If you're feeling stuck in your business or you've come to a plateau with your goals or your dreams, you're going to want to listen to this.
Today I'm bringing you Katie Phillips, my seasoned-entrepreneur Aussie-born pal who lives in England with her husband and child. She came into my life a few years ago as I was just trying to figure out my own life, going through a divorce, as a newly single mother. I had an idea to do a summit. I didn't have a business yet, but I wanted to throw something together for women going through divorce because where were our people? I called Katie in to my world and we have been friends ever since.
What I love about Katie
Katie is such a natural empath, healer, and teacher. She loves what she does, and she's always looking for ways to be there for women in such creative ways. She went through some awful times in her life, which, in my opinion, makes a woman so strong and such a great person to teach about recovering from adversity, really...
**Warning: this episode has explicit language.
This is one of those really raw, really amazing conversations with two people who have done their best to find themselves, root themselves in who they are becoming and desperately trying to make a break from a life they were taught to live in a certain way that made this little family implode. They've pulled it all together. And don't you just love a story where people, against the odds, can pull it all together and grow stronger for it?
My new friends Katie and Andrew May, hosts of the awesome Allegory & Elm podcast have opened up to talk with me about the affair that rocked their entire world, the loss of a dearly loved one, the 2 businesses that they are running successfully, and raising two kids and a podcast baby and how they keep it all together.
Good morning sisters. Welcome to the What it Takes Podcast and I am your host Tanya-Marie Dube.
Let's start with taking a deep breath. Now, there is something I want to share with you. How many times have you decided that you weren’t good enough or strong enough or intelligent enough to pursue something that you want? How many times have you cloaked what you truly want in something so that it’s kind-of what you want but not really but it sort of feels like something close to what you want? Or how about this: I’ll just do what I’m doing for now and when I make more money, I’ll do something else? When I’m happier, I’ll pivot. When I hit a certain age, then I’ll do this big thing that will change my life forever.
Why do we do this?
I’ve been sitting with myself for a long time on this subject. You see when I was in foster care, I was deeply connected to Catholicism. I went to a Catholic school and I was baptized and I was the lead...
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