A year ago I was scared to do this

February 14, 2019 is the one year anniversary of the Lead with Love podcast! #HappyDance

I have so many things that I'm already loving about today that I want to share with you.

First, B-School Scholarships are open and I, like many others, are helping Marie Forleo spread the word because 1) we believe in it 2) it has changed our lives and businesses and 3) we know it will change yours. Have you watched the videos yet?! All three are available to watch now.

KICKIN' FEARS' BOOTY

Today, I also feel so proud of the conversations I get to have with so many amazing creative entrepreneurs.

But a year ago I was scared to commit to having a podcast. I felt apprehensive, nervous, filled with doubts and questions.

I had fears of rejection, doing it wrong, criticism, and letting people down.

These fears held me back from sharing my message. I was frustrated with myself because I would hear my voice loud and clear, and I kept asking, “when will my inner critic shut up”?

Even with many years of starting and growing businesses, I am still scared. When we want to share our message and build a business, we think the fear is about failing.

But what that fear is really about is not feeling worthy to be fully seen.

What would happen if instead of getting caught up in the fears and doubts, you gave yourself the space to slow down, listen, and allow yourself to play, so you could truly hear and rise to your calling?

If you feel like you’ve been forcing an outcome in your work or your life, then episode 148 of the Lead with Love podcast is for you. In this conversation, I get cozy with Kimothy Joy.

Kimothy Joy is a Denver-based artist who is passionate about creating artwork that uplifts and empowers women & girls. She partners with like-minded individuals like Melinda Gates, Reese Witherspoon’s HelloSunshine media team and others to create social-awareness campaigns that inspire thought and action.

Specializing in watercolor and ink drawings, she often paints portraits of heroines of past and present. Kimothy is the author of a book that was personally gifted to me, That’s What She Said: Wise Words from Influential Women published by HarperWave. She recently had a baby girl, Luca Joy.

What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!):

  • Why she took a hiatus from doing art and the way she was able to reconnect with it and turn her art into a career
  • What the process looked like sharing her art on Instagram and then of starting an online store
  • The mindset shifts Kimothy had to make in order to generate money from using her hands to create art
  • How she turned her idea of writing a book into reality
  • The way Kimothy is painting the world that she wants for her daughter and how her views of the world have changed since becoming a mother

Check out episode 148, here. FIND full show notes here: jadahsellner.com/148

FREE BUSINESS TRAINING FOR THE MODERN ENTREPRENEUR!

Are you ready to fully step into your calling? If you want to make an impact in the world while doing work that lights you up, check out Marie Forleo’s free business training series that's happening right now.

I shared the first video, the 6 Pillar Roadmap last week. Did you watch it? You'll get a roadmap of what you really need to focus on to launch and grow your business, to eliminate overwhelm and keep taking consistent action.

Marie just released the 2nd and 3rd video in the series and they're so, so, so good…13 Keys to Online Business Success Every Business Owner Should Know and No excuses.

I’ve watched all 3 videos so far and am getting so many golden nuggets of inspiration from this training (and this is not my first time watching it). These videos only come around once a year so if you’re ready to take action on your dreams, here’s the first step. Click below to watch.

And if B-school is calling your name but the finances just aren't there, you're gonna love this…

Each year, Marie gives away a bunch of scholarships so you could be a lucky winner! The scholarship program is happening now and you'll get all the details when you sign up to watch the videos.

Warm hugs,

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