Pleasure & Profits Salon :: Episode 6 with Kristie Keever

Pleasure & Profits Salon :: Episode 6 with Kristie Keever

MAKING SPACE FOR EXPANSION IN 2018

This week on Episode 6 of Pleasure & Profits Salon we’ll be exploring how to create space for expansion when your schedule is jam-packed. My guest Kristie Keever will share her own process and the impact it’s had on her business and life.

Kristie Keever is a brand strategist and creative director behind numerous amazing personal brands. She helps women stand out and stay out in a sea of same-ness by creating smart strategies, engaging stories to attract their audience and a signature style that their dream clients can’t help but notice.

Kristie brings over 20 years of brand building experience and caters specifically to women on a mission to build an empire with impact. Her mission is to create clarity from the complicated and to empower women to be seen in a way that makes them shine like the star that they are.

 

You can find Kristie online at http://kristiekeever.com/

Pleasure & Profits Salon is a free broadcast for women entrepreneurs and lady bosses seeking strategies and inspiration to create alignment in their business and life.

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Pleasure & Profits Salon :: Episode 5 with Debbie Burns

Pleasure & Profits Salon :: Episode 5 with Debbie Burns

WHAT, EXACTLY, ARE YOU WAITING FOR?

Debbie Burns is THE Head Unicorn at DebbieBurns.me and Founder of Fiction Expedition.

She’s a kickass intuitive and ass-kicking career coach and cheerleader for the lady creative who is ready to develop courage and live a life she loves—now, not someday. Co-conspirator, best friend and guide, Deb helps artists (in whatever medium they play) to dive deep into the caverns at their core, discover what’s holding them back, reclaim their Soul Song, and learn how to dance to the rhythm of their Big Dream.

Debbie asks — Isn’t it time for artists to do what they love while paying the bills and traveling the world? And THAT’s what we’re talking about on on Episode 5 of Pleasure & Profits Salon. We dig into what it takes to feel good NOW, to live a life you love NOW… not someday down the road.

You can find Debbie online at debbieburns.me.

Pleasure & Profits Salon is a free broadcast for women entrepreneurs and lady bosses seeking strategies and inspiration to create alignment in their business and life.

Join me on Facebook Live for conscious conversations with women entrepreneurs and lady bosses sharing their own experiences, struggles and strategies around creating alignment and sustainability in their business and life.

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Pleasure & Profits Salon :: Episode 4 with Megan Hale

Pleasure & Profits Salon :: Episode 4 with Megan Hale

Pleasure & Profits Salon :: Episode 4
with guest Megan Hale

Megan Hale is a former psychotherapist, Relationship Coach, and Podcast Host of The Enoughness Revolution and Wild & Holy Radio, sharing practical tools that speak to the soul to create more faith and freedom to live your truth and stand for love.

She’s the founder of Wild & Holy Weekend, an intimate bi-annual retreat for women who are ready to be their fullest expression. She blogs on everything between marriage, motherhood, spirituality, courage, creativity, and creating a fulfilling life instead of just a full one.

HAVE YOU EVER HAD AN EXPANSION HANGOVER?

Check out the episode below, where we dig into how and why we get them + the 3 types of expansion and why the highest level can feel, well… kinda blah.

You can find Megan online at www.megan-hale.com.

Pleasure & Profits Salon is a free broadcast for women entrepreneurs and lady bosses seeking strategies and inspiration to create alignment in their business and life.

Join me on Facebook Live for conscious conversations with women entrepreneurs and lady bosses sharing their own experiences, struggles and strategies around creating alignment and sustainability in their business and life.

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Pleasure & Profits Salon :: Episode 3 with Caroline Padgett

Pleasure & Profits Salon :: Episode 3 with Caroline Padgett

Pleasure & Profits Salon :: Episode 3
with guest Caroline Padgett

Caroline is a mystic and explorer of the Divine. Over the last 20 years she has studied, trained, and mentored all over the country with master teachers and healers, shamans and priestesses, yogis, cosmic misfits, mystics, pioneers in mindfulness somatic psychology, medium and psychic gurus, and has made many pilgrimages to sacred sites nationally and internationally.

Her journey has taught her the power of surrender, trusting in her intuition and inner wisdom, and the importance of community and tribe.

Check out the episode below, where we be talk about our quest for Pleasure & Profits and how to discern whether it’s time to press forward or time to rest.

You can find Caroline online at carolinepadgett.com.

Pleasure & Profits Salon is a free broadcast for women entrepreneurs and lady bosses seeking strategies and inspiration to create alignment in their business and life.

Join me on Facebook Live for conscious conversations with women entrepreneurs and lady bosses sharing their own experiences, struggles and strategies around creating alignment and sustainability in their business and life.

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The Pendulum Always Swings.

The Pendulum Always Swings.

We’ve all given up on perfection, right? At least in theory.

(In truth though, I suspect for most of us there is still a tiny place, deep down inside, where we’re hanging on to the idea that we can to do it all, be it all and have it all. It’s a piece of us we try to hide away, because the only thing worse than not being perfect is wanting to be perfect & failing at it.)

But on the surface, in public conversation, we’ve let perfection go & embraced her tricky sister: balance.

It’s okay if I’m not perfect as long as I’m in balance. As long as I’m taking care of self, work, relationships, health, personal growth, love, family, passions, creativity, and on and on and on. As long as I’m investing equally in all the things that are important to me, then I’m good. I’ve got it all under control, in perfect balance.

But does life ever really work that way? It seems that there is always something demanding our time and attention more than the rest. A crying child, a high maintenance client, an injury, an illness, a friend or family member in need, a big project, a deadline, a storm of one sort or another.

There is always something pulling us out of our best efforts at balance. And for a moment or a season we need to focus a little more effort over here, or spend a little more time over there. I’ve come to accept that this is normal. This is natural. This is the way of life.

Nothing is static. Even the elusive balance requires push & pull. (It’s all about opposing forces, ya know)

The pendulum always swings.

Our work is not to avoid it. Our work is to embrace it. Don’t get stuck feeling shitty about what is inevitable: you will get pulled off balance. Things will break down. Life will go on. You will be better for it.

The pendulum will swing. You can either hop on for the ride with an open mind and an open heart, embracing the messiness of life, screaming “weeeeeeeeeee!” as you rocket through space, or you can allow it to drag you kicking and screaming like an overtired tantrum throwing child resisting bedtime.

I used to think, “when things calm down, then I’ll (fill in the blank)”. But the truth is, things never calm down for long. And when the do, rest is usually what’s needed.

I’ve learned to embrace the pendulum swing, even when if pulls me off my desired course. If I work my ass off for a while, I will need to rest. If I let myself rest I will feel re-energized, re-invigorated and ready to go again.

When you try to moderate creativity, passion, or love, you smother it. Sometimes you have to let the fire burn until 4 in the morning. And then take a nap to let yourself recover.

Sometimes you have to hustle. And when the hustle is done it’s time for some fun. Or rest. Or whatever is calling you next.

Trust that all things will come in their due time, even if it’s not when or how you planned.
In other words: all timing is divine timing. Even when we don’t like it.

Trust the timing. Embrace the messiness. Enjoy the ride.

 

* This is a re-share from a Facebook post on 11/22/2016