Know Yourself, Know Your Worth: How Miss Conception Society Can Help Your Self-Growth

With a new year just 23 days in we have hit the point when resolutions are being broken, but somehow spirits are beginning to rise again as the temperature does it is important to remember that it’s okay to ‘slip up’. Numerology claims that 2017 is a year of new beginnings, so what better time to begin your self-growth journey than now?

It starts with discovering what it is that you want from life, it can evolve from a small desire, or dream. This does not have to be something you do alone, it is surprisingly okay to ask for help. One of my resolutions is to do 5 minutes of yoga each day, so I have a friend text me to remind me to do so. Self-help is not a
Actress Melinda ShankarMelinda Shankar who is an openly spiritual woman started the Miss Conception Society to aide in the accomplishments others, the dreams, goals, and most importantly the self-growth. The petite beauty hosts workshops, and actively posts motivational quotes, tweets and
photos.

“Build your Confidence, Build your Brand, Build your Lifestyle. Discover the Art of You!”

— Melinda Shankar

I refused to allow my ideas, destiny and vision for my life to be in the hands of “others”. Even if they meant well, I quickly learnt that no one will care as much about your life or your well being than you will. There is a SUPER POWER that takes over your mind, body and soul once you feel the leadership you create for yourself. “Chop your own wood and it will warm you twice” became my new motto. 

I wasn’t going to let one more minute go by where I didn’t feel in control; where I felt directionless unless guided by show business. It was up to ME to sit down, quiet my mind and seek INWARD to reflect on what components are necessary for my life to feel grounded, wholesome and secure.

I read the exert above from the Miss Conception Society and it hit home for me and although I was already prepared to make some big changes in my life, and career this helped me solidify that. And in the words of Make-up artist Meg Kenny I need to “be brave”.  And you can be brave too.

For more information on Melinda’s journey, workshops, and 1 on 1 mentoring check out the official Miss Conception website.

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