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Greg Faxon: Don’t Let The Fear Win

Greg Faxon

“Know when you’re getting burned by your own internal drive, and notice if there’s a lighter way that you can approach the work that you’re doing. Because sometimes that easing back or creating space that you’re doing, some of those very counterintuitive things—the things you don’t expect—are what’s going to bring your business to the […]

On marketing and the fear of being seen (and heard) by more people.

We stood there, an entire church full of people, and watched her at the pulpit. She owned that stage. She delivered her message with so much punch and power and purpose that it was impossible to ignore… We all hung on her every word. She was a prophetess. A woman on a mission. That woman? […]

Erika Lyremark: The Journey From Stripper To Self-Expressed Business Owner

“Now that I know what it’s like to be so deeply connected, and to allow myself to be fully self-expressed in my business, it feels amazing. It feels wonderful. I feel so fulfilled and so satisfied every single day in my business and I never experienced that when I was stripping. Yes, I loved it […]

Marie Poulin: Strategic Generosity & Tackling The Imposter Complex

“I don’t want anyone to be under any illusions that everything is perfect and I’ve got it all together and I know all the answers, because I don’t. The whole thing is a big experiment. I think our businesses, our lives, are all an experiment. I’m just trying to learn as much as I can […]

Srinivas Rao: Using Curiosity To Create Unmistakable Work

“I think the big thing that really helps to find direction is curiosity: indulging what it is that you are naturally curious about, and not necessarily concerning yourself with what kind of an outcome it will lead to. Because I had no idea that any of what I did would lead to all of this.” […]

What does your inner child want to do? Hint: It may surprise you.

What does your inner child want to do?

When I was a kid and staying at my grandparent’s big London house, I remember my nana gave me this heavy, hard-backed journal. It had a thick, blue cover and blank page after blank page to write in. I treasured that journal. I carried it everywhere with me. I scrawled stories in it all the time until my parents bought […]