This blog post shares a simple business model for monetising your priestess magic and getting paid for bringing healing to the world.
I’m SO grateful for the coaching industry.
One - it’s allowed me personally to live my purpose and help hundreds of women change the trajectory of their lives.
Two - it’s a space where women can reclaim their priestesshood, step into feminine leadership, unapologetically own their healing magic and get paid for bringing healing to the world.
It truly has never been more simple to monetise your priestess magic and replace (heck, even increase) your 9-5 salary.
The numbers alone say it all.
Let’s say you’re just starting out and you start out with medium-ticket 1:1 packages (in the coaching industry high-ticket is generally considered as anything £3.5k+ and medium-ticket is £1.5k+).
And lets say you begin with a medium-ticket £1.5k 1:1 coaching package, and through consistent messaging and...
This blog post is about moving past imposter syndrome.
If you’ve been feeling the call to teach, or facilitate, or express, or speak out, or create….. you’ve been feeling the energy of HER - the Priestess.
Simply put, you are a vessel of the Divine, here to channel divine wisdom, end suffering, and make the world a better, more beautiful place.
But most likely, imposter syndrome is getting in the way of you truly making the difference you know deep down you’re here to make.
The nagging belief that you’re not ready yet and that you don’t know enough may feel like objective truth to you. But we know that this isn’t the case, because it’s been shown that imposter syndrome is less about ability and more about creating feelings of ‘safety’.
In fact, research has demonstrated that those of us who experience imposter syndrome tend to be more conscientious and actually perform better than those that don’t feel like...
This blog post is about stepping into your priestesshood and growing a thriving online business.
I love working with various priestess archetypes, because they give us a great framework for understanding our journey to feminine empowerment and divine purpose, and what we can focus on embodying to bring us closer to our life vision.
There are two priestess archetypes I want to share with in this post:
1. The Closet Priestess
2. And The Empowered Priestess
The Closet Priestess is a rebel, here to challenge the status quo. She wants to run a business that gives her freedom and helps people, but she’s confused about what to offer and what to focus on.
She’s obsessed with personal development, knows a tonne and people always come to her for advice.
She has a big heart, she’s hungry for growth, but she’s also worried she does’t know enough and she’s not qualified enough. She’s scared of judgement and not being...
This blog post is about the relationship between service and success.
I've just come back from a two week off grid experience, in an incredible space called Terra Alta, Portugal. I haven't quite found the words yet to express how transformative this experience was, and how it has ignited another kind of awakening within me, one where ecological literacy and stewardship of our planet take precedence. I'll share deeper about my experience in another post soon.
In the meantime, I want to share with you some thoughts on the relationship between service and success.
Spending my days sleeping in the forest, taking care of the land, harvesting our food, and being in sacred community has reminded me that we can be in service every moment, and that it’s this that allows us to live a rich and nourishing life.
When it comes to our businesses, what I’ve seen with myself and with my clients is that when we allow our desire to truly...
This blog post is about feminine leadership.
Social media is shaping our quality of leadership - and not necessarily for the better.
Let me explain my thinking around this.
Through the very way it’s been designed, it teaches us to be ‘followed’ and ‘liked’.
But the way I see it is that true leadership isn’t about being followed - it’s about helping people to lead themselves.
And should we really strive to be ‘liked’?
As if somehow, if we don’t get enough likes, what we have to say is worthless?
I’ve noticed that my content that really speaks to the change I want to see (and brings in clients who feel the same way) rarely gets lots of likes. I could spend hours hypothesising about why, but what I do know is that if we as leaders of change are constantly getting lots of applause, we’re probably not yet sharing our deepest truth.
What does this mean for YOU?
Let go of caring about vanity metrics.
Say what needs to be...
This blog post is about learning to trust yourself.
Over the past 18 months, I’ve had my eyes well and truly opened and I believe that as a result, my work is becoming richer and more powerful. I’m not here to be right - I’m here to make a fucking difference in anyway that I can.
I believe that when more women trust themselves and their inner wisdom, and follow that guidance, the world will become a fairer, more harmonious balanced place.
When we don’t trust ourselves, we hold ourselves back, we make shitty decisions, and end up dying with our music inside of them. I don’t want this for you.
And not only that, especially now, in the age of fast media, it’s really difficult to know who to trust about anything. The pandemic is a prime example - there are lots of different...
This blog post is about making sure your biz is ethical as possible.
After the two years that we’ve just had, how the fuck could it be business as usual, right?
The cracks in our capitalistic, ego-driven, patriarchal, white supremacist, and ecology-destroying society are well and truly visible and there are some things that can now never be unseen.
Racial inequality. Gender bias. The increasing gap between the rich and poor .The escalating climate crisis.
I have to admit, there have been times over the past year when it's felt really hard to keep my focus on my business with so much chaos happening.
Guilt. Overwhelm. Shame. Fear. It's all come up.
But so has: Hope. Determination. Commitment. And faith.
As I see it, our businesses can either perpetuate damage caused by the system. Or they can provide regeneration, healing and hope....
This blog is about optimising your social media content so that you don't have to be on there all day every day.
Contrary to what many business coaches out there are saying, you DO NOT have to show up on social media every day to skyrocket your business.
Think quality, not quantity.
Your content isn’t there to drive engagement or to even build your following - it’s there to position you as a leader, showcase how you can help your people and usher them into an offer that’s going to rock their world.
One post with clear, potent magnetic messaging, is worth twenty lacklustre posts.
But alas, messaging can be tricky - we often find it difficult to see our own magic and message, which is why getting an expert's eyes on your work can save so much time, tears and tantrums (hint hint - I'm here to help you *ahem*).
But to get you started, here are four magnetic messaging tips:
This blog post is about attracting clients who're ready and prepped to get results.
It's really simple: if you want empowered clients, you need to ensure that you create empowering content.
As priestesses, we’re here to facilitate the evolution and healing of our planet - so why on earth would we want to remind people of their pain and then agitate it further?
Yet this is just one of the copywriting marketing techniques that’s widely taught to online coaches and healers to create clients online.
A popular formula is known as PAS:
This type of marketing is not only highly unethical (it triggers and exploits unresolved trauma), but it also runs the risk of bringing clients into services who may not yet be ready to take full responsibility for their journey.
I don't know about you, but I much prefer to bring in clients who are a joy to work with, and although there will be ups and downs on the journey (building a business is...
This blog post is about dismantling unhealthy power dynamics in the coaching industry.
The more that I educate myself on systemic issues, the harder it is to believe that the coaching industry is one only of ‘light and love’.
In fact, I’ve come to the realisation that unless we want to unconsciously perpetuate harm, it’s necessary to question and shift unhealthy power dynamics (decolonise) in the coaching industry. This means taking an active stand against any practices that disempower, manipulate and exploit.
I’m very much in the process of thinking this through and questioning my own practices - so I’m definitely not an expert in this.
But I have started the process by reflecting upon the ‘coloniser’s mindset’ & how it shows up in the coaching industry:
- A coach with a ‘coloniser’s mindset’ believes that their coaching, product or service is 100% needed by the client and without it,...