We have two exciting things in our newsletter today. First off there is this cool event coming up which is a Fr*ee event on Tuesday, February 16th that has very limited amount of tickets available. The second is “Money Tips!”
Tuesday’s Fr*ee Event
Roundtable for Passion Drive Entrepreneurs and Wellness Providers
- Are you a passion-driven service provider that is working hard to get your work out in the world?
- Do you feel isolated and want more support?
- Would you like to talk to other awesome people and ask questions and share resources about your practice?
Where: Two Hats Consulting (3392 Adeline Street Berkeley)
When: Tuesday, February 16th, 7 – 9 pm
Who: Passion Driven Service Providers
Here’s the short and sweet of it:
Holistic practitioners sitting around a table, chatting about wins and challenges. It’s useful. It’s fun. It’s a great support group for therapists, bodyworkers, artists, counselors, and service practitioners of all stripes.
By the end, you’ll have gained information (e.g. tips for networking, getting clients, marketing, etc.) that will help you grow your business and serve your community.
In addition to other awesome people, we’ll have a couple of experts in the room including Briana Cavanaugh of BlissYourMoney.com (money and profitability) and John VanDinther of twohatsconsulting.com (marketing and awesome web sites).
See you there!
Bliss Your Money; “Money tip”
One of the keys to dealing with your money stuff is self-trust. The reason I post on Facebook and here about how to love yourself, how to listen to that small voice inside you is that it’s the essence of you that you need to trust in order to make extraordinary decisions that make you the fabulousness that you are (or want to be) in the world.
So I want to share something I read today.
I regularly read Rob Brezny’s Free Will Astrology website (www.freewillastrology.com) and today’s horoscope seems completely appropriate.
VIRGO: “I do not trust people who don’t love themselves and yet tell me, ‘I love you,'” said author Maya Angelou. She concludes: “There is an African saying: Be careful when a naked person offers you a shirt.” With this in mind, I invite you to take inventory of the allies and relatives whose relationships are most important to you. How well do they love themselves? Is there anything you could do to help them upgrade their love for themselves? If their self-love is lacking, what might you do to protect yourself from that problem?”
What I take from this is two things: 1. being self-sourcing of my own self love and self-trust helps me see the world more clearly. And 2. that other people, including people I love often aren’t really grounded in self-love. And whether they are or aren’t, it’s up to me to make decisions for myself.
Advice and help is great, but truly if that advice or help isn’t in alignment with who you know yourself to be and where you want to go, it’s not help and support. It’s other people’s agendas getting in the way.
So I ask you, future rockstar, what can you do today to take a deep listen to your own true heart?