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343: Solocast – Doctor or Business Woman. Both

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343: Solocast – Doctor or Business Woman. Both

Weisman Child 3.0, also known as the alpha female wolf-pup, saw me leaving the other day and asked me which personality I was going to be that day, a doctor…
December 13, 2021

343: Solocast – Doctor or Business Woman. Both

Weisman Child 3.0, also known as the alpha female wolf-pup, saw me leaving the other day and asked me which personality I was going to be that day, a doctor or a business woman. I loved how observant she was at that moment. 

You see, she has seen the shifts and changes I’ve been making, and I love that I’m able to model these different personalities. She gets to learn that you don’t have to be just one thing. 

It was funny though, because when I told her I was being a business woman that day, she had to clarify. She asked, “But you’re still going to be a doctor too, right?” I told her of course. That’s what I’d be doing the next day.

She knows that I love taking care of people, but she also knows that I’m passionate about my business. She’s seeing the life I live versus the life that always gets talked about.

Next time you talk to your friends and family, I challenge you to ask them to tell you how they see you. It’s such an enlightening thing to know and understand!

“I think it goes to show that our children really do see the lessons that we are living rather than the ones we actively speak about.” Dr. Errin Weisman

 

In this episode:

[00:28] I have a short sweet solocast today about a conversation I had with my youngest child.

[01:09] The Alpha female wolf pup asked me if I was a doctor today or a businesswoman?

[02:19] She knows I enjoy taking care of other people.

[02:44] Ask the people around you what they see about you.

[03:22] Thank you for listening!

 

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