22 min

The Currency of Compassion She Rebel Radio

    • Self-Improvement

In this masculine-centred world, power and money are so often the key currency and drivers. We’re going to explore how to pivot the focus from currency to compassion. Women are naturally more empathetic and sensitive to others, and as a result, our compassionate nature often comes to the fore — but how can we integrate that vital skill into our lives and our businesses?
“ Flow is a feminine principle over static, which embraces collaboration over competition.” - Lulu Minns
Compassion is our female superpower. In today’s episode, we discuss how that compassion can make a lasting change within society and business. We’re looking at why we as women often feel disconnected from traditional power structures and how we can move forwards by seeking out role models and mentors that understand the worth of stepping outside the masculine narrative of doing business.
“We can only be compassionate to others when we start to show more compassion for ourselves.” - Lulu Minns
Episode Highlights:
We talk about the currency of compassion in relation to the more traditional currency model of money and power The importance of being compassionate to ourselves, to improve our compassion for others We look at why it’s not always about the answers, it’s about asking the right questions How influential figures have viewed the role of compassion and kindness within society How to introduce compassion as part of your business currency, and embrace the principle of purpose over profit International Women’s Day Insight:
“Compassion is not a weakness, it’s a power.” - Lulu Minns
The traditional currency of power and money is a masculine way of thinking that doesn't align with how we think and act as women.. By understanding and using the currency of compassion, women can play to their feminine strengths in business rather than considering them a weakness.
Connect with Lulu Minns:
Website and Retreats Send a Retreat Enquiry Lulu’s Online Healing and Empowerment Circle Lulu on LinkedIn Lulu on Instagram Lulu on Facebook More on the Natwest Business Accelerator:
Business Banking | NatWest Bank NatWest Business Hub NatWest Business on Twitter Natwest Business on LinkedIn

In this masculine-centred world, power and money are so often the key currency and drivers. We’re going to explore how to pivot the focus from currency to compassion. Women are naturally more empathetic and sensitive to others, and as a result, our compassionate nature often comes to the fore — but how can we integrate that vital skill into our lives and our businesses?
“ Flow is a feminine principle over static, which embraces collaboration over competition.” - Lulu Minns
Compassion is our female superpower. In today’s episode, we discuss how that compassion can make a lasting change within society and business. We’re looking at why we as women often feel disconnected from traditional power structures and how we can move forwards by seeking out role models and mentors that understand the worth of stepping outside the masculine narrative of doing business.
“We can only be compassionate to others when we start to show more compassion for ourselves.” - Lulu Minns
Episode Highlights:
We talk about the currency of compassion in relation to the more traditional currency model of money and power The importance of being compassionate to ourselves, to improve our compassion for others We look at why it’s not always about the answers, it’s about asking the right questions How influential figures have viewed the role of compassion and kindness within society How to introduce compassion as part of your business currency, and embrace the principle of purpose over profit International Women’s Day Insight:
“Compassion is not a weakness, it’s a power.” - Lulu Minns
The traditional currency of power and money is a masculine way of thinking that doesn't align with how we think and act as women.. By understanding and using the currency of compassion, women can play to their feminine strengths in business rather than considering them a weakness.
Connect with Lulu Minns:
Website and Retreats Send a Retreat Enquiry Lulu’s Online Healing and Empowerment Circle Lulu on LinkedIn Lulu on Instagram Lulu on Facebook More on the Natwest Business Accelerator:
Business Banking | NatWest Bank NatWest Business Hub NatWest Business on Twitter Natwest Business on LinkedIn

22 min