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As humans, we want to be seen, heard, and belong. Louise Geary knows that all too well. In this episode, she shares with us the 5 key elements to master to help you attain those things.

In 2019, I worked with Louise to help extract her Signature System to teach this stuff. It was wonderful to catch up with her again and to have her share with you all her process for learning how to be seen, heard, valued and belong. 

In this episode, we discuss:

  • How making one simple decision put her on the right path
  • Learning how to be present in the moment
  • Paying attention to yourself and rewiring your old patterns
  • What is resistance? And how do we overcome it?
  • A simple physical technique to become present
  • Key ingredients to being seen, heard, valued and belong
  • Slowing down
  • Self awareness
  • Embodiment
  • Energetic presence
  • Conscious connection
  • The benefits of mastering these 5 elements
  • And more!

More about Louise Geary

Louise Geary is a mentor, speaker and facilitator. She works individually and in groups, with people who want to be seen, be heard, be valued and belong. So often people get busy, stressed and stuck in the same old patterns. They lose momentum and connection in their relationships, work and business. Louise spent many years feeling stressed and just getting through the days. As she discovered the power of embodiment and presence, she realised that she wanted to be a conscious leader and help to create a healthy, vibrant world community.

Visit Louise Geary’s website

 

TRANSCRIPT:

 

Renee:

Welcome back to another episode of Leveraged & Loving It. I’m Renee Hasseldine, and today I’m joined by Louise Geary, who’s here to speak to us about being seen, being heard, being valued and belonging in life and business. So thank you Louise so much for being here, such a valuable topic.

Louise:

Thank you Renee. Thank you for having me. I’m excited.

Renee:

Yeah, I’m excited too because I think we all, we hear your story and we hear you talk about this, where all going to resonate with this on some level or another because we all have a story of feeling unseen, unheard, undervalued and not belonging. We all know what that feels like. So yeah, I know when I hear those words from you about what you help people achieve, I just think we all need a bit more of that. So tell us, how did you get into this work?

Louise:

Well, mainly because I didn’t feel like I was seen, heard, valued or belonged. Took me a long time to put those words around it, Renee, you helped me do that. I have been caring for my son for 18 years, 18 or 19 years. So when he was born, my whole life trajectory changed. And it was a little bit of a surprise because he was born with a brain injury. So he has a disability and he’s a beautiful young man and we wouldn’t have it any other way really. Well, maybe we would, but when he was first born, I really threw myself into being the carer and trying to fix him, as you do because mother’s like to fix everything. And I kept stepping into the future, worrying about what might happen to him.

So, I spent a whole lot of time not thinking about myself at all. My husband and I spent a lot of time just getting through the days and not really nourishing or deepening our relationship. And so, after quite a few years of that, it’s not healthy to not ever think about myself, you know? So I got to a point where I just knew I was exhausted, my body was hurting, I didn’t feel happy. I didn’t feel like I was in a relationship. I wanted to be. And I didn’t want to be like that anymore. So I started to make some changes, just really simple changes because I was quite depressed, and I honestly didn’t feel like I had the support around me. I didn’t feel like I belonged anywhere. So I started looking for help in simple and easy ways. So the first thing I did was drink some more water. It’s so simple-

Renee:

I thought you were going to say wine then, and I was like, I’m not sure you’re going down the right track there Louise.

Louise:

Started drinking casks of wine. No, I didn’t. Honestly, I was in such a space where we didn’t have any money and I didn’t have any energy. I had motivation, but I didn’t have enough. And so I was standing at the sink, having an epiphany at the sink. And I realised that while I could start by getting a bit healthier, and I could do that by eating better and drinking water. And so that’s what I did to start with. And as soon as I made the change, then I started to… That just helped me shift a little bit. And so then I-

Renee:

Because you’ve just made a statement and a choice that you’re going to look after yourself.

Louise:

Yes. And it’s so simple.

Renee:

One decision.

Louise:

Yes. One small decision that I could do because it’s really easy to get into that old pattern. The resistance of going, well I can’t do anything because I can’t afford to find a coach or I can’t afford to do this, or I haven’t got any energy, or no one will pay any attention to me. All of those things, I could just keep going around in that pattern. Or I could make a change. That’s simple. So one small step can make the hugest change. And I think that’s what made me realise that I really, really wanted to do this work because it can be quite simple to help someone else then to make a change. And when you make that first change, then there’s a roll on effect. Which is what happened for me.

So I found the art of feminine presence work, which is what I teach. So really, it’s not about just for women, it’s presence work and about being in your body. So you really want to make change, you need to anchor yourself in your body. You need to be here now. So you have to be present in the moment. If you want a relationship to work, if you want people to get you when you’re running a business, all of those things.

Renee:

Yeah, absolutely. So from your perspective, what are the things then that get in the way of people achieving what they want in terms of… Well, even just being seen, being heard, being valued and belonging. What stops people from getting that?

Louise:

Yep. I personally believe that you have to do, your own work first, you have to do the inner work or the outer stuff’s not going to work because I’m not walking my talk. If I’m not looking at the shit that’s going on inside myself, and I’m out there telling everyone else what they need to be doing, then it doesn’t gel. And so people get it. They might not be deeply intuitive or they might not really understand that, but they’ll think, no, I don’t really want to work with that person right now. Or not sure, don’t quite get them. And it’ll be because I’m not delivering my message properly because I’m actually not doing it myself.

So my message is all about that, about looking at the underlying drivers and the unmet needs in myself because they hold me back. If I don’t change the patterns, the old patterns, then I’ll go back to how I was before. Trying to fix Dylan, trying to fix everyone else, being outside of my own body and trying to control everyone else, and not paying attention to myself.

Renee:

Yes. And I so resonate with that because years and years in business for me, and I know without fail, every time there’s been a downward turn in my business, every time there’s a dip in the revenue, it is because something is going on with me personally, even though I’ve got a team. But if I am not aligned, if I’m not present, if I’m resisting something, if I’m sabotaging something, it is me. And it will reflect in the numbers, like it shows up straight in the P and L-

Louise:

It’s spooky.

Renee:

It’s just like, the numbers dip and I go, okay, what have I got to deal with? Okay. Right.

Louise:

What’s lurking underneath?

Renee:

Yeah, something’s lurking there. Right. Go do the work, Renee, go do the work. It’s so true. And I know there’ll be people listening who’ll be calling bullshit. But I’m telling you, it’s not. Because I’ve been in business for 19 years and it’s just the way that it works.

Louise:

Yep. And I actually feel like, it’s not like you go… You make a change and you learn about yourself, and you open up, you start to expand and open up, and then you see opportunities where you might not have seen them before. So often, it’s a glass half full instead of a glass half empty. But as you open up and you learn, it’s like you take a step up, but then you get a bit fearful perhaps because you’re expanding so much. There’s all this money coming in, there’s all these clients, and you don’t know whether you’re going to be able to do it all. How are you going to support them all? And you go back into that old pattern of resistance, which is what-

Renee:

Sabotage it because you’re afraid of the success that’s coming.

Louise:

Yes, yes. Mine was afraid of failing. I’ll get really successful and I’ll fail at it. I won’t be good at it. I don’t know whether that’s fear of success or fear of failure.

Renee:

I won’t be good at being successful. 

Louise:

I’ll fail at succeeding. Honestly, that’s how my mind convoluted on it. And you can get so caught up in that. And that’s just a silly old pattern. It’s an old thinking pattern. There’s always hope too. Like we get into that space, if you do the work there in that level of resistance, then I can open up again to the next level and then more abundance or more ease in my business. And for me it’s about ease. So it’s not like I dropped right back to where I was 10 years ago. It’s like a plateau, and then you take that next step, and then another lot of stuff comes in. Another lot of resistance.

Renee:

So, you’re using this word resistance, what do you mean? What do you mean by that word?

Louise:

Well, for me, it’s our old self not wanting change. It’s fear. So it’s like that old part of us, just takes a front seat again for a while or tries to and says, “No, no, don’t do that because you’ll get hurt.” Or people will laugh at you or look at all those trolls on the internet or we’ll all have our own voices that will say, “Don’t do that because you will get hurt.” Most probably, that’s the underlying thing. In some way we’ll get hurt. So the resistance comes in and visually for me, it’s like digging my toes into the sand and leaning back and going, no, no, I’m not going any further.

It honestly feels like that and it hurts, that space in resistance. But I think it’s a place of celebration really. When you get to that point, you know that actually you’re about to step into a bigger picture, you’re about to expand your business again, or you’re about to deepen your relationship or something. So, that’s when the fear comes in even harder when you’re just about to take that next step. So it’s a place to celebrate because all you have to do is stop and have a little, be a bit introspective and have a little look and see what it is and what it needs, that part that’s fearful.

Renee:

Have you got some little questions that you like to use? When you acknowledge or observe resistance in yourself, what questions do you use to reflect and move forward?

Louise:

Well, one of the big ones that I find really, really powerful is to go, is this mine? Because often for me, the voice that comes in is my mother’s, “Oh, don’t do that dear because,” I love my mother, can I just say? We have a really good relationship, but there’s just a bit of an old pattern of don’t do it because you might get hurt. That was a big one for me.

Renee:

Protective parent voice. Yeah.

Louise:

Yes. Yeah. And so if that kind of feeling comes in, and mine usually comes in in feelings before I’ll get the thought, but the thought’s probably been there before. Then I’ll go, is this mine? And almost straight away it’ll be, Oh no, that’s not mine. That’s mums, or well that’s those people who don’t know anything about business who are saying, “Don’t do that. You’ll lose all your money.” And that’s such a simple thing to do, isn’t it? To just go, is this mine? No, I’ll let that go then. It’s so easy.

Renee:

Yes.

Louise:

Yeah. So that would be my first thing. And actually my first thing is to do a physical practise. Which is make a change in my body.

Renee:

Is that something we can share on a podcast?

Louise:

Yes. So, do you want me to share it now?

Renee:

Yes. Do.

Louise:

So one of the biggest things is, if we don’t make the change in our bodies, it’ll just keep coming back. This is what I’ll be like, we’ve got it stored in our-

Renee:

Stored in our nervous system. Yeah.

Louise:

Yes, yeah, yeah, yes, yes. I’ll listen to, is it Raquel, or Rachel?

Renee:

Raquel. Raquel Dubois. Yeah.

Louise:

Yeah, yeah. That was great. Yes. And it’ll come back again and again. When you think about the fight and flight mode, when we’re in that space, which is where I was for a long time, that locks into our bodies and it will come back without us having any conscious control over it. If I feel something like that happening or a resistance or a fear coming, then the first thing that I will do is to consciously move back in my body. And so, I’ll physically do it. So, if you’re sitting on your seat and you’re sitting upright like you would in a yoga pose, then just move back. So you’re rocking back on those bum bones.

You move yourself back with the sense of dropping your awareness, your attention into your body. So it’s like you’re moving back and sliding down inside your body, basically. You can do it with your breath. So as you breathe in, just flow your awareness into your body and as you breathe out, you’re just relaxing a little bit. So what you’re doing is dropping down into your body and then you can bring yourself back into that alignment again, so you don’t have to sit with your lower back curved all the time. And you’re still there. It’s a really simple thing that you could do in the middle of any presentation and no one would even know what you’re doing. You don’t have to close your eyes, but you just do that little movement, like rock.

Renee:

I’m quite happy to close my eyes on stage actually.

Louise:

Yeah, yeah. I do it because it helps me think, and it’s an NLP thing, isn’t it? If you look up, look away from people and look up, it’s like you’re drawing in the inspiration, I like that. So you can do that standing as well. Just rock back on your heels for a minute, and then back into your centre of balance. It’s a really simple physical movement, but it has that, you’re thinking your way through it as well, like imagining yourself. But the big thing is to just shake your body. Just stand up and give yourself a good shake.

My mother used to say that, I just want to give you a good shake, shake it out of you. But honestly you’re stuck in something. So physically move your body, unstick it. It’s so simple. Shake it around, do whatever, roll your neck, roll your shoulders. Shake out your arms. Do a ta-da.

Renee:

And shimmy.

Louise:

And doesn’t your body feel different already?

Renee:

Yeah. Yeah.

Louise:

It’s so simple. So yeah.

Renee:

Nice, nice, nice. So what are the key ingredients for us to master if we want to be seen, be heard, be valued, and belong?

Louise:

And again, they come from my signature system. The four key ingredients. Beautiful. Slowing down. Again, they’re just really simple things, but we don’t do it. So there’s a lot more to slowing down than just stopping, but actually one of the first things you need to do sometimes is stop for a minute. It doesn’t have to be, you don’t have to sit on a mountain for 10 years. Although sometimes when my kids were little I wished I could, but-

Renee:

We take the toilet instead.

Louise:

And I didn’t even have a look on my toilet, it never felt like I was safe. I can remember Renee, going to this toilet at a cafe and it was this beautiful toilet with a window and trees outside and beautiful and breezy, and had a lock on the door. And I’d have the kids at a table just outside, it was on a veranda, they’d be just there so they were fine. I’d go and sit in the toilet for a minute and go, ah. The only place where I have felt I ever had any privacy.

Renee:

I’m sure there are many other parents who are totally resonating with that right now. Can I quickly tell you my toilet story, which is not as relaxing at that. It’s actually the other end of the spectrum. I remember when my two kids were toddlers, so they’re 17 months apart, were at the swimming pool. And the day we were at the swimming pool, it must’ve been some sort of dads and kids session in the kids’ area. So imagine there is the toddler pool is full of lots of dads and their toddlers. Okay.

Now my kid, I need to go to the toilet. So we go to the toilet, it’s right next to the toddler pool, that’s facing onto the toddler pool. I have to take my kids in with me because they’re toddlers. I’m supervising them. So there we are in the toilet, door’s locked. So there I am, bathers around ankles, sitting on the toilet, and my youngest child opens the door. Which faces out into the toddler pool full of all the daddies and their toddlers.

Louise:

Did you give everyone a wave?

Renee:

I actually cannot remember what I did. I’m pretty sure I’ve blocked it out to protect myself.

Louise:

That’s a classic.

Renee:

And when they say nothing prepares you for parenting, I think that’s what they’re talking about.

Louise:

I felt like I just lost all care about my body and what people saw or what they thought about it.

Renee:

I kind of laugh when I go and get a massage and they leave the room while you take your clothes off. Are you insane? You’re going to see it all anyway. I don’t understand. There’s nothing to hide here. Don’t go anywhere, I don’t want to wait five minutes for you to come back. 

Louise:

Beautiful.

Renee:

Is that something about me really just wanting to be seen? In all my naked glory?

Louise:

I’m sure that was it. You should have been looking at your underlying drivers before you went into that toilet Renee. There’s some secret wish to flash your body to the world.

Renee:

When I said I wanted to be seen, that wasn’t quite what I had in mind.

Louise:

That’s beautiful.

Renee:

Because of course we all look glorious and at our best with our bathers around our ankles, sitting on a toilet.

Louise:

Yeah. There’s no graceful way to deliver that one, is there? Unless you just go, put your arms out and go ta-da.

Renee:

Shimmy.

Louise:

That’s what you should’ve done. You’ll know next time.

Renee:

I can’t believe I didn’t just capitalise on that moment and the opportunity. Too funny. All right, let’s get back to business.

Louise:

What was business?

Renee:

Talking about the keys to success and number one is slowing down.

Louise:

Yes, yes. We got to slowing down.

Renee:

Number two.

Louise:

Number two, self-awareness. So that’s all the kinds of things where you’re looking at what’s going on underneath. And so, some of that’s mindfulness, but just bringing your attention to the feelings, to what you’re really feeling underneath. And sometimes you need to drop below the busyness of you head, the critic and the confusion, that voice. So that you can really feel what’s going on underneath. So that’s really important. Once you get there, because once you’ve listened to feelings and really listened to feeling without the story, then you’re dropping in to the present moment. And that is absolutely the key. When you’re in the present moment, when you’re in your body, that’s when you do get seen and you find you feel calm enough to actually not care, if no one sees you, or if everyone sees you on the toilet.

Renee:

You’re going to have that image ingrained in your mind.

Louise:

I am. I am. It’s brilliant.  I’ve got the image of you going ta-da on the toilet.

Renee:

Fantastic, great. And what colour ware the bathers that are around my ankles?

Louise:

Blue.

Renee:

Their blue? Okay. And actually they possibly were blue with white polka dots.

Louise:

Oh there you go. You just need an Audrey Hepburn had and some sunglasses.

Renee:

If only. I can make this scenario glamorous.

Louise:

I know. And [inaudible 00:21:05], we’re meeting it in every step, slow down, self-awareness.

Renee:

Yeah. Let’s keep moving to number three.

Louise:

Going back to the toilet.

Renee:

I want to help people clear out this image of me on a toilet.

Louise:

So step one is slow down. Step two is self awareness. Step three… So actually part of self awareness is really paying attention to the shadow. The things that we really shovel deep down inside that we don’t want other people to see, that we think aren’t good enough. And often those things are actually just painful things that we’ve learnt the wrong lesson around, and they’re often light and bright qualities. It’s not always things like aggression or those kinds of things.

The shadow work is really powerful and one of my favourite things to do because it’s really freeing as you bring them out. Self awareness. What’s the third one? Embodiment. Of course, being in your body. So that one thing that we just did about moving back on your seat, that’s a process of getting yourself into your body. So part of embodiment is being in your body, in fact, you have to be in your body. The other part of it, is bringing forward all of who you are and being it, instead of putting a facade on to tell people what you are or show people or what you do or whatever, it’s about just being it and you don’t actually have to tell quite as much. So when I’m really practising it, if I stand up and give you an elevator speech and it’s a bit, well it’s not if I’m really practising , it’s not dodgy, but I’ll say different things all the time.

And people say to me, I had one day when I did it, I dropped in before I said my elevator pitch, and I had five different people say to me, “I really love what you said.” And they all had a completely different idea of what I’d said. There all things that I do. All kinds of work that I do, but they’re all different. So being home in your body, people get you. So, that’s people see you, hear you and value you.

But the main part is that first of all, when I’m in my body, I value myself. I love being me and I feel pleasure and I feel joy in the moment, and without that, life is like it was for me years ago. There’s no pleasure, no joy. And I was just getting through the days. So that space we can’t live without that, that’s why we’ve got bodies so we can feel, so we can feel pleasure and joy, as well as the other feelings, grief or anger or whatever. But we shut down on one, we shut down on anger and we lose pleasure. Who wants that? I want to have fun.

Renee:

Yes, please.

Louise:

Absolutely. And energetic presence is my fourth step, which is really about paying attention to your boundaries and taking responsibility for your own feelings. So if you don’t master that, then you will never be able to manage your business, especially when you work with people. Never. You might be really brilliant at your business, but I bet you’re exhausted. Because if the boundaries aren’t right, you’re either shutting down. So you don’t take on other people’s stuff, or you’ve got none and you’re just soaking it all in, or splashing your stuff all over everyone.

Sometimes when you haven’t got the boundaries, that’s when you lean in and try and control someone else’s feelings, most mothers will have done it with their kids at some point. You lean right in and say, “Stop doing that,” instead of moving back a little bit and giving them space. So boundaries are really important.

And then the fifth one is conscious connection. And of course conscious connection is, you have to build on all of the other steps to get to there. So it’s-

Renee:

The first four are all internal and then this fifth one, then that is when you can actually, that’s the outside world.

Louise:

Yeah. And you know that, you talk less and you listen more. And then people see you and hear you. Say less and they hear you more. And that’s what conscious connection is. Dropping home into my body, clearing my own stuff out. If I’m so full with my own old habits and patterns and fears and triggers and crap, that’s what I’m full of and that’s what people will get when they meet me. It’s kind of too much going on, and no handles where they can connect with me because I’m so busy messing around with my own internal dialogue and triggers and pain and fear.

Renee:

Yeah.

Louise:

That sounds really messy, doesn’t it? I think that’s where, well I was certainly there, I think that’s where a lot of people are. Before they become conscious, before they start to recognise that they need to make some changes themselves.

Renee:

Yeah. Caught up in the day to day busyness of life.

Louise:

Yeah. And it’s uncomfortable. It’s uncomfortable and you lose that joy and pleasure. And that’s what I talk about, the ease, that’s what you get in the end. It’s ease. Like Oh my God, this is so easy, but it can be so hard to do it. Because it’s a practise. It’s always a practise.

Renee:

Yeah, it is a practise and so, but is it worth it? What do we get? What’s in it for us? If we actually follow through and embrace these five keys, what are we going to get? What can we expect? Like how are you seen, heard, valued and belonging now? What has this practise given to you?

Louise:

I do weekly classes where we learn these practises, and there’s lots of reflection, and lots of kind of working together, and witnessing and holding space for each other. It’s very powerful. A lot of people come to those classes and say, “Oh, I don’t know what you do. I don’t know what these classes are about, but I’m here.” And so I figured that, that’s because I’ve stood up in a meeting and said, “This is what I do, but what I’m doing is practising what I do.” And so people are seeing me and feeling a draw, there’s a magnetism. So it’s kind of like magnetising people towards me instead of leaning into them and trying to pull them into my work.

Renee:

Please be my friend.

Louise:

Yes.

Renee:

Please like me.

Louise:

Yeah. And usually people will kind of move back about 10 steps when that’s happening. So it’s quite hard to explain in some ways because the work is experiential. You do practises, you learn about things in your body and about the energy around you, the space around you, and about how we relate to each other. So it’s powerful. The big thing is that once I listen to myself and value myself and recognise that where I belong is in my own body, then it happens around me. And if I’m the seeing, hearing, and valuing, then community happens around me, people are drawn to me. People actually hear what I say and tell me that, “When you said that thing,” well, I can’t even remember saying that, but they’ve heard it.

So that’s invaluable, if you’re running a business, that’s invaluable to be truly seen and heard.

Renee:

Yeah. Very, very important. Especially if you are a business owner who is an expert thought leader, consultant, if you’re not seen, heard, valued, you’re not going to get any clients.

Louise:

No. No. And it’s not a way to put food on the table.

Renee:

No, no, no, it’s not at all. Yeah. Gorgeous. Thank you so much for sharing that Louise. I think it’s really important for us to… Like I feel more grounded after our conversation, so I appreciate that. And because everyone knows I can like off in the woo-hoo, Renee’s high.

Louise:

And that’s beautiful. And absolutely, that’s part of who you are.

Renee:

Yeah. It is. And it’s interesting because it’s not all of who I am. It’s a lot of what people see all the time and then there’s, I actually do quite like hanging out and chilling out and being grounded too. I do have both sides. It just tends to be that that’s not a lot of what people end up seeing because if I’m in go, go, go mode for the business, it’s not as visible to see the Renee that’s-

Louise:

I would suggest that you’re probably quite grounded when you’re doing it.

Renee:

Yes. Yeah. Even though I am like high energy, because I am so confident and certain in my work, it is a very grounded confidence and certainty. That’s true.

Louise:

Because if you’re not, you’d be exhausted. By the end of your day, you’d be absolutely exhausted.

Renee:

Yes.

Louise:

Because you’re not anchored in your body.

Renee:

Yeah. Yeah. I’d say that’s definitely something I’ve got a lot better at over the years. Yeah, for sure. Yeah. Very important for a sustainable business.

Louise:

So did you used to get exhausted?

Renee:

There were times in my business where I have burnt out, so yeah. Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. It’s just getting to know myself better over the years, and being more honest with myself about where my boundaries are, and what I actually like doing, what fills my tank, and basing my business around that. Not around someone else’s successful model that I think, well it works for them, they’re making money doing that, so I should do that just so that I can win. I just don’t get caught up in that anymore. Now, I just am really honest with myself about yes, if I see someone being successful running webinars, that’s great for them, but that doesn’t fill my tank.

Louise:

No. See, that’s ease. That means you are absolutely home in your body and listening to your inner good. It’s like you can hear it because you’re home in your body. Really grounded and paying attention. And that’s when everything comes so easily. And it seems so easy, doesn’t it?

Renee:

Once you get it. And I think, there’s the personal development, there’s a lot of personal growth that’s come before that to get to that point. And then on the business side, having my signature system based around my zone of genius, that means that I’m not pushing shit uphill in my business anyway because I’m doing work that’s in my flow. So it’s not hard. There is ease in the actual work that I’m doing because it’s built by design.

Louise:

Yes. Yes. And then it’s absolutely what you teach everyone else to do. Brilliant.

Renee:

Thank you. Thank you. So Louise, if people want to find out more about who you are and what you do, where should they go?

Louise:

Well, my website’s louisegeary.com.

Renee:

Beautiful.

Louise:

And-

Renee:

Go check it out.

Louise:

Yeah, that’s it.

Renee:

Give them one, don’t give them more than one. Make it easy, Louise.

Louise:

It’s got all my contact details. I don’t know. I’ve got my phone number, my email, all over it.

Renee:

All the things, great. So louisegeary.com, we’ll make sure the link is in the show notes as well. Thank you so, so much. And to all of you listening, I hope you all feel seen, heard, valued, and belong.

Louise:

Thank you Renee. That was great.

Renee:

You’re listening to Leveraged and Loving It, I’m Renee Hasseldine, talk to you next week.


renee-b&W webRenée Hasseldine works with consultants, experts & thought leaders to turn what is in their brilliant minds into powerful Think RAPT systems using visual models. Her knack for extracting and unpacking thoughts and turning them into unique intellectual property is sheer genius.

Renée is the author of the best-selling book ‘Share Your Passion’, she is the host of the ‘Leveraged and Loving It’ podcast and a panel member on The Business Playroom TV.