Did you know a desire to continuously give without receiving anything in return often stems from a lack mindset? When my guest Mary Meduna-Gross first found that out about herself she let the assessment results sit for seven years before circling back to address the issue.
In this episode Mary shares how often we use generosity to mask our feelings of inadequacy. Fortunately, there is often ample evidence that we are enough. And ample evidence and that there is enough of what we need for all… if we are willing to pause and look for it.
Join us as Mary shares her journey of self discovery and growth as she went from educator to entrepreneur.
"I am good enough. I do have enough. I have enough value to offer."
About Mary Meduna-Gross
Dr. Mary Meduna-Gross s a heart-centered business leadership coach and educator. She believes that we are happiest when we honor our inner strengths and gifts by using them to make life better for others. She knows that it takes a great deal of courage and self-compassion to let go of the old stories that no longer serve us so that we can experience this highest version of ourselves.
Mary has been teaching, leading, and coaching others on their journey for more than 30 years. She supports conscious entrepreneurs who struggle with self-doubt and lack clarity of purpose. With her guidance, her clients align with their inner power so that they can make the world a better place through their business, establish a satisfying culture within their organization and manage profits so they can make an even better impact.
"I am worthy of all the richness I desire."
When I asked what costume she would like to wear Mary told me she had a tiara that doesn’t get enough use. I was super excited to don my sparkly tiara again and then I couldn’t find it! Instead I combined a feather arrangement that fell off of a mask with a dark crown I made a few years ago. Tada!
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