How bold are you, really?

publishedabout 1 year ago
1 min read

Hey hey Reader!

I've been doing some bold things recently: moving from France to Germany with a 6-year-old in tow, working through some growing pains in my business, and daring to take a break from my work with a launch looming over my head.

But in spite of how bold I've been lately, there is something that I've continued to choose to do that's so very, very difficult for me: working to be in integrity with myself.

It's hard.

It's really, really, really hard.

But I decided to share a confession today that I think illustrates why it's important to make this super challenging decision over and over again.

I even recorded an audio for those who aren't big fans of reading!

So click on over to check out more about how I've been practicing being in integrity, what it requires from me to do it, and why it was so hard for me to start doing in the first place:

Have a lovely rest of your day!

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Tiana Dodson

With a decade as a body liberation facilitator and a lifetime of lived experience as a fat, biracial, queer, neurodivergent person, Tiana Dodson is well-versed in what it is to exist in a multiply-marginalized body. As an active co-creator of the Syllabus for Liberation, her work addresses how personal, community, and global liberation depend upon each other. Through her consulting services, group offerings, and public speaking, Tiana highlights the ways these systems of oppression are bound together and how we can push back against them.

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