How do we gracefully integrate an infinite cosmic soul into a limited human body?
Where do we belong when we're "too much" for this group, but "not enough" for that group?
How do we express our originality in the sea of oneness?
Drink in what these women liberators, founders, overachievers and trailblazers have to say!
The first time I did a negative money memory purge, I burnt 148 memories. Second time, I burnt 62. Third time, there were 36 memories. These 36 memories helped me see how some lessons take days, but most take decades.
I lined up 5 interviews in 5 days in NYC. On day 5 I, got a job offer, found an apartment, flew home on day 6, packed and moved my life to NYC on day 7. No faffin' around!
"We don't have to do all of it alone. We were never meant to." – Brené Brown. This marketing thing, you can't do it alone. You were never meant to. Here are top 3 lessons fom branding genius, Anne Scott. Fainting included.
This is how I meet my Leadership tribes... Firstly, it took me about a year to complete the CTI coach training (instead of regular 5 months) because people in my life kept dying and nothing grows in the swampland of grief.
My lifestyle was co-created. With courage. Which came from my tribe. This part I didn't do alone. The fear was shed solo. With much pain. Which was made possible with love from my tribe. This part I had to do alone.
Whenever I feel frazzled, like I'm revving the gas pedal with the hand break on, I turn to: the Serenity Prayer, the Ho'oponopono and a lesser known prayer by Teresa of Avila. They actually work, who knew!
Sometimes, sisterhood falls from the sky. Just when you need her. Other times, YOU need to break the rules, follow illogical breadcrumbs and find your sisterhood.
To be free, to be the best entrepreneur you can be, you need to care for the vehicle / body that contains your genius, ideas and talent. If you don't, who will?
I heard a shocking statistic: 80% of women-lead businesses don't make it past 5 years. Tis February 22 was the 5 year mark that graced my coaching practice into the 20%. Oh the number of times I cried mercy!
Digital Nomad Mastery is a podcast featuring digital nomads who have earned location independence. They share their journeys to build support and community for those following in their footsteps.
"These mountains that you are carrying, you were only supposed to climb." ― Najwan Zebian
Wait, what?!? You mean to say, that children don't buy cars and townhouses for their parents, do family taxes at 14, oversee all legal and fiduciary duties at 16, pay their parents mortgage at 18, and raise their parents?
Regret is a great teacher... once we get over the rabid raccoon phase of frothing at the mouth, fists in the air, cursing at the heavens, ugly crying "Why Me?" Here are 4 more personal regrets.
Presenting: four regrets I hope you don't have and three obvious traits of woman entrepreneur chasing their own tail, doing things that aren't useful and avoiding the things that are
Entrepreneurship is like dating. When you're dating your business, are you still flirting with other businesses? Or worse yet, are you getting into bed with your old corporate job? :O
Would you? Would you run into the red light on a big avenida, red light, after red light, after red light? Just to get home. What I learned about courage from a circus performer who did just that!
A 10-day silent meditation retreat is like elective surgery. You know it'll make your life better, but you know there will be pain! Parts of me died at that retreat... Death is good for business!
Less is not more. Less is better. Go-getters and overachievers don't need more stress, more busyness, more overwhelm. We need better. We need happiness. Take the test!
It's not every day that you decide to legally change your first AND last name. No marriage, no divorce, just because you want your insides to match your outsides. Here's what you can expect.
Being free and feeling are two similar, but different things. I can close my eyes and feel free, but once I open them, I am not free. These are 5 top priority ways to actually BE free.
You know Maslow, right? And his pyramid-shaped hierarchy of needs. For women overachievers, it's not so much a pyramid of needs, but more an Inukshuk of needs.
The "it" factor is the sweet spot where calling, profession, vocation, mission and passion overlap. Meet 3 types of overachieving women entrepreneurs who don't quite have "it": The Replicator, The Hobbyist, and The Leaper.