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Eva co-creates enlightened business success systems that liberate spiritual entrepreneurs from chaos to clarity and cash flow. She is a liberator.
One of the Hardest Moments of Her Life
For over five years, the company that my life partner, Robin, and I ran was struggling to the point where we were laying off folks left and right and unable to meet payroll for those who were left. Robin and I were not paying ourselves, in order to do what we could for our remaining employees. We had creditors after us, personally and in the business. Employees were stressed out, tension was high. And if our landlord had decided to evict us from our home, we didn't have the money to move out. It was very grim. [...]
What used to terrify her?
That my parents' money struggles would carry over to me. I overcame it by realizing I'm not my parents. And "if it's to be, it's up to me."
What does She need to do less of in Her business?
Getting caught up in Shiny Object Syndrome and the next new thing.
Hardest part about being a trailblazer?
Not having something that is so important to me, my spirituality and Inner Guidance, be taken seriously by some.