Julia came to me to clear any internal blocks to creating a thriving coaching business. She wanted her business to be well organized, in flow, and fun to run. And she wanted to have a well established VA support her with the day-to-day tasks, while a financial manager made sure everything was accounted for and invested well. Outside of her business, Julia wanted to maintain her daily meditation practice—increase it even—so she could support her spiritual and personal growth. She also wanted to spend more time with her family.
Before we could tackle Julia’s business plan, she needed to shift and release some limiting beliefs. One of those beliefs was that making lots of money was something that she’d not be able to handle and that luxury comes at a price. She was ready to release and rewrite this, and that’s exactly what we did.
Once Julia realized that she was capable of making consistent income and doing it without being burnt out or without sacrificing her family time, her business took off. And it’s this concept that helped shape the direction of her business, which includes luxury self-care days!
You said, “You don’t need to paddle frantically. Just allow the river to carry you.” The insight I got was, EVERYTHING.
The way I dry my hair… don’t try to “make” my hair dry, allow the hot air to dry my hair.
Walking… don’t “go there,” allow my feet to carry me and allow the scenery in.
Working… don’t push through it, allow the tasks to flow through me. Receive the productivity. How’s that for counter-intuitive?
From there, Julia expanded her offerings and now coaches others on how to make self-care an integral part of their lives. She’s created online courses, retreats, workshops, and individual VIP coaching packages around the importance of self-care. When we ended our work together Julia was in a new, powerful place of empowerment. Having mastered the scattered voices in her head, she was newly confident that she would always know which way to go.