Suzy McCally’s Experience at Morgana’s Money Goddess Retreat in Bali Artist/Coach/Healer Suzy McCally is a successful entrepreneur, cult survivor, and mother who joined me on my Ultimate Money Goddess retreat in Bali in May of 2017. Since then she has recorded, released, and tour for her first musical CD, launched her first 90 day online coaching program, and is going back to school to get her MFA. Getting to Bali to work with me wasn’t easy for her, and she was going through some big challenges. Suzy shares her Money Goddess transformation at my Ultimate Money Goddess retreat.
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One of the most surprising things I’ve discovered as a coach is the power of doing LESS. A little goes a long way. Nothing will build your confidence and momentum like setting small, achievable goals that you will actually accomplish! Let the phrase “under-promise and over-deliver” be your guide. In other words, commit to less for the sake of accomplishing more. Continue reading
International Energy Coach to 7-figure Multi-level Marketers Jenn Poulson needed her own coach, to take her life and business to the next level, so she went with Morgana to Bali Continue reading
Some coaches tear clients down instead of giving them the tools to fulfill their greatest potential. Other coaches turn that around.
Check out this quick save from my client Jennifer Hales Poulson:
“My client who asked me to speak at a retreat she’s hosting next week in Puerto Rico, shared with me that her biz coach told her she would never pay $2500 to attend her retreat. It crushed her, and she immediately began lowering the price of the retreat, telling people who had signed up that she’d refund them the difference…” Continue reading
“Can’t afford” to hire you means they don’t want you enough. That’s all. The bottom line is if someone doesn’t hire you, they don’t see the value you give as worthy of the sacrifice. That doesn’t mean you don’t provide great value. That doesn’t mean you don’t deserve to be well paid. They just don’t see an urgent connection between what they need and what you offer. Either you aren’t giving them what they perceive they need, it’s not important enough to them, or you are offering what they need but you’ve dropped the ball in communication. Continue reading