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
One skill entrepreneurs put off endlessly is learning how to speak well in public. I know, I know! Presenting can make your teeth chatter and knees quake. But the fact is, a compelling message shared with a roomful of folks is a powerhouse strategy for business growth. To help you calm your quakes and develop sturdy skills, I […]Read the full article »
You careen into day’s end like a crazed woman with no notion where the hell the hours went or what you actually did. You were busy all day — answering emails, seeing clients, marketing your next workshop, tidying loose ends, making that doc appointment, fretting about dinner, calling up your mother/kid/sister/friend because they are having a […]Read the full article »
Almost six years ago, I left a corporate job at one of the top-rated Fortune 500 companies in the nation to start a business.The two-hour bus commute, feeling pooped out all the time, and the impact both of these had on my family and life in general had made me question staying at my job. […]Read the full article »
If you’re like me, you can eyeball a blank screen for way too long — your brain balking at the idea of starting the blog post, the new webinar, the presentation, the ebook, the web design for a touchy client, and so on and so forth. It’s frustrating and time consuming to feel stuck. Turns out, telling yourself you […]Read the full article »