You’re a Projector in Human Design, now what? If you’ve been frustrated at the spiritual jargon out there when trying to understand what it means to be a Projector, especially as it relates to your business, you’re not alone. Here are six tips to integrate into your life and business so your Projector design is operating to its fullest potential.
The void - we've all been there and we'll be there again. The "void" is a sexy way of saying you're pivoting in business. But it's far from sexy, isn't it? It's downright uncomfortable. 👇 If you're here to find the PDF and audio guide I created about how to...
Having spaciousness in your schedule is a key to avoiding burnout. But depending on your life’s circumstances and the season of your business, this can feel impossible. Check out these simple tips to create a schedule that works for you and priorizes YOU and what matters most.
What even is marketing and why does it feel so complicated sometimes. I break down a simple definition of what marketing is along with seven things you can do without paying for ads online or making yourself nuts with trying to do alllll of the things all of the time.
Is waiting for the invitation a curse for Projectors? Here’s a new twist to what waiting for the invitation can look like and how to break out of misaligned marketing cycles. Discovering that you’re a Projector in Human Design isn’t bad news for your business, you just have to know how to be “invitable,” so you can receive the invitations.
Some argue that focusing on pain points is necessary because how else do your customers know that they need help? (This was an actual internet argument I got into with a coach a few years back.) And how does cognitive dissonance play a role in how we consume and sell? I rant about it all in this blog post.
In my recent newsletter, I talked about one of my many favorite parts of Big Magic, by Elizabeth Gilbert. At the beginning of part 1, titled “Courage,” Elizabeth recounts the story of Jack Gilbert who was a poet. After publishing brilliant work, he would disappear...
If you’re a fan of Ted Lasso, you’ll love this interview with Kris Prochaska. We discuss why Dr. Sharon Fieldstone, who makes her grand appearance in season 2 is a great example of “waiting for the invitation,” for our fellow Projectors in Human Design. We also talk about the powerful lessons that we can learn from this fabulously funny series.
The moment you realize that there’s nothing wrong with you regarding the fact that you “hate” or even somewhat dislike marketing, is the moment a whole world opens up for you.
Curiosity creates new possibilities far greater than looking for the right answer ever will.