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The High Value Woman™

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The High Value Woman™ knows a secret. There is a misguided belief that today’s woman must struggle to improve herself, her life and her business to reach some impossible ideal. Instead, when she stops trying to “fix” areas of her life, and focuses on her foundation and life as a WHOLE, she becomes a magnet to her desires.

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sad womanMy Humiliating Disaster…

I promised to share the embarrassing story that started my journey to being the high value woman.

Here we go…

One night, I was coming home from an evening out with a girlfriend. We passed by my boyfriend’s house, and I noticed a car parked in his driveway with out-of-State license plates.

I had a sinking feeling in my stomach. [click to continue…]

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lies-truthThe brutal truth about self-development is this:

Most women don’t get results.

And it’s even harder when you’re NOT doing it on your own, but you follow some of the fluff advice that’s flooding the market. [click to continue…]

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I had a conversation with an amazing, ambitious—yet very frustrated—woman in her 40’s. She spent 7 years getting degrees and the last 15 building her business. She had reached a level of success women rarely reach, yet something was missing.

She desired a juicy love life with the right, high-caliber man who was emotionally available, loving and financially successful. 

But this wasn’t just about a man, she also desired…

~ A fun social life filled with high quality people who inspire, excite and support her in every area of her life…

~ The freedom to travel the world part of the year—or live internationally—enjoying a beautiful, adventurous and spontaneous life, and…

~ She wanted to enjoy all of this while continuing to grow the financial and career success she’d already created for herself.

To most women, this sounds too good to be true. In fact, if the ‘Old Rhonda’ read this years ago, she would have thought it was reserved for a ‘lucky’ few.

It’s not about luck, there is a reason few women live this kind of lifestyle. I discovered 3 common challenges—invisible to most women—that stand in their way.

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Can you believe we’re already a week into the new year?! By now, 92% of people have given up on their resolutions. Only 8% follow through and get what they want. 

I used to be in the 92%, until I discovered ‘the Secret of the 8%.’ Legendary women like Oprah, Grace Kelly, Beyonce, Coco Chanel and others know this.

Listen to today’s High Value Woman™ podcast to find out what it is… [click to continue…]

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“I always play women I would date.”
– Angelina Jolie

vespa_01She looks like she’s dating herself!

Sometimes I catch myself being a b&$%… 

Not to others, but to myself. A few days ago, I was working on a project. It was getting frustrating. So much so, that I began saying some not-so-kind things to myself.

Has this ever happened [click to continue…]

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“Too many women throw themselves into romance because they’re afraid of being single, then start making compromises and losing their identity. I won’t do that.”
– Julie Delpy

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Ready to become infinitely more poised, powerful and attractive as a woman? Do this…

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“The whole ‘bad girl’ thing allows me to
mess up sometimes. And I have freedom to
say more of what I want to.”

– Ronda Rousey

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Being a good girl has high costs:

…you can’t say what you want to say
…you say YES when you want to say NO (and NO when you want to say YES)
…you wait too long to break up with a man you no longer love because you don’t want to hurt him
…you don’t get what you really want (because you’re too “polite” to ask for it)
…you don’t ask for the raise
…you don’t wear that top you really like because others may think it’s “too revealing”

Your life is one endless session of people-pleasing.

That same “good girl” stuff [click to continue…]

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