As coaches, healers, mentors and guides, we take serving others through our gifts and passions seriously.
We work hard to make sure we serve others deeply and effectively and in a way that maximizes the best of who we are and how we do things.
So we do everything we can to reach our highest potential:
When it comes to charging high end ticket for our products and services, essentially what we're doing is making a vibrational decision to STEP IT UP in the way we serve and show up to our ideal clients. It is saying yes to deeper and bigger transformations that deliver and create sustaining change in the life of both our clients as well as that of ours.
Come on this is not new. We have all been doing so in our lives one way or other. Pretending we are smaller than we are under the cover of being humble, being too much into high ideals want to make money, feeling the world is too much in pain for us to want to focus on doing great...
When it comes to our life, creativity and business, fearlessness is a key strength and quality that becomes essential to develop, if we are to move through the changes and dive deep into our soul’s adventure, becoming closer to the voice that tells us what is possible for us to be and create, for us to bring into life, ground and grow.
With Christmas and new year coming up, i wanted to write a short blog with a little manifesto on what i want to see women allowing. being and embodying over the new year that is just around the corner, waiting to burst through!
When we are nurturing our passions and building our business, puting ourselves and our gifts out there, essentially we're get involved in a process where we are working with energies that are not always as clear and conscious to us.
We work hard. Making sure our work is good and effective and helpful and that it brings value in our lives as well as the lives of our clients. We put in the work, show up and become visible, clear our blocks and do the uplevelling necessary.
Once upon a time, just like most people, I used to think that It would take a long long time to cut down to the chase and really understand or gain clarity on what my business needed to succeed. For me to really work out things like...