Choosing to Put Yourself First with Martha Mok
TRIGGER WARNING: In this episode, my guest and I dive into the following topic: Domestic Violence. If you need to pause or stop listening to this episode, please honour that. Thank you.
When society tells you, you should shut up and be the person the world wants you to be, it makes you a great pretender. After 19 years of marriage, when she turned 40, Martha Mok decided she didn't want to pretend anymore. She did not want to be what society thought she was. She wanted to be WHO SHE KNEW she was. She wanted to feel empowered. She wanted to feel strong. She wanted a voice. She wanted confidence.
Well, Martha found it and now has so much confidence she teaches it to others! In 12 months, Martha built her coaching business from zero to six figures and was featured in Yahoo Finance as the top 1% confidence, business coach in Australia. She is motivational speaker, NLP Master Practitioner, a multiple book author, a confidence coach for women, and a business coach for the beauty industry.
I invite you to join our conversation as Martha and I discuss:
- Asian Background Culture
- Imposter Syndrome
- Verbal abuse
- Trauma Therapy
- Forgiving Yourself
Share how YOU overcame a situation
Why Are South Asian Immigrant Women Vulnerable to Domestic Violence?
Best Ways To Help Your Child Reach Their Full Potential
How Traumas Create Negative Patterns in Relationships
Where can you find Martha Mok?
FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/marthamoksuperconfidencecoach
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