July 15, 2015

Making a Scene: Interview with Courtney Brown

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If you’ve been reading my blog or you follow me on Facebook or social media, you know the story behind what it means to #makeascene. It means being brave and no longer hiding or silencing what you want or who you are.

I’m so excited to introduce you to Courtney, a participant in my Make A Scene 6-month program. Courtney has an inspiring story to share about how she made a scene and how one beautiful experience transformed her feelings of self-worth.

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Listen to this interview to learn…

  • How Courtney’s idea of what it means to #makeascene shifted throughout the program
  • What it actually feels like to #makeascene
  • Which moment at the Savannah retreat triggered Courtney’s fear of “not being enough”
  • The question Courtney started asking herself to cultivate self-acceptance
  • Why sometimes we have the most resistance to where our soul wants to go

CLICK HERE to listen to the full interview.

P.S. If you feel ready to #makeascene in your own life, don’t miss my newest program: MAKE A SCENE. It’s open to 10 women and I have 2 spaces left. Secure your spot, soon, and prepare to #makeascene”!

https://universityforlifecoachtraining.com/programs/make-a-scene/

XOXO,
Susan

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