Ladies, you have to know this one thing. The women you see who are rising to the top in corporate America or the women you see just owning the #bossbabe life weren’t born with special genes that you don’t have. It’s not some exclusive DNA strand that guarantees financial success.
The ladies you see posting Facebook Lives and Instagram Stories and Videos and YouTube videos were not born the skills of an actor. They had to learn how to be good on social media and just like anything, it came with PRACTICE.
YOU can absolutely change your future and change your life, and earn an income that you previously thought was an impossible dream. Furthermore, you can achieve inner confidence that will forever change all of your relationships for the better– work, family, love, you name it.
Instead of feeling like a helpless doormat, you can become a Strong, Independent Woman of Power and Substance. A Woman who is living life on her terms and enjoying tremendous success doing just that.
How will you do this?
You’ll learn how to stop playing NICE.
Now hold up right here. If you read the above statement and think, “Oh Lord, no way is this for me. I don’t need someone training me on how to ‘THINK LIKE A MAN’ or showing me how much of a b*tch I have to be, that’s not me!“– then please, do yourself a favor and read on.
- PLAYING NICE covers a broad range of behaviors that many women exhibit, including me, for many years.
- PLAYING NICE generally refers to women who are insecure and uncomfortable in some way being assertive in business and in LIFE.
- PLAYING NICE could mean you are uncomfortable promoting yourself online and in social media.
- It could mean you think you aren’t good enough, or pretty enough, or thin enough, or experienced enough, or educated enough– all because you are worrying about what others think of you.
- That’s a people pleaser, and people-pleasers are always worrying about being accepted by others. They take the safe route. They avoid posting video because they worry about how silly their voice sounds or how they look on camera. They avoid self-promotion because they don’t want to come off as “pushy” or “salesy”. PLAYING NICE also happens when women don’t push back or have difficult conversations with employees or colleagues or vendors or clients or bosses, because they worry about how they’ll be perceived.
- PLAYING NICE means over-discounting your products or services because you think you have to. PLAYING NICE means going so far above and beyond for every favor asked of you or for every client that you find yourself exhausted every day. PLAYING NICE means you put everyone else first and yourself last.
I PROMISE YOU. Once you understand the big picture and take time to reflect on your own behavior, you’ll see this course is EXACTLY what you need. I KNOW IT IS, because everything I’m teaching you is what I changed in my own professional life, and it transformed me, my business and my life forever, For the better.
The reason this course is titled, The Opposite of Nice Isn’t Nasty is precisely because far too many women immediately think we are going to ask them to become Claire Underwood. Nope. This isn’t about becoming a B*TCH It’s not about alienating everyone and building up a community of haters. This is about embracing your true worth and becoming the strong, independent, powerful woman you can be, and never looking back,