Lessons I learn while I show up for my business authentically

I’ve said it before: being a business owner is the wildest self-development journey of all throughout my life. If your business helps you to one thing (if you’re serious about it), it is to show up authentically as yourself. I’ve tried to do it differently, and I failed miserable.

“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.”
― Oscar Wilde

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Business evaluation: do you do the right things?

Business evaluation is an activity that many business owners forget while they’re in every day’s delusion. It’s not that they don’t want to. It’s something they forget because they’re scrambling to solve the day-to-day problems and questions clients have. Read more

Embracing your fears in your business

I’ve said it before, and I will keep repeating: having a business is the most effective exercise in being confronted with fears in your business. Until you’ve found an authentic way of presenting yourself in your business and get the results you are proud of, there’s no other way than to work on this continuously. Read more


6 of the best intuitive techniques I use in my business

When I first started working with conscious creative business owners as an intuitive business coach, I thought they were also using their intuition as I did. That assumption turned out to be untrue, though. While it was natural for me, many of them struggled to let intuition enter their business world. Once I saw how they struggled to make decisions from their head, I made it my mission to help them come to terms with what they knew deep down. Since then, I teach people how to trust their intuition in business and follow their inner guidance. Read more


I’m dropping my marketing strategy for social media

I’ll be changing my marketing strategy for social media this week. After writing last week’s blog about letting go of past attachment, I thought it would play out like themes like that always play out for me – like letting go of stuff (like I wrote about in that blog) or letting go of particular thought patterns that make you feel not good enough. Hey, did I say that I’m almost human, just like you? 😊 Read more

Marketing for the introverted entrepreneur

As an introverted entrepreneur, I started my first business; way back in 1997, you only had to create an HTML website to market your business. Marketing was a far cry from what it is these days. It was easy to get clients. It was so easy that I became pretty overworked from having a business on the side of my regular job. I worked sixty to seventy hours a week. Although I was having a ball, it was too much of a good thing Read more