WHY YOUR COMMUNITY AND A POSITIVE MINDSET MATTER MOST
Founder of Liberate & Lather
Episode 88 of The Vendor's Daughter
On Episode 88 of The Vendor's Daughter we interview Angela Clay, Founder of Liberate & Lather, a company dedicated to the internal and external work of self-care.
In addition to sharing how she makes her beautifully unique soy candles, in our time together Angela also shares:
why journaling has been such an important part of her life
why you need to arm yourself with people who tell you to keep going
what it looks like to push & pause on repeat
what it means to pull up a chair with yourself - for example when COVID hit and you were the only person you had for company, did you like yourself?
why little details matter the most
what success looks like
what it means to get comfortable with the idea that no one is every going to do it like you do
the difference between a growth and a fixed mindset
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