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Why Write For She The Mighty?

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Help inspire and empower women and girls all over the world.   There is NO AGE REQUIREMENT to submit a post.  We welcome contributions from every girl or woman who has a positive message, lesson learned or powerful information to share.

Our mission is to empower women to lead and succeed, and to make kindness cool.

We built our free online school so that there is no barrier to education for anyone who desires it.  We believe that you know things that will make a difference too.

It’s our goal to give you a stage to share your knowledge. Regardless of your title, level of experience, income or following, what we care about is your message.

The more voices sharing the message of hope, possibility, honesty, compassion, belief, trust and collaboration, the better.

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Good luck and we hope to get you published on our platform soon!


Smart Enough To Quit

Smart Enough To Quit

For some reason the term “quitting” has been unfairly classified in this world. A term heavily painted with failure, one that is distasteful on the passage across your tongue, it accompanies a look, a feeling and an apology.

The assumptions that cloak and somehow seem to define a person once they have actually performed the act travel in the same neighbourhood as whispers, judgment and pity.

“Quitting” has been treated unfairly… subjected to a lifetime of distaste, shunned acceptance and weak-naturedness… never socially permitted to distinguish between the polar existences that “quitting” is forced to accommodate.

“Quitting” can be a practice of the weak – to leave responsibilities, projects or dreams unfinished, to give up on a worthwhile pursuit for a lack of equitable effort is an unfortunate robbery from the seeds of accomplishment.

Pride – the good kind lives only after persistence and dedication to the goal is sustained, the challenges traversed and the true honour earned that is now injected into your heart and soul as an irreversible deposit of personal integrity.

It is in this way that character is built… intentional construction of characteristics… a simple representation of what truly exists – not the titles or labels we select to define ourselves, but the realities of what we have done and who we are being.

In such an evolutionary time, we persist to use the term “quitting” as a definition of abject failure, and instead revere “Commitment”, as though that name is of a more respectable kind.

But, in definition alone, neither holds command… “Commitment” has just had a better PR team handling her for centuries.

It is easier to be committed to the wrong things for the sake of being committed – because we got sold on this by the PR Agency working for “Commitment”… and poor “Quitting” got stuck with a lemon of an underlying meaning of “losing” being framed the way she did….   It’s all about spin & fake news it seems…

I refer to dear old Webster under the presumption that their description would fulfill these truths, and to nothing less than astonishment I read their first definition, which stopped me straight.

To free oneself.

Sometimes, quitting trumps commitment.  Sometimes, quitting is the best choice.

Michell Smith

Michell Smith

CEO She The Mighty

Michell is a best selling author, sales, leadership and business consultant.  A grand slam, home-run, motivational speaker, she has spoken on stage more than 5000 times.  More here.


6 Keys For Business Success

6 Keys For Business Success

Listening to my girlfriends discuss the challenges they have working with other woman only re-enforces for me the truth about women in business… Sometimes, we can be our own worst enemies.

We all want to be treated with respect and be seen as capable, confident business people but ask yourself this – when was the last time you had an issue working with a woman yourself?

Did she react emotionally to something in an inappropriate way? Did she avoid your calls and not respond to texts?  Have you ever done it too?

Almost all of us have – myself included, particularly when I was younger and just starting my career.

25+ years of experience teaches you certain lessons. Young women ask me all the time what my one tip for them to succeed would be – there isn’t just one.

If I had to make a short list it would come down to these six things:

1. Guy It Up

It can take a woman FOREVER to say something… and then even not really know what she said.

Men are direct and women are indirect in the way that they communicate. In business, women need to learn to Guy it up!

Be clear. Be direct. Be concise.

Don’t type an email that is longer than a few sentences if you can help it. No one has time to read crazy long emails that include a ton of unnecessary chatter. Get to the point in as few words as possible without being rude.

2. Don’t Take Anything Personally

Direct communication can sound offensive to the ears of us feminine types, however most of the time it is not intended to be. And, even if it is, reacting emotionally has no place in business transactions.

Take a breath, remove the emotion and manage the logistics. Don’t lose time because of an emotional reaction, and don’t withdraw emotionally in response either.

Count on yourself for your sense of value and don’t allow others to take your confidence from you… It’s your confidence – they can’t have it.

3. Be Professional

Get your job done efficiently. Be conscious of everyone’s time and respect it. Never be late. Never discuss confidential work issues with others.

Build your career with results and great work ethic. People love doing business with people who are great at their jobs. Make it easy for others to work with you.

5. Know Your Value

Do not undercharge for your services. Too frequently women will discount their prices in order to get business when they don’t have to. By discounting too quickly that shows a lack of confidence and a lack of value.

Do your research – know what others charge for what you offer and set your pricing appropriately. Taking on work that you feel you are being underpaid for is nobody’s fault but your own (if you do it).

And if you do it, and then treat that client as less important – you are damaging your business, your brand and your reputation. Instead, know your value and charge appropriately.

6. Be Positive

The value of a positive attitude is almost unparalleled. Being pessimistic, doubtful or negative about others is negative to be around. Elevate those around you by setting the example with a positive mindset. Be tough with your negotiations and be nice when they are done.

And – be positive to other women in your wake… Treating other women in a way that is intended to make things tougher for them or to make them question their confidence is despicable.

We are all in this together, and we can help each other. Choose to.

Michell Smith

Michell Smith

CEO - She The Mighty

Michell is a best selling author and speaker who’s mission is to empower women and girls to lead and succeed. Hire her to speak to and inspire your team here.


When Your Boss Talks Too Much

When Your Boss Talks Too Much

Women are very skilled at practicing tolerance.

Being in meetings with others who drive you nuts by how long it takes them to communicate is painful.

Sitting in meetings where you are constantly angry, disengaged and fighting with yourself not to show blatant disrespect when your boss/partner/co-worker is speaking, is no way to spend time…

It sucks if you believe that this person is intentionally hijacking your time as a demonstration of their authority and power, and as an obvious intentional lack of respect for you.

There is one smart way that you can attempt to influence their way of communicating with you, and its the opposite of what ever fibre in your being wants to do….

You need to give them what they deeply desire – Make them feel respected.  Make them feel heard.

Make them feel validated and that the outcomes and action steps required to be taken are understood.

If you’re dealing with this issue, there are 3 possible futures for yourself:


1. You Refuse To Respect Them


You continue to tolerate the meetings and you hate your job whenever it involves dealing with this person.

You handle the long conversations badly as usual, demonstrate your irritation by looking at the clock, looking at other things on your computer, avoid making eye contact, and act disrespectfully showing them that you want them to hurry up, because the last thing you’re going to do is show them respect….

They are annoyed by your presence, every time they see/think about you. You do not love your life.


2. You Choose To Respect Them


You make them feel respected by actually paying them respect. Become a better listener. Confirm back to them what you heard they said needed to be addressed or done.

Write it down to show it was important enough to write down. Listen. Stay present.

When you feel the indifference kicking in, demonstrate that you care again about getting the message and action items correct.

They feel respected. They feel heard. They feel validated.

Your future working with them will be smoother. You will enjoy most of your job.

You will not hate your life.


3. You Quit


Ask yourself this question, “Is it worth it to attempt to improve this issue by leaning in?”

You’ll hear the answer that’s true for you.

Practicing tolerance (for most women I know) could become an Olympic sport 😉

And, by the way – it will happen again…. Might as well get some practice in right now and watch how it influences their behaviour!

I suggest reading the book Whale Done, to see just how much influence you actually have by leaning in and paying respect as a strategy.

Michell Smith

Michell Smith

CEO She The Mighty

Michell is a best selling author, sales, leadership and business consultant.  A grand slam, home-run, motivational speaker, she has spoken on stage more than 5000 times.  More here.


Are You Above Average?

Are You Above Average?

One of the biggest lessons of my life has been one of the biggest keys to creating success and wealth.  It was one that I never would have expected and in fact would have vehemently opposed as a teenager…

A massive perspective change, a huge shift in thinking and in fact a new definition of my place in the world.

As a young adult I fully planned to live a successful life.

I did not know exactly how I was going to be successful but I knew that I would be, after all – I was above average.

I believed this whole heartedly and somehow this belief lent reason to the fact that success was inevitable as a by-product.

What I’ve learned is this – ask a room full of 20 year olds to raise their hand if they plan to be successful and watch the whole room’s hands go up.

Then ask them if they think they’re above average and observe the same response again.

Many, many people think they are above average. Somewhere in our early training the word “average” got a bad rap. We were pushed to not “settle” for average, and to work harder, to do better.

I agree with the theory of this but the result as it manifested in my own life was shocking. I believed that I was above average which immediately “lowered” the people around me.  When I was learning how to become a strong and influential leader at the age of 20, this one exclusive belief is what held me back more than almost anything else.

Believing I was above average gave me some form of sense of entitlement, that the world was expected to show up somehow more for me. It also meant that I thought that “average” people were not going to achieve as much success.

My studies lead to many life changing epiphanies, and this one champions most of them:

I am average. I believe that, am proud of that, and celebrate that.

The more people I’ve met, the more I know that most people are pretty freakin incredibly fantastic.  That “average” people are talented, generous, hilarious, smart, uplifting, ambitious and hopeful beings.

The fact is that being an average human being is a pretty magnificent thing to be. We are an incredible species with undeniable talents and abilities, massively intelligent and capable, adventurous and loving.

Being human is fantastically cool. The more people I have met the more impressed I have become.

I am happily average. I am but one of these people. And I am proud to be.

Seeing people this way immediately elevates everyone around me.  When this perspective shift authentically occurred, and this belief honestly arrived, my life completely changed.

My business exploded to levels of success in record breaking time.

People are smart.  They can feel how you see them.  They like to be around and do business with people who see them as their highest possible version of themselves.  They like to be respected, and appreciated, and listened to.

You want to be above average?  Be above average in the way you choose to see the greatness in others.

My life is surrounded with fantastically fabulous human beings who are unbelievably wise, humorously insightful, entertaining, caring and industrious.

We accomplish a tremendous amount, all of us, and that is a pretty amazing thing to be a part of.

Perhaps we have above average work ethic, or choose to have an above average attitude, maybe we work harder to be above average students of life and apply above average dedication to our goals, but as individuals – I see us as average, and I am grateful for this insight.

An average human is an undeniably remarkable wondrous and blessed thing to be.

One of the biggest gifts we have all been gifted with.

It is a pleasure to share this adventure with you.

Michell Smith

Michell Smith

CEO She The Mighty

Michell is a best selling author and speaker who’s mission is to empower women and girls to lead and succeed. Hire her to speak to and inspire your team here.


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