10th October 2016 10:56

For the latest edition of Women with a Message I’m chatting to Irene Brankin, Chartered Counselling Psychologist on the importance of being comfortable with yourself.

Irene works with women who, stressed and overwhelmed, want to reconnect with themselves and get their lives back on track. She does this with one to one counselling and mentoring; her business brunches and retreats in the UK and abroad. She is the author of The Visible Woman – More Lust, Less Must and I Don’t Care – The Art of Divine Indifference, both available on Amazon.

Here she has a great take on vulnerability, choices, the importance of being comfortable with yourself and how to get there.

You can get in touch with her at www.theinvisiblewoman.com.

Irene is part of the PR with Heart Online international community of women growing their business around their true nature and purpose. If you’d like to connect with your purpose and make that your business, and grow your audience, visibility and impact with grace and ease join us for the next PR with Heart Online Course. You can sign up here:

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