91- How to sell out your event or workshop

“Commitment is the little choices every day that lead to the final results we’re striving for!”

Today on the Podcast, I share the lessons I have learned from creating successful events for the past 12 months with the LWYD (Love What You D0) Collective Events!

Here are the top lessons I would love to share with you:

  • Commit to achievable goals. Give yourself time.
  • Start before you’re ready: You’re never going to feel ready
  • Commit no matter what! : Even if you only sell 2 tickets – still show up for those that are investing in you and use it to practice your skill.
    Show Up every month!
  • Dealing with the Impostor Syndrome: We all feel the impostor syndrome, especially when we push outside of our comfort zones.
  • Be Clear on who the event is for and know who you want to attract
  • Make the title and the event copy as clear as possible to entice viewers within 3-5 seconds. They need to know what they’re going to walk away with and how they will feel.
  • Protect your Energy. Preparing for the event and making space and time to prepare yourself energetically is the most important part.
  • My Top marketing tips to support the event selling out
  • My Event Rituals: How I prepare & how I reflect
  • How I debrief – My debrief questions are: What worked well? What would I do differently next time? What would I like to celebrate myself for?
  • Protect what you create!

90 – Real, Raw & Relatable with Curvy Sam. Style & Bodylove Influencer, Editor of Skorch Mag, Founder of Curvy AU.

Founder of CurvyAU  – Exclusive Community for Aussie Curvy Women

Sam uses her Influencer status across all her platforms to promote inner confidence, health, and happiness to over 30,000 Australian women each week, by sharing images of her modeling assignments, events attendance, travel and daily outfit posts.

Sam’s passion is to inspire women out there to know that their worth is not determined by their body shape. Sam has been able to grow her following through the power of stories, being confident to speak up and out about what she is passionate about. She believes she has such a large following because other women can identify with her, girl next door, genuine, warm and infectious personality who is successful, empowered, adventurous and lives life laughing.

Our conversation dives into:

  • Body Positivity
  • Comparison is the thief of joy
  • Cultivate your social platforms to inspire, uplift & bring your job
  • Practice makes perfect
  • Overthinking kills your engagement
  • Being real and sharing your real life stories
  • You never know who’s watching you and being impacted
  • The negative affects of the Influencer industry
  • Learning to say No
  • Creating an engaged following
  • The power of captions
  • How to deal with trolls and negative feedback
  • Top tips to turn your Influence into a Business
  • Investing in yourself for business growth
  • People want to see behind the scenes

Zarc Clothing

89 – Thought Leadership- is it for you?

Want to stand out in a crowded market?

How can you position yourself as the go to person in your industry?

What makes you unique? How can you stand out?

Becoming a thought leader could be your answer!

You know thought leadership isn’t just for Gary Vee, Tony Robbins and Oprah… you can be a thought leader too. 

And believe me, you want to be. 

Thought leadership is a unique way of helping you stand out in a crowded market, to help you be seen as an expert in your field and become the go to person in your industry.

This week on the podcast, I dive into what Thought Leadership is all about and how you can work towards setting yourself apart from everyone else!



88 – Sober Curious with Ruby Warrington, British Author & Thought Leader

Ruby Warrington is a British writer and thought leader currently living in Brooklyn, NY. Formerly Features Editor on the UK Sunday Times Style magazine, in 2012 she launched The Numinous, a cosmic lifestyle platform that updates all things “new age” for life in the Now Age. Ruby also works as a consultant, while other projects include “sober curious” event series Club SÖDA NYC and spiritual coaching program Moon Club.

Author of Material Girl, Mystical World, Ruby’s second book, Sober Curious, was published on December 31 2018. Offering an eye-opening new way to think about our relationship with alcohol, Sober Curious reveals the enormous benefits that come from unlearning the mindless habit of drinking and embracing the life-enhancing choice of sobriety: greater joy, clarity, confidence, and connection.

This conversation dives into:

  • Demystifying the myths of our drinking culture
  • How we can cultivate conscious drinking choices
  • Allowing the space to investigate what happens when we re-frame our relationship with alcohol and to remove the stigma that exists around sobriety and alcohol abuse.
  • Our biggest fears of not drinking and how it affects our relationships.
  • Learning to listen to and trust our intuition
  • Building true confidence without the fuel of alcohol
  • What if consciously choosing a more sober life meant feeling “high” more of the time
  • How to break the pattern of mindless habit of reaching for a drink

Connect further with Ruby Here:



Numnious – Modern Spirituality platform

Check out her Book Sober Curious

87 – The importance of Play

Are you a workaholic? Take things seriously and know exactly what needs to be done before you have time to relax and enjoy life? Do you think taking time out is just a distraction from working on the important stuff?

Happiness is not a destination and life is meant to be lived, not just worked!

More and more scientific studies are showing that the power of play is just as magical for adults as it is for kids. And as creative heart-centered entrepreneurs, we need an outlet to be able to stay on top of our game and keep dreaming up new ideas and being creative every day.

So I’m going to take you through 6 important reasons why you should be adding more play into your day!

Play enhances our sense of wellbeing

Playing releases endorphins, the feel-good chemicals that help us feel happy and enjoy our lives. Supports a positive disposition and helps us see the positive side of everything! The strong endorphin rush of playing a game you enjoy or just being silly for no reason counteracts the effects of the stress hormone, cortisol, that can leave you feeling sluggish or depressed – so it combats stress which is a proven fact.

Play improves your Relationships

Playing games with other human beings helps us experience more connection which is one our human core needs. By playing a game, be that a board game, a sport of some kind, with family and friends strengthens your bond and builds trust.

Playing together regularly builds trust, as we start to understand that our friends and teammates have our back and we’ll take care of them, too.

Laughing also releases oxytocin, the chemical that helps us feel connected to another person. So what better way to play than to laugh with friends and family.

Having a pillow fight with your significant other can help bring you closer together by letting you be less serious and bringing out the fun, spontaneous side that you originally fell in love with, as studies have shown that playfulness makes us more attractive.

Could you be more playful at work? Not only does this boost connection with your colleagues but encourages comradery and a supportive atmosphere.

It also boosts your productivity, reduces stress because you can start to see work collegues in a different light and see that they are human as well.

Play boosts your Energy

A 5 minute dance party for sure restores my vitality, gives me a boost and helps me let go of stagnant energy of sitting in front of a computer

Play supports our immune system. Even going outside for a stretch and some movement has been proven to increase perceived energy levels. But even playing a game inside can be better than a cup of coffee if you’re feeling low—firing off different connections in your brain and trying something new stimulates both your brain and your body to perk up.

So taking a quick walk around the block, going for a swing at the park is enough to shift your energy and boost it for the rest of the day without the highs and lows of a coffee habit.

It boosts Creativity

Taking some time to play tops up the domamine in our brain so we can have more conscious problem solving thought and opens up the creativity centres of the brain.

The more you allow yourself to play, the more that kind of creative thinking will permeate your whole life.

Play Improves Brain Function

How can you use play to make your brain work harder? Playing strategic games like chess, crosswords or solitare, can help to form new connections in the brain, keeps your brain young and active, , firing up those neurons and ensuring that you stay sharp, helping to prevent aging affects,

Use it or lose it

So what’s one thing you’ve been dying to try?

Play improves your happiness

Every time you succeed at something, it boosts your confidence and happiness and it helps to train your brain for positive emotion.
What’s your default? Try shaking your ass and not smiling. We need to train our brains to experience more positive emotion so the default is happy, not sad, playful not stressed, curious not fearful.

86- Transform your Fear

Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you.

How is fear holding you back and keeping you playing it safe? Fear is a natural part of our human experience and if we don’t change the relationship we have with it then it can control our every move.

Want to transform your fear and create the life you want?

In today’s episode you will learn;

  • How to illuminate the filter in the brain to create awareness
  • How to identify where fear is keeping you playing small
  • How to identify your limiting beliefs
  • Allow fear to be present without controlling us
  • How to change your limiting beliefs to create a different outcome
  • Prove fear wrong to break the cycle
  • Learn to feel the fear and take it with you

I mention these amazing books during today’s episode:

May cause miracles by Gabrielle Bernstein

Feel the fear and do it anyway! by  Susan Jeffers

For more information on my Business Empowerment Program check out the information here:

85 – Growth is us doing something different with Naomi from The Lifestyle Edit

Naomi The Lifestyle edit
Marketing expert, international speaker and business coach, Naomi Mdudu works with creative female founders who want to make a living doing what they love.

Naomi believes that we are the masters of our own destiny; that we have the power to make our lives and businesses look exactly as we want them to; that audacious goals are worth striving for and that successful businesses come from alignment, not hustle.

Our conversation dives into:

How to grow and scale your business

Implementation paralysis to taking Aligned action

Sitting with the discomfort and understanding the differences in fear and proactively seeking out the opportunities to push past the fear

Defining success throughout the journey as you evolve

The power of money mindset – are your limiting beliefs stopping your clients from investing in you?

Getting curious with failure

Don’t scale the problem

Vehicle of transformation to fulfil the compelling desire of your people

Empowering questions support the up leveling experience

How are you nurturing your people?

How to redefine your business to prepare for scaling

Surrendering and allowing others to step into their power

How can you make the biggest contribution to your business?

How analysing the numbers can be the most empowering step

What you’re missing in your marketing copy that could make all the difference

Naomi spent the majority of her career working as a fashion editor in national newspapers in London where her true education came from navigating the delicate balancing act between the storytelling of editorial and the commercial engine that kept that possible. As a business strategist, Naomi worked with some of the leading names in the fashion and lifestyle industry on creating compelling campaigns and activations. She now makes those strategies and insights available for the start-ups and solopreneurs that need them through her work as a business strategist and coach.
Today, entrepreneurs hire Naomi to provide them with the clarity and action steps necessary to grow and scale their businesses. Her super power lies in taking the product or service they have worked hard to create and giving them the tools they need to stand out in a crowded market so that their ideal clients can find them.
Media Links:

Mentions: The Desire map by Danielle Laporte,
Playing big by Tara Mohr, The E Myth by Micheal Gerber. Start up school with Seth Godin

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