Author and personal development coach Zara Green didn’t realize until she was in her mid 20s that every person who influences you, whether positively or negatively, is influencing you for a purpose. She came to this realization when she accepted that the difficult relationship she had with her mother when growing up was because of their disparate personalities and not because of something that she personally did wrong. This truce with her mom helped Zara become much more accepting of herself.
Today, as co-founder of the relationship education company The Grown Zone, Zara teaches women, especially, that they dare not shrink in the face of a man (or anyone!) who tells them who or what they are supposed to be. On this episode, Zara tells us how to close our personal growth gap, how to make our next decision better and why our relationships should be based on H.E.R.
On this episode you’ll learn…
- Realizing that everybody is not going to like you.
- Be honest with yourself about what your relationship is with a person.
- How to be who you’re meant to be.
- The power of permission.
- We all have good, bad and ugly.
- Why mistake is a myth, and failure is fiction.
- How to not beat yourself up about past decisions.
- Why happiness, wealth and fulfillment is an inside job.
- How your nature can trip you up.
- What it means to be “out of control.”
- Why you have to stop believing the lies that hold you back!
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RESOURCES MENTIONED ON THIS EPISODE:
Loving in the Grown Zone: A No-Nonsense Guide to Making Healthy Decisions in the Quest for Loving, Romantic Relationships of Honor, Esteem, and Respect by Zara D. Green and Alfred Edmond, Jr. (Balboa Press)
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[Music: “Someone Else’s Memories” by Revolution Void]