FREE workshop to reimagine everything you thought you knew about being a woman.
Thursday, December 16th 5:30-7:00 PM PST
You get to be smart, efficient, self-sufficient AND honor and respect the intuitive emotional genius inside of you.
Let me show you what's possible.
I’m ready. Save my spot!