Her business used to be all over the place, and she was just mimicking what other people were doing.
She struggled to find the tribe of people who would resonate with what she was putting out there.
Then, she started using ritual and her intuition in really practical ways within her writing, yoga, and essential oils business so that she could not only get paid when she wasn’t working, but so that she could also be the kind of mother she wanted to be.
Find out what Nancy Alder, aka “The Flying Yogini,” did to grow her social media following to tens of thousands and how she created more free time for herself in the video.
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Learn more about Nancy and her business at www.flyingyogini.com.
How could you use ritual in your business, whether it’s through social media or other avenues, to create more flow and ease on a daily basis? I’d love to hear your ideas in the comments!
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