Use your challenges to solve problems, and create security, stability and freedom. Here's how—

We can use this to show up.
To solve problems.
To get creative.
We can make this part of the reason for our being.
What gets us out of bed early in the morning.
And has us staying up late at night.
Thinking, dreaming, creating.

One of the insights I’ve gained over the years,
From mentors who care,
Coaches,
Guides,
Startups,
Founders,
Entrepreneurs,
Sometimes even corporations,
Is this:
Those who have a problem they seek to solve from a place of service,
Usually, for someone else,
And get out of their head—
Stop wondering if they are good enough,
Stop buying into personal limitations—
And instead, obsessing over their customer,
Or the person they seek to serve,
Make the world go around and are the most successful.

Though empathising,
Exploring,
Questioning,
Problem-solving
Hypothesizing,
Inventing,
Innovating,
Testing,
Iterating,
Navigating and
Activating,
We can come up with creative, fun solutions.

The outcome of every challenge or struggle can be turned into a gift or opportunity.
Start by rewriting the story or narrative, to be of service —
In your business, to turn a profit,
And in your personal life, to have an impact on others.
To influence the person, you seek to serve,
That you must serve and help—
The person you were put on the planet for.
Get paid to have a positive impact on the world.

Use your gifts, tell a story, build an audience.
Book your strategy call here.

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I help people unlearn stuff that isn’t workable and design behaviour which guides them towards fulfilment, freedom & flow.

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I help people unlearn stuff that isn’t workable and design behaviour which guides them towards fulfilment, freedom & flow.

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