Nada Lena is CEO and founder of Rise Up For You a network dedicated to empowering women globally. Nada Lena provides coaching to women so they can overcome self doubt and live a life full of happiness and success.
Nada was born in Pennsylvania but moved to California at a young age. She became a singer and dancer traveling around the world performing in musical theater.
We discuss some of the personal struggles Nada had to experience in order to start her business.
Nada shares tangible strategies to move towards self love and become more confident in life and business.
Topics discussed in this episode:
- Cultural upbringing of being Lebanese-American
- Being raised by immigrant parents
- Gender roles
- Superiority complexes
What you learn from this episode:
- Following your passions in your career
- Life as a traveling musical theater performer
- How to communicate in other cultures while traveling
- How to be more confident without being cocky
- Showing up fully in business
- How to have more self love
- Getting to the root of your pain to move towards self love and become more confident rather than running away from the pain
- How to communicate with difficult people
- How to make the leap from a job that does not feel fulfilling into a more fulfilling career
- Using personal struggles to make changes in your life and career
- Becoming an entrepreneur
- Committing to your goals and moving towards your career dreams
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