In this episode, Devi chats with Erin McDonald about Creating and Establishing Healthy Boundaries in your life and business as a spiritual entrepreneur.  Erin is an international life and business coach, obsessed with transformation – both her own and that of her incredible clients.  She has a course called “6 Weeks to Better Boundaries” and she shares some of her expert boundary advice with us in this episode.

Devi and Erin discuss:

  • How to establish healthy boundaries in your business
  • The impact of not setting healthy boundaries
  • How to have difficult conversations around boundaries
  • Knowing the intended outcome behind your boundary conversation
  • How to communicate when you are ending a relationship with a client
  • Owning your part of a relationship
  • “Being messy and cleaning things up later”
  • What to do when people choose to test your boundaries
  • How Erin sets boundaries around personal time with her kids
  • Powerful agreements that create powerful relationships
  • Choosing the relationships that we want to have
  • Creating the space for your “why”
  • Letting go of the desire to multitask
  • Reverse engineering your business from the lifestyle that you want to create
  • Setting office hours
  • Not trying to “mom” and “work” at the same time
  • Putting your phone in the drawer
  • Setting boundaries around work/life balance
  • Creating dedicated time to “fill back up” and have personal self-care
  • Using a scheduler, like Acuity Scheduling
  • “Book it” to make it happen
  • Creating clarity around who you are willing to work within your business
  • Setting boundaries in the beginning of the relationship and only working with the people that you are here to serve
  • Creating powerful copy and branding that comes from you being yourself
  • Not allowing your branding to create a barrier between you and your ideal clients
  • Being delighted in being yourself
  • Moving from “It is not personal, it’s business” to “It is not business, it is personal”
  • How to set boundaries in the online space
  • The need for both boundaries and blurred lines
  • Knowing “who you are for” and “who you are not for”
  • How to find your own voice in your copy by sharing what you like
  • Using copy to automatically set the boundaries around who you want to work with
  • How humor is such an underrated tool in spirituality
  • Be curious about what is interesting for you and always assume that someone will find it interesting, fun or inspirational
  • The number one boundary that Erin set in her business and life that made the most difference for her
  • Acting on the red flags that you are overlooking
  • Watching out for the victim mentality
  • The importance of keeping going and not settling
  • Why “clumsy grace”

and more…

Connect with Erin on her website @ ClumsyGrace.com
On Facebook: facebook.com/clumsygrace

More about Erin:

Erin is an international life and business coach, obsessed with transformation – both her own and that of her incredible clients, also tacos.  When she’s not coaching the funniest, most creative, purpose-filled, biggest-hearted-bad-asses on the planet earth, she enjoys parenting her two hilarious kids and wife-ing it up with her rad subbed.  She considers herself a kitchen dance party enthusiast and is a self-proclaimed whack-a-mole champion.  She believes that most success comes from mindset, that coaching creates miracles, that relief is an underrated emotion, and that Happy Potter’s birthday should be a national holiday.

Resources Mentioned:
Acuity Scheduling for scheduling
Get Rich, Lucky Bitch by Denise Duffield-Thomas

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