Hey, don’t I know you?
You are a wholehearted entrepreneur who sees business not as work but as an expression of your true calling.
You long to align what you do, how you serve others, with your core self. Because when you do? You’re an unstoppable force.
But it’s not easy. Day-to-day business decisions drag you down. It’s hard to stay awake. Consciousness comes and goes. Yet your longing to remain connected to that strong, wise, deliciously human center within is always present.
This is a warm, welcoming space where you’re invited to return to yourself again and again. I’m Lynn. My vision is to support you in aligning with your essence in way that serves and supports you as a woman and entrepreneur.
The Latest from the Power Chicks Blog
When I read the following post, originally written by Beth Buelow of the Introvert Entrepreneur, I knew I wanted to share it with you. You all tell me you get pretty darn trigger-y with self-promotional bragging and social media and I do, too! Beth is a professional coach, author and speaker who guides introverts to amplify their strengths and build sustainable businesses. […]Read the full article »
I ease closed the silver lid of my MacBookPro and tuck it into a worn leather bag near my feet; my colleague stashes her computer, too. Two hours earlier, Beth and I had met at a cafe to combine co-working with catching up. Our hour-long lunch break starred chicken poppyseed salad — yum! — and old fashioned face-to-face conversation. These […]Read the full article »
“I’m not ready.” “I need to research more.” “ “I don’t have enough time, money, experience or _____ (fill in the blank).” Sound familiar? Bet so! Fact is, self doubt often shows its face like a pimple before a party when you want to do something meaningful. You already know there are excellent books, blogs, TED talks and smart, heart-full […]Read the full article »
What your client wants matters. And if there’s any disconnect between the way you do business and her goals, needs, and desires, guess what? The fit just isn’t there. And that’s okay! But forget this fact and all skitter-scatters to hell. Chances are good you’ll lose her as a client or, if she feels indebted […]Read the full article »