How to Find Your Strengths

How to Find Your Strengths

DESIGNER AND BUSINESS STRATEGIST, BRITTNEY ROSSIE

The Notable Woman is proud to present the Super U Summit, 30 empowering women speakers over 10 days.

In this Super U Summit Talk, designer and business strategist Brittney Rossie gives an excellent talk on “How to Find Your Strengths.”

WHO’S BRITTNEY?

Brittney Rossie is a photographer, designer, and business coach committed to helping people build their legacies.

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Any leadership and business expert will tell you that it is essential to know yourself but so many getting started in their entrepreneurial journey have an idea and vision based on their attraction to success built on someone else’s strengths! This is not the place to begin ( or continue) your journey. Operating in one’s strengths is ATTRACTIVE. Emulating someone else’s strengths is not. I’m here to tell you how you can know your strengths (Ahem, SUPER POWER) and become a notable businesswoman as a result of it.

FREE GIFT FOR YOU

Brittney’s free gift for you is her 5 day course “Mark Your X: Identify and Nail Down Your Strengths Based Niche in 5 Days.” Get it here. 

HOW TO WATCH

Please join us by clicking on the link below, which will take you to Brittney’s video in the Society for Notable Women Facebook group. (You must join the group to see the video.)

Learning Your Soul Lessons

Learning Your Soul Lessons

Intuitive Energy Healer, Heather Cypel

The Notable Woman is proud to present the Super U Summit, 30 empowering women speakers over 10 days.

Tapping into your intuition of interest to you? This is a great talk with intuitive energy healer and spiritual teacher, Heather Cypel, entitled “Learning Your Soul Lessons.”

Who’s Heather?

Heather is an Intuitive Energy Healer and Spiritual Teacher. She is an expert on existential topics as related to everyday life.

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For so many years women have been discouraged from tapping into their intuition and utilizing this amazing resource. A woman’s intuition was once considered dangerous. Now, we as empowered women have an opportunity to claim our place as a viable contributor to the world. Learning and re-learning how to really use our intuition is a key element in being powerful feminine leaders.

FREE GIFT FOR YOU

Heather’s gift for you is a free daily grounding meditation, which you can get here.

HOW TO WATCH

Please join us by clicking on the link below, which will take you to Heather’s video in the Society for Notable Women Facebook group. (You must join the group to see the video.)

5 Morning Rituals for a Healthier Day

5 Morning Rituals for a Healthier Day

Health Coach and Motivational Speaker, Jennifer Espinosa-Goswami

The Notable Woman is proud to present the Super U Summit, 30 empowering women speakers over 10 days.

The next speaker I’d like to introduce is health coach and motivational speaker Jennifer Espinosa-Goswami, who will be giving a talk on “5 Morning Rituals for a Healthier Day.”

WHO’S JENNIFER?

Jennifer is a motivational speaker and health coach inspired by her Grandma Espinosa, who passed away at 88. Jennifer was 100 lbs overweight, and she realized that she would never live half as long as her beloved grandmother if she continued eating the way she did. So Jennifer took steps toward creating body bliss, and one year later, was 100 lbs lighter.

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Arianna Huffington, Deepak Chopra, and Hal Elrod all accomplish their best work in the early morning hours. Whether you are a night owl or morning bird, you can spend 30 minutes every morning to accelerate your health. Discover 5 morning rituals for a healthier day.

FREE GIFT FOR YOU

Jennifer’s free gift for you is a copy of her Breakfast Blueprint, which you can pick up right here.

HOW TO WATCH

Please join us by clicking on the link below, which will take you to Jennifer’s video in the Society for Notable Women Facebook group. (You must join the group to see the video.)

If You Don’t Screw Up, You’ll Never Learn!

If You Don’t Screw Up, You’ll Never Learn!

MOTIVATIONAL HUMORIST, BUSINESS COACH, SASHA GRAY

The Notable Woman is proud to present the Super U Summit, 30 empowering women speakers over 10 days.

I’m happy to introduce the amazing Sasha Gray, a motivational humorist, speaker, and business coach. Her talk for Super U, and oh, it’s a good one, is “If You Don’t Screw Up, You’ll Never Learn!”

WHO’S SASHA?

Sasha is a Sassy Southern Belle, who never met a stage she didn’t love. Her favorite color is glitter, and she loves to tell a story (and what a good job she does!). She speaks sarcasm and Southern fluently, and her favorite exercise is running her mouth. She’s also a motivational speaker, a writer, a business consultant and a motivational mindset mentor, who loves to scatter as much joy, happiness, laughter, and glitter into the world as she can each day and see where it falls.  She believes 100% in Your Journey.  Sasha believes we all have one, and we all traipse through our own journey at our own pace, stopping, pausing, turning left or right or around and speeding up and slowing down. But since it’s Your Journey (yours and mine!), and yours is very different from mine so you own it and know that you have the map in your back pocket.

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Every experience you’ve ever been through has brought you to where you are today. You’re gonna screw up, and you might as well embrace it instead of beating yourself up over it. Just make sure you learn from every mistake.

FREE GIFT FOR YOU

Sasha’s gift for you is “5 Ways to Increase Daily Joy!” You can get it right here!

HOW TO WATCH

Please join us by clicking on the link below, which will take you to Sasha’s video in the Society for Notable Women Facebook group. (You must join the group to see the video.)

The Meaning of LIFE: Three Essential Steps to Trust Your Intuition with Leah Kent

The Meaning of LIFE: Three Essential Steps to Trust Your Intuition with Leah Kent

Intuition Guide and Healer, Leah Cherry Kent

The Notable Woman is proud to present the Super U Summit, 30 empowering women speakers over 10 days.

Leah Cherry Kent is the event’s first speaker. She is an Intuitive Guide and Healer. Her topic for us is: The Meaning of LIFE: three essential steps to trust your intuition.

Who’s Leah?

Leah is a writer, Intuitive Coach, Tarot Reader and Usui Reiki Master healer. She weaves these strands of magic and healing together to create sacred space where women can nurture their inner light and learn to trust the wisdom of their intuition. She is here to help women reclaim their sacred gifts of intuition, inner wisdom, and spiritual nature.

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Leah describes her topic to me as:

How do you know whether or not your intuition is giving you good advice? What does your intuition even sound like? I’ll walk you through my three-step process to help you answer these questions so you can start following your intuition with confidence. I’ll also share my simple and fun personal daily rituals to heighten your intuitive superpowers even more.

Free Gift for You

Leah’s free gift for you is tarot reading journal pages! This is a beautiful place to record your tarot readings. Sign up for your free gift here. 

How to Watch

Please join us by clicking on the link below, which will take you to Leah’s video in the Society for Notable Women Facebook group. (You must join the group to see the video.)

Happy New Year!: A Look at My New Year’s Resolutions

Happy New Year!: A Look at My New Year’s Resolutions

I love New Year’s resolutions! I know a lot of people think they’re a waste of time, and for a lot of people, they might be. But for me, I’ve been nothing but happy with taking the time to define my year. Many of my resolutions stay the same every year because it’s almost as if I’m defining my life standards, in addition to setting the bar higher. For me, it works best to do both.

I also choose a word or phrase to define the year and then organize my resolutions for the year by category. For the year 2015, my word was “adventure.” I chose that word because I was pregnant with my son. I was experiencing pregnancy, having a baby, becoming a Mom, and then actually caring for a newborn. And let me tell you, what an adventure it was! For 2016, I chose the word “fearless.” I wanted to spend less time thinking about what everyone else was thinking and instead just living and loving my own life.

Read on to see what I am focusing on in 2017!

My “Word” of the Year

I always choose a word of the year, but this year, a phrase is what kept coming to me. That phrase is “lead with love.” That’s what I’m going to focus my entire year on. I plan to focus on that in my work, personal, and passion project lives. For me, leading with love means caring for people above all else, loving yourself and showing others how they can care for themselves too, and taking the initiative to do great things.

This year, I’m letting the phrase “lead with love” tie into one of my overall New Year’s resolutions – to lessen the suffering of others. I make this a goal every year,  whether it’s donating to someone who needs the money or volunteering my time to a worthwhile project. I think that leading with love is going to help me lessen the suffering of others in 2017.

Health Resolutions

I am going to do my morning exercises every day, something I incorporated this year with regularity. I definitely want this to be a key part of my 2017. It centers me, reduces my anxiety, and lets me excel in all aspects of my life. I do a personally created blend of yoga, squats, weights, Pilates, Betsy Wetzig exercises (a class I took in college), plus planking. I am going to incorporate Tabata exercises 3 times a week. I am hoping Tabata exercises will get me the cardio I desperately need.

I also want to walk an hour a day, outside my commute and around the office walking. Walking has always helped me think, plus getting outside provides me balance, especially in the middle of the day. My hope is this walking can be incorporated in my walking my sweet dog Bronte and taking a brisk walk during my lunch.

Several of my health resolutions revolve around food. For the past 2 years, I have made our pizza instead of ordering it, and I would like to continue that practice. I’ve tried to make our bread and rolls as well, but haven’t gotten in a good routine for that and want to get better in 2017. I also want to pack my lunch every day for work and drink my coffee at home or bring it with me. This helps me both health wise, but also financially. Ordering food and coffee out gets pricey!

I also want to make my own sweets instead of buying sweets either out from a bakery or eating processed foods. I have a huge sweet tooth, which is obviously not great for my health. I am going to work this year to incorporate healthy sweet recipes from my friend and super health coach Shelly Robinson. Gosh, I love this woman, and her recipes are scrumptious. I want to rock her fudge out all year long.

Financial Resolutions

Every year I create a budget, and every year, it becomes more of a guideline. Not. This. Year. I am making my budget, and I am following it. Obviously since that’s failed so horribly, I am going to be reading Tapping into Wealth by Margaret Lynch to help get me in the correct money mindset. I will also be saving money according to my budget. This is my money year! Totally.

Personal Habits

I have a horrible habit. It’s really terrible, and I can barely type the words.

Breathe, I can do this…

I’m late. All the time.

It’s genetic, I swear. My father is late for everything. Everything! People tell my family a different time so we’ll show up at whatever the event is on time.

But no more, for me, anyway! This is the year of Cristin being on time for everything!

Spiritual Resolutions

As a part of my morning routine, I have done a micro meditation and a visualization exercise, and both really work for me. I want to continue to incorporate them into 2017 and to grow them to be even more useful for me.

Education Resolutions

Every year, I pledge to read 52 books, and I always do, but not in 2016. It’s the first year I have not hit my goal. However, in 2016, I won in other ways, including: writing daily, listening to podcasts, and experiencing new music, something that’s really important to me. I also always try to watch 12 movies a year, and never, ever do, and this year I watched 3 times as many! So even though I didn’t hit my book goal, I did pretty darn good on my resolutions. I’m keeping all of these for 2017, but I’m also going to try and watch theatrical recordings (since I can’t really get out to plays anymore), read 25 plays, and watch 3 dance production recordings (again, no outside time for Mama).

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There you have my New Year’s resolutions for 2017! What are yours? Let me know in the comments.

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