It's really uncool to lift, use, and steal other people's intellectual property, words, ideas, quotes, music, all of it - without giving credit.
Now this doesn’t mean we can’t share what we learned from someone else, or talk about who or what inspired us, but this is where and why the importance of giving acknowledgement and attribution, must come into play.
The reality is, if you don’t give credit and you rely on copying others - instead of finding and using your own voice, you're not only taking from others, you’re also robbing yourself and the world of the opportunity to discover your own unique wisdom, words, and work!
Today on The Karen Kenney Show, we’re talking about giving credit where credit is due because on so many different levels, it matters.
This episode is my invitation to you, to slow down, take a good look at how you're showing up online, in your business and in your personal life and then ask yourself…
And if you take nothing else away from today, remember this…
“It costs you nothing to give credit where credit is due, but it could cost you everything if you don't.”
Karen Kenney is known for her dynamic storytelling, sense of humor, and her no BS approach to Spirituality. She’s a sought-after speaker, podcast guest, spiritual teacher, and workshop presenter.
An entrepreneur for 20+years, Karen brings a down-to-earth and practical approach to spiritual concepts that can be powerfully applied in both people’s personal and professional lives. She’s a Certified Spiritual Mentor, Certified Hypnotist, writer, speaker, and the host of The Karen Kenney Show podcast, as well as the founder of the community: THE NEST.
Karen guides those she works with to create their own unique experience with spirituality and to not just “take her word for it”. In her 1:1 program THE QUEST, she brings together brain science, subconscious reprogramming, healing hypnosis, and spiritual mentorship to help her clients remove limiting blocks, rewrite old stories, rewire in new beliefs, and reimagine their lives!
KK supports her clients, communities, and audiences to deepen their connection to themselves and the Divine in tangible, relatable, and actionable ways. She leads by example and shows that you can do deep, transformative, and healing work while still laughing and having fun!
A student of A Course in Miracles for nearly three decades, a certified yoga teacher for 22+ years, and a longtime practitioner of Passage Meditation, Karen’s also a Certified Gateless Writing Instructor, and a transformational retreat leader.