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How do influential women think, and what sets them apart from any other women? If you've ever wondered what it takes to be an influential woman or if you've ever hoped that you could one day become one, today's episode is just for you.

Over the years as I have coached women, I've witnessed potentially influential women at the opposite ends of a spectrum struggle to take their place of influence in life and business, derailed by their thoughts.
There are those who want to save the world and tout that money isn't important - that is until money becomes important - and then there are those who have needs to be met and their entire focus is on the money.

I've personally been on both ends of the spectrum and they're both equally destructive. You need money to pursue your mission, but when your focus on money overshadows your big why, your thirst for making a difference changes and you either begin to dislike what you do, or you end up in a direction that you had no business going, and didn't plan on being. 

So in this weeks episode, I share what I believe to be the hallmarks of an influential woman and why I believe that any woman can become influential and make a difference in the world. There is no need to be at opposite ends of the spectrum, you can sit somewhere around the centre and experience happiness, fulfilment, joy and also attract a whole lot of money.

About the author Trish Jones

Trish Jones is a Speaker, Storytelling Coach and Author, who empowers and equips women to create a business and life that's in harmony with who they are - from the inside out - by bringing more of their personality, their voice and their message via their story to the marketplace. Download her story success blueprint to find out more ... The Influential Woman PinkPrint.

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