On her website, Jess Bianchi says, “Cystic fibrosis isn’t all I am and my life will reflect that. I am a mom, a wife, a friend, a foodie, a gym rat, and so much more! I have a lot of exciting ideas to share with you guys and I’m very excited for this journey!” This chick is a 26-year-old wife and mother living with cystic fibrosis who recently launched a clothing company called LXV Clothing. (And yes, the shirt I'm wearing is one of their designs.)
You'll be totally inspired by her story. Grab your coffee, Overcomers, and let’s hang out with Jess Bianchi.
Jess Bianchi – a 26 year old wife and mother living with cystic fibrosis – recently launched a clothing company called LXV Clothing. We met through Instagram just a few months ago and I am so thrilled to have her on the show today! We had a wonderful conversation about balancing it...
Full discloser this first blog post is a doozy. I’m going all in on what happens when you believe the lie “You can’t...” How much this lie has cost me. And, WHY you must muster your courage and say “watch me.”
I was scared to death to write this first blog post. Like procrastinate until the last hour, avoid at all costs, scared. Seems crazy right? I mean my job title literally says “CEO, Speaker, Author.”
Writing has been a passion for me since I was a little girl. I was always writing little stories and stapling lined pages together to make my books.
During my 8th grade creative writing class, I decided I wanted to be an author one day. I promised Mrs. Joersz that I would dedicate my first book to her. It was a promise I fulfilled in 2015 when our company self-published my first coaching course.
I’m an author and a writer. I’ve proven it over and over again. I’ve...
Hello RAYMA Nation! Every Monday a brand new episode drops of the She Who Overcomes Podcast with yours truly, Mandy B. Anderson. Today’s episode is an in depth conversation with Raychel Perman, my best friend and business partner here at RAYMA Team. We’ve been Coaches for nearly a decade, and there’s something we’ve noticed that must be addressed: the unintended danger of accountability.
Don’t get me wrong, accountability is a good thing. However, there comes a point where it gets twisted and toxic. Grab your coffee and let’s dive into the dangers of this and what to do about it!
This episode is especially helpful to Coaches, Trainers, and Mentors. It will also be helpful for all clients that are working with a coach, a trainer, or a mentor.
Dangers of Accountability:
Questions to ask...