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Often I hear clients say that they don't know what they think so they spend a lot of time getting other people's opinions. And now they are more confused than ever.
While basic data gathering is good, too much at the wrong time is a form of self-sabotage. A storm of information only creates chaos, not clarity.
First let's dispel some myths -- Being independent minded is NOT the same as being arrogant, aloof, or selfish. It's NOT a sign of being impolite, inconsiderate, or uncooperative.
Being independent minded means:
standing in your own power
believing in your ability to recover from mistakes
seeing a long range purpose
accepting others' input as neutral information
having a bodily felt sense of what's right for you
knowing what gives you energy and drains it
liberating yourself from stereotypes and oppression
trusting yourself to make the best possible choices in the moment
deciding with self reflection and critical thinking
feeling good about being different when you are
being okay with going against the tide
Independent minded women are confident risk takers. They acknowledge their own problems and get to work on changing them. They passionately want to make a difference with their lives, for the betterment of community, family, friends, or a cause that's bigger than themselves. They welcome challenges and thrive on overcoming obstacles.
Independent minded women come in all walks of life, shapes, belief systems, and personalities. What fuels us is a strong sense of self and a determined spirit. We're not all extroverts or powerhouses like Oprah, but each in her own way gives light, adds hope, shares knowledge, and promotes freedom.
Aspire to be an independent minded woman? Schedule a free 20 minute consult now and let's chat about how you can do that