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
Multitasking is “merely the opportunity to screw up on more than one thing at a time.” — Steve Uzzell, author We often think that by multitasking, we accomplish more. And since there’s so much to do, it makes sense that we’d try anything to tackle tasks, oust overwhelm and feel good at the end […]Read the full article »
“The biggest task of the morning is to try to keep my headspace from being invaded by the world.” — Austin Kleon Building and sustaining a business with all its uncertainty, periods of risk and pulse-pounding problems can be incredibly stressful. In my own work, learning to cope with pressure so I don’t come undone is […]Read the full article »
Google “Top 10 TED talks for entrepreneurs” and you’ll come up with great classics including The happy secret to better work, How great leaders inspire action and The power of vulnerability. But what if you crave something new and different? I hunted the nooks and crannies of the Internet for secret gems, those lesser-known TED talks sure […]Read the full article »
This so speaks to me. Maybe it will to you, too. “Just do your work. And if the world needs your work it will come and get you. And if it doesn’t, do your work anyway. You can have fantasies about having control over the world, but I know I can barely control my kitchen sink. […]Read the full article »