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There are so many health benefits to adult doodling that it should become a permanent prescription from the doctor… or from your local kinesiologist!

Colouring in is not just for children. Are there areas of your life that feel out of balance. Spending some time with colour and focus may assist in creating balance and harmony on the body!

Top benefits of adult colouring

  1. Your brain enters a meditative state and by doing so experiences relief.
  2. Lowered stress and anxiety levels
  3. There is no focus on negative thoughts as you become busy with colours and shapes
  4. Mindfulness is achieved by being in the moment focusing only on the colouring task
  5. It provides a release and relief from the demands of technology
  6. People from all walks of life and all levels of creativity can do this
  7. It’s a hobby that you can do anywhere!

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2020’s Gutsy Goals for your Business

If you have a sideline business or want to start one, this workbook may help you set some gutsy goals for growth.

Download this workbook and work through it at your own time!

If you need help with setting goals for your business, I would love to assist you and help you remain accountable for reaching those goals.

Speak to me about my session packages! I am offering a buy 2 and get 3 package for the month of January 2020. 3 coaching sessions live or online for only R1000! Say whaaat?

Now offering wedding blessings as part of my service.

I am super honoured to provide wedding blessings from 2020.

What is this you may ask?

As a public speaker and Infinite Possibilities Facilitator, I create love-filled spaces for people who are wanting to experienced a “different” wedding day .

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Sound Wash – a new offering

Sound wash. Our physical bodies are light and sound brought together in dense matter. Working with sound and light and colours assist in improving your access to your bodies innate (in-born) ability to heal itself. We heal ourselves all the time without knowing it. The innate system is online all the time. We are very often not aware or conscious of how to use this system.

We (you and I together 🤩) work on your bio field and find densities which make the tuning forks ring out a dissonant sound. We are constantly working towards resonance. The forks are then used to clear any dense/dissonant areas and allows the energy you need to flow in and out of your energy field to do so with great improvement.

Don’t Wait, Create: Radical Giving in Your Content

One simple way you can practice radical giving in your business is to be generous with your content marketing. Instead of making all of your content focused on you and what you can do, focus on providing value to your readers or listeners. Here are a few easy ideas you can use to create content that serves…

Curate Content from Other Bloggers

Don’t be afraid to tell your community about the bloggers you admire or link to their amazing content. You can’t serve everyone and even if you could, that would quickly get exhausting. There’s more than enough attention and applause to go around, so take some time to focus on content curation.

Curating valuable content lets you share brilliant ideas and fresh insights with your community. Plus, it gives you a chance to introduce your audience to experts in your niche that they should follow.

Interview Industry Leaders

Another way to practice radical giving in your business is to interview industry leaders. You can do this through podcast episodes or by creating webinars where you feature an authority on their area of expertise.

When it comes to interviewing others, create a list of questions. Try to avoid questions that can be answered with a simple yes or no.

Instead, make sure your questions invite detailed responses from your interviewees. Generally, questions that start with “How…?” or “Why…?” get the most interesting answers and can create thought-provoking conversations.

Add A Bonus to a Great Product

When you find a product you’d like to promote to your community, go the extra mile and give back. Offer a juicy bonus that only your buyers will get. This bonus could be a short report, an audio course, access to an upcoming webinar, or any other product you can think of.

The important thing to do with this is to make sure your bonus is relevant to the actual product being sold. For example, a great bonus for a product all about Facebook Advertising would be 50 Facebook-ready images.

Promote Others on Social Media

Don’t be afraid to use social media to promote others in your industry. If you’re reading a great article that is challenging the way you view your niche, tweet about it. If you stumble on a funny video that you think your community will relate to, share it on Facebook.

Make sure to tag the original creator on social media so they’ll see your promotion and be encouraged. You also want to do this so your audience will be able to clickthrough and follow the thought leader you’re linking to.

Therese Kienast of Radical Leadership recommends that online business owners create more content. She says, “Don’t wait, create!” If you wait, you’re less likely to follow through and publish excellent content.

Instead, try to capture inspiration the moment it strikes. If you can’t right then, try to do it as soon as possible. This will keep your enthusiasm and energy revved up as you create and share your new content.

Questions to ask to become a radical giver

Brandy had built a successful online business as a web designer but she found herself wanting to stretch and grow. She was hungry to do something new and when she came across the idea of becoming a radical giver in business, the idea resonated with her.

She shared it with her mastermind group and asked for suggestions on how she could find opportunities to give back to others. Another member, Linda, advised Brandy to ask three key questions to determine how she could radically give…

What Do You Know?

Sometimes, giving back can be as easy as creating a list of things you already know how to do. For example, if you’ve set up membership websites for your clients, then you may already be familiar with software like aMember Pro. You could browse Facebook groups and forums to find users asking questions about this software and answer them.

Don’t think this is just about the software you use though. You’ll also want to consider what skills you have. If you’re great at copywriting, then you could review another entrepreneur’s sales page and give her feedback on how to improve it.

Who Can You Help?

You may already have an idea of the community you’d like to help. When Tricia got started online she was a single mom with a tiny budget. As she looked for a way to give back, she would take other broke single moms under her wing. She’d spend a year with her intern, teaching her how to put together an online business.

Of course, this doesn’t mean that you can only help a narrow demographic. You can give back to anyone you choose. But if you’re passionate about helping a certain community, lean into that instinct and trust it.

How Can You Assist?

Sometimes, helping others may be simple like converting a file to a PhotoShop format for a business friend that isn’t skilled at graphics the way you are. In other situations though, you may find yourself wanting to give more in-depth help like mentoring or coaching someone else.

But before you commit to helping others, consider your own life and what season you’re in. If you’re in the middle of a huge move and you’re about to welcome your second child, you probably don’t have time to extensively mentor someone else. That’s OK.

There are plenty of ways to give back that don’t require investing a lot of time. You can write a ‘thank you’ note to someone who helped you grow your business, promote a product offer for a struggling solopreneur, or join a giveaway event.

Becoming a radical giver is fun and energizing. It can give you ideas for new websites, inspiration for your current projects, and help you spot fresh solutions for your clients.

Developing the Radical Giver Mindset

Deidre joined a business group on Facebook where members read a business book each month. Every Monday, the group leader uses Facebook Live to start an interactive discussion about the book.

Over the past month, Deidre’s group has been reading The Go-Giver by Bob Burg and John David Mann. When the group leader started their usual livestream, she asked if anyone was struggling.

Deidre quickly shared that she was. “I grew up in a single parent household. My mom struggled just to make ends meet every month. I like the idea of being a radical giver but I’m worried there’s just not enough goodness in the world to go around.”

Deidre isn’t alone. Many online business owners struggle to become radical givers despite really wanting to. The problem is often linked to a poverty mindset. Here are three beliefs that keep you stuck in poverty and how to overcome them:

Poverty Mindset #1: There’s Not Enough to Go Around

When you believe that there is a limit to the money or goodness available in the world, you can approach every situation with a belief that you must hoard things. You have to hold tightly to your money, your time, and your gifts.

But what if you flipped the script? Instead of telling yourself there’s not enough to go around, embrace the belief that there’s more than enough to share.

What you focus on will always expand. That means if you focus on one belief, it will become self-fulfilling. The more you tell yourself there’s enough to go around, the more your life and business will begin to reflect this belief.

Poverty Mindset #2: Helping Others Shine Means I Can’t Shine

It’s easy to think that if other people are awesome, you can’t be awesome, too. That’s because most people imagine the world as a small stage where only a few, truly gifted entrepreneurs can show off their talents.

But in reality, the stage is big enough to support everyone. In fact, your brand or product could be exactly what someone else needs. Instead of viewing other entrepreneurs or brands as your competition, see them as your friends. Going solo is lonely but a journey with friends? That’s so much fun!

Poverty Mindset #3: I Need to Take on Every Client or Project

Sometimes, a poverty mindset can show up as taking on every client or project that comes your way. It often stems from the fear that if you don’t, you might lose out on money or experience.

But the problem with this belief is that it keeps you from doing your best work. If a project comes along that’s not a terrific fit for you, say no. When you do this, you open up room in your business for projects that truly light you up.

Moving past a poverty mindset and becoming a radical giver isn’t something you can do overnight. It often takes a few months of practice and the support from a loving community of like-minded business owners. But rest assured that if you stay focused, you can embrace a new mindset.

What is a Radical Giver?

What Is a Radical Giver?

Amy wanted to quit her job so she could spend more of time with her twin boys. So, she began to look into work-at-home opportunities. She heard about the virtual assistant industry and knew it’d be a great fit for her.

She started a website, began blogging and became active on social media. But after almost six months, all she had were a handful of low-paying clients that didn’t seem to respect her. She was frustrated and wondering whether she should give up when she met Catherine, a coach for virtual assistants.

Catherine was offering a free discovery session to prospective clients, so Amy took her up on the offer. During the call, Amy shared her frustrations about becoming a virtual assistant. While they were talking, Catherine reviewed Amy’s website and social media accounts. She explained that Amy wasn’t serving anyone but herself.

Radical Givers Serve

“Your business does exist to make money, absolutely,” Catherine shared, “But it should also be about serving your community. You need to discover how you can help your clients rather than chasing dollars aimlessly.”

Radical givers in business are entrepreneurs that want to do more than simply make a profit—they want to make a difference, too. Whether you’re serving your clients as a virtual assistant or selling digital products and memberships, you can practice radical giving.

Radical Givers Focus

Amy signed up for coaching with Catherine later that week. Even though it was a big investment, she knew Catherine’s guidance could help her grow her business. The first thing Catherine did was work with Amy so she could discover the types of clients she wanted to work with.

One thing that sets radical givers apart is their focus. That’s because radical givers know who they want to serve. They have a target audience in mind that they’re excited about giving back to and are passionate about serving them.

Radical Givers Invest

Once Amy knew who her ideal clients were, she made a list of places where these ideal clients spent time online including Facebook groups and LinkedIn groups. Then she joined these groups and began investing time in the groups.

She answered business questions, joined in the discussions, and made sure to welcome new members to the community. As Amy put her roots deep into the groups, she began attracting her ideal clients and earning a much higher hourly rate.

She asked her coach why she was attracting so much positive attention and Catherine said, “People are naturally attracted to givers. When you’re generous with others, they want to be generous in return. Kindness always comes back to you.”

Being a radical giver in business doesn’t mean that you never make a cent or that you have to work for below average rates. You can earn a lot of money and still be a radical giver. It just means that you’re dedicated to your clients and customers. You’re willing to go the extra mile and you truly care about the community you’re serving.

Fear is just a room you need to walk through.

I received a powerful message from spirit this morning during Savasna (the last pose when you lie on the floor and focus inwardly) as my yoga class was finishing.

The key to a long and happy life is expanding on every level. Stretching your body and stretching your mind, stretching new areas of your life, stretching your will power and stretching to reach your dreams.

Stretching yourself to move through fear (this is where I started feeling tearful). Fear is a room you can go to at any time. Enter the room and touch all four walls, see that they are just walls that you have built, stare at the ceiling and see through it to the wide expanse of the universe and see how small that room really is. Why would you want to stay in such a small room? Then imagine the most beautiful ornate door and walk through it, touching the wood, seeing the carvings, seeing the blessing and close it softly behind you. Fear is just a room you need to walk through. Through that door lies a new expanded you. Walking through it means you are expanding, the universe is expanding and this is why we are here, to expand.