Lori Park has been though the fire in her own way and completely transformed herself as part of the process.
It was during her work of feng shui, elemental space clearing and clutter clearing when Lori realized that the clutter comes from deeply within oneself.
Raised in Western Montana in the Bitterroot Valley, Lori grew up playing along the river banks. Gooey mud, craw daddies, garter snakes and cow pies were her childhood toys.
Barbara Techel gently guides women to creatively tap into their intuition and to connect with their True Self to live a more meaningful life. As an author and SoulCollage® & workshop facilitator, she enjoys encouraging and inspiring others to listen deeply and capture what it is that matters most.
Most women will relate to Barbara's story of being afraid to be who they really are. When she was younger she chose to hide rather than face other people's judgments or non-acceptance. She shared how exhausting it was to try to wear all those masks.
It was in 2006 that Barbara's dachshund Frankie became paralyzed and that ultimately lead to profoundly changing Barbara's life forever. The little red dog who rolled through life in a wheelchair helped Barbara to overcome shyness, let go of worrying what others thought and find the courage to stand tall in who she is.
If you’re like most visionary women who own a businesses, you have a life as well as a business and you also have ideals that include balancing your business with the rest of your life.
I mean- this is supposed to be one of the benefits of working for yourself- having time off when you want it,