Be willing to do the inner work, the deep healing work.
I mean looking under every rock, under every excuse you’ve ever made, under every lie you’ve ever told, under every pattern you’ve ever repeated, on every ounce of self-doubt or fear or negative thought you have about yourself. It means looking under every moment that sticks out to you at all.
It’s listening to your inner voice while being self-aware enough to recognize when your subconscious is trying to battle you with intentions that no longer serve you and then being willing to shine a flashlight into the darkness and uncover why.
It’s not pretty. Continue reading “True Freedom”
“My private clients hire me because of who I am, how I live, and what I share. They are ready. They are confident in the process. They are so sure that they barely ask any questions, they just know inside of them that they need to hire me. My ideal clients seek me out and come to me ready, willing, and able to invest time, energy, and money in themselves. My ideal clients show up now. They can feel this space I’ve created for them and they are ready to fill it.
They are such beautiful souls, so driven, yet so in search of something different… something more… something calm and peaceful yet powerful and profound. They know in their souls that I am the person to help guide them through their journey and they show up fully to allow me to do just that.
My soul mate clients open their hearts and minds to me and allow me to help them navigate through the shifts they’re looking to create in order to fully release and live life on their terms.
Continue reading “A Journal Entry”
Clearing space today.
This has become something I truly enjoy doing regularly. Because what I’ve realized is that physically every time I do this practice, I get rid of more stuff that is not serving me. I release emotional or energetic holds on things that aren’t healthy or serving or maybe are just simply taking up space. Continue reading “Clearing Space”
“Because despite all the IG posts and feel good hashtags, you know you’re a fucking failure.”
That’s a line out of the the latest love letter from my stalker I received recently. This same woman has been creating fake accounts and email addresses for years to try and get to me.
It started years ago when I took a permanent stance as the woman on the arm of a “local celebrity” that she thought was supposed to be hers. From numerous letters in the mail, to texts from ghost numbers, to calls at my old place of employment telling me that she found my dog on the side of the highway, to over 20 fake social media accounts created in order to keep tabs on me, you name it… she’s done it.
When this email came through, I literally laughed out loud. Then instantly moved it into the folder labeled “stalkers” I have in my inbox that holds all of the hate mail I have received over the years. Continue reading “My Stalker”
My favorite question (Well, one of them):
Q: What are you training for?
A: Life. I’m training for life.
Continue reading “My Favorite Question”
You are your worst critic.
You can work to flip it but it will still creep in. You just can’t let it stop you.
We are all hard on ourselves…it happens… And if you have an entrepreneurial brain, you know it happens daily. We are wired to never be satisfied with what we’ve accomplished. We never feel like it’s “enough”. Being hard on yourself is a double-edged sword. On one hand, it keeps you motivated to prove yourself and everyone around you wrong, but on the other hand, it can also be a huge weight on your shoulders that drags you down (*if you let it).
How do you keep from getting discouraged?
How do you keep from being weighed down?
How do you stay positive and moving forward?
Continue reading “WHO IS YOUR WORST CRITIC?”
It’s all work.
The spray tans.
The journal sessions.
The private clients.
The sales meetings.
The group sessions.
The blog writing.
The team calls.
The project management.
The physic readings.
The financial planning.
The live streams.
The budget planning.
The energy edits.
The product reviews.
You could define all of those things as “work” if you want to, because they are all in fact money generating activities in one way or another… in my world anyway.
They all drive me to be the best version of myself.
Continue reading “My Business”