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Ellany LeaAUTHOR • When Ellany said yes to freedompreneurship, she had no idea it'd turn into a spiritual quest of reclaiming the 1,000 pieces of her soul.


By Ellany Lea   •   Feb 26, 2019   •   3 Min Read

These are the "Level 4: Meh" insights, lessons, programs, mentors and teachers from my personal development adventures.

By Ellany Lea   •   Feb 19, 2019   •   2 Min Read

These are the "Level 3: Transformative" insights, lessons, programs, mentors and teachers from my personal development adventures.

By Ellany Lea   •   Feb 12, 2019   •   4 Min Read

These are the "Level 2: Deeply Transformative" insights, lessons, programs, mentors and teachers from my personal development adventures.

By Ellany Lea   •   Feb 5, 2019   •   2 Min Read

These are the "Level 1: Epically Transformative" insights, lessons, programs, mentors and teachers from my personal development adventures.

By Ellany Lea   •   Jan 14, 2019   •   8 Min Read

I mastered being a digital nomad, traveling 20 countries in 16 weeks. So why stop? I always wanted to visit Argentina and have a friend in Colombia, so countries no. 60 and 61, here I come!

By Ellany Lea   •   Dec 26, 2018   •   10 Min Read

At the end of my work term in Rwanda, I didn't have the chance to visit the Mountain Gorillas, which I had diligently saved up for, because the ministry that issued work permits held my passport until the Friday before I flew out of the country Saturday morning.

By Ellany Lea   •   Dec 12, 2018   •   9 Min Read

I was asked if I always dreamed of visiting every country in the world. Not at all! All just always thought I was meant to be my parents' retirement bank account. Had no idea what Life had in store for me!

By Ellany Lea   •   Nov 21, 2018   •   6 Min Read

After each dream that I realize, I ask myself, "What else do I dream of for the world?" And most of the time, even though it's not my area of expertise or professional focus, I wish people would stop ruining children, who grow up to be badasses on the outside, but deeply wounded on the inside.

By Ellany Lea   •   Nov 7, 2018   •   2 Min Read

It is true our parents did the best they could at their level of consciousness. I remember a deeply transformational session with my coach in my first six months of business, where I hated where I was. And she replied, "You are EXACTLY where you need to be."

By Ellany Lea   •   Oct 17, 2018   •   10 Min Read

Over a decade ago, when I lined up 5 interviews in 5 days in NYC, got my dream job on day 6, flew home to Vancouver on day 7, and moved my life to

By Ellany Lea   •   Oct 2, 2018   •   12 Min Read

If any past, present or future critics ask, "Why are you going so fast?", ask them "Why are you going so slow?" If they ask "Why can’t you stay still?", ask them, "What are you waiting for?"

By Ellany Lea   •   Sep 26, 2018   •   11 Min Read

There is an art and a science to non-conformity... as well as a price... and many, many, many rewards... and multiple soul wrenching trade-offs along the way. It's an intricate (aka neurotic) dance. Freedom is the dream. But freedom isn't for sissies.

By Ellany Lea   •   Sep 11, 2018   •   5 Min Read

The Universe pumped adventure into my lungs, but clipped my canary wings. The Universe encoded freedom into my soul, but shackled every limb with gender, filial piety, birth order, personality, cultural, and social chains.

By Ellany Lea   •   Aug 29, 2018   •   6 Min Read

1. Girls will hurt each other until they become women. 2. Watching the light dim is heartbreaking. 3. Becoming aware of the dimming is even more heartbreaking.

By Ellany Lea   •   Aug 21, 2018   •   2 Min Read

Is THIS is how it feels to do whatever I want, whenever I want, wherever I want, however I want, without anyone else interfering? Yes, this is what bliss and total liberation feel like, darling.

By Ellany Lea   •   Aug 15, 2018   •   4 Min Read

When people are in fear, they label adventure as reckless, courage as crazy and uniqueness as wrong. May the spotted rays in the Belizean cayes and the aurora borealis in the Norwegian tundra enchant you more than the criticism-laced fear of “those people.”

By Ellany Lea   •   Aug 8, 2018   •   3 Min Read

After stepping foot in 104 sovereign nations, with my coaching practice in tow, here are 14 lessons I learned, across so many cultures, about becoming happy, about being happy.

By Ellany Lea   •   Jul 31, 2018   •   6 Min Read

Every business needs a brand and welcome message. What entrepreneurs don't realize is the ENORMITY of the personal, spiritual and tribal work needed to co-create a welcome message that makes your heart sing, your eyes twinkle, and your wings soar to the cosmos.

By Ellany Lea   •   Jul 25, 2018   •   4 Min Read

Every business needs a welcome video that encapsulates who you are, what you do, who your business is (brand) and what it does.

By Ellany Lea   •   Jul 17, 2018   •   5 Min Read

Those with an unhealed inner orphan behave with money exactly like adopted children behave with food. Adopted children raised in scarcity, even if adopted into secure loving homes, continue to hoard half eaten apples under their beds or binge on meals thinking there won't be any more coming. Can you relate?

By Ellany Lea   •   Jul 4, 2018   •   1 Min Read


By Ellany Lea   •   Jul 2, 2018   •   2 Min Watch

In our fast paced, comparison-prone culture, as we attempt to navigate business, we often get swept up by busyness, the illusion that if we just do more (even if it's random and unnecessary), we will achieve more, and therefore be worth more... What a lie!

By Ellany Lea   •   May 4, 2018   •   4 Min Read

Storytelling is powerful. Telling a Hero's Journey (a slaying of external dragons) or a Heroine's Journey (a slaying of internal demons) is powerful. This is the story of The Liberator's Journey, a freedom seeker turned liberator.

By Ellany Lea   •   Apr 26, 2018   •   2 Min Read

Last week, I wrote about Joseph Campbell's The Hero's Journey, but my heart knew something was missing from that model. I found THE missing piece when a coaching colleague posted a quote from Maureen Murdock's The Heroine's Journey. Boom!