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We don't play small in this arena. It’s time to work.
By Jenn Baron.
Two emotions tend to eat away at us like rust on a car.
Guilt and Shame.
They’re often used interchangeably in thought and conversation but have very different definitions and outcomes.
Guilt is, ‘I did something wrong.’
Shame is, ‘I am wrong as a person...
By Ambila Nath.
A few months ago, someone told me, 'Ambila, you are trying to make things happen -when you need to Just Allow'.
I understood precisely what was being said, but I've studied energies for over a decade. You may be reading this and wondering what on earth does 'Just Allowing' mean?
By Janine Wirth.
I want to address something today that several of you seem to be wrestling with lately - this feeling of being "stuck".
I see this phrase thrown around almost daily, especially online, where women ask strangers on internet forums or Facebook groups for advice to help them get...
By Tricia Scott.
As we move towards the end of 2021 and start heading toward the time of resolutions, goals and new desires, what if this time, instead of setting rules, we simply remind ourselves of a few gentle truths? If the pressure of the upcoming season has you ready to disappear under the...
By Ilana Jankowitz.
If you've ever read my story on my website, you'll know that I grew up around a lot of scarcity.
My scarcity beliefs came with some deep routed traumas, and, growing up, my fear around money felt very real. My childhood experience of spending came with extremes that swung...
By Nichola English.
I first came across this method years ago during my self-love reflection journey. I found it to be an effective empowering technique that I then added to my client’s self-discovery toolbox. I’m sure you’ve all read or discovered Louise Hay, with books such as...
By Riley Ann Judson.
Though society has taken many steps to move away from outdated patriarchal expectations, there still remains a gender gap in business. According to a report on Prowess, though 163 million women are running new businesses, many still have lower perceptions of their...
By Dino Tartaglia.
Your Personal 'Star Chart'
In the year of my birth, Robert McNamara became the US Secretary of Defense, and he remained in the post for several years until 1968.
McNamara was obsessed with the idea of making decisions based ONLY on quantitative analysis, purely...
By Ambila Nath.
Tuesday 21st December is historically known as the ‘Winter Solstice’. It’s seen as a magical time by many communities and cultures and is also known by other names—Yule, Midwinter, The Longest Night. This day marks the depth of winter and has the...
By Jake Adam Davey.
Ah, the "C" word.
Over the past five years, I've had the pleasure of teaching business owners and entrepreneurs how to leverage Instagram to grow their audience and business in turn. Still, the major challenge that most people are faced with is the "C" word.
By Natasha Lee.
Meet Mary Daniels, CEO and Founder of ChokeHer Skins. After being diagnosed with lung disease Lupus, in 2015, which led to early retirement, this optimistic entrepreneur began her journey by creating her own company. Based on her health battles, Mary had a vision of promoting the...
By Teresa Peters.
Let go of who you think you’re supposed to be, have the courage to challenge your limiting beliefs, align your values and embrace who you really are with our Business accelerator Teresa Peters
One of my most significant peak moments in time is running through the...
By Janine Wirth.
I decided to follow my heart and quit my office job earlier this year to start my own business.
It started quite well, and even though I didn't make a profit in the first three months, I felt good as I did have some savings to cover my expenses.
By Hayley McDonnell.
In the Western hemisphere, a sparkling interlude in the dark, cold month of December is St. Lucia's Day.
St. Lucia's Day is acknowledged by an abundance of festivity and lights and celebrated in Sweden, Norway, and the Swedish-speaking areas of Finland on December...
By Claire Winter.
Before the new year begins, many people will create their resolutions hoping that they will have achieved them by this time next year. Unfortunately, many new year’s resolutions can fizzle out. The same thing can happen to yearly content plans, especially if they feel more...
By Claire Whittaker.
As the holiday season approaches, many of us look forward to slowing down. Especially after last year, this December is a time for seeing family and friends and drinking mulled wine or cider! Anything mulled, I’m all in!
However, it can be hard to step back for the...