In this episode, we hear from Abigail Pugh, a courageous entrepreneur who shares her insights and experiences on the importance of authenticity in both life and business.
Throughout the discussion, Abigail shares her journey of overcoming fear and self-doubt, and how personal development tools like Kundalini Yoga and Human Design have helped her shift from a scarcity mindset to one of abundance and love. She emphasizes the potential and talents of the listener, encouraging them to focus on how they can serve others and make a genuine impact.
Abigail also shares her insights on public speaking, increasing visibility, and stepping into spaces where women can share their brilliance. The Women Thrive community values vulnerability, collaboration, and diversity, and the interviews in this season will inspire and move listeners, offering nuggets of wisdom that can be truly transformational for both business and life.
Join us as we take a deep dive into Abigail Pugh’s incredible journey, filled with personal growth, self-discovery, and the importance of authenticity. Get ready to be inspired and empowered to step into your own brilliance.
✨ Key Takeaways ✨
1. Authenticity is key: In this episode, we dive deep into the importance of authenticity as an individual and a leader. Abigail, shares her personal journey of embracing her true and unique self and how it has impacted her success.
2. Embracing feminine energy: Abigail discusses her experience with personal development tools like Kundalini Yoga and Human Design. Listen to this episode to learn more about Abigail’s journey of embracing feminine energy how it has been transformational and how it has brought renewed energy to her life and business.
3. The power of collaboration: The episode highlights the importance of collaboration instead of competition. Abigail and Raimonda share their experience of supporting and collaborating with each other. By working together and sharing their expertise, both of them are able to serve their shared mission and values. Collaboration can lead to personal growth and the opportunity to bring one’s vision to life.
02:16 How Raimonda and Abigail Met, How They Followed and Supported Each Other
07:02 Believing in the Power of Collaboration not Competition
11:44 How Abi’s Life Mission Align With the Purpose of Women Thrive
17:30 Exploring Your Authentic Self Through Your Entrepreneurial Journey
22:18 How Women Can Utilize Human Design to Their Advantage
25:14 The Impact of Comparison and Impostor Syndrome on Your Mission
31:40 Unlock Your Potential, Share Your Message, and Break Barriers
34:24 Embracing Authenticity and Vulnerability
36:19 How Presenting Yourself and Dressing Authentically Can Attract the Right Clients and Opportunities
✨ About the Hosts ✨
Raimonda Jan is an International Speaker, Serial Entrepreneur, Personal Brand Visibility Coach, and best-selling author. She has been an entrepreneur since the age of 21 and ever since, she has pursued her dream of building a life on her own terms. Today, after 10+ years of being an entrepreneur, she gets to inspire and motivate others to reach for their dreams. She gets to mentor and coach incredible and talented people sharing her knowledge and skills.
Introducing our new host, Abigail, a Visibility Goddess. She is a Human Design Visibility Mentor, International Speaker, and Thought Leader in Aquarian Age femme leadership. With a diverse background as a corporate leader, she was trained as Personal Stylist, EFT Practitioner, and Kundalini Yoga junkie, she brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to her work.
✨ About the Women Thrive Podcast ✨
Women Thrive Podcast features women from all around the world with their inspiring stories of how they have conquered personal challenges and found a way to rise and thrive.
Listen to the stories of entrepreneurs, speakers, authors, experts, and business owners from all walks of life inspiring and empowering women globally. We cover topics of leadership, business success, mindset, spirituality, marketing and visibility, media and PR, and many more.
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