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Own Your Worth, Ask For What You Want: Sara James NBC (Pt 4)

It is so important to risk the rejection and own your own worth. In this interview for Raw Courage TV, bestselling author Margie Warrell and NBC news correspondent Sara James talk about asking for what you want.

Watch more from Margie Warrell and Sara James:

How To Build Emotional Muscle (Pt 1)

Don’t Miss The Scenery Along the Way (Pt 2)

How To Start Over From Zero (Pt 3)

Surround Yourself With Others Who Empower You (Pt 5)

Trust Yourself – What do you have to win?

Best selling author Margie Warrell speaks with Australia executive Jacinta Carboon about the positive impact that the ability to trust yourself can have in making your own opportunities and networking courageously throughout your life.

Other Videos in the Jacinta Carboon Interview Series:

Living Passionately Through Brave Beginnings

The Changing Impact of Unconscious Bias In The Workplace

Stand Up, Speak Up, and Step Up

Live Life The Way It Works For You

Living Passionately Through Brave Beginnings

Margie Warrell speaks with Jacinta Carboon, Project Director at National Australia Bank. Jacinta shares with us her brave beginnings of growing up in rural Victoria, becoming a young mother, and how she bravely struck out on her own to the big city, in order to build the life of her dreams.

Other videos in the Jacinta Carboon Interview Series:

Live Life The Way It Works For You

Trust Yourself – What do you have to win?

The Changing Impact of Unconscious Bias In The Workplace

Stand Up, Speak Up, and Step Up

Live Life The Way It Works For You

Jacinta Carboon shares with Margie Warrell how she was able to throw off society’s expectations and live life the way it works for her. They discuss the meaning of a marriage, how conventional relationships do not fit all lifestyles, and how different people can support their partners in different ways.

Other Videos in the Jacinta Carboon Interview Series:

Living Passionately Through Brave Beginnings

Trust Yourself – What do you have to win?

The Changing Impact of Unconscious Bias In The Workplace

Stand Up, Speak Up, and Step Up