In this week's episode Gwen and Ashley Wray of Mala Collective discuss how to build a thriving business. Ashley shares about her journey from journalism, to having a spiritual experience in Bali, to how she built Mala Collective on the side before fully taking the leap. With transparency, honesty, and vulnerability, Ashley lets us know how we can build a successful business but still have doubts, limiting beliefs, and give away our power.
Ashley inspires as she tells about her mistakes, learnings, strengths and weaknesses of being an entrepreneur so know you are not alone in the beautiful grit of moving from solopreneur to entrepreneur.
Listen to this week's episode and be inspired by Ashley's path of intuition, heart, discipline, commitment, being okay with discomfort, and learning to lead from the feminine, and how we can experience even more growth.
Towards the end of the episode, Ashley also shares that there is no one way to create success, however, true success in business comes through slow and steady discipline and commitment. When we step into the discomfort, and move into our purpose, our old identity sheds, and what remains in flexibility as your business and purpose changes.
Listen as Ashley tells about her success through the pandemic simply from shifting into her divine feminine, and blending the divine masculine and releasing the toxic masculine.
Topics in this episode:
• Knowing the timing of moving from side hustle to full time with your business
• Knowing you are enough as you are, and you are doing enough
• Moving through the natural and valid doubt and limiting beliefs of entrepreneurship
• When to hire and how to manage people as a feminine leader
• Being aware of being teachable versus giving away your power away
• Moving out of thinking you don’t know your business as well as someone else
• Trusting your intuition more as a woman in business
• Building relationships and the return on investment of human connection through curiosity versus hustle and grinding and force
• There is no one way to create success
• Knowing true success in business comes through slow and steady discipline and commitment
• Stepping into discomfort, and moving into your purpose as a coach required you to old shed identity and allowing
Visit Ashley of Mala Collective at https://www.malacollective.com