Have you ever thought about how focussing on your own wellness could impact the growth of your business? Do you stop to consider what wellness really means to you and how you can integrate it into your daily life?
Well, in the first episode of this special festival edition of The Wellness Entrepreneur Podcast I speak with Sally Garozzo about just that and we explore how focussing on her own wellness has helped her business to grow. Sally helps us to understand how working on our own stories and blocks can change the game, especially during menopause which is Sally’s specialist area.
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Welcome to the trailer for the Wellness Revolution Season. In this trailer I am so excited to have a co-host, Sarah Taylor who is my co-founder of the Wellness Revolution Festival. We can't wait to interview the workshop facilitators for the Wellness Revolution Festival so that you can hear what we have in store for you.
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Could you re write the stories you hold about yourself?
What if there was a way to create a safe space to step out from the stories that are so enmeshed within us?
Journalling is a word that is talked about a lot and sometimes it can lose its meaning. Jo Bell is powerfully supporting people to understand the true value of journalling in creating safe spaces to explore out deepest thoughts.
Jo has found a method that enables people to give themselves space for self exploration in a way that feels safe and gives results. She is able to hold this space so well because she has been on this path herself, seeing her thoughts that were from a deep place and being confronted with the reality of the cruel nature of her own words about herself. Her development from this to explore journalling in a different way led her to where she is today.
So, in this episode of The Wellness Entrepreneur Podcast, I speak with Jo about her journey through depression to support others to find a safe...
Could you walk away from a career you had dreamt about since you were fourteen?
What if you spent years studying and pushing yourself with that one goal in mind, and then noticed that your entire body was telling you to stop?
Many in this industry have found their true calling in wellness after experimenting with other paths, but Isla McLachlan chose to leave her career in law just as she was starting out.
After forcing herself to work past her limits for years, she finally realised that she couldn’t thrive in an environment that didn’t support her mental health.
But the path from barrister to wellness coach wasn’t easy.
Isla battled her own doubts and her family’s concern. Then, within a short period of starting her business, she was diagnosed with PTSD.
So, in this episode of The Wellness Entrepreneur Podcast, I speak with Isla about her journey since giving up the certainty of a career in law to help others find a safe and comfortable space to explore...
Do you have an idea so big that you’re afraid to think you can ever make it happen?
You know it will push you outside your comfort zone and force you into spaces and situations you’re completely unfamiliar with.
You’re afraid you’ll drown and sink the whole project with you.
Yet in the last few months that’s exactly what I’ve done to myself.
I have faced down every fear and hesitation I had about launching my own retreat style festival, about collaborating with a co-founder with their own vision, about learning a whole new set of skills to make it all happen.
So, in this episode of The Wellness Entrepreneur Podcast, let me tell you how it all began.
How my initial idea for a festival for wellness entrepreneurs blended with my colleague’s vision of making this industry a warm and inclusive space for the LGBTQ community and became the incredible festival we just co-launched.
Listen to the full episode where I recount:
- the fears...
When relationships leave us traumatised, we often find ourselves repeating a self destructive pattern of behaviour.
It can take a long time to break out of that cycle.
But if you’ve lived through a lifetime of toxic relationships, how do you even begin to heal yourself?
According to Natalie Russel, the path to recovery from traumatic relationships begins when you choose to focus on your own transformation.
In this episode of The Wellness Entrepreneur Podcast, I speak to Natalie - a self esteem and relationship recovery coach - about the choices that slowly start a healing journey, and how to approach your trauma with compassion and acceptance.
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- how Natalie chose the pain of change rather than the pain of staying stuck
- how the world is waking up to...
Many in the wellness industry found their calling after a transcendental session with a therapist or counsellor.
Something they had struggled with for years was suddenly given a name and a form.
We’ve all heard the anecdotes, and a lot of us have lived through this. Knowing ourselves better gave us the tools to fight and build a better life for ourselves.
Yet, outside the wellness circle, mental health is rarely given the importance it deserves.
This is why I decided to invite someone who is intimately familiar with the world of therapy and is deeply invested in helping promote popular awareness of mental health issues online.
In today’s episode of The Wellness Entrepreneur Podcast, I’m speaking to psychotherapist, Rebecca Hays about her personal and professional journey into counselling, and why we should strive to normalise mental health conversations in every household.
Interestingly, a robin played a decisive role in helping Rebecca choose her...
Let’s talk about how some social media accounts seem to attract followers and engagement with ease even though their content strategy doesn’t seem to be anything special.
Maybe a lot of what they post is very similar to your own content.
But something is attracting the audience and clients to them and not to you.
What is it and how can you make it work for your business?
Here’s a big hint before we dive in - these businesses have mastered something else before they worked on their content strategy.
Ready to find out what it is?
Today’s episode on The Wellness Entrepreneur Podcast is going to focus on how businesses attract the right audience by using the magic of brand magnetism.
To make your brand magnetic to your clients, there are six major elements in your business that you need to focus on.
Listen to the full episode to find out what they are, but here are some crucial points I cover today:
- Develop a mindset that sees every challenge as an...
How often have you pushed back a holiday or short break because you were afraid to disappoint your clients?
I remember how crushed I used to feel when a client would react badly to my taking some time off.
This was years ago, before I reduced my one-to-one clients to a select handful.
Yet, that feeling of dread every time I needed a break is still fresh in my mind.
So, when a team member needed to push back a masterclass inside my membership last week, I knew exactly what she was experiencing.
And a small part of me felt that fear too.
But the members of The Collective proved once again how incredibly valuable finding the right community for your business is.
They were immensely supportive, but what was even better, they were encouraged to see that my team could take a break when they really needed it.
In this episode of The Wellness Entrepreneur Podcast, I want to talk about the importance of being your honest, human self instead of an unhealthy ideal. Your clients want to work...
The traditional wellness industry business model is broken.
No matter which modality you’ve trained in, once you step out into the world and set up shop, you’ll soon have the realisation I did.
There’s something glaringly wrong with how you’ve been told to do business in this industry.
It’s likely your training never really covered any skills in business - you were probably vaguely told to start attracting clients and begin working with them one-to-one.
That when you’re fully booked with a long waitlist, you’ll know that you’ve succeeded.
But is that really true?
I found myself in that coveted position early on in my career. But instead of being happy, I was exhausted. My every available hour was taken up by direct client work.
I couldn’t even dream of scaling my business. How could I, when there was just one of me and time was limited?
And then I figured out what the problem was.
I had bought into our...
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