Women Empowerment: 7 Things to Think About If You Desire More in Your Life

Women Empowerment

Women Empowerment


Article by Luisa Vasconcelos  
Photo Credit: Pinterest

It all comes down to love.

I started my business as an executive coach, to help women create the career they envisioned, starting with a power image, power poses and a powerful self-confidence.

As time went on, a kind of pattern started to become often, we would start our sessions talking about their jobs and would end talking about love, or to be more precise, the lack of it… and it didn't matter the country, age or cultural background, the lack of confidence to build a strong image and to achieve success at work almost always was the reflection of not loving themselves or desiring more love into their lives.

So I wanted to leave some ideas and see if you can get some insights out of them and, if you also feel like my clients and as I sometimes also felt, maybe you can move pass this and start calling love back to your live.

So 7 things you should think about:

1) If you want something why do you verbalize the opposite?

2) Get away from toxic people.

3) Learn how to ask for help (before saying that no one helps you).

4) Control your negative thoughts, as most of them never happen.

5) Start working on verbalizing your vulnerability; it will make you feel stronger.

6) Don't think you are alone, because you are not.

7) You are here to live your own life, this may sound like a simple affirmation but sometimes it’s hard to live by.

“Knowing others is wisdom, knowing yourself is Enlightenment.”
Lao Tzu

The best feeling in life is when you start finding your own truths and start tattooing them in your heart. This will make you feel extremely powerful and alive!

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