There is an awakening. An unfurling of women waking up to the fact that there are other possibilities for their lives. A life brimming with balance, harmony and fulfillment.

Female entrepreneurs and coaches, like you and me, are part of this new wave of energy.

We’re viewing this new lifestyle as an holistic experience, balancing our spiritual journey with a new freedom to work where and when we want. We possess the deep desire to work on our passion projects to create a profitable business that knocks the patronising smirks off certain family members and friends’ faces. (We all know that one person, right?!)

Against all the odds, women are pioneering new paths in business, dumping the corporate dress, jacket and heels and replacing them with pyjamas, unbrushed hair and a contented, knowing smile.

There are many high profile self-made female role models in the world today: Sara Blakely from SPANX, Tory Burch, Arianna Huffington, JK Rowling, Michelle Mone and, of course, Oprah. All of these women are, in some way, forging a path for women today to create a movement of thriving female entrepreneurs.

What is the common denominator between them?

Thinking big, making a difference and wanting something more (and knowing in their heart that they’re ALLOWED something more). These women have a passion to get their message into the world despite challenges, setbacks and hitting rock bottom.

And do I think women will ever rule the world?

Yes, I do! We are ruling our own tiny business kingdoms and our lives. And if Oprah really did run for President, you can bet your bottom dollar that the White House would be bursting with intelligent, wise and intuitive women creating change and supporting everyone’s success.

Love & mischief,

Kate x

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