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Deepening into Intimacy

It’s so different to think of your business as a work of art. 

Rather than it being just a job or a struggle. 

But if you’re the artist, and this business is your canvas, it is so much juicier. 

I want to share an energetic, or maybe even philosophical component, of how I do things. 

There is a lot of information, and training, and guidance out there on how to work with a team. 

Or how to lead and manage a team. 

Some advice that I have really loved and others that I haven’t. 

And I think we get to do things differently in our community. 

When I think about the intimacy incubator or my free Pleasure is Power Facebook group, there are conversations happening about how we fold intimacy into our work. 

Some of those people are in community with us and they’re not entrepreneurs or really interested in business. They skip over the business parts and deepen into the Flirt program. 

Or the Self-Love or Relationship programs. 

But for a lot of us, we are doing both.

We want both. 

We crave the best experience with our business and our relationship and we want to deepen into the best version of ourselves, in both. 

We want to be honest, 

Be in pleasure, 

To be real, 

Present in the moment, 

And not distracted by our triggers and caught up in our trauma or our fears. 

So it started to make sense to me to fold into the intimacy incubator and really have it become a place where we thought, not only about how to lead ourselves, and love ourselves in relationships, but also in our work in the world. 

There is so much intimacy in how we show up and what we create. 

Before I started really diving into intimacy, I was doing a lot of generic stuff about life coaching and crafting your vision. 

It was all fun and sweet, but it didn’t have as much grit. 

And when I think about my work and the way I related to it pre-intimacy, it was more tense.

It felt like work was unpredictable and I never knew what was going to happen. 

I was keeping myself at a distance. 

And once I added intimacy, I became braver, more authentic offers because I was really deepening into who I was.  


Intimacy is the missing ingredient in your leadership.

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