Facebook lives are key to driving engagement in your business. It is essential to connect with your audience so they can really get to know you and your energy, especially if your business is primarily online.
You can absolutely build your business with written posts alone, and I encourage you to tune into your energy to do what feels best, but going live does wonders for securing confidence and authority in your niche.
Remember that each platform is different, and your lives will be different on each one. …
People spend years of their lives in therapy. Decades. For the same old cycles. I cannot express firmly enough how critical it is for you to heal spiritually and energetically.
No matter how hard they try or how good they are, anything external to you will be a temporary fix.
Focusing on the spiritual and energetics gets you 1) deeper and 2) long-lasting change 3) in 1/8 of the time (and that’s an underestimation).
I have seen people I’ve known for decades struggling with anxiety, depression, bipolar symptoms, OCD, eating disorders, agoraphobia, panic attacks, and PTSD that not just heal…
Hustle culture has become a mainstream topic. It’s one of the biggest complaints I hear from entrepreneurs. Social media has become prevalent with entrepreneurs trying to make their way to the top. While I honor effort and hard work immensely, I often see people running into the same paradigm they were trying to leave — overwhelmed, stressed out, and working 24/7.
While I was running my two different businesses, my own private therapy practice and my spiritual coaching business, I often felt the same way, like I was a one-woman show. …
How can we generate momentum within our daily lives? And maintain it for extended periods of time?
It feels like we can only tap into our momentum for a couple of minutes, maybe a few hours tops, before we start to fizzle out a bit. The truth is we always have momentum inside of us.
Momentum is energetic and builds exponentially as we open ourselves and allow it in. Sometimes we restrict it because we are afraid it will run away from us, leaving us “too much” or “out of control.” …
Are you living life in a pressure cooker?
A pressure cooker works by trapping steam in a sealed chamber, cooking food through built-up steam and pressure. Although the steam is hot and would burn someone who enters its path, it also provides a service by preparing our tasty food.
In life, we find ourselves in pressure-filled situations, whether it be a dysfunctional family, an abusive relationship, or any situation where we struggle to release “steam.”
There are a couple of points to consider here:
This is one of the most common complaints I have heard as a therapist of almost 20 years.
There are 3 things you need to consider when thinking about why you may not feel heard:
This desire comes from a core need to feel validated or a sense of belonging. When you ignore this need and don’t validate yourself, your brain scans for an outside resource to do this for you. You become dependent and desperate for validation from other people, thus giving away your unique power. …
I used to say I was just an anxious person and always would be. “It’s just part of my DNA. It’s just who I am.” This statement was made from a place of limited awareness. I did not yet know what opportunity was available to shift this once and for all.
I was in therapy on and off my whole life, read a bunch of self-help books, educated myself on the outside-of-the-box options, tried medication, and was still managing my anxiety on a day-to-day basis.
Enter The Akashic Records. I started with The Akashic Records for physical healing (when recovering…
“You want to write a guest blog for me about the challenges of becoming a bold, fierce, independent, confident woman?”
When I received that text from my therapist, I was grateful. The gears in my head had already been turning since the written word has always been my most cherished coping mechanism. The year leading up to it was filled with more personal development than I was sometimes ready for, all culminating in a month and a half of full-on crisis mode. …
Since I was 12 years old, I’ve dreamed of becoming a therapist and having my own practice.
And I did it! With flying colors!
My job has always been a huge source of pride, and was never really a job to me: It was a mission. However, it came at the detriment of my own energy. I wasn’t good at choosing myself over clients’ needs because I saw getting them out of dire straits to be much more important than me taking a damn bath or meditating.
How selfish would I have been to pamper myself while someone else was…
1. Set the number of clients per day based on what feels best vs filling as much as you can.
✨Your energy will be depleted before you can even see it happening.
This arises from a scarcity mindset because you think you won’t have enough success with fewer clients.
2. Set your breaks for a minimum of 30 minutes between each client: 15m to wrap up administrative tasks for the client and 15m to do whatever you need to replenish/nourish.
⏳Set a timer so you don’t get sucked into admin work for the 15m of you time. …