277: Jane Kenyon: A Lady Proud To Turn The World Into Divas
Todays guest has certainly been on a roller-coaster ride to where she now find herself today.
From a privileged background to alone and broke at 16; successful, high flying corporate career to entrepreneurial burnout at 35; wealth to near bankruptcy twice, her critical moments are many and her ability to convert failure into success an inspiration to everyone she meets.
And with such a track record of the highs and lows in life, it is little surprise that she has become passionate about inspiring women and young girls to utilise their female power and energy, and kick some serious booty.
With her two platforms “Well Heeled Divas” and “Girls Out Loud” gaining a passionate following, she works with ladies, and young ladies to find the thing that lights them up inside and think differently to recognise their full potential.
She believes that the we have the duty “to step up and create an outstanding life as opposed to settling for mediocrity.” which I suppose the vast amount of people on this world do.
She published her first book Superwoman – Her Sell By Date Has Expired!: Time to show Little Miss Perfect the door last year which is selling well, and certainly the future and the present appears very rosy indeed.
So where did her corporate career go wrong?
And why did she feel the need to go 360 and step away from the “what can I gain” mentally of corporate of the world, and move boldly into the “what can I give” world she now loves everyday?
Well lets find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots, with the one and only Mrs Jane Kenyon.
During the episode we discussed such weighty topics such as:
How she learnt early in the day to preserve her energies every now again to come back stronger when she needs to.
How she attracts people into her life by focusing on getting into the state of flow as much as possible.
Why she is a big fan of visualizing and meditating to take time out to see the next step she needs to make.
How she quit her work, and had three months to work her notice, but made the most of that time to leave with a million pound contract.
Why the ladies of the world have to realize that they don’t have to do everything themselves.
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