Flipping the Victim Script
Imagine losing your house, your savings, your business, and your friends. How would you find the power to pull yourself out of that situation?
You might be surprised just how resilient you are. Sometimes, it just takes a good example of some serious female badassery to help you see the way forward. And, that’s what we have on the show today – A woman who had it all, lost it all, and found a way to turn her brutal situation to her advantage so she could have it all again. And, she plans on keeping it this time! She uses the lessons she learned, and the chutzpah she mustered to be better in this iteration of entrepreneur.
Heather Havenwood is a sales and business coach, a digital marketing expert, and the author of Sexy Boss. She helps coaches and consultants reach their six figure goals with her time tested strategies. She’s also a podcast producer and host, and has helped many other podcasters launch their shows and reach their potential.
On this episode of the Brilliant You Podcast, she shares why she relates so closely with the Kathy Griffin saga. Early in her career, she built a very successful business only to have it all fall apart. As a result, she lost everything and found herself playing the role of the victim.
She recounts for us in this interview, how she flipped that victim script and learned how to find power in her lousy situation.
You don’t need to hit rock bottom to use the lessons Heather shares with us in this episode. The way she took her power back is a technique every powerhouse business woman can use to get ahead, stand in their brilliance, and let their talents shine. This episode will inspire you to take responsibility for your success and own all of your power. And, it may even inspire you to be a little vulnerable in the face of fear so that you can achieve your dreams.
If you’re ready to let go of the negative things holding you back, face your fears, and stand in your power (in every circumstance), then hit play. Heather’s story will inspire you and put a fire under you.
Thanks to Heather for sharing so openly with us on this podcast. And, for generously offering up the first three chapters of her book!