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What does boudoir photography, body acceptance and tapping into your personal pleasure have to do with becoming a wildly successful entrepreneur.
Surely a disconnection from your physical form and not being able to fully embrace the skin you are in is something we work on separately from our business growth, right?
In this weeks Wellness Entrepreneur Podcast episode we speak with Natalia Doulger, boudoir photographer and self-love coach, on why our success in business correlates directly with the relationship we have with our bodies and how it could be the missing link in our desire for success. In this episode we explore:
My life has never quite been the same since autism entered our reality.
It plunged our family into deep grief, massive confusion and fear about the future - that was almost two years ago now and this steep learning curve has taught us so much.
There've been days when I’ve questioned if running a rapidly growing business is the right thing to do (the mum guilt has been intense).
There's also been days that I'm not sure I would have gotten through if it wasn’t for having my business - the one thing that fulfils my purpose and gives me something that is just mine.
In this week's Wellness Entrepreneur Podcast episode I share my story of our Sohl and the reality of caring for a child with autism whilst being a fiercely ambitious entrepreneur. I reveal:
The wellness space and your place as a wellness entrepreneur has never been so important.
2020 not only saw a global health crisis but a mental and emotional one too - demonstrating vividly how important it is to get the tools of the wellness world into the hands and homes of every single person on the planet.
With these changes has come a total 360 overhaul of how business operates and how wellness practices are delivered and I believe this is just the beginning.
In today's Wellness Entrepreneur Podcast episode I share my 2021 wellness business predictions that are set to drive the trajectory of growth in this industry which includes
-How the perception of wellness has changed in society and what that means for consumer behaviour
-Why niching and finding your specialism is more important than ever
-How purchasing decisions have changed and what clients are really looking for before they decide to invest in your work
-How to maximise on the virtual wellness trend whilst...
When we look back on 2020 in years to come, what thoughts and feelings will spring to mind? Perhaps how challenging it was, how isolating it felt and maybe how pivotal it was for the future of our wellness businesses.
For me its been a combination of some of the hardest times of my life alongside some of the most life-changing but one thing I know for sure is that both myself and my business will never be quite the same again.
As this episode drops on Christmas Eve 2020, I am drawn to reflect on the greatest lessons i've learnt from this rollercoaster of a year. In this episode I share some vulnerable truths, some huge business and life revelations and how I've grown my business beyond what I ever though possible in January of this year.
So however 2020 has been for you both personally and professionally, I invite you to join me in reflecting on the lessons we've learnt collectively and individually, and to enquire into how these lessons will shape our emergence into...
When you first start out in businesses it can be hard to catch a break.
You don’t yet have the follower numbers, the best-selling books, the friends with a massive audience or anything else to leverage to get more eyes on your work.
Now if you’re reading this then I already know you’re working hard towards achieving all of the above but should we really be measuring the quality and transformative nature of everyone's work purely by the numbers and accolades?
Having worked with hundreds of clients in the first few years of business I know without doubt that among them has been some of the most talented, committed, inspiring and life-altering practitioners I have ever met.
This is why on this week's podcast episode I am interviewing our Wellness Entrepreneur Collective ‘Member Of The Month’, Heather Sharples.
Heather shares her story of pivoting through many iterations in her wellness business as she goes through her own personal growth journey of...
We've all seen it - the promise of the 'simple five steps to six figures' sales tactic and I think it's safe to say that most of us are pretty unimpressed by it now. We understand that creating a profitable and sustainable business takes time, commitment and a desire to create real change in the world.
However, this doesn't mean that for many wellness entrepreneurs the allure of hitting the six figure mark isn't still an exciting and important aspiration. After all, the increased impact that comes with hitting six-figures often matches the vision and mission for change that first motivates entrepreneurs to get started.
This week's podcast guest, Dr Stephanie Burgos, shares her story of realising the six-figure dream after transitioning from being a full time ER doctor to starting a wellness business to complement her practice and how she fell hook, line and sinker into the six figure trap. We explore:
Marketing is a huge sticking point for many wellness entrepreneurs. Wondering which social media platform to master, what content to create and how to stand out from the crowd are just some of the wellness entrepreneurs greatest challenges when it comes to marketing their business.
While we may like to believe we can utilise our magical manifestation skills on their own to attract a steady stream of dream boat clients the truth is, aligned strategy and practical action is required if we truly desire to get our work out into the world.
In this week's podcast episode our guest Shika shares her story of leaving her highly successful media career to embark on a deeper mission of building a wellness business. In this episode Shika explains how she has implemented the practical application of her media career to grow a thriving and fiercely aligned audience and shares many further insights including:
As entrepreneurs we often look outside of ourselves for the strategies and formulas to success, but what if the answers and ideas we needed were actually stored within us the whole time?
For years I've been fascinated by the dream scape and how our sleep state effects our waking state and vice versa. The curiosity I have about how we fall asleep, what happens when we sleep and what we do with that knowledge once we wake up comes from the hope that we may actually be able to increase our productivity, release our areas of resistance and ultimately accelerate our personal and business growth once our conscious mind takes a break.
That's why todays guest on the podcast is dream interpreter, Angela Grillo. In this episode we look practically at how we can interpret what plays out on our internal movie screen while we sleep and how we can take action on this in our waking life. We also explore:
Have you ever wondered how to utilise the magic of manifestation for your business growth? For those of us in the wellness space manifestation, law of attraction and universal guidance is part of our regular vocabulary but are we really making the most of it?
Today's podcast guest Roxie Nafousi attributes navigating her own mental health journey, building a hugely successful wellness business and supporting hundreds of women to do the same to always implementing her tools of manifestation before anything else.
Roxie is an emotional health advisor, writer for publications such as British Vogue and Marie Claire and a manifestation expert. In this episode we explore:
CBD has taken the world by storm in the last few years with many claiming it’s the answer to supporting an array of physical, emotional and mental health concerns.
As a result, we are seeing more and more wellness practitioners using the power of CBD to support their clients and themselves - especially during these unprecedented times.
And whilst there seems to be much positive media surrounding this Cannabis derived oil, there is still some uncertainty from consumers when it comes to sourcing the right quality and potency.
So how do you go from using CBD as a personal tool for healing to deciding to formulate, create, manufacturer and launch a global CBD brand in just 8 months?
This week's podcast guest Camilla Hansson, went from becoming Miss Sweden to becoming the founder of the global CBD brand Camilla Organics after a quest to find a solution to her chronic menstrual pains led her to discover the power of CBD for women's health. In this episode we explore:
Say goodbye to the constant confusion and endless overwhelm and hello to everything you need to grow a meaningful and abundant community of raving super fans who are hella excited to work with you!