As women, we often put things off and wait for the perfect time to do what matters to us, often at the expense of our personal dreams and aspirations.
We are all capable of going after what we want, sometimes we just have to get out of our own way, and boldly say yes to ourselves.
As we get older, it feels like there are limitations placed on what we should do - that we can’t accomplish amazing things because it’s too late and it’s not the “right time”.
The truth is, there’s never a perfect time to do what we want, and with the right framework, we can make our big idea happen. Bevin Farrand, the founder of the Take the Damn Trip Movement, has a journey that truly reflects this.
What is the story behind the movement? How do we reframe what we want in our lives so that it becomes a priority? What’s the difference between asking for permission and asking for support and why is this distinction so important?
In this episode, Bevin and I have a powerful discussion about what holds us back from achieving our big idea and how to overcome those barriers.
Bevin Farrand is the founder and CEO of Collaborate.Work, which supports small businesses and entrepreneurs in developing and executing strategies to take their revenue to 6- and 7-figures. In 2019, after unexpectedly losing her husband 5 days after they returned from a whirlwind trip to France, she founded the Take the DAMN Trip movement.
Her DAMN framework has inspired hundreds to connect with the people that they love, do the “crazy thing” that makes all the difference and, when given a choice, to take the damn trip.
Visit https://takethedamntrip.com for more information.