This should actually be titled, “This is how I, Molly Mahar, bought a church in Montana, left California, spent a winter in the woods of Washington, and am about to embark on a trip around the world with my family while taking a sabbatical from my business + real life.” Yes, it’s about external evolution!…Read More
“Ultimately the greatest service a woman can do to her community is to be happy; the degree of revolt and irresponsibility which she must manifest to acquire happiness is the only sure indication of the way things must change if there is to be any point in continuing to be a woman at all.” —…Read More
You put a lot of pressure on yourself to conquer the next mountain, to uplevel your life, to face your fears, to be recognized (and paid! and adored!) for your greatest gifts, to achieve despite the hardships you face, to always play bigger. Sometimes that pressure is exactly what you need to push through a…Read More
“Here’s the truth about telling stories with your life. It’s going to sound like a great idea, and you are going to get excited about it, and then when it comes time to do the work, you’re not going to want to do it. It’s like that with writing books, and it’s like that…Read More
I know it sometimes seems easier to just stay the course without examining why you’re on it or how you feel about it — even if that means you’re constantly putting up with shit you resent or continually feeling like your opinions or dreams aren’t valued… Women do it all the time in jobs, in…Read More
You are born free, wild, open, curious. Utterly yourself. Beautifully whole. Yet very few of us keep that wholeness as we pass through the journey of our lives. You learn how to please for safety or validation. You learn how to perform for inclusion or gold stars. You learn how to harden yourself to others’…Read More
You’ve done it. I’ve done it. We’ve all done it… Kicked + screamed + flatout ignored that change was underway or that desperation was creeping in or that love was being ignited. You weren’t ready or able or in the mood for something you couldn’t control. Yet, denying change pretty much guarantees it’s going to…Read More
Last month, I launched my 6th year of my Elevate Mastermind Group to a waitlist of over 400 women. I posted about it on social media. I read beautiful applications, made acceptance calls and watched deposits roll in. Three days later, I woke up feeling like shit. Like super sick, but beyond that — there…Read More
If you open the doors of my art closet, you’ll see every old vision board I’ve ever made taped to the walls.
Since I’ve been in California these past 6 years, the personal inspiration pics have been full of babies on the beach, adult picnics with mason jars of rosé, outdoor living rooms, and yoga/surfing/taco shack/Highway One adventures.
Yup, I’m pretty much a walking cliché…
The career inspiration pics have stayed consistent since I started Stratejoy back in 2009 — stages I want to speak on, retreats I want to lead, mentors I want to learn from, writing spaces tucked away in various glorious lady offices and continually growing Tribe goals.Read More
There’s no getting around it.
Our day-to-day is our life.
I’m not being blunt to scare you or spread shame, but to shake you up a bit. When you think back to what you did today or yesterday or this weekend, are those days representative of the desires you hold for your life? Are they snapshots of the kind of woman you want to be? Are they examples of the kind of life you want to live?
Honey, what I want you to hear is this —
Honor your time as if your life depended on it.Read More