Mindy’s goal is to help individuals and organizations awaken their power and full potential to ignite transformation and gently move human evolution forward. She uses an “In the Now Moment” holistic approach to integrate mind, body, and spirit, while forging a relationship and sacred space for the individual to embrace his/her edge and connect profoundly with his/her highest self. The people that work with Mindy discover how much power they already have and how they can design a new future that is more creative, exciting, and rewarding—sometimes even after crossing the veil!
As Mindy points out, we get overly busy when we are running away from our truest, our highest self—and it doesn’t matter if that self is an individual or a business. Individuals avoid stillness and solitude for fear they are missing something—Instagram, Tweets, Facebook posts, or meeting the popular designer that did the neighbor’s kitchen.
Public business leaders work hard striving to meet Wall Street’s next quarter expectations lose sight of why the business was started and what the longer term solutions could be. Private firms, often led by family members, unknowingly take their familial dysfunctions into the business, desiring for things to be different but never understanding that nothing changes in the business if nothing changes personally.
If we run fast enough, stay busy enough, our emotions cannot catch up with us. Our society encourages us to be busy. But making no time to reflect on our life is often a warning sign that we are stuffing negative thoughts and emotions that we would rather not look at—the very thoughts and emotions that are telling us we are not aligned with our innermost desires, and that in all likelihood, we are being swayed by others’ needs and expectations, following pressures to conform and aimlessly wandering into someone else’s path.
When you decide to step to your edge, you will soon realize you were created to be joyful, wild, and free—not good, perfect, and tame. It is there—and only there—that innovation and co-creativity can be born. And under no circumstances do you have to jump to anyone else’s expectations—including Wall Street.