I’ve always found inspiration in the people who push the boundaries of what's considered normal — the ones who kick against the grain and redefine what's possible. In my experience, these are the very people who most effectively kick out the bullshit mentality that's infected so much of corporate society — the one that tells us to consider ourselves safe and content until somebody else makes us uncomfortable. It’s in these uncomfortable areas that the beautiful shit happens. There’s no better example of this kind of power than the women who fight every day to forge their own path, even when society has told them that they’re impossible or too much trouble. Every time a woman takes a leap of faith to create her own future, we all benefit.
It’s these very women who are hurt the most by society’s standards — whose hard work and dreams are undermined by an industry that seems hell-bent on keeping them down.
Today's interview is with Meg Kissack, Doc Marten wearing, frog umbrella toting badass female creative entrepreneur, about how she fights imposter syndrome, stays creative and lives as a fucking rebel.
Meg is a coach, podcaster (The Couragemakers Podcast & The Daily Pep! Podcast) and all-round professional rebel-rouser for fiercely creative, wildly multi-passionate & fabulously unconventional women. She's on a mission to help you show up in the world as your most courageous and authentic self, find and do the epic shit only you can do and leave the world a brighter place.
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Her newest exciting project is the Women's Creativity Circle with Katie Snyder
With all the love my shiny, happy heart can hold,