Imagine a world without Oprah, Marie Forleo, or Lady Gaga.
What if all these women said no to their dream? We would’ve missed their incredible spirit, creativity, and impact on the world.
Oprah’s Super Soul Sunday would’ve never been born. A nonprofit, The Angel Network would’ve never started, had the opportunity to build over 60 schools, or funded The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy School for Girls. We need these influences to raise awareness for the underserved. Her power and generosity is regal.
If Lady Gaga never answered the call to create her Born This Way foundation for mental health, so many people struggling with depression wouldn’t have the support they need. She just announced they’ve partnered with Mental Health First Aid in United States.
Or, if Marie Forleo never launched B-School, tens of thousands of aspiring entrepreneurs would be stuck at a dead end job. That’s A LOT of miserable people.
These women’s wisdom, creativity, and drive have been a force of inspiration for so many. They became comfortable being visible in their vision and mission.
I’m gonna tell you the secret behind visibility, it’s confidence.
When you’re passionate about what you do, you can’t hide. You’re so moved by your message, that you can’t stop telling stories and encouraging people to take positive action.
Sure, I’ve doubted my styling technique. I compared myself to other stylists and thought, but I do it SO DIFFERENTLY. I was afraid that my approach to getting dressed wouldn’t be accepted. When I lacked confidence, I pulled back, and didn’t allow myself to be seen, especially in the media.
But now I know that, man, I’m doing the right thing. If I hadn’t shown up for my clients like Amber Lilyestrom, then she wouldn’t have been able to feel confident. She’d miss out on THE GIFT of embracing and loving her body. If I hadn’t put myself out there as a guest expert inside other peoples communities, then I wouldn’t have been able to lead the women who are rising in their businesses as experts and leaders.
If I want to succeed in business, it’s my responsibility to be visible, so I can teach women to be comfortable in their skin and their second skin (clothes). It’s my mission to teach them how to access their body as a tool to manifest their dreams.
So, back to you. What’s stopping you from being visible? Email me and let me know!
This is your time to leverage your vision, so you can be seen by the people who need you. Next week, I’ll be sending you a nudge to help you get visible.
I’m here to support you and your vision of success.
P.S. I believe the ideas in your heart are there for a reason. To make the world a better place.