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When today’s guest lost the love of her life in a tragic accident, her whole life plan was stripped from the table.
But part of the human condition is the ability to transform tragedy and heartache into something beautiful. It’s how her husband’s death became one of the pivotal points that enabled Sheevan to become – in my words – “the Queen of Flow”.
I was so pumped to talk with Sheevaun, this conversation made me so happy! I learned some incredibly profound things too. But that’s what happens when you sit down to talk about life with a business advisor, master coach, and energetic thought leader. In fact, Sheevaun has helped over 25,000 entrepreneurs, CEO’s and leaders tap into their soul’s unique formula – so they can show up in the way that’s right for them.
And in this episode, she shares some incredible wisdom and insight that will inspire you to challenge your understanding of how the world works (so you can make life work for you too).
Nearly all our communication is energetic before we say a word.
My conversation with Sheevaun gets pretty deep as we dig into the tangible as well as the intangible. We talk about everything from inner reflection, to microscopic living, to the importance of cleaning up your ‘hot mess’!
It’s an episode that left me feeling inspired and empowered.
It’s true. There may be a lot of negativity floating around in the world right now, but that doesn’t mean we’re powerless to do anything. In fact, Sheevaun reveals some very practical steps we can take to feel better about our own lives and make our mark on the world.
So tune in and discover some of life’s secrets and how flow can help you create success, fulfillment, and happiness in your life.
I love that the human condition can take a really negative thing and transform it into something really amazing and beautiful if we allow it. It’s really the greatest hope we have.