Being a Heart Centred Entrepreneur – What Does Your Client Agreement Say About You? Law is not the easiest of professions. Trust me, we do not come to our profession with creativity, empathy and heart space as a priority. Creativity and heart-centeredness is beaten out of us at law school and then the demands of … Read more Mindset, Relationship, and Life Coaches – how well is your client agreement written?
This is difficult to write… but write it I must. Tonight, like so many other business women, I am feeling very stressed, overwhelmed and so tired. The most positive thing I can summon energy for is hot milo on coconut milk and Bloodline on Netflix and my couch. Normally when I am feeling stressed, I just … Read more I am Woman. I am Human. I am a Legal Practitioner.
Connecting With a Heart-Centred Laywer I’ve always embraced my creativity and ability to look at things from a different perspective, all while keeping to the rules. I’m sure you can appreciate; rules and regulations are critical in the legal space. Being a registered legal practitioner means that compliance in how I offer my services to … Read more Engaging a Private Legal Firm versus connecting with a Heart-Centred Lawyer
A new financial year is here! So, I took some time to reflect on my business, remembering where I started and reframe how I am feeling about the next 12 months. Back in 2016, I did my first of two webinars on legal for start-ups (“Do I need legals for that?”). From that webinar and … Read more Reflecting on Business – Then and Now – And Reframing Direction
Valued At Pricing “Valued At” pricing is something you will see a lot, especially online. It often looks something like this: “Purchase now for $97 (valued at $597): “Early Bird Price $97 (Value $497)” “Buy now $450 (Value $3500)” I’ll bet you’ve seen this before. You might even have done it for your own business. … Read more The Law About “Valued At” Pricing
It is all too common that setting up legals are a lower priority for new business owners. So why should legals be a priority in start up phase? And why are they so often avoided? This question was raised by members of a business mastermind in which I participate as a legal coach and mentor. … Read more Why start-ups avoid setting up legals
Stand up for yourself and carry on. Business, especially your own, can be a minefield of challenges. All business come across challenges sooner or later during their operation. Difficult clients, unreliable suppliers are just a few of those challenges. Just the changes you have to deal with on a day to day basis when you’re … Read more 5 Sure-fire Ways To Stand Up For Yourself In Business
What Is Self-Advocacy? Self-advocacy is a passion of mine and an important aspect of my work. I love working with my clients and help them learn what is self-advocacy and how they can be a better advocate for themselves, in the context of their business. Every time I speak to a client about their business, … Read more What Is Self-Advocacy In Business?
Boundaries are a big game changer in business. When you know what you are prepared to do, and importantly what you are not prepared to put up with, you start to feel confident to put those rules and regulations out there for your clients (current and potential) to view and consider. It’s when this starts … Read more Why start-ups struggle to define boundaries in their business