How We Help
Spirit in Business provides the best business and marketing support available for
wellbeing practitioners. In a language you can understand.
A one on one Spirit in Business consultation gives you the opportunity to look at your wellbeing business directly and address anything you need a little (or lot) of help with. Whether you are at the beginning, middle, peak or crossroads in your wellbeing career, we can help you with planning, marketing, social media, infrastructure, support, clarity or a sense of overwhelm. Our vibe is one of love, passion, encouragement and enthusiasm.
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Spirit in Business provides amazing business and marketing workshops across Australia for Health and Wellbeing practitioners that are joyful, authentic, and heart-centred. Spirit in Business workshops are packed with amazing business skills, filled with creative flair and peppered with meditation, movement and aromatics to keep you in a space of wellness as you learn and grow. We’d love to have you there.
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The Art of Joy is a beautiful book filled with inspiration and practical tools to create a life filled with passion and joy. Ginny West offers The Art of Joy for personal development, or a guide for group work and practitioners. Hold the press! The Spirit in Business Book (everything you’ll ever need to know to create heartfelt success in health & wellbeing) is scheduled to launch in December 2015.
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Ginny West is an engaging and inspirational speaker drawing on her vast experience and personal journey in health & wellbeing. Ginny presents at body, mind & soul expos, health & wellbeing conferences and industry events. Create a buzz at your next gathering by taking a fun, informative and engaging business journey into creating authentic success in health and wellbeing. Come and be inspired to new levels.
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Spirit in Business is about bringing together all wellbeing practitioners, regardless of lineage, modem or training. Leaving all judgement at the door, we celebrate diversity, love, inclusion and mutual respect.
Spirit in Business is dedicated to helping health & wellbeing practitioners to shine. We are all about taking your wellbeing practice, products and services out into the world with clarity, passion, joy and authenticity. Spirit in Business offers powerful marketing, planning, social media and email campaigns for soulful success. All the business, nitty gritty from a space of love, because we believe everyone has the right to be successful, to be seen and heard. We would welcome you to get in touch and see what an amazing difference a little help, encouragement, professional advice & experience can make to your business. So why not book a consultation, dive into a workshop or pick up an inspirational read today?
Marketing with Heart
Market your products and services from a totally heart-centered, authentic space
Social Media with Soul
Creating a strong brand presence in a way that is soulful, ethical and aligned.
Planning with Purpose
Bringing your vision alive step by step.
Finding Your Voice
How clarity, consistency and courage creates a loyal, engaged audience.
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Wisdom for Wellbeing Practitioners
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It’s totally normal to experience overwhelm when you’re trying to run your own business, so here a few simple steps to help you clear space, step back, take a deep breath and bring your focus back to what really matters. Keep Your Eye on the Big Picture It’s easy to drown in the small details[…]
It’s amazing how much stuff we leave unfinished, but unfinished projects will leak energy and integrity from your business like nothing else. Whole, completed, fulfilled projects build your skills, your reputation and your brand. Completing things is about having a level of maturity and commitment to what matters, and following through with dedication and devotion. It is[…]
Hey everyone, given that I am running a little behind with the book I thought I’d give you a sneak peak to see what it’s all about. Heading for a March/April 2016 release now… Spirit in Business is about holding a deep connection with spirit and creating a business that is an inspirational driving force[…]
So you’re sitting on the cusp of a New Year, but before you launch into your plans for 2016, there is one absolute must for a successful outcome, and that is your in depth review of 2015. A lot of people avoid this because it can be a bit of a reality check, and even bring up[…]
So you’ve been trying to find your customer avatar for weeks or months, but you just can’t seem to work it out. So what’s wrong with you, why don’t you get this, why is it so hard? When you think you have it, why does it feel really uncomfortable in your skin and you feel compelled[…]
“Just as we learn to start and not finish, we can learn to complete what we have begun” – Sark If there’s one thing that drives me totally crazy as a coach it’s when incredibly talented practitioners put together an amazing soulful, heart-centered plan and then….do nothing. Or get distracted, or head off on another[…]
So there is a lot of buzz in wellbeing around finding your customer avatar, creating an audience, finding where they hang out and ways of talking to them. But I want to talk about why finding your voice is more important than finding your audience… Finding Your Voice In my experience most wellbeing practitioners started[…]
I don’t know where the urge came from, but I always stepped forward when other people were being bullied or mistreated. My brother would come racing around the corner in primary school yelling “Vince (my nickname) the grade 6 boys are beating up the grade 3 boys again” and I’d yell furiously “Right” and race[…]