Tag: success

  • What I’m Learning About White Feminism and Worth

    What I’m Learning About White Feminism and Worth

    Fair skin, graying hair, and lots to think about I learned some powerful perspectives this week about white feminism, capitalism, privilege, and my responsibility as an entrepreneur. I hadn’t thought in depth about these topics in this way, and it’s stayed with me. Worthfullness is entwined with these issues, so I guess I shouldn’t be […]

  • Time to Grow a New Harvest

    Time to Grow a New Harvest

    Selfie shot while weeding in my own yard for the first time in a decade. I didn’t mind the winter (it was pretty mild here in Utah this year), but after such a wild year of ups and downs and isolation, this spring sun literally feels like life is being poured back into me. I […]

  • EP 61 // Owning My Worth as a Leader // Samantha (Sammy) Rabstein

    EP 61 // Owning My Worth as a Leader // Samantha (Sammy) Rabstein

    “Candor heightens the feelings of trust.” I had the delightful opportunity to visit the home of my dear friend, client, and co-worker Sammy last weekend while in LA, and we recorded an episode for the podcast. This isn’t a typical Worthfull Project episode. It’s a deep dive into the nuance of worthfull communication and leadership from the perspective of someone […]

  • EP 19 // Creating the Life I Talk About // Sami Udell

    EP 19 // Creating the Life I Talk About // Sami Udell

    “Even when you don’t feel ready, you can still learn.” This is one of my favorite podcast conversations to date. Maybe it’s because it was such an in-the-flow-of-life conversation, or maybe it’s because Sami Udell is a friend who inspires me so deeply. Maybe it’s because I respect entrepreneurs who hustle and own their worth. […]

  • EP 15 // Looking Inward at Just Me // Colie Wasmund

    EP 15 // Looking Inward at Just Me // Colie Wasmund

    “It doesn’t have to be hard for you to be worthy to get it.” Who do I be? The first time I heard that question, it caught me off guard. What does it mean to “be?” I wondered. I always assumed “doing” was more important than “being.” But the more I learn about worth, the […]