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:
Peak productivity is what every entrepreneur strives for. In fact most invest more time and energy in mastering this aspect of their business than anything else.
Joining the 5am club, using fancy schedulers, timing daily tasks, planning social media posts and hiring a VA are just some of the ways we are told to access maximum results in minimum time.
So why then do so many entrepreneurs still feel like they're failing?
One minute you feel you've found some fierce momentum and are making massive strides in your business and the next you're staring at a blank screen and wondering who turned off your creativity tap.
But what if you were never supposed to be firing on all cylinders 24/7 and instead were actually designed to operate from an ancient, primal and nature-induced monthly rhythm of implementation and integration.
What if you could map out your month to determine exactly when you were going to be operating at peak productivity (think launches, getting super visible and...
Most of us are familiar with the famous Tony Robbins quote "if you do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always got" but what does this really mean when applied to your business and what's the true cost of playing things safe?
You'd be forgiven for believing that each niche within the wellness space has its own unique way of doing things. Most body workers charge a similar rate and offer similar services. Most coaches package their services in a similar way and market themselves on social media using similar messaging. And on and on.
In fact its due to all the above that many of us (including me) find social media rather uninspiring at times - but is there another way?
Myself and this weeks podcast guests, Teddi Emerald, had one huge personality trait in common - REBELLION.
Now this got me into a lot of trouble as a teenager and shamed me in my early twenties until I found the absolute perfect arena for it - *drum roll please* BUSINESS.
Embracing your inner...
As wellness entrepreneurs we are not afraid of the woo. In fact, I'd go so far as to say it's often intuition, trust in life and the quest to fulfil our purpose that initially drives our entrepreneurial journey.
We have certainty been known to create a vision board for our next launch, pull an oracle card for guidance on our next steps and to journal out all our worries and concerns.
But how much can these practices truly influence the success of your business?
Are they in fact just the the wellness entrepreneurs comfort blanket?
Today's podcast guest, Chelsea Etienne (founder of Sakti Healing), doesn't think so. She believes the the sacred feminine essence from which all of these practices arise is an essential component to the growth of not only our lives but also our businesses.
In this episode we explore:
- The difference between intuition and insecurity and how to know which ones is running the show in your business
- Why personal trauma exists in so many wellness...
Is purpose alone enough to create a successful global brand?
Is it really possible to hit your income and impacts goals without a fierce and robust business strategy?
In today's podcast episode I interview Satya Scianetti, founder of Satya jewellery, who created a multi million dollar business from an idea she received during a yoga and meditation retreat in the Bahamas.
Starting her career as a social worker, Satya never imagined she would begin a sacred jewellery brand at the age of 40 (alongside bringing twins into the world) that would go on to contribute millions to various global foundations that support children with varying additional needs.
In this episode we explore the role spirituality plays in business success, including:
Picture this, you are lying on the beach with a cocktail in hand, looking out at the sunset as your phone lights up with hundreds of payment notifications. You are officially living the dream.
The term ‘passive income’ has likely been brought to your attention with the allure of the above and possibly delivered by a rather irritating YouTube advert.
Question is, does true passive income really exist and if so, how can you make the most of it in your wellness business.
The problem with selling the ‘passive income’ dream is that it suggests little or absolutely no work from you and unfortunately this, I believe, is indeed a dream.
BUT - there are many ways you can leverage your greatest asset (that’s you btw) in your wellness business to scale your impact and income whilst working smarter and most certainly not harder.
In fact, having multiple leveraged income streams in my business has allowed me to serve thousands of clients whilst maintaining the one...
What if you could remove the worry that you might fail?
I mean if I was to give you a 100% guarantee that you COULD NOT FAIL in your wellness business journey - what different actions, thoughts and decisions would you be taking right now?
Now you know me, I'm not here to sugarcoat the harsh truth that not only do most MOST wellness businesses fail, but most businesses in general fail within the first five years.
So "why bother" I hear you ask!
Because my friend you are not most people and your business is not like most businesses either.
The very fact that you are here, reading this, means you are not like the many. You are committed to learning exactly what it takes to confidently build a profitable and sustainable wellness business that impacts the world and those who inhabit it.
Plus, lucky for you, over the years I've observed the four greatest failure points of the wellness entrepreneur and have packaged them up in a handy and super insightful podcast episode that you can...
What if you could make 7-figures simply from email alone?
Imagine this - zero hours spent on social media content, blog writing, podcast hosting, YouTube creating, live streaming ...
Just simple, straightforward email marketing.
Sounds too good to be true, right, and goes against EVERYTHING we've been told about creating a successful business.
Now look, I would have been sceptical too until I started following the journey of this week's podcast guest, Tarzan Kay.
Tarzan's business superpower is creating fun-to-read, more-addictive-than-Game-of-Thrones email copy that converts like a dream, and her approach is radical, rule-breaking and implemented alongside a powerful wellness toolkit.
In this episode we explore new realms of email marketing, including:
Self-love is something we work on outside of our business, right?
As wellness practitioners we teach it every single day to our clients and know how important it is to keep us feeling topped up, but can radical self-love really have any tangible results in our business?
What if I told you your commitment to your own self-love is influencing:
Self-love doesn't feel so fluffy and cute now, does it?
In today's Wellness Entrepreneur Podcast episode I interview the self-love queen herself, Sabi Kerr, who takes us on a journey of discovering the true potency and power of leading with self-love in business.
Ready to walk your talk and finally master this one practice that will see the success of your business...
Do you ever have those moments when you feel like everyone around you seems to have this whole life thing totally figured out ...
... but there you are struggling just to stay afloat?
Perhaps your relationship is on the rocks, your business isn't bringing in enough revenue or you're just wondering "is this really all there is?"
Well, they say there is no breakthrough without a breakdown and this certainly rings true for today's podcast guest, Julia Panchkowry.
After a devastating heart-break and an unwavering desire to search for more, Julia set on a journey to Thailand to become a teacher, that would end up becoming the beginning of an incredible business journey.
Fast forward three years and Julia is now the founder and CEO of The Banana Warrior - a space for plant based desserts and body acceptance.
Julia shares some powerful reflections on her business journey and many actionable steps to live fully into your passion and purpose including:
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!