Today on the Rebel Babe Cave we are joined by the massively inspiring, hugely successful and all-around rebel babe, Violette de Ayala! Violette is a serial and social entrepreneur, the founder of FemCity and a virtual mentor to over twenty thousand women! In our conversation, we cover so much great stuff, both positive and negative and the way in which Violette opens up about difficulties and her ways to rise above and excel is truly awesome! She talks about relationships and her own separations and reunions. We discuss health, wellness and the important role that exercise and fitness play in her life, having started her career as a personal trainer. Violette shares her formula for maintaining balance and the three-circle system that she has developed in aid of this. We also get into what self-love means to her and the way she suggests we stand up for ourselves. Lastly, we discuss a little bit about FemCity and the support system that it provides for so many. For all this and more from Violette de Ayala, be sure to listen in!
Key Points From This Episode:
- Some thoughts on jealousy, comparison and realistic conversations with ourselves.
- Violette’s own goals, gratitude and badassery segment!
- The end of Violette’s marriage and how it now has a new beginning.
- Starting in health and fitness and how Violette’s career evolved from there.
- A bit of Violette’s exercise schedule and daily routine.
- Health, wealth and happiness; Violette’s formula for balance.
- Self-love and why this means hiring an internal attorney, for Violette.
- Our personal stories that we tell ourselves and how limiting they can be.
- FemCity and the mission of empowering women through mentorship and peer support.
- Violette’s favorite thing to say to herself as motivation.
“I love formulas, I always have to have a process with everything.” — @ViolettedeAyala [0:18:38]
“I look at my world in three different circles. I have my wealth circle, my health circle and my happiness circle and every activity I do fits into one of those circles.” — @ViolettedeAyala [0:18:45]
“There aren’t enough women that have achieved what some of us want to achieve.” — @ViolettedeAyala [0:36:50]