The #1 fear holding you back from being a rockstar public speaker

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A couple of years ago I decided to take the leap into entrepreneurship, a vast and unknown territory for me at the time (and, still, today!). I didn’t exactly know what I was doing, but I knew I had to do SOMETHING. I knew I needed to use my voice to help other women step into their power and share their stories with the world.

In that moment, a lot of fears came up …

Fear of judgment (Who am I to do this??),

fear of rejection (What will everyone think??),

fear of failure (What if this doesn’t work??).

I was terrified.

A lot of the women I talk to struggle with the same fears -- and you might too.

You want to be a speaker and get your message out there. You want to share your story and change lives. You want to grow your business and influence. And yet you’re scared. Petrified.

After years of looking at my own fears, and helping other women clear limiting beliefs and step into the spotlight, I’ve finally figured out the #1 fear holding women entrepreneurs back from owning their brilliance.

It’s the fear of being invisible. The fear that our words don’t matter. That we don’t matter.

Of course, you’ll never know if that’s true for you if you don’t actually try. If you stay small in your little nook, maybe just focusing on 1:1 clients and the occasional social media post. Because, what if you step into the spotlight, in front of hundreds of people, and fail? What if you make a fool of yourself? What if no one cares about what you have to say?

Well, all these nightmare scenarios might come true, or you might be successful beyond your wildest dreams. But you won’t know until you try. And, the truth is? If you bomb a talk, yes, that might suck, but it’s not that big of a deal. No one will actually care, or remember! And you get to tweak and try again!

So, if you want to get yourself unstuck from fear, whether it’s fear of judgment, rejection, failure, or even stage fright, here’s an easy mantra for you to remember and repeat to yourself. As often as you can!

“My words matter and I’m making a difference in the world”

“My words matter and I’m making a difference in the world”

“My words matter and I’m making a difference in the world”

Because the truth is? Your words do matter, and you’re meant to make a HUGE difference in the world. If you take a deep breath and find the courage to become the speaker you KNOW you’re meant to be.

I believe in you,



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