Excuses are always available.
And yet there are people who just go for it in life. They have a spark about them. A knack of creating a big, juicy life, not just reacting to a never-ending to-do list.
Danusia Malina-Derben, is one such woman. She’s an entrepreneur, academic, and organizational behavior and development expert. Oh, and she’s a mum of ten.
She’s also the host of the School for Mothers and School for Fathers podcasts, and the author of two forthcoming books in 2021.
I asked Danusia to share about being brave and handling her insidious inner critic.
How does Danusia set and accomplish unreasonable goals?
How does she live a created life on her OWN terms?
Our conversation covers:
- Changing your inner critic’s diet (SO good!)
- Why unreasonable goals and falling on your face is necessary
- Doing vs Being
- How do you play the cards of failure when you’re on your face?
- The power of a bold request – you can’t get what you don’t ask for
Grab your cuppa and join us!
Links and Resources:
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Quotes by Danusia Malina-Derben:
“Somehow, my soul had a calling to do lots of things – and do them really well.”
“I’m concerned about the bottom line, but I’m more concerned about people. People are my thing.”
“Unreasonable goals drive accomplishments.”