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The Bar That Keeps Rising

As I coach highly successful female executives and CEOs, I continue to be astounded at how often they interpret interactions with others to mean, “I am not good enough.” There is a term for this: imposter syndrome. "Despite outstanding academic and professional accomplishments, women who experience the impostor… Read More

You Matter — And So Does Your Work

Your community plays a role in how you perceive your personal identity. That may not be an earth-shattering notion, but it is one that we may not take seriously...until it’s too late. Dr. Mollie Bond lays out evidence of how those around you play an instrumental role in… Read More

Why Don’t We Like Ourselves?

Have you ever doubted yourself? If you answer "no," there's a 99.9% chance you're not human. Just saying. When you're a kid, you dream and pretend to be what you imagine to be the definition of the perfect life. Your young mind is unhindered in what you believe… Read More

Discover Your Source of Strength

Has this month's topic been difficult to process? Knowing your worth is such a highly sought-after, foundational piece to anyone's life. As we discussed in the first blog in March, knowing the value you bring to the world and your own life is so important, especially in… Read More

Don’t Play By the World’s Rules

This month, we’re talking about identity and worth. In today’s society, especially for women, are there two more loaded words? As Christian women in the workplace, we battle feelings of insecurity and unworthiness as we climb the corporate ladder, facing challenges that many of our male counterparts… Read More

What Are You Worth?

Tax season is upon us (oh the joys!) and for many of us, that means a very clear and hard-to-ignore lesson in worth. All those forms and all that filing lead to a definitive answer of where all your money went over the past 12 months. The… Read More

Behavior, Boobs & Breakfast: Fri Faves!

What You Missed Mondays with Diane Better to Want What You Haven’t Got How often do we want something that we don’t have? 4word COO Sandra Crawford Williamson opens up about the danger of self-sufficiency. Wednesday Interview Single But Not Alone This week we… Read More

Changing A Generation

Growing up in Communist Bulgaria, Ceitci Demirkova was taught to believe that she was just part of the crowd and that she wasn’t any better than the person beside her. It wasn’t until she was 16 years old that her eyes were opened to the possibility of… Read More