I must admit one of the most wonderful things about what I do is that I get to be "genuinely me". Every day, I have the opportunity to coach and guide women on their entrepreneurial journey utilizing my joy of reading, creating, and connecting.
I overheard one of our team members telling a new member, "you have to schedule a call with Nancy. You will leave with at least one new book, a link to a podcast, and a quote that you will never forget."
WOW! Just wow!
With that, let's catch up on what I've been up to this week...
“Rain is good for me. I feel like I achieve clarity actually when it rains. The longer I have to sit and wait, the clearer my game becomes to me.” (Venus Williams)
What I am reading...“How To Make Yourself Work When You Just Don’t Want To,” by Heidi Grant. (click here)
We’ve all been there, right? You’re supposed to do something, but you keep putting it off… Then you feel guilty and upset. Well, it turns out we can change the script by figuring out why we’re procrastinating in the first place. This article offers 3 new ways to look at what’s keeping you from getting something done:
Hidden Brain Podcasts, hosted by Shankar Vedantam—Interested in how your brain really works? I’m always fascinated with topics about how we think and process information. I recently heard a very interesting segment on coincidence called “What are the odds?” The two researchers interviewed—a mathematician and a psychologist-- had some interesting insight on coincidence and why we think it’s so unusual. It turns out that it’s not that unusual and has more to do with patterns that we are trying to explain. Click here to listen.
This week I connected with the truly inspiring Monica Hernandez, owner of MAS Global. Click here to watch the replay of the session. Monica shared her passion and the inspiration for her business as well as her decision to be a global company. She also gave some great insight on how she handled the pandemic and the secret to her growth despite the challenges she faced.
What I am celebrating...
This week I celebrated the one-year anniversary of moving into my new house. This is really meaningful to me because I went out on faith and I sold a house, bought a house, and moved to a new city in the middle of the pandemic. And just like that (or so it seems), a year has passed. I’ve put in a lot of love and care (in the form of repairs and updates) into this house and I’ve made it mine.