Oct 29, 2019
Today my guest is Johanna Gardner and we have an amazing
conversation about how to love yourself more (right now).
I have known Johanna for many years and have watched her experience
quantum shifts to become rich in mind, body, and spirit.
Johanna is a past multi-millionaire real estate mogul and hotel
owner turned Intuitive business coach who helps healers, coaches
and intuitive entrepreneurs own their value and earn more money
doing what they absolutely love to do.
In this episode, we talk about how to love yourself more so that
you can get into alignment with wealth, and how Johanna’s personal
journey from highly successful, multi-million-dollar real estate to
loss led her to align with her highest heart space.
We dive deep into why it’s so important to understand that creating
a business is the easy part. The difficult part is to give yourself
permission to do the thing you love and make money.
Highlights you won’t want to miss:
- Why needing and chasing money is not fulfilling and it can lead
to losing it all.
- How a traumatic experience led Johanna to intuitive
- How finding what you love to do will allow you to align to your
highest heart space.
- Why proving yourself takes you out of alignment.
- How the magic happens when you learn how to love yourself more
and connect to your power.
- Why making money does not have to be hard.
- The new language that you need to learn to go from lack to a
- How to be rich by living in the moment.
- “A lot of people don’t understand that creating a business is
actually the easy part; the difficult part is giving yourself
permission to do the thing you love to do and making money from
that.” – Johanna Gardner
- “I love to help women identify what they love to do without the
parameters of how the hell that works in the business, and kind of
isolate those things.“ - Johanna Gardner
- “If you can do things that you love to do and make tons of
money doing them, that’s just epic.” - Johanna Gardner
- “Making money is a choice, allowing it in is a choice.” – Emily
- “Magnets don’t need to try to stick to a refrigerator, they are
magnets.” – Emily Aarons