BY&T Podcast 03: Your success

The Practice of ‘Living as we Intend’

A BY&T lifestyle podcast for women.

Each time-efficient episode offers empowering practices to intentionally incorporate into your everyday life.

Episode 03: Your Success

Today on the podcast our focus is ‘success’ and what it means to us as individuals. When I think of ‘success’ I define it a bit differently than most. I’m not talking about achieving wealth or fame. I’m talking about the success that is bred from a conscious choice to move from your past, and into your present. It’s being accountable and using the gifts and talents that you have to offer. It’s the responsibility of creating your own happiness, or intentionally adjusting your life’s direction in any given moment, when you know you should yield, stop or turn around. Success is being fully engaged in your actions and your reactions.

So how do we achieve this type of success?

Whether you schedule a few minutes to begin your day or multi-task while listening for needed renewal, I look forward to being a part of your journey—and you a part of mine!

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Episode 03: Your Success
Run Time: 06:05 min

Summary of Podcast:

(00:26) Before I launched the new website at the beginning of the year, I shared a post on my social media feed that said, ‘I’m launching my website tomorrow…Yes this is an accountability post!’

(1:03) There are various types of accountability. Unfortunately I think in general, the definition of ‘being accountable’ has gotten a negative reputation.

(2:00) And when I use the word, ‘success’ I’m defining it a bit differently than most. I’m not talking about achieving wealth or fame.

(3:15) Today we’re going to focus on three practices that can help you maneuver your way to the rewards of success, that stems from accountability.


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  1. Christelle
    January 25, 2017, 1:36 EST

    We have a similar idea of success!!! LOVE your thoughts!

    • MightyD
      January 25, 2017, 1:53 EST

      Thanks for your kind comment Christelle!

  2. Niki
    January 25, 2017, 6:18 EST

    I love this message! I especially enjoyed the part about being intentional; that’s my “word” for the year, both in my personal life and my professional life. Thanks for sharing this!

    • MightyD
      January 26, 2017, 7:59 EST

      Great word to choose for the year Niki! Thanks for your comment.

  3. Marie Therese
    January 26, 2017, 11:11 EST

    Your so easy to listen to. Thank you for uplifting and encouraging messages <3

    • MightyD
      January 26, 2017, 11:23 EST

      Well that’s an amazing compliment! I do love to talk, so….! lol I’m so glad you and I have connected Marie! You’re my writer an I’m your talker 🙂 xoxo ~D

  4. Katie
    January 31, 2017, 9:49 EST

    Thanks so much for being an example and living out exactly what you talked about. It’s sometimes scary work to continually “put yourself out there.” But I love your antidote: accountability. Yes! I for sure need people to keep me accountable to my dreams or it would be easy to shrink back down and not have the bravery you talked about. Thanks for sharing! I feel encouraged to continue to press into who I am and what my purpose is!

    • MightyD
      January 31, 2017, 11:21 EST

      I’m right along side you Katie. Vulnerability is hard! And I often ‘suffer’ from fear of the unknown. But I am learning slowly to press forward! And I feel accountability does help! I am so happy you feel encouraged. You have so many gifts to share! Staying open to new ways of thinking is beneficial for us all! xo~ D

  5. robin price
    January 31, 2017, 9:04 EST

    Really connected with your message about accountability, success and bravery. Love your message and inspiration!

    • MightyD
      February 1, 2017, 10:09 EST

      Robin, Accountability has really become a gift to me—it takes a ton of courage, but it’s that catalyst that seems to really move me forward into areas of my life that I am doubting. I appreciate your feedback! xo~D