Welcome to a brand new season of The Women’s Leadership Podcast!
Here at the Gaia Project for Women’s Leadership, we’re all about supporting ALL women in understanding their paths through their lives and careers. This includes the challenges and transitions, and the growth opportunities and successes.
So we’re incredibly excited to bring you Season 4 of Elizabeth’s amazing Women’s Leadership Podcast, featuring her unique take on The Heroine’s Journey.
With a nod to Victoria Schmidt, Elizabeth introduces us to the ideas & principles of The Heroine’s Journey in episode 1.
Our paths and learning are cyclical, repeated throughout our lives.
“It’s a circle of learning that never ends” – which makes The Heroine’s Journey a wonderful metaphor for the progress of women’s leadership learning and growth.
The Heroine’s Journey becomes a tool that you can use to understand where you are and where you’re headed, especially in your career and leadership roles.
And know that your own journey will move forward. You can take comfort in that whenever you’re feeling stuck, and prepare yourself for next steps.
In the second half of this episode, Elizabeth sets us on the path with Illusion, the first stage in The Heroine’s Journey.
Illusion. It fools us. It’s a tool of systems of oppression. And when we finally see through it, illusion sets us on the path of transformation and growth.
This episode will open your eyes.
Listen in on this episode of Season 4 of The Women’s Leadership Podcast: The Heroine’s Journey: Illusion. iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher
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