Episode #90 Using Your Voice for Good w/ Kathleen Ventura
Welcome to the show!Today I have Kathleen Ventura with me who is on a mission to v
Today I have Kathleen Ventura with me who is on a mission to create consciousness w/ business owners, entrepreneurs, and companies around the world.
Kathleen loves our planet and has some strong beliefs about not only why you should but what you can do, even as a small business owner to make massive shifts.
Today on the show Kathleen and I talk about:
Why being a conscious entrepreneur or business owner is so important today,
How being conscious can actually increase revenue,
The sense of urgency behind her work and why we should pay attention,
Communication and it’s role in speaking our truth about our beliefs and more!
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Kathleen Ventura is a high-performance coach, conscious consultant, and TEDx speaker. Making a move that would terrify even the bravest of nonconformists, she quit her high-pressure sales job in 2012, sold everything, and set out to ride her bike across the United States.
After 2 years of perpetual travel, she found her calling as a coach and consultant for entrepreneurs, executives, and small businesses. Kathleen now works with women who are experiencing professional success and want to use their influence to effect change and bring awareness to important issues through their personal behavior or business culture.
She is a self-proclaimed “intentional liver” on a mission to spread awareness and inspire action in ambitious leaders and to make a real difference towards social and environmental issues. Kathleen is a feminist, passionate environmentalist and advocate for plant-based eating. She believes that living intentionally, actively designing a life in alignment with one’s unique values and priorities, breeds freedom and abundance. She lives in Sedona, Arizona with her husband and rescue dog and cat, living a life totally in alignment with her own values.