BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!

Hey there, gorgeous!

It’s hard to believe that we’re halfway done with August already. The summer is flying by and so much has happened.

Over the past few months I’ve:

  • “come out of the closet” as an artist

  • started online dating again after a brief hiatus

  • and finally, I reworked my coaching business to focus on helping smart, successful, independent women in their 30’s to create amazing personal relationships so that they don’t have to feel lonely, frustrated, or embarrassed anymore.

I know that I’ve been teasing you all about some changes I’ve been making to my business for a while now. I’m sorry to have kept you waiting, but the timing didn’t seem right until now.

As much as I’ve enjoyed coaching women entrepreneurs, I found that just focusing on business wasn’t lighting me up.

To me, sales funnels, free offers, nurturing email sequences, etc. are interesting, but only up to a point.

After retreating into my “painting cave” for a while, I realized that I’d much rather focus on the sweetness and juiciness available to all of us in the realm of relationships.

Whether they are personal, business, or intimate relationships, harmonious interactions with others are vital to a healthy and happy life.

Human beings, and women especially, are wired to live and work in community.

Women are able to thrive when we feel connected to others. We are social creaturesthat need constant feedback and support to grow and evolve.

Over the years I’ve met so many high-achieving women who struggle in this area.

Not too long ago, I was one of these women. At my lowest point, almost all of my relationships were suffering at once and I HATED my life.

Feeling abandoned by many of my friends who were entering a new phase of their lives (getting married, having kids, buying homes, etc.) I was angry and depressed.

Looking outside of myself for happiness (hint hint - this doesn’t work) I found myself in an emotionally abusive intimate relationship.

Also, I was fighting with my parents (who obviously were not impressed by the partner I had chosen for myself at the time).

On top of all of this, I wasn’t anywhere close to where I wanted to be professionally or financially.

I was in a bad place and it totally sucked.

However, everything started to turn around when I realized that the common denominator in all these situations was myself. I was the problem.

Tired of struggling in my personal life, I decided to take control of my life and work on my relationship with myself.

Today, I’m happier than I ever thought I could be.

I live in my dream apartment in Venice, CA and I’m doing the work that I love(painting, coaching, and finishing my Yoga Sculpt certification).

As for my relationships, I’ve created a wonderful community for myself here that consists of lots of different people - neighbors, high school friends, coaching friends that I met through The Academy, other artists and entrepreneurs I’ve met through participating in Artists & Fleas, fellow yogis and yoginis from Core Power Yoga, and of course, other wonderful people that I’ve met randomly just by being friendly while waiting in line at the grocery store.

Oh, and as for my dating life, my dance card has been full for months! Currently, I’m focusing on narrowing the field down to one special person. More on this later…

All of this is to say that I know how horrible it feels when this area of your life isn’t flowing. It’s frustrating, depressing, and can even be embarrassing.

In this situation, it’s difficult to not feel like a failure or “good enough”; societal, cultural, and family expectations for what our lives “should” look like when you’re a smart, high-achieving, independent woman in your 30s only make things worse.

  • Are you wondering why you’re the only one in your friend group who isn’t in ahappy committed relationship?

  • Maybe you’re tired of hearing this question at every social event: “why are you STILL single?”

  • Perhaps you feel like you have no other choice but to settle for less than what you truly desire or you’ve just given up on love completely

I get it. This is exactly where I was a few years ago. However, the terrific news is that I was able to totally transform my life in a short time and I want that for you, too.

  • What if you could finally understand what’s been holding you back from having a fulfilling personal life fun, exciting, and full of sweetness?

  • How would it feel to have a multitude of high-quality options to choose from when it comes to dating?

  • Imagine being completely empowered, confident, and magnet for all of your desires.

If you’re finally ready to create the personal life of your dreams, I warmly invite you to schedule your FREE 30-minute coaching session with me here. I can’t wait to hear from you!

I hope this serves you.

All the best,

Heather

P.S. Are you a high-achieving single woman between the ages of 27 to 40? And no, I'm not looking for a date - I'm doing some research and I need your help. I want to know more about you and what you most need help with... your biggest dreams for yourself and your deepest fears. Yes, I'm asking you to be vulnerable here, but I'm the only person who will see this information and you're really doing me a huge favor by sharing :) Feel free to pass the link on to anyone you think would be a good source of info and benefit from doing some processing/reflection :) Here is the link to the survey: https://goo.gl/forms/9rvjpp30FWr2Ukgz2

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