Beginner’s Pluck: Why Being a Beginner Can Be Your Biggest Strength with Liz Forkin Bohannon

Have you ever wanted to keep your ‘small’ beginnings hidden in effort to avoid shame or embarrassment? Being a ‘beginner’ at something can feel scary. Whether it’s a new business, project, or phase of your life that you are beginning again, it’s vulnerable to feel like you don’t know anything! If you’ve ever experienced these feelings of Imposter Syndrome creeping in, this episode is for you. Listen in as Mary chats with author and founder of the ethical fashion brand, Sseko Designs, Liz Forkin Bohannon, as Liz invites us to lean into the strength of being a beginner. You’ll learn what spurred Liz on to create Sseko Designs, why having an opinion is different than having a passion, and the truth behind the ‘fake it til you make it’ movement. Liz is flipping the script on the shame that can surround feeling like a beginner, and uncovers how to choose curiosity over criticism. If you feel like a beginner today, you’re in the right place, because you are right where you are supposed to be.

Liz’s Instagram: lizbohannon

Liz’s book on Amazon

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