This week on IMPACT, Meghan welcomes her personal mindset coach Geeta Sidhu-Robb to discuss how you can overcome your fear to become a powerful and abundant woman.
Geeta is a multifaceted entrepreneur, lawyer, and health coach and helps powerful women overcome the inner blocks preventing them from reaching their true potential. She is direct, compassionate, and experienced. She does not hold back because honesty is the only way to heal emotional wounds.
Society trains women to hold back, but being a good girl will inevitably lead to unhappiness, people-pleasing, and a lacklustre existence. You don’t need to succumb to the cultural narrative any longer. Geeta teaches you how to face your deepest fears, especially your fear of failure.
Geeta reveals the blinders and traps that keep you stuck playing the good girl so that you can become a woman of IMPACT.
Her motto is “anything is possible. If you can see it, you can do it; if you can dream it, you can make it happen. Listen to this powerful conversation and then get after it!
[1:30] Making Internal Shifts
[5:00] Capitalizing on Your Failure
[8:00] Why Women Fear Failure
[11:30] The By Product is Imposter Syndrome
[14:00] Moving Through and Past Your Fear
[18:30] The Reality of The Good Girl Payoff
[21:00] Start With Your Deepest Fear
[26:30] What Enables Powerful Women
[30:00] Parenting Powerful Daughters
[32:00] What is Feminine Power
[36:00] How Power Isolates You
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“I find the original core problem that you’re really afraid of, and then I unpack that for you, and I show you that when you actually look at that problem if it happened you would not die, and then there’s an acceptance that takes place when you get there, and you just absorb it.”
“The good girl will never be rich. The good girl will never be happy. The good girl will never have self-respect. The good girl will never have self-love. The good girl will never permeate with lush abundant femininity, because they are directly opposite, so the good girl is never going to be happy, and she doesn’t know how to cope with it, so she tries to make it someone else’s fault.”
“The one thing I want everybody to think about is that actually the control to change this is in your hands. It’s a hundred percent in your hands. Because if you take responsibility for being appalling, then I want you to take responsibility for the fact that you can change that as well. You must. You can’t take responsibility for one and not the other.”
“The fear of these things will not stop bad things happening to you. So if they’re gonna happen, why don’t you just have control over your own life instead?”