We had the good fortune of connecting with Glenda Emory and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Glenda, is there something that you feel is most responsible for your success?
I personally believe my stubborn nature and tenacity gave me the drive to never give up. Too many entrepreneurs start out with a dream and quit when it gets hard. I had to push through a lot of fears and limiting beliefs.
Can you give our readers an introduction to your business? Maybe you can share a bit about what you do and what sets you apart from others?
I specialize in helping those who have experienced severe trauma overcome the triggers and heal the pain. Using alternative methods, I work with a lot of addicts and people who have been to many others to get help with no real progress. I am able to help where others have not been able to. I also specialize in weird and difficult cases. I realized my passion for helping others during healing of my own severe physical, mental, and sexual abuse that I experienced in very early childhood. I knew I was miserable and once I felt better I wanted to help others experience the same peace. Starting this as a business was definitely not easy. Still healing from my own stuff, like fear, self doubt, and limiting beliefs, and trying to find a work life balance was not easy. This kind of work can be demanding, intense, and emotionally and physically draining if you don’t have balance. . I like to teach people as I am helping them. I never want anyone to be dependent on me to fee good. I am proud of the many people I have helped who no longer need me. It means I have helped to empower them and give the the tools to go forward and help themselves and others if they choose. I am also proud that I don’t advertise. All of my business is repeat business and referrals from happy people. What I’ve learned is to never give up on what makes you happy. It’s ok to say no. It’s ok to take time off to recharge yourself. Success is about perseverance and self care. Just keep going even if it seems impossible.
If you had a friend visiting you, what are some of the local spots you’d want to take them around to?
Hanging out at the beach is a must and probably a frequent activity. I love to visit different spots and try not to go to the same spot twice. Sunrise and sunset on the beach is amazing! Checking out local artists is definitely high on the list to support the local community. Locally owned restaurants for dinner and drinks in the evenings would be wonderful. Wine or food tasting events make great day trips. Check out the local museums. There are 60 to choose from.
Shoutout is all about shouting out others who you feel deserve additional recognition and exposure. Who would you like to shoutout?
Lee and Sherry of relationshipreinvented.com Debbie Loshbaugh of Llifeonfirehealing.com Jill and Remi Twinflamehealers.com Harnessing Your Divine Feminine HYDF.online Melissa Bates Melissabbates.com
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