Right? It’s difficult. It’s not easy. It is a tug war. It’s a personal tug of war. And I think that as you grow
your personal brand, as you really step into who you are, it’s easier to take that leap of faith and say, I’m
going all in on myself. I always think back, and I mean it relates to trusting your gut so much, but our
great-grandmother used to always say, doubt means don’t.
“No program has ever given us the feeling that we
could before. And what we need to realize is what we think we can’t do alone is basically the suck. Like
when we were reporting to someone who was because it sucked so bad that we needed someone, but I
don’t need external accountability because my life itself inspires and motivates me.”
How do I do it? So I just came, started coming up with the idea, what if we talked to Canadian designers,
we aggregated their products into one store, which really is not done.
Maria Michelle’lee (00:00):The vibe is so good here. I feel like I’m actually doing all the things that I want to do was which is have apodcast and see myself on radio, huh?Laura (00:13):Oh my goodness. You are manifesting. There’sMaria Michelle’lee (00:16):Power in that. I just have that voice who’s not going to come on […]
Hey sisters, today’s episode is a heavy one. We’re going to delve into not only death, but the grief and
trauma that comes with it. So a little bit of a trigger warning for you.
We’re sitting down with Emily Cave, and if you don’t know her story, it is one for the record books. Emily
is the widow of Edmonton Oiler player, Colby Cave, who died unexpectedly in 2020.
Grab a glass of whatever makes you happy (we’ll be sipping vino of course) and get ready to tune in… We’re going to leave you entertained, inspired, and ready to take life by the lady balls