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Fierce Feminine Leadership

If you are ready to claim your power and change the world, then join women empowerment expert Eleanor Beaton for Fierce Feminine Leadership. Each week, Eleanor shares inspiring interviews with powerful women in business, along with practical tools and tricks you can use today to step into your power, smash your glass ceiling and take your seat at the tables where the big deals and decisions are made.
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Dec 7, 2016

Do you tend to put others before yourself? Do you shrink away from being powerful because you associate it with aggression or dominance which we consider to be masculine traits? Many of us want to step into our power, but we don’t want to have the negative connotations of manliness attributed to us, and we may see it as a burden and become invisible instead of reveling in our magical power. Today’s guest, Lynette Allen tells us that being a driving force in your home, community, and in your organization, is a characteristic that needs to be embraced and nurtured because we are fierce and ambitious leaders.

Lynnette is an international speaker, author, coach, trainer, wife, and mother and the founder of Her Invitation, a website dedicated to helping women keep their power rather than give it away.  She shows women how to be powerful and influential, so they don’t let their quiet command go to waste. Lynette helps women embrace their significance in their world and value their greatness and the talents they bring to every situation so they can be instrumental in creating harmony in the world.

Today Lynette shares her personal story, the story of how she came to be a coach who empowers women – helping them accept their brand of power, so they step into their confidence and become the ambitious women in business they aspire to be.

 “We are hugely powerful and we control quite a lot of stuff in our family and our work so we really turn the wheels at home and at the workplace but we don’t see our own power.” – Lynette Allen

Here’s a Breakdown of Today’s Show:

  • Lynette talks about her views of some women's views of other women’s power.
  • She reveals her thoughts on the differences between males and females from a coach’s perspective.
  • She talks about how gender biased language affects women in the workforce.
  • We discuss how male and female roles are perceived and the effects of sexism on men.
  • We talk about how women don’t understand their significance.
  • Lynette talks about how she coached men and saw a correlation between them and women.
  • She talks about a time in her life where she had lost her confidence.
  • She tells us about a fellow entrepreneur who helped her build up her business and bring her personal joy.
  • She shares the pride she feels in helping many women come into their own.
  • We hear about what Lynette is working on next.

 

Top 3 Success Factors:

  1. Getting support and being open to receive it.
  2. Feeling your way and trust your intuition.
  3. Have courage and be brave – know you can do whatever you envision for yourself.

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