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Molly Mahar on Living Your Values and Being Comfortable with Vulnerability

Real Talk Radio with Nicole Antoinette
Real Talk Radio with Nicole Antoinette
Molly Mahar on Living Your Values and Being Comfortable with Vulnerability

Molly Mahar is coach, teacher and mama obsessed with the intersection of community, authenticity and joy. She is the founder of Stratejoy, a positive corner of the Internet that provides thousands of women inspiring + useful strategies to prioritize joy in their own lives and businesses.

Molly is focused on working with gutsy women in transition. From the quarterlife crisis to the new mama meltdown, the up-and-coming business babe to the career changer, the newlywed to the newly divorced; she helps women get clear on who they are, what they want, and how to get it.

She's also a speaker who has rocked audiences at the South by Southwest Interactive, lululemon athletica, The US Army Wellness Weekend, Ladies who Launch National Conference, CRAVE Business Symposium and The Junior League.

In this episode, Molly talks about the evolution of her relationship with her now husband (hint: it wasn't always smooth and easy), how it feels to outgrow your business, the difference between a fixed mindset and a growth mindset, the challenge of making friends as an adult, plus a way to both identify your values and then go one step deeper to actually live by them in your real life.

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Music & Audio Editing: Adam Day

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  1. Sonia

    This conversation was amazing. For me was like having the opportunity to chat with 2 great friends. I started to kind of work with Nicole thought the 0-13.1 program, then the NO BS Lab. on one of the chats at the bs lab I found about Molly. I completed the Joy Equation Live in August, and now with the some of them member of that program started a group on Facebook to keep the work going. Im a pediatrician so I never thought I would be administering a FB group to keep the journey of joy seeking and soul searching. But is one experiment and Ive learned a lot about trying things with Nicole. So having this 2 lovely ladies having this real honest conversation was an amazing gift and Im so grateful to both of them and hopefully will keep working with them one way or the other ! xoxo