Understand How Your Childhood Impacts Life, Work, and Business

$14.99 USD

Brene' Brown says, "Who we are is how we lead" yet every day I see driven success seeking individuals who leave getting to know themselves out of the equation for their future. The truth is that our experiences as children inform our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors as an adult. Your inner 10 year old can support you in creating your future or they can create real blocks and barriers to stepping into your purpose and power. Whether you are negotiating for a new job, a higher salary or creating your own business, it is imperative that you understand how your inner board of directors is impacting your success. Spoiler alert- we all have them.

Nicole Lewis-Keeber

Key Takeaways

  • Define childhood psychological injury and how it changes who we are and how we see ourselves.
  • Learning how to connect with your inner kiddos and determine if they in support of your vision or are opposed.
  • Reveal how childhood experiences can impact your money
  • Learn how slaying your inner critic is harmful and disconnects you from your inner kiddo's message for you.
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About Nicole Lewis-Keeber

Nicole Lewis-Keeber is a business therapist and mindset coach who works with entrepreneurs to create and nurture healthy relationships with their businesses. She’s a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Masters in Social Work and rich experience from working as a therapist. Certified in Brené Brown’s The Daring Way™ and Dare To Lead™ methodologies, she’s also been featured on numerous media outlets including Fast Company and NPR for her work in breaking the stigma of mental health and business ownership. Nicole writes and speaks about the impact of small t trauma on businesses and her biggest, more important work is in combining therapeutic processes with business coaching to help entrepreneurs like you build emotionally sustainable, financially stable businesses. It’s transformational work and she would have it no other way.

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