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I am really excited to have this conversation today about speaking your dreams into life. It is so important when taking action on your big ideas that you actually speak your dreams into life. It sounds so simple but the truth is if we’re not mindful we can unintentionally do the opposite or speak into life exactly what we don’t want to happen. Our words have tremendous power and even if our default thoughts are not in line with what we want we always have the power to make a different choice in what we’re choosing to focus on. 



In this episode we talk about:

  • Introducing yourself as the woman you WANT to be
  • unintentionally downplaying your vision
  • Your vision is not meant to be shared with everyone 





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