Neither does the one man show. We all have had help climbing the steps to success. Here is a quick list of the ways people have helped me:
Anita Fiander makes time to answer my social media questions.
Elaine Shannon, TV producer and host, helps me choose what to wear for video shoots. Plus our tea dates always leave me pumped to step into the next level.
Dianne Savoy, virtual assistant and walking partner, gets to see the rough version of me every morning and still loves me. She’s such an honest, generous, and kind friend.
If I’m looking more stylin’ these days, it is due to the prodding, pushing, and love of my friend Rachelle Losier of Artsy Girl Boutique who has shown me I look fab when I get more courageous in my fashion sense.
I visit my mom and stepdad’s house for dinner when I need some nourishment and encouragement. My siblings and their spouses celebrate with me and remind me every time I forget how far I’ve come.
Kiera Fraser who owns the lovely Je Suis Prest boutique gave me the pep talk I needed just a few days ago.
Wellness coach Lorraine Peters helps me stay centred every Saturday with yoga.
My nan passed last year and made me promise to write a second book. I’m sure she can see me writing from heaven.
Michelle Alward at Crystals and Karma has created a store and tea room that inspires me and shifts my energy to peace each and every time.
Judy Blues Eyes or Judy Farquharson, an amazing licensed makeup artist, has me wearing makeup more often.
Deb Armstrong of Armstrong HR Consulting who helped me prep my original business plan and continues to be a great friend, dog walking buddy, and source of logic in stressful times.
My dogs show me what unconditional love is and remind me to play.
So many others I’ve missed like MAO who did my company logo and… and…
The one person show doesn’t exist. When you feel alone or stressed, make a list of all the ways people have helped you. Then ask yourself… How do I pass it on?