Many of my clients come to me wanting to make a living from doing what they love. It was my dream too (these days it’s my reality) and it’s a beautiful dream. I wish more people would listen to their hearts when choosing a profession. I wish more women would take the leap and
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To make a dream happen, you need a plan. If you fail to plan, you plan to fail, some wise person said. But you don’t just need any plan, you need a plan that works. One that you’ll be able to stick with all the way to the goal line. A more common scenario is
[transcript of video] If we want to grow our work, we need to consciously cultivate our failure tolerance. We need to be patient with what this process is really like; the truth of it, not hang on to some idealized version of growth and success. How much discomfort can you stand? How well do
As I was going through some numbers in my business recently, I realised that my darling online course, The Creative Doer, has crossed the 100K mark in revenue. It’s definitely no quick win story, I did the very first launch back in 2015, but it still kind of blew my mind. Wow, my little course
In the summer of 2020, I did a really successful launch of my online course The Creative Doer. It wasn’t planned, I cobbled it together at lightning speed because I’d found my dream house and I needed to raise money for it. I needed an extra $15 000 and I had five days to
Art by @stuffgracemade I want to talk to my white people about change-making. Specifically, I want to talk to my intensely creative, highly sensitive, empathic, spiritual white people, about change-making. I know this world can be a brutal place. I know you’ve learned to narrow your focus in order to survive, you’ve had to deliberately
Last year, I decided that 2020 was going to be about building on what I already have, focusing on creating sustainability for me as an entrepreneur. (More about that here) My retreats, I figured, fit into that description. I’ve done it before, It’s a tried and tested concept, and people keep asking for them.
Returning to the fray 2018 was a slow year, workwise. I was only doing the bare minimum to keep the business going and otherwise focusing on recovering from the big burnout of 2017. It was wobbly and sometimes stressful and as I approached 2019, I spent a lot of time wondering if I even
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