40 min

S3E42 - Feminine Business with Ainslie Young School of Embodied Arts Podcast with Jenna Ward

    • Religion & Spirituality

One of the biggest questions coaches, practitioner, creatives & entrepreneurs have is “can I really make this passion work - without selling my soul, drying up or burning out?”
There is no way I could run a business that felt disingenuous or that dishonored my body’s sensitive wisdom.
Yet running a business as a feeling, flowing, feminine, sensitive, sometimes chaotic, an intuitive woman ISN’T the type of business model that’s seen as a ‘sure thing’.
In this episode we explore:
Why many marketing strategies feel forced for female entrepreneurs Marketing in ways that feel sincere & successful The importance of centering just one project at a time (& why that’s inherently challenging for creative women) Useful tips for when you don’t understand WHY your body feels so resistant to marketing The role of pleasure in productivity - unraveling some common myths How to plan your week with more aliveness in mind & body This is a great episode for coaches (& aspiring coaches), practitioners, creatives & entrepreneurs.

Ainslie shared with us a fabulous (free) training about unraveling unhealthy marketing strategies & moving into a more magnetic way of selling your products/services. Check it out here > https://startingwitha.lpages.co/marketing-code-training/
Find Jenna on the following platforms:
Website: http://jennaward.co/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennaward.co/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jennawardco/
We hope you enjoyed today’s podcast. Make sure you subscribe so you’ll be updated when new episodes become available. Also, it would be greatly appreciated if you would take a few moments to leave your feedback. Simply click on “ratings and reviews” then “write a review” on iTunes to get started. Your reviews are so helpful in making future episodes even better. We would also appreciate it if you share the podcast with your friends or anyone who you think might enjoy these episodes. The School of the Embodied Arts podcast is also available on Spotify.

One of the biggest questions coaches, practitioner, creatives & entrepreneurs have is “can I really make this passion work - without selling my soul, drying up or burning out?”
There is no way I could run a business that felt disingenuous or that dishonored my body’s sensitive wisdom.
Yet running a business as a feeling, flowing, feminine, sensitive, sometimes chaotic, an intuitive woman ISN’T the type of business model that’s seen as a ‘sure thing’.
In this episode we explore:
Why many marketing strategies feel forced for female entrepreneurs Marketing in ways that feel sincere & successful The importance of centering just one project at a time (& why that’s inherently challenging for creative women) Useful tips for when you don’t understand WHY your body feels so resistant to marketing The role of pleasure in productivity - unraveling some common myths How to plan your week with more aliveness in mind & body This is a great episode for coaches (& aspiring coaches), practitioners, creatives & entrepreneurs.

Ainslie shared with us a fabulous (free) training about unraveling unhealthy marketing strategies & moving into a more magnetic way of selling your products/services. Check it out here > https://startingwitha.lpages.co/marketing-code-training/
Find Jenna on the following platforms:
Website: http://jennaward.co/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennaward.co/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jennawardco/
We hope you enjoyed today’s podcast. Make sure you subscribe so you’ll be updated when new episodes become available. Also, it would be greatly appreciated if you would take a few moments to leave your feedback. Simply click on “ratings and reviews” then “write a review” on iTunes to get started. Your reviews are so helpful in making future episodes even better. We would also appreciate it if you share the podcast with your friends or anyone who you think might enjoy these episodes. The School of the Embodied Arts podcast is also available on Spotify.

40 min

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