I am always inspired by people that defy their age, physical limitations, or social norms and expectations. Unfortunately, some people, especially women, habitually put themselves in some kind of category (a.k.a. box), whether it’s an “age category”, or “weight category”, “i am not good enough category”, or “single woman category“, or ________________ (you fill the blank). Many of our self-perceptions and expectations are defined by social norms, pressure to conform, self-imposed sense of inadequacy. Do you relate to any of the above? I do, sometimes… It is not unusual for me to use my age as an excuse to not do something…
Well, watch this video and tell me: What is your excuse not to “dance your life away”? ;>) It’s usually about what you believe is possible for you, isn’t it?
Millen is a Wealth architect and Financial Independence Coach, entrepreneur, and a bestselling author. Being a Possibilities' Catalyst, she uses her intuition, business, and investment expertise to support entrepreneurial women (like you) who want to master their money, live their purpose achieve financial prosperity and freedom. With her physics and business education, corporate and entrepreneurial experience, money management know-how, mindfulness practices and transformational coaching skills, Millen has a unique ability to guide and support clients in achieving extraordinary success in their lives.
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