January was pretty much a write-off (and I know I'm not alone in taking a while to get going), so I'm declaring February as the real new year. Here are my intentions and word for the year ahead.
Today I’m chatting with the lovely Shantini Rajah all about her intuitive emotional writing technique – how it can be used for self-healing as well as a powerful boost to our copy and how it connects with readers. We talk about the importance of shadow work, how to get into the right emotion before you start writing, and the power of a single breath.
Today I’m chatting with Kelsey Mech, a clinical counsellor and trauma therapist, who is passionate about exploring the intersections between mental health and living a more intentional life. We talk about how anxiety and self-doubt show up in our creative work and businesses, being authentic and having boundaries, the societal expectations that impact our mental health, letting go of the shoulds and working on our own version of success, and meeting yourself where you’re at to make positive changes when navigating all of this.
2020 was the year I started singing lessons, dyed my hair pink, sold my old business, and hit new levels with this one. Not to mention the year we all lived through a pandemic, and all the physical and emotional upheaval that came with that. Here is my review.
Today I'm sharing a simple but powerful mindset shift that I believe has made a huge difference in the growth of my business and in finding what I truly want to do. This was originally delivered live in my Facebook group (Quietly Ambitious Business Owners – come join us!) where I'm doing a short live every day in December.
Note: My group mentoring programme Rise is now open and applications are closing Thursday December 17th. Find out more here: https://ruthpoundwhite.com/group-mentoring-contact/
Today I’m chatting with Fiona Thomas all about why raising rates is good for our mental health. We touch on what happens when we undercharge, why we undercharge, how to feel confident enough to charge more, and all the wonderful reasons why you (probably) should charge more.