If you're a soul-guided entrepreneur, speaking with confidence about who are, what you offer, and to whom is critical to your business success. In this episode, I offer 5 ways to communicate more confidently, how I overcame my fear of introducing myself as a life coach, and how to polish and deliver your authentic elevator speech. We also explore ways in which you can own your expertise, the key to preparing, and so much more.
In this episode, I speak to found and owner of Eden Design, Jen Rolston, about how to define and find our ideal people, clients, and customers. Jen and I are each others' ideal clients, and we talk about how to define or fine tune the people we're here to serve, how to connect to them energetically, why we should actually be polarizing, how to align values, and so much more.
In 2000, at age 27, Jen took a huge leap to build a business and a life that would let her share her gifts of design, marketing, systems creation, and problem-solving with an amazing clientele of change-agents working in small business, non-profit, and the visual and performing arts.
Learn more about Jen at: www.edendesignco.com.
I go to the heart of this podcast and dig deep into why we hide away the true talents that we were born to share. I explore 5 reasons why we cork away our true authenticity and core gifts. I then offer the most powerful (and simplest) way to start or deepen your journey to expressing your superpowers to the people you're meant to serve.
In this episode, I speak to master coach Natalie Miller about playing procrastination to our advantage. Natalie explains how we can embrace and get into the creative flow of our tendency to procrastinate. We also explore the pitfalls of procrastination's opposite (the overly rigid planning approach) and what to do when resistance blocks our path to production.
Natalie Miller is a Master Certified Martha Beck Life Coach, a yoga teacher and studio owner, a mom to three girls, and a practical feminist. She coaches fellow hard-working, badass women to love their whole selves, make the most of their gifts, and create lives they truly love. Learn more at nataliekmiller.com.
In this episode, I speak to the creator and founder of Mindfulness + Magic, Erin Sharaf, about the world of magic. We explore what magic is (hint: it's way beyond pulling rabbits out of hats), how we can more magic in our lives, and why it so important for us as individuals and for the planet.
Erin Sharaf is a recovering academic who helps people reclaim their health, power and vitality through enhancing the connection between mind, body, spirit and nature. Erin practiced as a primary care provider for 10 years and is now a shamanic practitioner who believes that the unseen worlds are just as real and powerful as the visible and quantifiable world.
Join Erin for Magic School and other enlightened offerings at: www.erinsharaf.com.
In this episode, we dig deep into the tricky emotion of defeat and how defeat can sabotage our creative goals and business dreams without us even knowing. We explore the 5 facets of defeat that show up during the creative process and how we can turn defeat around to set ourselves up for lasting success.
In this episode, I speak to improvisational actor Kelly Agathos about the guiding principle of "yes, and..." in improvisational acting and how that phrase can be a game changing motto for life. We also discuss the other powerful life skills that improv acting can help us sharpen, hone, and grow.
In this inaugural episode of The Uncorked Conversation with Allyson Scammell, Allyson talks about the verb "to uncork," what it means and why learning to uncork can be a game changer in your life and business. She also offers 3 ways you can uncork your core gifts in your life and business today.