When we’re growing our businesses or expanding our offerings in business, we should take time to get clear about marketing. How do we get rooted in who we are, what were selling, and who our ideal client is? This can get even trickier when we’re growing into a new space where what we’re offering pushes the edges of convention. How do you claim and communicate your legitimacy? Let’s explore… Have your own burning question? Ask me here
We all feel resistance, right? How do we discern when our resistance is our gut screaming no or if this is something we simply must overcome and champion on with? This question is close to me right now since I just investigated every corner of my being with my decision to cancel my retreat. This something you’d like some insight around? Check it…. Got your own burning question? Ask me here.
Being an entrepreneur certainly comes naturally to some people. But what if you’re not sure you’re cut out for entrepreneurship? This episode of Dear Chela digs into the question – is this for me? Have a question of your own? What’s churning? Go ahead…ask me.
What do you do when toxic relationships keep knocking you off your path? In this episode of Dear Chela, we’ll talk about perceptions, boundaries, and why stopping contact isn’t just a simple answer. Have a question of your own? What’s churning? Go ahead…ask me.
How do we feel and deal with anxiety? How can we begin to break down the seduction of thought? In this episode of Dear Chela, we’ll look at how to kick the worry habit. Have a question of your own? What’s churning? Go ahead…ask me.
How do you start to sort through the sea of coaches? Let’s talk about coaching: categories, methods and credentials. In this episode of Dear Chela, we’ll riff on how to choose the right coach. Have a question of your own? What’s churning? Go ahead…ask me.
Do you ever find yourself looking out into your future and paying attention to what you don’t have yet? Maybe it’s what you don’t have in terms of stuff or status or maybe it’s what you don’t have within you that you feel you need. When approaching our lives and working from this place, it can be an exhausting uphill climb. Over the course of this practice series, we’ve been looking at different ways to lighten and examine our relationship to effort and the ways we needlessly work harder than required. From putting too much physical effort, to depleting ourselves,
Make to-do list. Feel stressed and overwhelmed by to-do list. Do things on to-do list. Don’t finish to-do list because to-do list was horrendously unrealistic. Bump remaining items to tomorrow’s unrealistic to-do list. This you? I’m designing practices around this like someone who’s got this figured out, but this is totally me. Let’s try something else shall we? So far in our practice series, we’ve loosened our grip, calibrated our energy and incubated. Now let’s look at approaching the work before us in this week’s maybe I don’t need to work so hard. Practice: At the beginning of your day,
Wouldn’t it be great if you could be totally productive and creatively expressed without stressing yourself out and cranking? I swear to you, it’s possible. I blame our externally obsessed culture for- well for most things actually- but definitely for the collective distrust around incubation and allowing things to come together in their own mysterious ways and timeframes. I don’t like working hard. It makes me bitchy. I like working deep. I like working smart. I like working with fullness and joy and complexity and freedom. I can even deal with overwhelm. But hard? So over it. But waking up
Hi Lovely, Do you ever find yourself in striving mode? You know those times when you’re actually digging for energy, pushing through something or crank-crank-cranking? How much does that totally suck? Lots right? I feel ya. I found myself engaging with some hilariously ironic cranking recently when working with Chantal Russell on our upcoming retreat in Costa Rica (early bird pricing ends this month, so like, get in here.) It was ironic because the whole retreat is built around sufficiency, around experiencing and opening to what’s readily accessible within us and moving, expressing and working from this place. No cranking