My new friend and sister in fearless self-expression is Tuck Self, the Rebel Belle. Born and raised to be a gentile southern lady, Tuck lived most of her life catering to the whims and desires of those around her, nurturing her loved ones while ignoring her own wild dreams, and making sure everyone was cozy and comfy before caring for herself.
Not any more!
Liberating herself from her past conditioning, Tuck is the self-proclaimed "Rebel Belle — a Southern Voice for Bold Self-Expression" and she wants YOU to come along with her to claim your dreams, your purpose, AND YOUR VOICE!
I’ve been enjoying Tuck’s new blog and her email course "The Rebel Belle Guide to Bold Self-Expression: 7 Steps to Discovering Freedom." Even though I’ve only received the first four steps so far, there is some good stuff here!
My favorite step is "A Tissue for Your Issue" where this Rebel Belle gives you a clear, empowering way to work with any issue that is keeping you from what you really want. This process can be helpful in getting to the guts of why you are feeling scared or nervous about speaking or performing in public.
It separates the facts from your own fearful perceptions, allows all those fears and judgments to have their voice, and finally brings it around to creating what you want for yourself through awareness, understanding and taking responsibility for your experience. (Thank you, Tuck!)
As Tuck says:
"Once you are aware of the patterns and conditioning that drive your thoughts and behaviors, once you understand how they create your reality, you can take ownership. And, once you take ownership, you are on the road to freedom. You have the tools you need to take responsibility for your circumstances and get your power back. You don’t just create some of your reality. You create all of it. And, with the Rebel Belle at your side, giving you tips and tools, you are well on your way to bold self-expression — full out and on your own terms."
There are so many fun and helpful gems offered by the Rebel Belle. Even if you’re not from the south and not a "belle," this blog can’t help but get your stirred up and wanting to scream in the streets "Yes, I will have my voice! Yes, I will live MY life!"
Claim your own bold self-expression. The Rebel Belle will support you all the way!