Are you ready to ignite passion, purpose, and meaning into your work and life? Shine a light on your gifts and talents and tune into the part of your work you love most!
Kami and I talk about how to bring their fire to your life and help you tune into what your heart wants you to know! Afte leaving a corporate marketing background, Kami took the leap to start her own business and specializes in helping rekindle what really lights them up in their life so they can launch a business that makes their heart sing.
A few years ago, Michele and I had a conversation about “women who create too much.” It was the first time I was introduced to the Scanner energy and wow, could I relate!
It opened up a whole new world for me about how we stifle our creations by trying to focus, because our ability to “focus” somehow translates to how successful we will be.
If you have had a pattern of having your hand in many pots at once, or starting something but not finishing it. Or even not sure which ONE thing you should decide on for your life, then you will want to listen to this podcast.
Can you build a successful business if you don’t know your purpose?
One of my favorite moments in this interview with Carolyn is when she said she was like the little bird running up to everyone she saw “Are you my mommy?” as a way to “find” her purpose.
After Carolyn left the franchise world where she established herself as a top expert in the field, she stepped into a $100,000 coaching package with someone to help her find her purpose and turn it into a 7-figure business. When that didn’t pan out the way she had hoped, she learned some things about what it really takes to create a business model that nurtures your life and creates a consistent profit.
In this first official debut episode of Business Alchemy was on International Women’s Day. Ironic? No. Perfect? Yes.
Are you a feminist? And does that “belong” in business?
Someone recently asked me if I work with “newbies.” She assumed that I didn’t.
I work with some newbies, but it’s deeper than that.
I’m not the person who works with people with a Plan B. I’m the person who works with people who are dedicated to building a business.
Plan B isn’t so bad. It’s usually the responsible path. The path of least resistance (at first glance anyway.)
It’s usually the path that we hope will make everyone happy, including ourselves.