Danielle Mercurio is a confidence coach and meditation teacher empowering others to be successful and live meaningful lives. Danielle says she spent a large part of her life trying to “fit in and play it safe. And instead of expanding, it diminished [her] greatness and left [her] feeling boxed in.” Eventually, she left her corporate job to build her own business and live life on her own terms.



Through her work, Danielle now brings her full self to the table, and also brings comedy to the self-help space with her one-woman stand-up show, Does This Make Me Look Spiritual? The host of the Curiously Confident podcast, she is known for her captivating storytelling and unfiltered advice.



I first met Danielle in 2015 at a mastermind meeting where she gave me a read — literally! Barely knowing me but reading my energy, she told me that I was very tapped into my masculine energy and needed to drop into my feminine. Huh?! I was confused and my ego was bruised — and then it totally made sense. During this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Danielle shares what it means to tap into your feminine energy, and the best ways to — as an ambitious women — be both vulnerable enough and confident enough to embrace that beautiful part of yourself.



What you’ll learn:

  • The difference between masculine and feminine energy
  • Why it’s important for ambitious women to remember to tap into the feminine.
  • Danielle’s top three tips for how to listen to your feminine energy.



LEARN MORE ABOUT DANIELLE MERCURIO AT https://daniellemercurio.com.




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