So the perception of the encouragement is not what matters; what matters is the power that exists when we encourage one another.Read More
When you want to grow a muscle, you have to damage it first. You have to lift something heavy and over extend it. It’s sore for a few days - and then it grows stronger …This is what happened to my heart this week.Read More
Sometimes we let ‘weeds’ - very small but negative distractions, creep up and take a strong hold and become intertwined in our lives. The weeds that are obvious – different color, textures, ugly, we pull immediately when they are small. The weeds that say: I don’t belong here – those are easy to pull.Read More
Having never had an orchid, I was in awe. I would glance at it, its grand curves and beautiful petals, as I rushed through my kitchen. It brightened my days and bolstered my spirits. Day after day, it seemed to be perfect.
Until one day, it wasn’t.Read More
This is one of the most raw posts I've ever written. If you are a parent...read.Read More
We need to embrace our successes, and we need to throw our arms around our own achievements and the achievements of other women!Read More
I know there will be times where you feel frustrated, beaten down and overcome with responsibility. I know it is not easy to be strong men.
I also know you are not mine, you are God’s.
And you are brave enough.Read More
I have learned not to make a list of what I plan to start; I have learned to make a list of what I plan to finish.Read More
Sometimes we do things right hundreds of times. And sometimes, on the thousand time, we screw up. We fail. We catch our toe, nail a shin, and are left with a painful bruise.Read More
Being 100%, authentically you is extremely freeing. It is awesome, brave, and takes courage and strength.
It is also completely exhausting at times.Read More
One of the most important things my mother taught me was to choose my friends intelligently...The older I get, the more I believe who I allow to influence me plays an enormous part in the place I find myself in today.Read More
Hello everyone! My name is Charlotte Reilly, and I am Sasha’s new intern for Brave Enough!Read More
Despite working in healthcare for 15 years, I had no idea that nearly 80% of the US healthcare workforce is comprised of women (according to the Bureau of Statistics.)Read More
Women: Have you ever sat in a meeting where had the solutions, yet stayed quiet, too afraid to present them? We need to hear your voice.Read More
The more you get to you know your closest friends, the more you get to know yourself. You realize that you require grace. You realize you can hurt others, are sometimes selfish, and are sometimes prideful. In other words, you realize how human you are.Read More
This race I started out running with my colleagues where 50% of them were women, that is not the case as I glance left and right and see who is running next to me now. I am in a minority, as most of my work colleagues in leadership are men.Read More