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Don’t #SELFCARE Yourself, GROW Yourself

Don’t #SELFCARE Yourself, GROW Yourself

What is self-care, really? #selfcare #selfwork #selflove Inspirational quotes that encourage me to put aside the negativity. Brands that tell me to indulge for just a moment to relieve the stress. Motivational speakers that tell me to put myself first. As I sit and I stare at my never-ending to-do list, I feel the tinge

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Amplify Your Impact [Podcast]

Amplify Your Impact [Podcast]

“Live your vision, not your circumstances.” -Adena M. Smith, EmpowHER Featured Leader The last episode of Season 2 is ready for your listening pleasure! {iTunes: https://itun.es/us/1MYfbb.c} Saren talks to the Featured Leaders from the September 2017 EmpowHER at WeWork in Los Angeles. Join: Joanna Waterfall, Founder of Yellow Co. Crista Jonson, Talent Development Leader at Ernst & Young

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How to Grow a Radically Generous Community with Vicki Saunders, Founder of SheEO [Podcast]

How to Grow a Radically Generous Community with Vicki Saunders, Founder of SheEO [Podcast]

Season 2, Episode 9 of YOUR GLOW IS SHOWING is up! {iTunes: https://itun.es/us/1MYfbb.c} How do we create communities of radical growth and generosity? This month, SheEO Founder, Vicki Saunders, reveals the secrets to her ripple effect of impact! Vicki Saunders is an entrepreneur, award-winning mentor, advisor to the next generation of change makers and leading

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EmpowHER is 1 week away + THIS happens

EmpowHER is 1 week away + THIS happens

  We’re having our 4th EmpowHER event next Thursday, September 28, titled “How to Amplify Your Community Impact.” This is our 4th time using “EmpowHER” as LA event title because it embodies our value of finding power within to create a better world – how we’re only able to empower others when we empower ourselves.

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On Finding My Self-Worth in Survival Culture

On Finding My Self-Worth in Survival Culture

According to my upbringing, I had three futures: law school, medical school, or business school. I didn’t think I was good at math, so law school seemed the most logical. From my scarcity mindset, law school and my proceeding career as a lawyer meant surviving daily inadequacy and lack of belonging. I survived acne, neck spasms,

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