This episode is part of our very special Unstoppable Woman Spotlight Series. Today we’re talking with the amazing and Unstoppable Heather Keith, the Founder of Keith Family Law, about the mindset barriers she had to tear down to get where she is today. Listen up, this is a juicy conversation where we get really honest about what to do when you feel stuck in a no-win situation, why being a people-pleaser is actually terrible for your business, and how you can build up the courage to finally take that leap of faith that will propel you forward.
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What To Listen For
- Terror barriers: what they are, and how to conquer them
- How to get “unstuck”
- Why being a people-pleaser is bad for your business
- Claiming your success
- How to take that leap of faith so you can actually start taking action
- The power of trusting yourself – how to overcome self-doubt and master your mindset!
- All the ways you’re people-pleasing when you think you’re just being nice
- Are you ready to stop playing the victim so you can take control of your life?
- Start small – and big things will happen
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Heather Keith is the founder of Keith Family Law in Westfield, NJ. Since the beginning of her legal career, she has devoted her practice almost exclusively to divorce and family law, successfully representing clients in the Superior and Appellate Courts, as well as outside of court. Focusing on alimony, child support, child custody, legal separation, and other family law issues, Heather works tirelessly to help her clients navigate the difficult and confusing world of divorce law, with an emphasis on the benefits of collaborative practice.
Heather is trained in mediation and conciliation skills and has completed training in Divorce Mediation. As part of her commitment to offering clients alternatives to litigation, Heather is a collaboratively trained attorney. She is a member of the New Jersey Collaborative Law Group, the New Jersey Center for Collaborative Divorce and Mediation, and the International Academy of Collaborative Law Practitioners. In her spare time, she enjoys performing music and mentoring young attorneys.
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