About the retreat I just led at my client’s house in Idaho… Well OF COURSE my client has a Harry Potter room in her house!!! Accessed by a secret passage through a book case, naturally. Which (or should I say witch) made her home all the more perfectly magical for my Rich Witch Retreat. Fun note… Look who showed up outside my front door when I returned home. I half seriously expected to receive an invitation to Hogwarts. And through our front window… I’ve named her Herald.
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My July retreat is complete. All the coaching is accomplished. All the monsters are slain. Every participant has a vision, strategy, and next steps. Most (if not all) these clients continue coaching with me and reuniting at the next retreat. What made this particular retreat a little different I held this Rich Witch Retreat in a client’s $10M house located smack in the middle of one of the world’s premiere golf courses/country clubs in Hailey, Idaho. (And yes, Apple CEO Tim Cook and his crew had dinner at the table next to ours in the Clubhouse on Night #2 of … Continue reading
I have intentionally held my retreats out of town (and often out of country) because I am always amazed by the pattern-interrupting effect of leaving home and my home environment. Just getting away gives me access to bigger visioning and seeing my life from a different perspective. This is why I’m holding this week’s semi-annual “Rich Witch” Retreat (Practical Magic for Powerful Women) somewhere new. I’m so happy to be here. A picture is worth a thousand words, so here are a few pictures. Enjoy! This home feels like a French chateau. Lush mountain landscapes from every window. Bedroom … Continue reading
There’s a client who wows the socks off of me. Crystal attended my 2019 Money Goddess retreat. She’s a data analyst (smart!) who talks to ghosts and is one of the most powerfully magical people I’ve ever met. She held the cloud cover for the other women during their photo shoots. She was also in constant communication with the local volcano. It held its eruption until 2 hours after she had departed, and the volcano quieted back down to allow the rest of us to depart days later. I totally forgot she also won a free car after doing my … Continue reading
This year I’m doing business differently. I find myself recoiling at the whole world of sales funnels, manipulative sales copy, false promises of “leverage,” “proven systems,” “words that convert.” I just don’t want to be part of it. Maybe I’ve outgrown all that stuff. It’s useful to learn the tools, but I’m just not aligned with the desperation and dehumanization of those numbers games.
So I’ve been intuitively doing something different. NO sales page. No sales letter. No webinar. No kindergarten cookie cutter, everybody-does-the-same-thing, content-dump course offer. (My clients are way beyond that.) Continue reading
Sometimes the best investment is investing in what you already have and using it new ways that call in your future self.
I hired the incomparable “wardrobe witch” Jennifer Butler to go through my closet and coach me on how to wear what I have, and cull what no longer works.
Such a great metaphor for what life coaches do, right?
35 outfits total. Here are a few of my favorites. (We wore masks the whole time, of course, except I’d slip mine off and hold my breath for photos.) Continue reading
The Gift of the Worst, my own story: I think it’s important, as we face the magnitude of today’s challenges, to remind ourselves what we’ve already surmounted in our lives, and the unexpected gifts that came from our worst experiences. Earlier this week I posted on social media, “What is the hardest life experience you’ve overcome?” and I was awed and humbled by the responses. Today I’m talking about the hardest challenge of my own life… a story I rarely share. In retrospect I’m amazed I survived. Got a question or topic suggestion for a future episode? Ask Morgana at … Continue reading