Advocate For Yourself: Why the World’s a Better Place When Women Use Their Voices
It’s evident that women are becoming more fearless and advocating for themselves as we navigate through the struggles and face battles head on. Times are changing and women are standing up for themselves and what they believe in.
As women, how do we fill up our own cups so that we can pour out and provide for others? Why should we take a stand and do something about the matters that oppress us?
In this episode, entrepreneur, inventor and writer Jillian Coburn joins me to discuss why you should speak your truth, and how the next generation of fearless women is changing the world.
If you speak the truth, you will be heard.
3 Things You’ll Learn in This Episode
- Being an advocate for yourself
How do we stand up for ourselves and the way we want the world to be?
- Everyone’s pain is valid
How do we acknowledge our own pain and work through it?
- Having important conversations
It can be scary to talk about things that no one else wants to talk about, but why is it so necessary?
Jillian Coburn is an entrepreneur, inventor, writer, outdoors-woman, and mother of three, who is passionately committed to supporting and elevating women who have nowhere to turn and living under the shadows of domestic violence.
She is also the co-owner of NOLA Prestige Electric, a women/minority based contracting company. She founded the apparel line, Reel Housewives of the Deep South, in 2014, producing one-of-a-kind American-made designs for Southern women who love the outdoors and choose “cat-fishing over catfighting!”
Jillian spends her time on the lake or at home creating new books. She is a member of Texas Association Against Sexual Abuse, Entrepreneur Think Tank, and Women Warriors Collab.
For more information visit https://jilliancoburn.com/ and follow Jillian on Instagram @gigijillian or follow @mommygobag.
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