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Is Business Allowed to Be Easy?

Is Business Allowed to Be Easy?

Sri “Too Easy” Moneybags Padovani. That was the nickname my coach gave me. The first time he helped me create an offer to get new clients, I struggled. “That seems...too easy,” I said. “Exactly,” he replied. Somewhere along the line I’d decided that business was...

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The Twins of Creation and the Impossible Task

The Twins of Creation and the Impossible Task

Once there were twins named Formless and Form who shared everything. Both were brilliant artists whose gifts would create the world. One day, it was time for them to make their art and do what they were born to do. The twins’ father gave them a task: “Create your art...

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Play and Get Paid: A love story

What if you can play and get paid? I had a conversation with my amazing friend and playmate, Natalie Ross of Earth Speak, formerly Dream Freedom Beauty. I was talking about how HEAVY transformation work can be. Sometimes, it’s like slogging through thick mud. So much...

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5 Reasons to Stop Trying to “Find Your Niche”

5 Reasons to Stop Trying to “Find Your Niche”

Starting a new coaching business or transitioning to a new market? One of the first things any business coach or marketing pro will tell you is that you need to find your niche. Of course, it’s helpful to identify a niche and target your message to serve your ideal...

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Confessions of an Anti-Thought Leader

Confessions of an Anti-Thought Leader

In marketing and business, they say you must know your Why and shout it from the rooftops. Proclaim your beliefs. Gather your tribe. Lead the way. What can I write from the platform of “I don’t know?” It’s not that I don’t have beliefs -- oh, I certainly do! Humans...

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The Perils of Getting What You Want

The Perils of Getting What You Want

One of my friends shared a Facebook post the other day that gave me pause. “We often don’t know what we really want until we’re given permission to have what we think we want.” I read this once. Twice. Three times. What does that really mean? Here’s where this gets...

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