Leadership and sex w/ Megan Dalla-Camina

Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve always been drawn to women who exude strong leadership skills, especially female entrepreneurs. It’s no wonder then that I was drawn to today’s guest when I heard her speak at an event in Sydney I attended last year when I was there to host my Sacred Dance Party, Resurrected.

Her name is Megan Dalla-Camina and she’s a strategist, speaker, writer and researcher on women, leadership and work.

In her former life, Megan spent two decades as a senior executive in global organisations such as GE, Price Waterhouse Coopers and IBM. These days, she’s the Co-Founder/CEO of Lead Like a Woman, an enterprise dedicated to women’s empowerment, transforming leadership and creating positive organizational change.

Megan is also the best-selling author of Getting Real About Having It All  {Hay House} and the newly released Lead like a woman: your essential guide to true confidence, career clarity, vibrant wellbeing and leadership success. Her work and writings have been featured in Forbes, Fortune, Fast Company, Huffington Post, Psychology Today, NBC, Fox Business, CBS News, Marie Claire, Elle and Wellbeing.

And last but not least, Megan has two master degrees: one in Business Management and the other in Wellness majoring in positive psychology.

In this episode we discuss:

  • Megan’s dance background and the role dance plays in her life now
  • the meaning of feminine power and Megan’s journey embodying it both professionally and personally
  • the difference between liberated women and empowered women
  • how to show up as a woman in a man’s world and thrive
  • Megan’s morning and evening feminine practices
  • the challenges of cultivating and nurturing one’s sexual essence when all your focus is on birthing your soul work
  • what books Megan is currently reading
  • her closing piece of advice for every woman

Click play to listen {45mins}

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