You don't have to abandon the best parts of yourself---not even your spiritual side---to create a profitable business. In fact, the more you infuse this journey with everything you love, the more success you'll have. And this success will be on your terms, guided equally by your moral compass and what sets your soul on fire.
So if you've ever told yourself, 'I'd really like to make more money and take my career to the next level, but I don't want to turn into a total douchebag,' you've come to the right place.
Hello! I'm Inger Kenobi, and I'll show you that the road to success can be as thrilling as going on a road trip with your best friend. Wind in your hair. Endless laughing fits. A playlist to die for.
Memories for life. So fun!
And what I really want you to know is:
You can have the time of your life, embrace your inner gifts, and create a cha-ching infused business.
CLIENT: You mean I get to do this my way? With my personality? I don't have to become. . ehm. . . more professional? Less woo-woo?
ME: Yes, that's exactly what I'm telling you.
CLIENT: But that sounds too good to be true. . .
ME: I know!
CLIENT: I don't even have to give up my guilty pleasures?
ME: Why would you do that? Bring it on! The more authentic you are, the more fun you'll have, and the more money you'll make. And here is something else no one ever tells you: the bigger your goal, the easier it is to achieve.
Together we'll leave behind:
Stereotypes that suggests that only certain type of women get to be wealthy. Your alternative side is not a dirty little secret. Neither is your quest for financial independence.
Outer and inner obstacles. If you've tried 'everything' and you're still not getting the results that you want, rest assure there is nothing wrong with you. You just have some stubborn, outdated beliefs. We'll correct that.
Stress and overwhelm. Building a business doesn't have to be so complicated.
It can be natural and rewarding. When you tune in to who you truly are, magical things tend to happen. Hello, freedom and ease.
A little bit about moi:
I've been self-employed for seven years now. I've worked with creatives, TV producers, international consultants, small businesses, and female entrepreneurs at various stages of their journey. I have a unique ability to see the possibilities that exist beyond your current circumstances. I also have a gift for sniffing out what sets you apart from the rest of the crowd. My secret weapon, however, is helping you you liberate everything that is holding you back.
When I'm not coaching, I write books, I binge watch 90's TV shows, and I bake the world's best brownies. Last summer I added 'Worked for National Geographic' to my CV. I also meditate and stalk Elizabeth Gilbert on Instagram.
More bio stuff:
I spent ten years living at a Tibetan Buddhist center where I studied with some of the finest meditation masters of our times. It's also where I met my husband, was chased by a Californian brown bear, and first learned about kale. Not necessarily in that order.
Before training with Oprah's life coach, I worked with Royals, diplomats, producers, politicians, creatives, artists, and veterans; plus members of IOC, UNEP, and Scotland Yard. I still do odd things on the side. Like, working on international TV shoots and translation work for the BBC.
I discovered life coaching after listening to an Elizabeth Gilbert talk. This illustrates that we're all just one idea away from blazing a new trail. And it doesn't even have to make any sense. Just take it one step at a time. This is how big dreams become the new normal.
Want to work with me? Yes!
If you’re an entrepreneur, coach, or creative who wants to make more money in a way that suits your personality and lifestyle —look no further!
Check out my online coaching program. We start on September 14th. Registration is open. Welcome!
If you're a successful women who loves the idea of getting in touch with your spiritual truths and feminine powers—you've come to the right place. Check out my one-on-one coaching package here.
Inger is an amazing wayfinder. After just one session, she managed to put an end to three years of fluffing about and shine a spotlight on the narrow track through the trees.
If all this sounds great to you, but you still fear that even daring to want more money and success will turn you into Cruella DeVille, there is a reason for that.
Historically, women haven't exactly been encouraged to stand in their own power. In fact, we were groomed to be agreeable, giving, and to collaborate. (Insert image of a toiling and obedient wife/daughter here.) We were raise to be good girls who placed a higher value on support others than achieving our own goals. If a women dared to be too loud, too much, too opinionated, and too assertive she was literally burnt at the stakes.
We've come a long way since the witch-hunting days, but we still don't have any positive words for a powerful woman. (Bitch. Ball breaker. Cow. Just to name a few.)
And it wasn't until the mid 1970s that a woman could get a mortgage, a business loan, or even a bank account without the co-signature of a male relative.
If we go back a little bit further, women were kept from voting, from going to college, and from owning her own property. Women were the properties of their male relatives, first their fathers, then their husbands. (Where do you think the tradition of the father walking down the aisle to 'give away the bride' comes from?)
The message that's been hammered into us, inexplicably and explicably, is that our needs don't count. We're worth less than men. Always put other people first.
As a result, we collectively agreed that it's best to lower our expectations and water ourselves down.
And this is why paying attention to our deepest desires and dreams still doesn't feel safe. It feels risky. Wrong. Selfish. Unnatural. Consciously we might feel confident, ready, and on top of things. Subconsciously we want ro stay small and quiet.
I'm here to change that. Everything about my work is about empowering you from the inside out. I want you to know in your bones that it's safe to access your inner power. I want you to know in your heart of hearts that making a great living does not mean you have to forfeit your femininity. This is big work, and we'll take it one step at a time.