We talked about being authentic as fuck in business, and covered:
My journey from working towards becoming the Prime Minister of Australia to shifting gears into becoming a watercolour rainbow-loving artist instead – and the real reason why I create anything (hint: it’s for myself first)!
How my astrology chart beautifully matches up with my authentic nature and what being truly authentic means to me
My tips for discovering your own authentic nature and owning it
The immense power of being vulnerable in your business
There’s SO many reasons why you should consider adding an e-course to your business.
They really can transform your life and business… not to mention the lives of the hundreds (and thousands!) of people you will teach through them!
14 Reasons You Need To Have An E-course
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9. Customers get more accountability, connection and friendship through group e-course experiences. (Some of my customers have met their BFFs and business partners through my courses!) 10. People pay more for an e-course than for a book or e-book 11. Extra stream of income that is more passive 12. Be seen as an expert in your field 13. It’s an eco-friendly, sustainable way to create wealth. No more travel or paper materials needed to learn! No physical products to manufacture. WIN WIN WIN! 14. Expand your customer market to be worldwide!
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Lately I’ve been really feeling the pull from my inner child to do more creative projects just for the glorious fun of it.
One thing I’ve become slightly addicted to is painting plant pots and statues.
Some are old ones of ours that we’ve been lugging around the countryside since time immemorial. I’ve also dug some old ones out of the garden that were left here by the previous owners.
Somebody asked what kind of paints and varnishes on them.
The answer is: cheap student acrylics. I am lazy and cheap and am totally fine if these fade or chip… it will just add to the character. I DID find some ancient marbling glaze however so I might chuck that on a pot and see if I like it.
My cute kids have been painting everything in sight, including an old fountain and chairs. I love it… makes me so damn happy!
They also started painting a statue they found in the garden, but then lost interest:
So I decided to finish her up. Please note she has moveable GOOGLY EYES. My husband bought a bulk pack a while ago, and my kids glued them to everything, and I think it was the wisest investment we’ve ever made.
Here’s her now:
Totally want to encourage you to get colourful and crazy with your garden… when in doubt, remember the sacred motto: THE BONKERS THE BETTER!
Big love and paint-stained clothes,
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