Every Friday I usually feature a woman that I adore. They exude all the qualities of an Alpha Female and I want to dig into their lives to get some nuggets of knowledge to help us all live happier, healthier lives balancing life & work. Since my book launched yesterday my podcast editor Allegra suggested we interview me this week on the podcast to dive into my life a bit more.
Definition of an Alpha Female
An Alpha Female is a powerful and assertive woman. Her confidence is due to being an intelligent and intellectual problem-solver. Being an Alpha Female is a State of Mind based on choosing ambition and being proud of it. She strives for a happy and healthy work/life harmony.
Type A Alpha Females often come across as strong willed and selfish. When we stay true to our authentic selves and stay true to our mission we shine. A true Alpha Female puts the needs of herself first without sacrificing her principles or dignity. She fills up her cup or gas tank first so that she has enough energy for her friends, family, and coworkers. A an Alpha Female strives for synergy with the world around her. She wants a perfect work/life balance but knows that it requires being true to your priorities and what makes you happy. She is never complacent about striving for better and nurtures relationships with the people in her life.
Meet Me! Robyn Baldwin!
If you haven’t met me yet and found this page randomly here is My Story and a quick little bio below:
I call myself an Alpha Female and a Work / Life Harmony Strategist. I am a full-time Marketing Manager, a fitness/lifestyle blogger, a former CFL cheerleader and fitness competitor, a published fitness model, a freelance writer, a best selling author, a brand ambassador, a networker marketer and a podcaster. I have a passion for fitness. I love running, weight lifting, I’ve taught spin and coached beginner runners. I am also a yogi and has been practicing for over 15 years. I spend the majority of my spare time training for obstacle course racing. I also call myself an MS Warrior after being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in December of 2014.