Visionary Woman Spotlight - Adria DeCorte The Messenger to the Messengers

Adria DeCorte, M.S., is a Message Clarity Coach, helping women coaches uncover the marketing message that lights them up and communicates the value in their work so they can serve more people, scale their business, and start a movement. A TEDx speaker and former architect turned plant ecologist, she's shared her own voice on over 30 podcasts, radio, and video shows. She is the creator of the group program Get Clear, Get Clients, host of the Unforgettable Podcast, and her expert advice has been featured on the Huffington Post and the Fox Morning News Las Vegas. On weekends, she can be found hiking around her hometown Las Vegas with her fur-child Lexi the doberman.

Here are a few of the big topics we talked about:

  • Kelly introduces Adria DeCorte

  • Adria and Kelly discuss what it means to be a visionary woman.

  • Adria’s path to her current message was not a straight one, and it is ever-evolving.

  • We’re all put here on this earth to feel MORE than good enough - the ladies discuss how they each do this for themselves.

  • Negative feelings and why it’s okay to have those negative feelings, instead of just zeroing on positive feelings.

  • If something doesn’t feel right, instead of forcing the positive thoughts, consider why it doesn’t feel right.

  • Adria’s calls herself a messenger and she shares that her message often evolves throughout her life.

  • Perfectionism and how it holds back your message from the world.

  • Your mission is greater than this discomfort.

  • Adria shares the path her mission has taken.

  • The ladies discuss whether everyone is a messenger.

  • If you want to uncover what your message is, Adria is providing this freebie to walk you through it.

  • Adria shares how she has connected with her message in the past.

  • Kelly shares how she’s been connecting with her Inner Voice and message.

  • Adria shares what her Inner Voice is asking of her.

In Adria’s Voice:

“I was being called to use my voice and to support other women in a much more direct way, in a way where I could make things happen.”

“I didn't know what my message was. I just knew I had something to say.”

“I'm a huge believer of is that clarity in business and in life, it's a continual evolution.”

“When I notice myself starting to get drained, I start blocking opportunities, start blocking people from working with me because I'm like, oh, I don't really want to do that, then I start to notice my inner voice is saying something to me and that it’s letting me know that there is an evolution about to happen.”

“You are continually evolving, and that the way to feel aligned in your life is to find what is in alignment for you at this moment, and to let the future take care of itself.”

“My natural instinct is to work on everything in my head, in private, until it's perfect, and then put it out into the world. It does take a lot of courage to step out and say, okay, this is what it is, and this is what it is for now, and I might change my mind.”

“My mission is greater than the discomfort.”

“We get into this space where we don't feel good enough in our business, because it seems like what's supposed to work isn't working. It's not that you're not talented, it's just that you don't know how to communicate in a way that connects with your people.”

“My inner voice has been asking me, kind of loudly actually, to really be able to focus my energy on directly supporting the people who are messengers. On being able to have that ripple effect more deeply than me just using my message by helping others birth their messages.”

Connect with Adria:

Adria’s Website

Message Clarity Kit

Adria’s Podcast


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The Mindset of Transformation with Corinne Crabtree

Corinne Crabtree is the founder of and host of the podcast Losing 100lbs with Phit-N-Phat. She lost 100lbs after battling obesity since the age of 9. Simple, healthy changes she made in her mind and life has helped her keep the weight off for 12 years. She learned how to love exercise, enjoy eating healthy, and worked on believing in herself without fail. The belief she COULD change her life was the key to learning what she needed TO change. Now she works with overweight women helping them lose their mental weight with the same small steps that helped her.

Here are a few of the big topics we talked about:

  • Kelly introduces Corinne and asks her to share how she learned that mindset is so powerful in her life.

  • Journaling and how important it’s been on Corinne’s journey.

  • Removing shame from the process of losing weight and getting her mindset right.

  • Look inward to figure out why you keep stopping yourself from achieving whatever it is you want.

  • Change is possible, even in the toughest moments.

  • We get so afraid of failure that we tell ourselves we don’t know how to do something.

  • Tapping into your inner wisdom by journaling first thing in the morning.

  • What will allow you to finish the day proud?

  • The ladies discuss a few of their favorite journaling prompts.

  • Mindset = the action = result

  • Drop the massive to-do list and work on your mindset and belief in yourself.

  • Being committed to the changes that you want to make within yourself.

  • Most people are overeating because they want to escape some kind of emotion, avoid some kind of emotion, or create some kind of emotion that they’re not already getting.

  • Mental Weight and what Corinne means by that term.

  • How Corinne overcame her victim mentality.

  • Corinne shares what her Inner Voice is asking of her.

In Corinne’s Voice:

“I decided that I would never do anything that I wasn’t willing to keep doing for the rest of my life. I didn’t look for a diet.”

“I didn’t allow myself to think that anything I was doing was not enough. I just started saying that everything I do, I just needed to do a little bit better the next day."

“I started with a fundamental belief that change was possible and what I had been telling myself wasn’t working.”

“We get so afraid that we’re gonna fail that we tell ourselves we don’t know how rather than “I need to fail over and over again so I can figure out what that right way is.”

“Our brains get very messy. And when our thoughts are not put into some kind of order, it’s very hard to find the ones that you want to access.”

“I can ask myself one question: is this gonna help you finish today proud?”

“For me, feeling proud is all about knowing that I’m balancing life in a way that is not just about how much money I make; it’s not about how many things on my to-do list I got done and things like that. It’s more about are you really proud?”

“I was a victim to everything. I blamed everything. I was a happy person. I was the kind of person that everybody loved being around. But in my mind, the reason I wasn’t able to lose weight was always someone else’s fault. It’s my genes’ fault; my history growing up; my lack of success. I was so focused on taking no responsibility for it that I took no responsibility for it.”

Connect with Corinne:

Corinne’s Website

Corinne’s Free Course




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Jen Vertanen on Loneliness

Jen Vertanen is a coach, mentor, speaker, and writer who is encouraging people to share the hard stories and start to heal the places that hurt. Jen knows the power of telling your story (hers stems from an emotionally abusive childhood) so often that the shame starts to fade away. 

Jen is also the creator and host of the podcast Going There with Jen Vertanen where she shares intimate conversations with people working to heal the places that hurt. She reminds people that we are never alone even though it oftentimes feels like it. 

Known for her candor, willingness to go there (especially when it’s uncomfortable), humor, and openness, Jen is often thanked for asking the hard to answer questions and exploring the dark bits – even when (especially when?) it’s awkward. 

Here are a few of the big topics we talked about:

  • Kelly introduces Jen and asks her to describe what loneliness is to her.

  • The story of Jen’s loneliness; how she identified it and how she began to overcome it.

  • Jen explains why it can be so hard to reach out to make connections when we’re feeling lonely.

  • Shame often plays a large role in loneliness.

  • Jen remembers the post she put on Facebook that spoke about her loneliness and began her healing process.

  • Jen’s support network and how they help her.

  • What it means to mirror for someone.

  • Jen talks about how she went from thinking she wasn’t good enough to have a network to honoring who she really was.

  • Kelly’s five year old you, meditation

  • Why we need to take time to mother ourselves.

  • Self-Compassion - by Kristen Neff

  • Jen shares some of her self-mothering practices.

  • Jen describes what loneliness can lead to if not “treated.”

  • It takes digging and excavating to get to the root of what is causing the loneliness.

  • Jen uncovers how she learned that she was worthy.

  • The not so pleasant parts of our life, that shape who we are, Jen calls Silver Linings.

  • Jen shares what her Inner Voice is telling her to do.

In Jen’s Voice:

“Loneliness is filled with shame. It's filled with embarrassment and heartache. Who wants to say, ‘I have no friends?’ Who wants to say, ‘I feel isolated. I don't feel connected?’”

“It's hard to say, ‘My heart feels broken and lonely.’"

“I think it was a moment of bravery or just putting it out there of like, ‘Hey, I suffer from loneliness. You'd never guess it, that's okay. My guess is there are others that are lonely. Either comment here or privately and we'll go from there.’"

“It's knowing that I can reach out and say, ‘I'm not doing okay today. I would like some lifting up.’ And knowing that the person receiving it is not judging but wants to help lift me up, and that I will do the same for them.”

“I'm very good at reading people. I think that comes from an emotionally abusive childhood. You have to become good at reading people for survival.”

“I would attend retreats and I would be with groups of women and I had no clue. I was able to hold tremendous space for them and they mirrored that back to me, that I was in this very safe, very comfortable, loving, space for them to share openly.”

“Loneliness is isolation and not feeling connected. I question how on earth can you be a good mother, a good friend, a good partner, spouse, employee, employer, all of it. If you're thinking that way you are fooling yourself and it's exhausting.”

“One ginormous silver lining is that I am now able to have more empathy, more perspective, more understanding, more of everything so that I can go forward and try to help someone be and feel less alone.”

Connect with Jen:


Podcast: Going There with Jen Vertanen



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A New Model for Love with Isabell Springer

Dr. Isabell Springer is a marriage and relationship therapist and a lifelong rule-breaker. Her divorce set her on a path to revolutionize the field of self-help and construct a new model for love. Passionate about personal growth and tired of the trial and error approach, Isabell founded LovEd, a self-improvement company committed to revolutionizing the way we love ourselves and others. She believes, when people have the courage to heal themselves they can become the people they were meant to be. When she’s not busy changing the game of love, she’s cleaning a litter box and raising a son to be an extraordinary human.

Here are a few of the big topics we talked about:

  • Kelly introduces Isabell and they dive right into the interview.

  • Isabell shares the story of how she has always been a rule-breaker.

  • The cultural conditioning that teaches us, as children, that we are not lovable.

  • Isabell shares how she create her New Model for Love and how she uses it to heal relationships.

  • Kelly asks Isabell to dive into how emotional maturity comes into play in a relationship.

  • Isabell’s program teaches us how to identify where I baggage comes from and how to handle it.

  • Self-awareness is the best way to truly create and develop a relationship.

  • Isabell’s work shows couples who have years invested how to identify what’s working and what’s not and she provides the tools you need to heal and re-create your relationship.

  • We don’t even know what baggage we’re carrying that can undermine our success.

  • Intuition is basically our old wiring.

  • Our ability to hear our inner voice is directly tied to how emotionally mature we are.

  • It’s important to know our value and our worth.

  • Isabell shares what her inner voice is telling her to do.

In Isabell’s Voice:

“You have to break rules in order to stand up for lots of things. Letting go of being polite, and doing the "right thing", or what culture says is the right thing, and listening to your inner voice, and listening to and embracing what you believe is your truth, and just standing up for what is your truth.”

“The message is that even to our own self detriment, when we sacrifice what we need and what we want, and what's important to us in order to have someone like us, or accept us, for being the measure for our value and our worth, we then abandon ourselves. We lose ourselves.”

“Every love relationship is comprised of two components, and that is romantic attraction, and emotional maturity.”

“Emotional maturity is the awareness of self, and your impact on others.”

“All of these experiences that we're all experiencing on some level and some kind of variation growing up, unless we're tending to that and being able to identify that and heal those past impactful experiences, we are inadvertently dragging them unconsciously into our love relationships.”

“Emotional maturity is something that we can grow, if we grow it on purpose.”

Connect with Isabell:






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The Power of Rest

In today's solo episode, I'm sharing my own story about how I had to learn the important lesson of the power of rest. It wasn't learned easily OR quickly, but it was finally learned deeply! I hope this resonates with you as you navigate your choices about what to say yes and no to.

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What's Your Story

So often we experience life through the lens of the story we are telling ourselves about who we are or who we need to be. This can be debilitating and will steal our joy. Today I share why it is so valuable to be open to a different story - a story that will empower you and help you to own and love all of who you are.

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Natalie Matushenko on Living Your Passion

Natalie Matushenko is an internationally acclaimed leadership coach, writer, adventurer, and creator of the Passion & Purpose Life Course®, which helps soulful go-getters figure out what they were put on this Earth to do and turn their many ideas, talents and passions into successful purpose driven businesses and creative projects while creating lives they love. Natalie is living her dream life, splitting her time between South America and the US and spending a couple months a year traveling the world with her husband and three daughters.

Here are a few of the big topics we talked about:

  • Natalie shares how she went from Wharton School of Business to traveling the world, discovering what she was truly meant to do.

  • Taking Psychology classes led to Natalie’s eventual work as a coach.

  • Natalie and her family travel between South America and the US

  • Why it’s so hard to recognize why we limit ourselves.

  • If you could wave a magic wand and your life could be whatever you wanted it to be, what would you choose?

  • Our dreams and path can ebb and flow, but get clear on what you want.

  • Natalie is a firm believer in taking inspired action!

  • Ways that Natalie recommends building your faith.

  • Natalie shares some of her daily practices.

  • Parenting is one of the things that can teach us the most, but also one of the things that can take you away from your spiritual center.

  • “After the Ecstasy, the Laundry” - Jack Kornfield

  • How Natalie helps her clients connect with what they were put on earth to do.

  • Natalie shares what her inner voice is asking her to do.

In Natalie’s Voice:

“Something in me wanted freedom, peace and adventure, that I felt on that year of backpacking and I was determined to figure out what my thing is and start doing it.”

“When we're little,  we think our parents are gods. You know and the adults around us and society around us is God, they're the all knowing and we take in all of what they present us with, the good and the not so helpful”

“If you could wave a magic wand and make your life as great as it could be, what would it be?”

“I'm a huge, huge believer in inspired action. Just start taking action. Start moving the energy and the way opens, you will start seeing what works, what doesn't work, the right person and opportunity and circumstances.”

“Over the years I came to realize that as I go within and really hear the voice of my intuition and honor it, it never leads me astray.”

“My process in working with people tends to start with getting clear on what you really want and taking inspired action, working the mindset, working the fears that come up, working all the obstacles that come up as clients continue to learn more about themselves and take more inspired action.”

Connect with Natalie:


Natalie’s Interview Series





Perfectionism Revisited

In today's solo episode I'll revisit how perfectionism can hold us back and where it flared up in my own life recently!!

If perfectionism is something you struggle with (can I get an AMEN??), be sure to check out my Overcoming Perfectionism course. It will be on sale for all recovering perfectionists for $29 through the end of January 2018!! 

Don't forget that January is my month of connection! Shoot me an email at and let me know if perfectionism is something that you deal with. You can also connect with me on Instagram (@kellyjcovert).

Carly Mentlik of The Inner Rainbow Project

Carly Mentlik has been teaching, counseling and creating curriculum and programs for children, tweens and teens for more than 15 years. Carly has a bachelor’s dual degree in special and elementary education and a master’s degree in counseling with a specialization in girls' emotional and social development, both from New York University. Carly integrates Western psychology and education approaches with her trainings in Eastern mindfulness, yoga, chakras and creative expression modalities. She founded the Inner Rainbow Project and created the Chakra Girls, with the mission to empower young girls with the confidence-building tools needed along their path through adolescence.

Here are a few of the big topics we talked about:

  • Carly shares what the Inner Rainbow Project is, who it helps, and how she created the program.

  • How we can do the inner work, and help the young girls around us learn to never dim their light.

  • Both Carly and Kelly share some vulnerable stories from their childhood.

  • By learning to speak your truth, you can teach the young girls in your life, to do the same.

  • Overcoming feelings of conceit to truly embrace who you are.

  • Allow yourself to truly embrace something you’re passionate about.

  • Carly and Kelly share how resistance shows up for them.

  • Carly’s powerful 108 positive affirmations poster, and Kelly’s favorites from the bunch.

  • Carly shares what her inner voice is telling her to do right now!

In Carly's Voice:

“The Inner Rainbow Project is a movement and a celebration of that true self and a movement to help it stay alive. For no girl to ever have to dim themselves or their light in order to fit in, and be loved.”

“Raising confident and kind girls is a huge piece of what I do. Women themselves need to revisit those times where they dimmed their own light, and perform consistent work on their own self and their own confidence. They need to really believe in themselves, and to do that inner work, and that radiates out to their daughters.”

“It’s really about allowing myself to follow something that I'm truly passionate about.”

“I want girls to understand you don't have to hide different aspects of your emotions, that being sad, or angry, or having anxiety, or depression, or whatever it is is not something that's shameful.”

“I am allowed to feel proud of myself.”

Connect with Carly:


108 Positive Affirmations




Be Still

Don't move. Be still. 

We hear and say these words all the time, but do we practice them? Listen in for why we need a practice of stillness, what can get in the way and how to get your practice started today.

January is my month of connection! Please shoot me an email and let me know what you are up to and what you would love to hear more of on the podcast! My email is or message me over on Instagram (@kellyjcovert). I can't wait to connect with you!

Retrain Your Mind with Kara Loewentheil

Kara Loewentheil has a B.A. from Yale and a J.D. from Harvard Law School and graduated both schools with honors. In her legal career she clerked for a federal appeals court judge, litigated in state and federal court, held several academic appointments, and ran a think tank. Today she is a Master Certified Coach who works with high-achieving feminist women who believe in empowerment, but don’t always feel empowered. Her cognitive-based tools and strategies help women learn how to literally rewire their brains to overcome social conditioning and insecurity. Or in other words, she teaches them how to unf*ck their brains so that they can create the confidence they need and the lives they want.

Here are a few of the big topics we talked about:

  • Kara shares how she went from being a lawyer to a master certified coach.

  • High-achieving women are typically socialized to believe that what matters is what others think of us.

  • To create new habits and rewire our brain, we must learn to think differently.

  • You're a perfectionist if you want everything to be perfect and you think you would be happier if it were.

  • Kara shares some great ideas for reinforcing your new thoughts.

  • Even though Kara’s been doing this for years, she continues to practice and improve.

  • Your brain may think you’re going to die, but you will not.

  • Write down the new thoughts you want to practice on paper.

  • Separate yourself from your anxiety and you’ll find space to discover what you really want.

  • Switch every should in your life, to want and see what changes.

  • When you do something because you think somebody else wants you to, you are still just doing it because you want to have a thought or feeling about yourself.

  • We spend approximately 15% of our mental, emotional and physical energy feeling guilty and bad. If you clean that up and stop making it about you, you suddenly have energy and time to do something else for yourself or other people.

  • Kara shares what her inner voice is telling her to do.

In Kara's Voice:

“Women are socialized to think what matters about us is what everybody else thinks about us and we’re constantly sent these subtle social messages that women are inferior, that they are not good enough, that they get ahead because of their looks, that they’re more emotional, that they’re not as capable as men."

“If you want to rewire your brain, you have to learn to think differently.”

“Write down your thoughts. Write down the new thought you want to practice. Put it on paper.”

“Separating yourself from your anxiety gives you the space to discover what you really want.”

“Change all of your shoulds to wants and see what changes.”

“Be open to the idea that there could be a different way to think and feel and live and open to the idea that you would get your energy and time back.”

Connect with Kara:


UnF*ck Your Brain Podcast

The Imposter Syndrome Rx (free gift)




A Beginner's Mind

What is a beginner's mind and how can that change how you are showing up in any given situations? I was super inspired by an experience I had recently at a networking event to share this powerful tool with you!

Help me meet my goal to connect on a personal level with at least 5 listeners this month! Shoot me an email at or connect with me on Instagram (@kellyjcovert) and let me know your name and how you are showing up in your world right now!! I can't wait to connect with you!

The Power of Affirmations with Lee Ann Hopkins

Lee Ann Hopkins is the Host and Fellow Traveler on the Hooray Weekly podcast that "mines the sacred and every-day for Hooray!"  She is the author of You Are All That: Creating a Great Life with Affirmations, and Hooray for You: 365 Get-Up-and-Go-Go Quotes for Your Year.  She recently started blogging on so you can follow her over there.  Lee Ann is the Founder of Hooray Living, a lively offering of fearless and fabulous living materials that include video, webinars, retreats and eBooks; and, lastly, she is the Head Hugger of the DC Hug Mob, a DC-area group that hugs in the public square, making the world a bit brighter one hug at a time.

She has spent her career in the helping professions as attorney, clergywoman, law professor, teacher, nonprofit executive director and counselor/coach. With this bundle of diverse and deep experience she helps individuals and communities connect with their own wisdom and gifts. She reminds us that our individual and collective purpose is to love and to teach love in all of our activities.

Here are a few of the big topics we talked about:

  • Lee Ann jumps right into how she was introduced to affirmations and how they’ve completely changed her life.

  • Are you familiar with the term negativity bias? Lee Ann explains what it is and how many of us have experienced it.

  • Coaxing a beautiful life out of ourselves, requires a lot of positive self-talk and cheerleading.

  • If you are feeling triggered by something someone says to you, take a step back and ask yourself, “Is this true?” before you allow yourself to react inwardly and outwardly.

  • Fear is a good thing, but sometimes it talks too much!

  • If you’re someone who struggles with affirmations because you feel that you’re lying to yourself, Lee Ann explains how you can overcome that.

  • Lee Ann describes the best way to write affirmations, to receive the desired effect.

  • Goals play a huge role in how Lee Ann creates her affirmations.

  • Lee Ann shares one of her current affirmations and why she’s chosen it. It’s a very moving part of the conversation.

  • Our brains do not like mental gymnastics, they want the clearest possible image we can provide. Write your affirmations accordingly.

  • Lee Ann helps us to understand how important it is to make sure our children focus on the positive, versus the negative, which they are most commonly drawn to.

  • If you begin feeling blah about your affirmations, Lee Ann provides a practice to bring back the excitement.

In Lee Ann's Voice:

“As I began daily doing my affirmations, I slowly, slowly, slowly noticed that life changed.”

“We have this negativity bias where we're scanning our minds and our worlds for all the things that can go wrong and it's really important to put something in that's positive.”

“I must say that much of the changes that I've experienced with my affirmations, is more of an internal change. That internal change is what is building a work of art for a life that is worth living.”

“I really do believe that much of my success in life has been because of this powerful positive practice that I do every single day.”

“I belong to myself, I am befriending myself. When I say "Hey, Lee Ann, I love you. I want to be your friend so that you can be a better friend, a better lover, a better partner, a better whatever to the world." I must belong to myself first.”

“Our brain is like Velcro for negative things. Which is why positive affirmations are so imperative.”

Connect with Lee Ann:


Hooray Living

Hooray Weekly Podcast



You Are All That: Creating a Great Life with Affirmations

Hooray for You: 365 Get-Up-and-Go-Go Quotes for Your Year

My personal theme for the month is CONNECTION, and I want to connect with YOU! Please shoot me an email at or connect with me over on Instagram (@kellyjcovert) and let me know who you are and how you are showing up in the world this year!!

A Look Back at 2017

I thought I would put out one last episode this year, and I'm just getting it in under the wire on December 31!! I love to take time at the end of the year to reflect back on the lessons I've learned and to spend some time in deep gratitude for everything that has happened over the year.

I also am sharing some of my goals for the new year including getting to know you even better!! Please shoot me an email at or a message on Instagram (@kellyjcovert) and introduce yourself! Tell me who you are being and how you plan on showing up in the world this year! 

If you want to take it a step further, schedule a free discovery call and we can take 20 minutes and really get to know each other!

I'm also re-imagining what community looks and feels like this year. If you have ideas for how we can connect on a deeper level let me know! Right now we have The Worthy Collective, but let's go even deeper!!

Here's to all we learned in 2017 and to seeing our vision become reality in 2018!!

Kimberly Lovell on Money as Our Teacher

Kimberley Lovell is a Transformational Coach, Trainer & Holistic Business Mentor with a 30 year background in Transpersonal Psychotherapy, Hypnotherapy, Healing, Coaching and Training.

An International Medium, Medical Intuitive Healer, Cert Science and Master Theta Healing® Practitioner and Instructor and Access Consciousness Bars® Facilitator.  Kimberley is a highly gifted intuitive and rapid mindset coach.

The founder of The Wealthy Business Goddess Show™ and the Wealthy Business Goddess University.™ Kimberley's mission is to transform world consciousness, heal the unconscious split between money and spirituality by inspiring, and empowering others to live a life of purpose, passion and prosperity, thereby creating a heaven on earth for all. Kimberley works with purpose driven entrepreneurs; Healers, Therapists, Coaches, Consultants, Trainers and Spiritual Entrepreneurs, worldwide to help them step more purposefully into their leadership and spiritual mission to manifest the life and business of their dreams while transforming the world and making fabulous money.  

Here are a few of the big topics we talked about:

  • Kimberly explains what she means when she says that money is our greatest teacher

  • Our beliefs in money and the huge role they play in our lives

  • Our negative money beliefs tend to crop up when our income goes up or down from where we are comfortable.

  • Kimberly shares how we can begin changing our money beliefs.

  • The Sacred Money Archetypes and how they were created.

  • The Connector Archetype

  • Kimberly shares some of her archetypes and how she has overcome them, and used them to her advantage.

  • You must follow your inner voice, but you must also do the work.

  • Being an energetic match with the vibration for whatever it is you desire.

  • Realist and Idealist

  • Kimberly discusses some of Kelly’s archetypes

  • Coaches and entrepreneurs we need to hold our clients as powerful and not buying into their stories.

  • Energy Healing Downloads

  • Kimberly shares what her inner voice is telling her.

In Kimberly's Voice:

“It's like we're movie writers. The movie of our life is the current story that's playing out.”

“There's this vision of what we would like to create and manifest in the world, and then there’s what's actually showing up.”

“How we do money is how we do everything.”

“We're more than our stories, and more than our beliefs, more than our feelings.”

“Lots of times we have oaths, and vows, and contracts around money. You may have taken a vow of poverty. The work that I do is about actually clearing the energy and clearing the belief.”

“It's safe for you to have abundance, to receive money, and to receive money for doing what you love to do. You don't have to work hard, you don't have to prove your worth.”

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