20 min

#111: Go Ahead. Get in the Driver’s Seat, Even If Your Life Path Isn’t Entirely Clear! with Sophia LePage Teacher Turned Entrepreneur

    • Entrepreneurship

Burned out, her marriage in tatters, Sophia LePage had to decide: Was she going to commit to her soul or continue to follow society’s lead? It took courage but ultimately it felt like there was no choice but for Sophia to definitively break with what had been an inauthentic life path. Departing London to study yoga, shamanism and Feminine Embodiment, Sophia uncovered her truest nature and a calling that had been there all along. Today she is dedicated to helping other women – especially those who, like her, have perfectionistic tendencies – to realign with their truest selves.

Sophia reflects on common stumbling blocks faced by highly competent women as well as the techniques she deploys to help clients reconnect with their bodies and stay centered in their hearts. She also offers advice to women on the brink of change. Whether you’re feeling the tug to travel to a foreign land or simply to get quiet in the comfort of your own home, Sophia urges all of us to be brave, claim our innate femininity and embrace our unique perspectives. Your entrepreneurial – and personal – journey starts with a simple question, says Sophia: “What’s the best, most aligned way to get right with – and truly live for – yourself?”

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Here are key takeaways from the conversation:
• Living your truth means pausing to ask: What does my soul truly want for me?
• For many, travel offers clarity and opportunity when we’ve lost our way.
• When it feels like your life doesn’t make sense, try connecting the dots. You may have picked up valuable skills and insights along the way without fully realizing it!
• Are you perfectionistic? An overachiever? Ask yourself: Are you doing it for someone else or yourself?
• Entrepreneurial growth occurs when we break the “shoulds” and stop chasing validation.
• Your menstrual cycle is real. Ignoring the body’s rhythm and need for rest at certain times of the month can impede productivity and pleasure overall.
• Change is a gradual process. Step #2 will become clear after you’ve taken step #1.

Are you ready to find your true calling and walk away from your teaching job once and for all?
It is your time to get a solid grasp on the potential opportunities available to you so you can get started on your entrepreneurial journey and change your life!
Download your copy of this free, valuable PDF resource and access 20 different descriptive business ideas that are perfect for a teacher turning entrepreneur.
The Teacher’s Guide to Finding Your Perfect Business Idea (without going back to college)

Burned out, her marriage in tatters, Sophia LePage had to decide: Was she going to commit to her soul or continue to follow society’s lead? It took courage but ultimately it felt like there was no choice but for Sophia to definitively break with what had been an inauthentic life path. Departing London to study yoga, shamanism and Feminine Embodiment, Sophia uncovered her truest nature and a calling that had been there all along. Today she is dedicated to helping other women – especially those who, like her, have perfectionistic tendencies – to realign with their truest selves.

Sophia reflects on common stumbling blocks faced by highly competent women as well as the techniques she deploys to help clients reconnect with their bodies and stay centered in their hearts. She also offers advice to women on the brink of change. Whether you’re feeling the tug to travel to a foreign land or simply to get quiet in the comfort of your own home, Sophia urges all of us to be brave, claim our innate femininity and embrace our unique perspectives. Your entrepreneurial – and personal – journey starts with a simple question, says Sophia: “What’s the best, most aligned way to get right with – and truly live for – yourself?”

If you enjoyed this episode of Teacher Turned Entrepreneur, click here to hear past shows and leave comments!

Here are key takeaways from the conversation:
• Living your truth means pausing to ask: What does my soul truly want for me?
• For many, travel offers clarity and opportunity when we’ve lost our way.
• When it feels like your life doesn’t make sense, try connecting the dots. You may have picked up valuable skills and insights along the way without fully realizing it!
• Are you perfectionistic? An overachiever? Ask yourself: Are you doing it for someone else or yourself?
• Entrepreneurial growth occurs when we break the “shoulds” and stop chasing validation.
• Your menstrual cycle is real. Ignoring the body’s rhythm and need for rest at certain times of the month can impede productivity and pleasure overall.
• Change is a gradual process. Step #2 will become clear after you’ve taken step #1.

Are you ready to find your true calling and walk away from your teaching job once and for all?
It is your time to get a solid grasp on the potential opportunities available to you so you can get started on your entrepreneurial journey and change your life!
Download your copy of this free, valuable PDF resource and access 20 different descriptive business ideas that are perfect for a teacher turning entrepreneur.
The Teacher’s Guide to Finding Your Perfect Business Idea (without going back to college)

20 min