I can't wait for you to finally hear this episode. This is the follow up to Alicia Journey's on-air coaching call. It was such a privilege to do a coaching call with Alicia and it was even sweeter talking to her months later and hearing about her amazing success.
This is proof that doing the work brings success. I've met some incredible women throughout my coaching journey, but sometimes it can be disappointing when you see all their potential being sidelined by their resistance to do the work. Look, it's a big step getting a coach. You're paying someone to ask you the hard questions. I applaud women who take this step, but it breaks my heart when I coach a woman who thinks that 1 hour a week is enough. She is comforted by the fact that she has a coach. It's her security blanket. A security blanket doesn't actually keep you safe it just makes you feel safe and sometimes that's what happens when we get a coach. They make us feel like we're making good choices therefore we're good. Ugh, break my heart. Promise me something, if you ever get to work with a coach, please remember that the real magic comes from doing the work. Yes, the time you have with your coach is important, but what's the point if you don't do anything with what you've learned in that time?
Let Alicia inspire you to take action. She is all the proof you need to realize that doing the work IS the magic bullet.
If you haven't listened to the on-air coaching call with Alicia, check it out here.
Alicia Journey is a United States Supreme Court attorney. She is also a member of the California State Bar. She graduated from the prestigious Pepperdine School of Law in 2009 with her Juris Doctorate. In the same year, she received a degree in Dispute Resolution from the world-renowned Straus Institute in Dispute Resolution.
She was a prosecutor for the Riverside District Attorney’s office specializing in Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Child Abuse and Elder Abuse and tried 34 trials from misdemeanors to three- strike prison cases and attempted murders. She spent time training law enforcement on investigating these crimes.
After leaving the District Attorney’s office she opened her own law practice focused on helping women and men in business, family and estate planning law.
She also started her own non-profit for survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault called Beyond the Bruises.
After a personal health crisis, she found her life’s mission helping high-achieving professionals bring balance into their lives, avoid burnout and develop resiliency. She is also an advocate for women and speaks around the country on how to help women redefine success on their own terms, step into their feminine power and claim their rightful place at the table.
She is a recent transplant to the Raleigh, NC area and considers her most sacred job to be mom to her 13 year old daughter and 7 year old son.
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