With Mastery 2014 starting in a few weeks, we’ve been hearing the same really great questions asked again and again. Is it worth the investment? Will it really change my life? How do I convince my husband/boss/parents to get onboard and help me do it? Will it help me in my business?
I’m devoting today’s blog post to answering those questions, straight from the women who know best: my gorgeous graduates. There is really no better way to understand Mastery than through the stories of the women who have experienced it.
The Womanly Arts Mastery Program happens just once a year.
This year’s program starts on March 29th.
It’s currently 94% full.
I hope these stories inspire you, move you, and clarify if this work is right for you. Even if you don’t join us this year, I hope you enjoy our grads’ stories, and I’ll return to my more typical musings and missives soon!
“Mastery is expensive! Is it really worth it?”
It’s priceless. ~ Ayodele Moore, Age 67
You see the feathers and the fun, but we do such deep work. And we stand for each other in ways that you can’t even imagine. Invest in yourself. Because you deserve it, and it will pay itself back in full. Investing in yourself is the best decision you will ever make, and it will pay you back over and over again. ~ Sade
When I started Mastery I was a grad student, working to get my doctorate, and making peanuts. Mastery came together for me in so many ways because I decided to stand for myself. I didn’t have a penny to my name. But every month, things came together. Money came from out of nowhere. So it’s really not about the money. It’s the commitment that you make to yourself, and when you put that signal out, the whole universe comes to make sure that happens for you. A year since taking Mastery, that credit card that I used is paid off in full and I am connected to myself, to my sisters and to the divine. ~ Erika P., Age 31 (at left)
When I heard how much Mastery cost, I said, “Well thank you so much, and goodbye.” But thank god I came back. It was worth every cent I have spent on it. ~ Karen Fitzgerald, Age 61
It’s been the greatest investment of my life. ~ Rica Bryan, Age 27