Tammy Vincent
Her Dream

Meet Introverted Life Coach, Tammy Vincent

Say hello to Tammy Vincent from Florida, USA. She’s been in business for over two years working to build the life of her dreams. Keep reading to learn how she’s making an impact with her work.

Tell me about the work you do and what inspired you to get started. 

I work with adult children of alcoholics and dysfunctional families. I help them overcome limiting beliefs and insecurities born from a childhood of dysfunction. 

I was inspired when I realized that it doesn’t have to take the same thirty years to heal that it took for me. I can help people not only jumpstart their healing journey, but get to the finish line in record time, enabling them to live out the rest of their lives in their most authentic, honest terms.

Has being an introvert affected your life and your business?

It took me a long time to engage. I knew I had all the skills, practice and knowledge in order to start a lucrative business helping people, but I was afraid to put myself out there. 

I spent an entire year EFT tapping out all my mindset blocks until I was secure enough in my own skin to just DO IT! 

The challenges were debilitating fear, and the advantages are that with my completely dysfunctional and toxic upbringing, I developed coping skills that would scare the average beast.

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Can you share a significant lesson you have learned on your journey so far?

One of the most significant lessons I learned is that you have to trust the people that are supposed to be in your corner. You have to communicate, trust, open a line of collaboration and not worry about what people think of your leadership skills when you do it. 

You are an equal partner in the journey if that is what the situation warrants. You have to find it in yourself to voice that and step into your empowered role.

What advice would you give to other introverted women who are on a journey to building their dreams?

I would say to do the work. Know what it takes to become successful in your chosen fields, and get coaching, therapy, support, and a toolbox of tools in order to accomplish those goals. 

Understand that stepping out in public for an introvert can be amazingly uncomfortable, but nothing amazing happens inside your comfort zone. So no matter what you have to do, it is worth it. 

Embrace being uncomfortable and always analyze the “What’s the worst thing that could happen?” concept and keep moving forward.

Thank you for taking the time to share your story.

If you want to learn more about Tammy Vincent, you can find her here:

Website: www.tammyvincent.com

Photo credits: Jessica Uhl

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