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Why the millennial woman?

Updated: Dec 29, 2020



Because she is fierce, well educated and no longer willing to settle for less than what she knows she deserves.

At this stage in life, she knows that this has a price.


Pursuing your dreams and demanding respect and compassion along the way takes guts and determination. It also forces you to make sacrifices, some that come easily and others that cost you a piece of yourself. Those are the sacrifices that can lead to your awakening of what really is important to you.

A new era of talent

The research report The female millennial: A new era of talent by PWC from 2015 with 10,105 female millennial participants across 75 countries,showed that, female millennials represent a new era of talent.

“This talent population is not only entering a workforce that looks different to the workforce her mother and grandmother may, or may not, have entered – she is entering it with a different career mindset. She is more highly educated, more confident and more career ambitious than any of her previous generations. “

My generation’s world, life and career views are not only by-products of the events and technological, economic and social shifts of our childhood and teen years, but also the indisputable results of being mankind's first digital natives. With that in hand, as millennial women, we also stand high on the shoulders of many great female role models that have paved the way. They have shown us that we have a massive saying in the standards we set for our private and professional lives. As a result, we developed needs and demands as young adults that haven't always been as easy to bring to life as they were learnt while growing up. THIS is the primary reason I wish to focus on my fellow sister, the millennial woman.


“(...)we should raise each other up.”

Between being a self-made - highly educated- goal oriented- healthy- minded - activist- adventurous- partner- caring daughter- supportive sister & friend- mother- and a career focused independent millennial woman, life can become a bit overwhelming.


As I’ve lived, learned from and walked the unexpected paths of life, I therefore wish to portray and share real life perspectives, thoughts and emotions of the millennial woman, in addition to aspects of life that we were neither taught nor informed about as we were growing up learning that;

We can do, be and create whatever our hearts desire.”

Inner pains, mental health, the heartbreak of losing yourself, the power of our Emotional Guidance System, destructive behaviors, negative self-talk, and the importance of being connected to our energy sources.


I hope that my tools, content and videos will help to transform her mindset and allow her to step into her confident power so that she can reach her fullest potential both in her private life and professional career.


Lastly, as the American professional tennis player and former world No. 1 in women's single tennis,Serena Williams once stated,

“The success of every woman should be the inspiration to another. We should raise each other up. Make sure you’re very courageous: be strong, be extremely kind, and above all, be humble.”

And I agree.


Gratitude & Love,

Miriam


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