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The Good Girl Movement - Celebrating Our Differences

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I am joined by Regena Garrepy, creator and CEO of Reclaim Your Essence, which empowers women to get back into their groove and remember who they really are. 

I am very happy to explore the lessons Regena teaches. She vigorously attacks the misperception many have of maintaining no overlap of your personal life vs business life. Her thoughts are in line with what I try to achieve on my blog - quieting the voices in your head so you can blog with the voice of your soul. Regena is a firm believer in everyone knowing what their truth is and speaking that truth. She says we need to learn to trust our inner voice and express this; we need to reclaim our essence. She says this can be difficult to do when we, particularly women, are taught from childhood to be compliant. She says it behooves you to express yourself in your business and not be too professional. Expressing your humanity can be the point of difference to attract customers. Regena recommends spending up to 15 minutes daily reflecting on who you are. She says the underlying "voices" will not go away just because you ignore them or defy expressing them. She says those "voices" want attention and will throw a temper tantrum if ignored. Channel the positive lessons those voices are trying to express. Regena also addresses the concept of our shadows; the parts of ourselves we are not willing to accept or are truly aware of. 

Regena outlines the Good Girl Movement coaching work she has developed with Christina Dunbar, which teaches clients to claim your voice, dive into more pleasure, tap into power, and step into sizzling hot confidence. Regena will be joining us again in future - please send through any specific questions you might have.   

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