Throughout the years, I have met and coached woman in positional power who believed that being aggressive, arrogant and irreverent was the persona of a powerful person. It turned out that it wasn’t and they eventually derailed their leadership effectiveness.
Through the process of self-empowerment coaching, my clients discovered that underneath their contemptuousness was imposter syndrome, the fear of being found out that she was a phoney, that her self-confidence was wobbly and inconsistent and that she was often plagued with self-doubt.
Our coaching sessions were focused on bringing forth her inherently empowered authentic-self, which resulted in a natural and observable transformation.
An empowered woman who knows and respects herself radiates an authentic confidence, she is grace under fire and she interacts with people with interest, respect and compassion. Empowered woman understand the strength and purpose of their power and they proudly wield it to inspire, create and to positively influence her world. 🦋
When it comes to having a healthy, happy and thriving relationship, choose love, respect and appreciation over need.
Need, is a toxic poison that tends to create a jailer-prisoner dynamic that can destroy the ultimate destination of your relationship, ‘and they lived happily ever after’. 🦋
Be You! That is your superpower! There is nothing more beautiful, inspiring or powerful than a woman unapologetically being herself. The true essence of beauty is authentic fluency, the language of self awareness, respect and confidence. You are extraordinary, be you. It is enough, more than enough! 🦋
How do you know if they are the one? You love them just as they are, you don’t feel compelled to control nor change them. They in turn love, respect and accept you as you are. 🦋
Most people get married believing a myth that marriage is beautiful box full of all the things they have longed for; Companionship, intimacy, friendship etc …
The truth is, that marriage at the start is an empty box, you must put something in before you can take anything out.
There is no love in marriage, love is in people, and people put love in marriage. There is no romance in marriage, you have to infuse it into your marriage.
A couple must learn the art, and form the habit of giving, loving, serving, praising, of keeping the box full. If you take out more than you put in, the box will be empty. 🦋
Should you not be proud of who you are, then it is time for you to gather up your strength, courage and dignity and begin to respect yourself for all that you are today.
It is time for you to feel genuine satisfaction in all that you have achieved, the qualities of your authentic self and how you bestow goodwill in your world.
2019 is a new year, a new beginning, decide what is worthy of your attention, effort and creativity and then commit to it fully, to the very moment it materializes.
Appreciate the journey, for you are the journey! 🦋
Your people, your tribe, love, respect and accept you as you are, no matter how you are, at any given moment. 🦋
When a woman respects herself, she intrinsically commands reciprocation and should she not receive it, she will invite you to step up your game or to step off of her playing field, as she would expect you to.
Should you mistakenly demand that she compromise her integrity, dreams or happiness for your own standards and needs, she will not hesitate to walk away, as she would expect you to.
An empowered woman knows that her every choice matters and that her best choice, regardless of how challenging it may be, is to act in harmony with her soul’s code and the whispers of her heart, as she would expect you to.
An empowered woman esteems her inherent worth, dignity and honour and she expects that your love for her will always champion her essential self, as her love for you champions yours. 🦋
I believe forgiveness is one of the highest forms of love and respect in any personal or professional relationship.
It takes courage to say ‘I’m sorry’ and an even more valiant heart to say ‘I forgive you’.
~ Judit 🦋
It is your naked soul that I seek to embrace.
~ Judit e. Szabo