Brand New Coaching Certification (just for women)

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I have something exciting to share…

One of my dear friends has created something so valuable to women all across the globe, and I feel inspired to connect you with her.

I know there can be a lot of confusion about Coaching, what it really takes to get trained or certified, and what the best program is for you to become a masterful coach.

They way I see it is a stellar Coaching Certification Program should have:

·         A leader capable of teaching the art of coaching in a masterful way

·         Mentorship to help you create a solid business that can fund the lifestyle you desire.

·         Training on business structures so you can run your coaching practice (instead of it running you) and from anywhere in the world.

·         Personal development so that your issues are resolved and you feel confident to coach any client.

·         Educating great coaches who are not just talented, but also have a strong wealth consciousness and are well supported financially.

·         Knowledge of client attraction, high-end clients, and how to work with them in person and virtually.

·         Networking opportunities with other high caliber leaders in your niche.

Gina DeVee has put this all together in such a chic and boutique way.  She has designed her coaching certification program that integrates ALL of what women coaches and serviced based professionals desire.

A holistic approach to for women coaches to have it all:  coaching mastery, business excellence, wealth consciousness, lifestyle, spirituality and femininity.

If you’ve been looking for a transformational Coaching Certification Program that will truly help you reach your skillset, mindset, spiritual, financial and lifestyle goals, then look no further…

<<< Learn about The Academy:  Coaching Certification Program for Women here >>>

Gina has put together a video series for you from Paris to learn more about her and her work and style.

The video training will share how Gina went from overworked, underpaid and struggling… to living, working and playing all over the world, and also teach you how to transform your money story.

She’s also going to share with you “The Suppressed Secret of Millions of Women.”

I really want you to have this gift.

<<< You can learn more here >>>

P.S. Feminine divine living combined with coaching and business skills is the movement we’ve all been waiting for. Gina’s taking it to the highest level possible.

<<< Start your journey today >>>

 

 

Breath Life Into Your Dreams

Last week, I had a coaching call with a very inspiring woman.  She is going through a difficult transition period in her life at the moment, and we focused deeply on how she can reclaim the power she has given away to other people, and begin to reconnect with her true self.  She’s making the conscious choice every day, to reclaim all the parts of herself that she’d almost forgotten about in her role as wife and mother.

This is something so many of us can recognize.  Too often in life, we forget who we really are.  We allow our thoughts to interfere with what we KNOW deep down inside.  We tend to believe our thoughts.  We’ve all had experiences where our thoughts have led us astray, and yet we continue to believe what they tell us.  This is why, when I coach someone, I practice deep coaching, which is dropping down past our thoughts, so the real you has a chance to use her voice.

Child Hood Dreams

The following is a fun practice you can start today, to begin the process of reconnecting with who you truly are.  To do this, you’ll need to revisit your childhood and remember who you were when you were a little girl.  What did you dream of, when you were innocent and full of enthusiasm for the future?  Who did you dream you would be?  When you were a child, you had no limits on what you could become.  Go back to that feeling now.  Did you want to be an adventurer?  An explorer?  A writer? A vet?  Whatever it is, allow yourself to indulge in your childhood dreams.

And now for the fun part.  At least 3 times this week, do something to bring you closer to your childhood dream.  If you wanted to be a writer, write a short story.  If you wanted to be an explorer, take yourself to an interesting place you’ve never visited before, and allow yourself to get lost for a while.  If you dreamed of being an Egyptologist, visit a museum or pick up a few books on Ancient Egypt (or if you’re really feeling adventurous, plan a trip to see the Pyramids).

The clarity that comes from reconnecting to our childhood dreams is astonishing.  This was a time in our lives when we were deeply connected with our true selves and our true desires, until ‘real life’ got in the way.  By revisiting that time and that part of ourselves (who is still with us), it will remind us of who we really are, underneath our other identities of wife, mother, friend, sister, daughter, employee, neighbor and any other identity we collect as we go through life.

Have fun planning the three activities you will do this week, and notice the insights you receive, as you grab your fedora and whip and take off on an adventure to find the Lost Ark of the Covenant (or was that just me?) Your seven year old self will be proud!

(Video) What’s your money story?

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Every woman has a money story.

What’s yours?

Are you the “underearner,” the “just-enougher,” the “I know there is more out there, but not for me?”

The big spender?

Wherever you are on the spectrum, you probably wouldn’t be reading this post unless you’re hungry for just a little bit more. Or maybe A LOT more consistency and abundance in your cash-flow.

If that’s the case, I want to share a beautiful free video series my great friend Gina DeVee has put together for you from Paris…  one of the videos is all about your money story, and how you can transform it in a healthy (and exciting) way.

<<< Are you ready to transform your money story? >>>

Sometimes all you need is the right guidance, at just the right moment.

Is this moment yours?

I am in total support of your growth, and can’t wait for you to see this!

(VIDEO) Women going global…

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So many mentors talk about “going global” with your message.

But what they don’t tell you is… they are spending 40 hours a week plus behind their computer…

Creating programs…

Writing emails and sales copy.

Doesn’t that just sound like a job?

So what if you can work from anywhere in the world if you have no time to enjoy your life?

I want to introduce you to my friend Gina DeVee, creator of Divine Living, who has truly “gone global” in her business, and in a very chic way.

<<< You can meet her here >>>

In fact, in the last few months alone, she has run her business from the Italian islands, Greek islands AND Paris.

And one thing I know about Gina DeVee is that she does not slave away behind a computer.

She has learned to create a 7-figure international coaching business AND a luxurious life style filled with pleasure.

She is living the empowered feminine, a.k.a. Queen life to the fullest…

Her life as a struggling psychotherapist was not always filled with abundance, grace and ease…and now she’s available to share her journey of transformation with you… 

She’s revealing how she did it – and how you can too.

She’s also inviting you to be one of the first to know about her long waited for International Coaching Certification Program for Women, a program where she has combined THE BEST of coaching mastery, and business excellence… so you can create the lifestyle of your dreams in a feminine way.

<<< You can do that here >>>

According to Gina DeVee, getting from lack, limitation, and frustration to living it up in the world’s exotic destinations wasn’t that hard.

What was hard, was the struggle.

What was hard, was not living her divine purpose daily.

Are you ready for this kind of transformation in your own life?

Embrace being wealthy and feminine? And funnel the power into your dreams, instead of your to do list?

<<< Watch this video now >>>

Run your business and your life in an empowered, feminine way. Don’t let it run you.

 

P.S. If you’re craving to develop business success and lifestyle grandeur, I know no one better to recommend on this subject  than Gina DeVee.

(Video) This Could Be Your Life

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If 5 minutes could completely transform your life (and I believe it can), then this is the five minutes you’ve been waiting for…

 My close friend Gina DeVee has a special message for you.

<<< You can watch it here >>>

She is going to reveal how she went from totally struggling as a psychotherapist, being in financial lack and emotional depression (even though her list of credentials included a Master’s Degree and working at the The White House)…

To working with clients internationally, traveling around the world, living a chic life style in Paris, and having enough money to do what she wants, when she wants… Through growing a 7-figure coaching business aligned with her purpose and passion.

And finally, creating and launching The Academy: International Women’s Coaching Certification Program that will transform hundreds of lives.

Gina knew she had it in her. Talent. Expertise. A gift to share.

And then it happened. A life and business beyond her wildest dreams. A life and career path she’s available to share with you now.

Do you desire having time and money freedom to work from anywhere in the world?

If so, take five minutes and watch this video…

<<<  Make your dream a reality now >>>

And enjoy some personal time with Gina in Paris.

There’s no one I know of who integrates business success and lifestyle grandeur more than Gina DeVee.

Release the Shame Of Not Having Found Your Calling Yet

From the earliest age I can remember, I’ve had endless interests.  I discover something new, become completely captivated by it and devour everything I could get my hands on.  I live and breath the subject for weeks or even months.  Then, something new attracts me.  Instantly in love with my new topic, I blissfully immerse myself in it.  Usually, I juggle several fascinating topics at once and can happily talk the ear off anyone for hours about my newest loves.  I remember once walking into a book store and gazing around at the wide range of topics, and I suddenly felt a pang of frustration  that I was never going to live long enough to learn and explore all that the world had to offer.

photo credit: Viewminder via photopin cc  Possibly what your living room looks like!

photo credit: Viewminder via photopin cc                Possibly what your living room looks like!

So it should have been easy for me to choose a career, right?  With so many passions, all I had to do was choose one.  Aye, there’s the rub! The idea of choosing just one subject to devote my life to, while ignoring all my other interests, left me cold inside.  I love history and yet I dropped out of an archaeology degree.  When I explained it to my friend, the only way I could describe it was this:  ‘If I study archaeology, then at the end of it I’ll be an archaeologist. It’s like being in a sheep pen, being herded in one direction to go into a tiny field where I’ll spend my life. I can’t stand the idea of that. I want a wide open plain.  My friend responded that the plain sounded scary. ‘Yes, but I need the plain’ I answered.

I tried different things and always, after an initial burst of enthusiasm, would move on to something else.  I knew if I chose one thing, I end up resenting it.  So instead, I studied a degree I had no interest in, and took a job in an industry that bored me, reasoning that it’s better to resent something I don’t like anyway, than grow to resent something I love.  Meanwhile, surely someday, inspiration would strike and I’d find that ‘One True Calling’ I’m supposed to spend my life at.

However, I felt guilty and ashamed. I was an adult. Why couldn’t I just grow up and pick something?  Was I doomed to roam through life, an aimless drifter who’d never contribute anything of meaning to the world? Was I just a waste of space?  I was so envious of people who had one thing they loved, and could happily stick to that.

One evening, while browsing around on the internet, 14 tabs open as usual, I came across a strange expression.  A woman called Barbara Sher was talking about something called a Scanner Personality.  People who are intensely curious about many different topics, who have multiple passions, and find it hard to choose one, at the expense of the rest.  When I read it, I almost squealed in excitement.  That’s me!!  This describes me to a T!!  I will never be happy to stick with one subject because I’m not wired that way.  I was a square peg, trying to force myself into a round hole.

Instantly, the shame and guilt fell away.  There was nothing wrong with me.  I was trying to force myself into a way of life that would never work for me.  The moment I gave myself permission to be the Renaissance Woman (I prefer that term to ‘Scanner’) I was born to be, ideas flooded to me instantly.  Suddenly, the idea of choosing something no longer threatened me because I could choose lots of things, and integrate them, creating my own unique career.  I could give myself permission to pursue my many interests.  For the first time in years, I could breath more easily.

You might feel the same way.  Spending hours researching your newest passion, while feeling guilty and ashamed that you can’t seem to find your ‘One True Calling’ to stick with.  One moment, feeling like a kid in a candy store as you happily immerse yourself in the latest topic that captivates you.  The next, feeling ashamed of yourself for not having committed to something by now. If this is the case, then you have nothing to be ashamed of.   You’ve been trying to force yourself to work in a way that you are not designed to, in a world where people are constantly told to specialize.

Here are some of the traits of a Renaissance Woman:

  • You have multiple passions
  • You become intensely curious about a new subject, devouring information on it to learn more.
  • You rarely have a desire to master any one topic.  Once you’ve learned all you want to know, you’re happy to move on to the next adventure.
  • You feel frustrated, ashamed and guilty because you still haven’t found that ‘One Thing’ to pursue.
  • You feel guilty and ashamed of having so many interests.
  • You often feel embarrassed at having to explain to people that the last project you were so enthusiastic about before, is something you are no longer working on.  You can almost see them exchange weary glances.
  • You start multiple projects, but rarely finish them.
  • The idea of sticking to one field and devoting your life to it, leaves you feeling trapped.
  • You’re afraid that if you choose one passion, you’ll end up resenting it, no matter how much you love it now.
  • You work at a low paying job, or do work you have no interest in, as a way to avoid choosing one career path.
  • You’re afraid that if you choose one thing, you’ll end up quickly becoming bored with it, as you’ve always done in the past.
  • If you didn’t feel pressured to choose, you could very happily spend your life exploring and learning as much as the world has to offer.
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photo credit: uppityrib via photopin cc Veronica Franco, a fascinating heroine and fellow Renaissance Woman.

The moment you give yourself permission to be the Renaissance Woman you are, you’ll feel immense relief.  You’ll find it much easier to try out a new project, knowing you are under no obligation to spend the rest of your life at it.  Once you make it ok for you to be a Renaissance Woman, you’ll become much more productive, because you can include enough of your passions into what you do, in a way that guarantees you’ll never miss out or become bored.  This is who you are, and it’s perfect!  The world needs Renaissance Women, otherwise you would not have been created the way you are.  The world would be a far less richer place if Leonardo da Vinci (who also suffered from guilt for having such a wide range of passions), Benjamin Franklin or Oprah Winfrey had ‘grown up’ and chosen one path to stick with.

Stop listening to other people, who pressure you to specialize.  You are not meant to work this way.  Remind yourself that only your permission is required when deciding what you want to do.  No-one else has the authority to make that decision for you, or tell you that you need to force yourself into the ‘one size fits all’ model that they’ve decided is right for everyone.  The more you listen to yourself, and embrace who you truly are, the easier it will become, and the richer and more abundant your life will be.  You’ll be free to create your own unique career, including many of your passions.

 

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