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How do we gracefully integrate an infinite cosmic soul into a limited human body?
Where do we belong when we're "too much" for this group, but "not enough" for that group?
How do we express our originality in the sea of oneness?

Drink in what these women liberators, founders, overachievers and trailblazers have to say!

 

Blog  •  5 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Those with an unhealed inner orphan behave with money exactly like adopted children behave with food. Adopted children raised in scarcity, even if adopted into secure loving homes, continue to hoard half eaten apples under their beds or binge on meals thinking there won't be any more coming. Can you relate?

Profile  •  2 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Danika co-creates the action that liberates the inner brilliance of overachieving superwomen. She is a liberator.

First moment of enlightenment

That not everybody has to like me.

Biggest leap of faith taken in her business?

Quitting all my other myriad jobs and focusing in on creating a 1-1 coaching practice + learning how to create a sales process.

False advice being taught in her industry

That you haven't made it until you are a six figure coach.

Profile  •  3 Min Read  •  By Support

Neeru creates expeditions that liberates the passion and potential of global change makers. She is a liberator.

F*ck this shit moment

I was in a leadership position and found myself being pulled backwards by office politics. I quit on a conference call and I was done.

false advice being taught in her industry?

Online marketing sells coaching. (For my industry deep relationships always create business.)

Blog  •  2 Min Watch  •  By Ellany Lea

When we daydreamed about, stumbled upon or leapt into entrepreneurship, never did we ever declare, "When I grow up, I want to be sooooo busy that I end up in the hospital!"

Yet, in our fast paced, comparison prone culture, as we attempt to navigate business, we often get swept up by busyness, the illusion that if we just do more (even if it's random and unnecessary), we will be worth more... in the eyes of others.

This lesson guides founders, overachievers, trailblazers and entrepreneurs on:

  • how to shift your relationship with time and
  • how to set your business up for success by creating more free time.
Profile  •  3 Min Read  •  By Support

She helps businesses find their strength. She is a liberator.

false advice being taught in her industry?

False notion that social media "fame" = clients. You can start getting clients without being a social media whore.

hardest part about being a trailblazer?

You must have complete faith in what you do. The doubts will always surface but you need to let them go.

Blog  •  4 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Clients and students were asked... What is your sense of freedom and expansion like after Guide to Grace?

Now I know that I will have an online business that will feed my freedom lifestyle. I will be financially free in a few years and I will be able to do the work I love and travel and enjoy life. I won’t wait till "One Day." I am living my dream now. Small steps at a time.

Blog  •  4 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Clients and students were asked... What are the top acknowledgements you can now give yourself?

Well done for owning my power, for focusing on one thing well done at a time, and for honoring what I needed.

Profile  •  3 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Sandra co-creates, healing, engaging, connecting, and fulfilling life experiences that liberate the human spirit. She is a liberator.

one of the hardest moments of her life?

Not being able to fulfill a request from my best friend died. It was the hardest moment of my life. I’m not sure I have overcome it.

false advice being taught in her industry?

As a new business owner, I was given the advice to “say yes to everything.” What that got me was a 3 week burnout.

Blog  •  4 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Clients and students were asked... What do you know about yourself that you did not know before Guide to Grace?

I now know that I have a strong intuition. I am learning how to listen to it and follow it. This led me to you, it led me to take the leaps of faith, and to find my zone of genius. I am getting better at accessing my intuition.

Profile  •  3 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Manjir co-creates information and new ideas with the universe that liberates humanity from their old paradigms of consciousness. She is a liberator.

International Bestselling Book

Punk Science

one of the hardest moments of her life?

In 2002 I went through a bad marriage breakup where my doctor husband teamed up with my doctor parents and reported my spirituality to the medical authorities as mental illness.

Blog  •  4 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Clients and students were asked... What were your top two 'aha' moments of greatest learning?

When I have time off, I can access my genius, I can create a sustainable online business that is authentic to ME.

Profile  •  3 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Alice co-creates business and marketing strategies that liberates the passion of changemakers making a positive difference. She is a liberator.

one of the hardest moments of her life?

Making the decision to leave the city of my dreams (New York City) was very tough because I had worked my butt off to get to where I was.

false advice being taught in her industry?

Hustling. Actually health before hustling comes before everything else.

Blog  •  4 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Clients and students were asked... Where did you feel most stretched by Guide to Grace?

To slow down, make space, take time off, AND make money at the same time. There was a dip at the beginning of the year, but you held the space so tenderly, I didn't feel the fear.

Blog  •  4 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Storytelling is powerful. Telling a Hero's Journey (often, a slaying of external dragons) or a Heroine's Journey (often, a slaying of internal demons) is powerful.

So I wonder what the telling of a Liberator's Journey would look like...  From thousands of conversations, interviews and coaching sessions with our tribe of women founders, overachievers and trailblazers, this is what I've discovered :O

Blog  •  4 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Clients and students were asked... What did Guide to Grace provide you that you did not have before?

Freedom to choose and live the life I've dreamed of. To have peace and relaxation without the guilt.

Profile  •  2 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Rozana co-creates transformational learning that liberates the leadership of willing humans. She is a liberator. She lives in Saudi Arabia, is a certified coach and facilitators The Daring Way workshops. 

WHAT USED TO TERRIFY HER?

'Uncertainty & ambiguity'; 2 terrifying twins growing up. 

HARDEST PART ABOUT BEING A TRAILBLAZER?

It's a lonely process, initial milestones demand the most bravery, but mostly forgotten.. being in service is the main reward!

Blog  •  2 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Last week, I wrote about Joseph Campbell's The Hero's Journey and how it fits with lifestyle freedom for us globetrotting overachieving women freedompreneurs.

My mind understood his model, but my heart knew something was missing. I found THE missing piece when a coaching colleague posted a quote from Maureen Murdock's The Heroine's Journey. Boom!

Blog  •  4 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Clients and students were asked... What was your biggest leap of faith during Guide to Grace?

Taking a week off a month. My heart yearned for it. But I couldn't understand it - my head couldn't understand it. Now I love it!

Profile  •  2 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Anna co-creates author careers that liberate the words and businesses in need to be widely shared. She is a liberator.

FIRST PUBLISHED BOOK

Your Creative Career

false advice being taught in her industry?

Follow your passion. It's not enough to follow your passion to build a sustainable business.

Blog  •  2 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Clients and students were asked... What are your "Before” and "After" snapshots, in terms of achievements and personal growth?

Before • Feeling desperate and under the gun. Felt like I was firing a bit wildly and not sure where to aim.

After • My entire program is fleshed out and reflects my deep expression in this world. I already starting delivering that program to my ideal clients...with terrific feedback. Self-belief: I started off thinking I must be crazy, and now I know that it's exactly the kind of crazy that my people are craving :D

Blog  •  4 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Do you know Joseph Campbell's The Hero's Journey? I've been on this loopy loop many times when I moved to Rwanda, uprooted my entire life to NYC in 7 days, took my coaching business to 16 countries in 16 weeks...

Profile  •  5 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Ally co-creates individuals that liberate themselves through strength, thought and heart. She is a liberator.

Country counter

89 UN countries visited

False advice being taught in her industry?

That higher education is absolutely necessary for success.

What's next for her?

Teaching Risk Management and Aerial Silks in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

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