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
Setting up smooth systems is, I swear, the key to keeping overwhelm at bay and increasing income. Otherwise, sanity and sustainability fritter away like dandelion fluff in the breeze! Here are 3 app I either personally use or come highly recommended by other entrepreneurs (tweet): TRELLO Trello helps you organize projects or tasks by placing […]Read the full article »
From a personal note I received: I’ve been thinking a lot about compassion. Specifically, self-compassion. Compassion for your precious self. As women, we take care of so many people. It’s what we learn to do well. What many of us are drawn to in our businesses. Maybe there’s even something in the genes. But our […]Read the full article »
It’s not easy to whip up a smash-hit sales page. But without one, you know the upshot: The service or program you poured weeks or months into garners little attention and fewer sign-ups. Ugh. Hate that! Even worse, the tightness in your tummy speaks to your fears: Not only did you waste time and the potential for money, your […]Read the full article »
Recently, I had a couple of Skype calls with business coaching clients. During the first chat, my adrenaline spiked with buzzy energy to match my caller’s, and my brain pin-balled ideas for her business. The second call was different. Within 10 minutes, I’d moved from my desk to my reading-nook chair and flipped on a pretty […]Read the full article »