So many people want to launch a business but they are stuck because they don’t have a business idea. If you listen to most entrepreneurs you will realise that their business is built around their own experience.
In today’s episode, we have Yael Gilboa, founder of Mandala Healing Dance, joining us to share some awesome insight on her personal journey as an entrepreneur. She gives her advice on launching a business, around who you are and what you love, with the intention to inspire and impact people.
Yael Gilboa is an artist, a dancer, a filmmaker and a passionate teacher for the New Energy, mentoring women to connect with their creative self. Ever since she can remember, she felt that there was something inside her that wanted expression, but just couldn’t find the right outlet. She’s always been creative, but most of her life it took second place to a more cerebral type of work. Mandalas and Sacred Geometry were a real revelation. The channel she was looking for was to have direct contact with her inner self. She found that drawing Mandalas could help her in trying situations in life. They helped her heal the rift in her soul, and find peace in the most difficult life experiences. They helped her grow spiritually. Her explorations led her to the understanding of the cosmic function of Sacred Geometry, and she loves how it is expressed in nature. Much of her inspiration comes from spending time immersed in nature. Teaching and inspiring others is her mission in life, and in her courses she aspires to combine all the tools that have so enriched her life.
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