Denise Marsh was on the podcast in the early days and I knew I needed to have her back on. Just seeing and thinking about all her growth and her transformation just over these past several years is bringing tears to my eyes. This is what she brings to women in her life and the people that enter into her world.
Who is Denise?
She is a transformational Mindset Coach, speaker, and published author. She works with women to increase their self-love and self-awareness so they can feel more confident in making their dreams and desires a priority. Denise knows how to rock a platform, connect with individuals and provide guidance so that others can live their lives on purpose and with love.
How did she get into transformational coaching?
It was a personal journey that she didn’t know was going to turn into something bigger. She was struggling in all of the selfie things, worth, esteem, confidence. She just felt like she was searching so much, and she just didn’t feel fully happy or fulfilled. She was working nonstop feeling like she had to prove herself, and was just not living. Then she entered a new phase of her life when she moved to Florida, and for the first time as an adult, she was by herself most of the time. She had nothing to think about or worry about and she started to get to know herself all over again. After going through all that, she decided she wanted to help other women do the same.
How can you start your own journey?
What is more important than you? When you really take the time to sit and think on that, nothing else matters except for us, and how we’re living life. You have to make life what you want it to be, and when people can have that moment of clarity, it’s really incredible.
Ask yourself, what do you want? If you quiet the noise and not try to hear what everyone else is trying to say to you right now, what is it that you want or need? It might not be the sexiest or easiest journey, but it is the most necessary journey.
How does Denise describe boundaries?
When you’re setting a boundary it’s not about the other person, it’s about you. To put it simply; "This is what I’m available for, and this is what I’m not available for. " You can tell people what you need from them in order for the relationship to grow, and ask them what they need from you in order for the relationship to grow. You can have boundary conversations, if you feel a boundary has been crossed, you can ask what their intention was, and help them understand how to say what they mean without crossing your boundaries.
Setting boundaries is not coming from an evil place, or a negative place, it’s coming from a place of love and respect for yourself. Not everyone is going take you setting boundaries positively, but if this is going to get you to a place of peace and a place where you feel better about the situation, where you feel better that you used your voice to state your needs, it’s worth it.
It's titled Do it For Your SELFIE. It's all about self love, self worth, self confidence, self foundation, and her favorite, self exploration. She shares some of her clients' stories and a lot of her personal journey. It's about real women who have gone through real challenges and how they were able to get to the other side.
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