For those of us who are highly sensitive, deeply aware, empathic souls, it’s easy to feel it all and so I’d like to take just a few moments and share a few thoughts to create more peace and calm in the midst of big world events right now (US primary elections, coronavirus, etc).
I invite us all collectively into deepening our inner peace and calm as well as invite you to some group meditations I’ll be hosting for free this week to collectively get our energy into a state of love, healing, and peace.
The grief I’m talking about today is the grief of what could be, what “should have been,” and grief of a dream that didn’t happen.
In this article, I share some thoughts about collective grief, body grief, business grief, along with some simple tools to handle it all and keep creating what’s possible.
Things mentioned: diet culture, white supremacy, and the US election so you may be challenged to stretch your beliefs a little bit, too.
Recently, I’ve been having conversations with freaking brilliant people where they are saying things like, “if it hasn’t happened by now, what if it doesn’t happen?”
These moments of truth can also be big traps of self-judgment. Here are six things I’ve learned when this shows up for me.
A lot of SOULpreneurs avoid or judge selling but what if you could embrace it? In this article, I share some bold truth along with four steps to let go of your hangups about selling and really start serving.
An attorney will invest at least $150,000 for their law degree. A hair stylist may invest around $3,000 for their license.
Which person offers more value? Which one is “worth” their hourly rate?
So how much is that person worth? One hour of sitting in a salon chair? Or getting those knots worked out of your neck? Or getting your gorgeous logo designed? Or your accountant who files your taxes.
In this blog, I examine the worst advice I ever got: “Charge what you’re worth.”