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This week, I’m back in the city for the first time in a long time.
I’ve been blissfully beached out in Sag Harbor for nearly a month, but I’ve come back to my beloved concrete jungle for a week of massive creation time related to MarieTV.
Before we head into this week’s episode, I just want to say a HUGE and heartfelt THANK YOU for subscribing, reading, watching and supporting.
When I first started MarieTV 22 months ago, I had no idea what it would turn into (I still don’t) and I had no idea what I was doing (still don’t :)), but what I do know, is this.
I love the challenge of figuring it out and I’m committed to delivering you the very best I’ve got.
My intention for the show is to give you tools to transform your life and to empower you to experience happiness, love, fulfillment and prosperity in every sense of the word.
We make a lot of mistakes on the show (trust me, I notice every one), but I’ve begun to get used to the odd sense of freedom and surrender that comes from learning in public.
This experience continues to be exciting, humbling, fear-inducing, crazy-making and exhilarating all at once. So again, thank YOU for being along for the ride with me as we continue to evolve and take things to the next level.Be a 1st rate version of yourself, instead of a 2nd rate version of somebody else. - Judy Garland Click To Tweet
Last week’s episode of MarieTV sparked a HUGE discussion around the importance of having a unique voice in business and life.
With over 300 comments, it’s clear that we all want to use our voice to express ourselves in the world in a way that feels original and feels like us.
But how exactly do you find your voice?
What are the secrets to unleashing your own uniqueness when it comes to writing, creating and serving?
Finding your voice, or giving yourself permission to use it, as Kris shared, can be challenging, unless you have some concrete steps to follow.
Watch this now and and learn four simple, yet effective steps to unleashing your own voice and brand.
While this four step list isn’t comprehensive, it is a great start to help you find your voice and create your own brand.
Now it’s time for you to jump in and add your unique genius to the conversation.
Do you have any tricks for bringing out your voice?
What’s your biggest stumbling block when it comes to staying unique?
Leave a comment below and let me know.