Everyone is posting and everyone is scrolling, but how do we get inspired to create amazing content that actually makes people want to stop, look, read, like and really absorb and act on what it is that you are sharing? Especially, when you’re feeling depleted and empty of inspiration. If that sounds like you, then perhaps it’s time to think about creating content in a different way. Read on to find out how you can approach content creation in a new and refreshed way.
Perhaps you've heard of the not so new buzz word, 'feminine leadership' being thrown around the online and offline sphere? If I asked you, what does feminine leadership mean to you?
To me, it's about openness, impact, vulnerability, giving back, empathy, consciousness, experience, and emotion. This new wave of feminine leadership isn't specific just to women, regardless of sex, every human has masculine and feminine energy innately within.
IT’S ALL A BIT OVERWHELMING ISN’T IT?
Sometimes we know we need help with something, perhaps we feel stuck in a rut or have a particular idea in mind that we want to achieve but it can be hard to know where, or who, to turn to.
Coaches + mentors are professionally trained (or should be :)) to use and teach techniques that can - quite simply - change the direction of people’s lives. Tools that help you to look at things in a new way, help you to move through something which was causing you pain, frustration or upset and to help you learn to look at yourself and your life with a newfound respect, love and appreciation.
Hey Well Warrior,
If you follow my social media or have spent much time looking at my online space which houses my journey as a coach to date, you'll know I'm not one for following the norm - in fact, my inner rebel actually detests the very notion of adhering or conforming to society. It's like a flip in me switches and off I go in the opposite direction. Even at times when the opposite direction doesn't serve my best interests.
My very branding goes against what thousands of other coaches walking down a gorgeous sunlit beach with balloons in hand and sparkles a plenty, would gawk and horror at. It's intentionally dark, it's moody but it's designed to be real.
Have you ever heard of the term perfection paralysis? One of the ultimate quests for millennials is the pursuit of the perfect life. We're all searching for it.
We want do it all, see it all and be it all...like, yesterday. But in our search for the perfect body, the perfect job, the perfect apartment, the perfect partner and the perfect friends are we so afraid of making the wrong choice, of committing, of making a mistake or simply overwhelmed with the vast options presented in front of us that we are merely bystanders on the sidelines of our own lives, only ever dipping our toes into the arena we call life? Are we a generation of commitment-phobes or are just in need of a new approach?
Technology has become an integral part of our lives. It has transformed the way we live and In many ways, it makes life more convenient for us: we can send messages quickly via the internet, cook meals in a few minutes in a microwave, and book train tickets online instead of walking to the station.
Art is often a mirror, reflecting the social issues and problems of the day. So my question to you is, in our increasingly technology-driven world, have we become addicted to technology?
The most common questions I get asked as a life coach are: 'So you must have life figured out huh' and 'You must never get annoyed or worked up about anything' 😂😂👌🏼 Read life coach not robot.🤖
Being a life coach is about creating and holding space for someone to truly come into their own, to allow them the opportunity to explore big, beautiful and creative versions of 'self', to help someone release old thoughts and narratives that no longer serve.
It's as much about self development in a traditional sense of cultivating self love as it is about helping someone to unravel their story and their message.
Setting goals is a super powerful tool. Whether it be focused around cultivating self acceptance, finding purpose or building a business that lights you up. Sounds simple right?
Well, no. Setting goals is one thing but creating the desire to actually want to complete those goals & that 'call to action' is another thing altogether.
A year ago, I embarked on a journey to become a Life Coach with the Beautiful You Training Academy. My interest had been sparked when I undertook a coaching series with my friend Helena Kay as she had just finished her own coaching training and was looking for pro-bono clients to work with. Feeling somewhat lost and at a crossroads in my life I jumped at the chance for free coaching with such a beautiful soul.
Little did I know at the time that undertaking a coaching series would ignite a passion in me to pursue my own coaching training