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By Ellany Lea   •   Aug 1, 2018   •   6 Min Read

This is Part 2/2 of What Marketing Stra

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 2, 2018   •   2 Min Watch

When we daydreamed about, stumbled upon or leapt into entrepreneurship, never did we ever declare, "When I grow up, I want to be sooooo busy that I end up in the hospital!"

Yet, 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 be worth more... in the eyes of others.

This lesson guides founders, overachievers, trailblazers and entrepreneurs on:

  • how to shift your relationship with time and
  • how to set your business up for success by creating more free time.

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

Storytelling is powerful. Telling a Hero's Journey (often, a slaying of external dragons) or a Heroine's Journey (often, a slaying of internal demons) is powerful.

So I wonder what the telling of a Liberator's Journey would look like...  From thousands of conversations, interviews and coaching sessions with our tribe of women founders, overachievers and trailblazers, this is what I've discovered :O

By Ellany Lea   •   Apr 27, 2018   •   2 Min Read

Last week, I wrote about Joseph Campbell's The Hero's Journey and how it fits with lifestyle freedom for us globetrotting overachieving women freedompreneurs.

My mind understood his model, but my heart knew something was missing. I found THE missing piece when a coaching colleague posted a quote from Maureen Murdock's The Heroine's Journey. Boom!

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