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All you need is to be you. 

One on one

Coaching

Mindset work isn’t about becoming a flawless human being. It isn’t about convincing ourselves of deserving some clever marketers ideals of happiness. Or about appearing virtuous or even being a “good” person.

You don’t need to know all the right moves and techniques. You don’t need the perfect set up. The only thing you need is to face your fears, get to work, and produce something you can be proud of. Sounds easy? Yeah, not really. That’s why we have coaches. To make us believe we can, and inspire us to take one step after another until we have arrived.

 

 

work in a group 

Mastermind 

Come as you are.  Tell your story.  Find your greatness. Learn new skills.  Share resources.  Make friends.  Feel supported.  Get inspired.  Level up.

Some masterminds are intimidating. You know that feeling when you’re invited to a party at a new friend’s house and you’re not sure about the people there? Are they all going to be Guccied out and perfect? Will they see all of my flaws before I’ve even had the chance to don the bottle of roséThe imposter syndrome is one scary monster. It stops creatives from creating and stars from shining. 

Not with us. We’re perfectly imperfect! 

You can wear Gucci or you can wear a stinky t-shirt from the laundry basket (we’re online, nobody can smell it 😄). We’re not competitors, we’re wonderfully unique co-creators.

For most people it’s easier to open up in a small group. That’s why we’ll divide the core group into smaller units when appropriate. We’ll touch on topics that’ll make you think differently and experience a deep transformation. You’ll get support and get inspired to take action.

So, what do you say? It takes one moment to change your life forever. Will you grab it?

 

Testimonial

 I so appreciated your view on planning, it was mind changing, I’ve always struggled and felt overwhelmed when thinking of planning. I now see it as a supportive tool that keeps me focused on myself, and makes me feel nurtured and safer .”

Nadia Maria Nacca, Artist, Researcher