Keandra Shealey is a professional mental health counselor and the Chief Executive Officer of Comprehensive Counseling and Family Services, a private counseling practice located in Jacksonville, Florida. She specializes in women’s issues and treating a variety of mental health disorders. Kendra also provides personal and executive coaching and consulting services to individuals, groups, and corporate organizations. Kendra has been a guest on several podcasts and an expert panelist for a host of community health events. Kendra is a fierce advocate for mental health and human rights and is well known for her local philanthropic efforts with children and the elderly.
Are you a woman who believes with everything inside of you that you were made to do great things, but you just haven’t quite figured out what that is yet? Or maybe you’ve had a few great ideas in the past and somehow mustered up enough courage to actually pursue them, but quickly found yourself at a dead-end? If so, consider yourself in good company. You see, many of today’s most successful women, including myself, have had the same experience but what I’ve found is that there are some distinct keys to success and the biggest and most obvious one is getting clarity about your “why”. My biggest hope is that as you read each affirmation, you gain clarity about who you are, what you need, and most of all what drives you!
Affirmations for a Woman on a Mission
Affirmations for a Woman on a Mission Journal is designed to encourage, uplift, and elevate your thinking as you step forward into your power, purpose, and destiny.
Uncommon Courage Blog
Self-sabotage is uniquely human behavior. Many of us sabotage ourselves when we decide we want something by doing everything we can to ensure we don’t get it. Sound familiar? Although self-sabotage is a subconscious behavior, we can get a handle on it.
Self-sabotage is a uniquely human behavior. Many of us sabotage ourselves when we decide we want something by doing everything we can to ensure we don’t get it. Sound familiar? Although self-sabotage is a subconscious behavior, we can get a handle on it.
As an introvert, you have so many special qualities that are valuable in a friend or colleague. When you do things like see your ability to listen as a superpower and give yourself time to recharge, you can live a fulfilled life spending quality time with both yourself and others.