A game-changing skill that creates transformation for your clients

I’m very excited to share this week’s article with you.

But before we get there: I am THRILLED about the response we’ve had to the Overcome the Fear Barrier Skills Guide.

As I’ve watched this community grow & grow over the years, it makes me proud to know that I am standing side by side with so many leaders that care so deeply about QUALITY DELIVERY, that care so deeply about the results you co-create with your clients, that care so deeply about making READ MORE

Quickie Coaching Tip for Helping Clients with Self-Sabotage

Here is a Universal Truth that is important to know:

When you (or your clients) start stepping into a new goal, a new vision, a new belief or a new way of being, your ego will always, in one way or another, pretty immediately ask – “But HOW? HOW will I reach that goal? HOW will I let go of that pattern? HOW will I make it all happen?”

This is just your ego’s way of distracting you (read: sabotaging you), by demanding that you know HOW. READ MORE

The most important thing you can do to grow your business

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There is a deep, dark secret that massively impacts pretty much everyone in the coaching, self-development and teaching industries:

It’s the fear that you’re not delivering true transformational results for your clients.

It’s the knowing that you could be co-creating much better outcomes with your clients.

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25 Rituals from my heart to yours

25_rituals_fb_fire_blog_postImagine how different your life would be if you didn’t have to use willpower or push to make things happen.

What if instead of having to force things, they gracefully happened for you – in a very feminine and almost magical way.

That’s the power of ritual.

With ritual, you put magic into motion. Things happen more easily.
With ritual, life and business become more profound and aligned.

That’s why I’ve invited 27 other experts that I admire deeply to bring you 25 Rituals for Sacred Living and Business.

(Almost all my best ideas come through in the shower, and this one was no exception. The confirmation is that the content my colleagues submitted for this book ABSOLUTELY blew me away. The rituals brought me to tears. I am so excited to share this with you!)

>> Download Your 25 Rituals Here << 
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What’s the Sister Wound, and how does it show up in your biz?

uncoolIn grade school, there was a group of girls I called the "Clique" – they always seemed to be laughing, in the "know", have the best clothes, and generally gave off the feeling that not only were they cooler than everyone else, but that their circle was utterly impenetrable.

No outsiders allowed. And all outsiders were definitely not good enough.

Being the sensitive kid that I was, this affected me deeply. I didn’t actually know if I liked the girls in the Clique (because I didn’t really know them), but at the same time I really wanted to be part of it.

I longed to belong, to be seen, liked and appreciated by girls that were seemingly "better" than me. And not being part of it felt like a massive rejection and judgment on my "enough-ness".
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How I struggled when I first started my business

Joanna There was a time, not too, too long ago, when I wasn’t moving forward at ALL in my business. I remember waking up the first “official” day of my business 11 years ago, and didn’t know what to do with myself or where to start.

I had taken the risk. I had taken the leap. I had left the job with full-time benefits and health insurance to pursue my dream.

And yet I couldn’t move.

I didn’t know what to do, and I was too scared to even begin to figure it out. A ton of fears came rushing in: I wasn’t going to make any money. I wasn’t going to be successful. I was going to be inauthentic if I had to market. I was going to be a total flop.

With all of those fears running the show, I basically made myself really busy just to ease my state of fear and panic and give myself the illusion that I was moving forward. I told myself that if I was “busy”, then it meant I wasn’t lazy and I wasn’t falling behind.

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