There’s an idea from American corporate culture that the best are people who are productive with a great work ethic. They are expedient and efficient and great at what they do. They provide a lot of value, make the company a lot of money, save time and make a dream employee.

This idea is also prevalent in school that being a good student meant you were a good girl. The teachers like you and you get treated better when your perform well.

These life situations train us that our merit is in achievement. That success is in doing and not in being. And that we’re only good when we’re proficient, making money and work at a high standard.

On the flip side of that, no one wants to hire someone who is a work in progress. This would be costly, inefficient  and impact the bottom line of a company. We are taught to fire quickly and hire slowly just to make sure we get the A player. People become dispensable and worthiness is a directly correlated with the ability to make money.

The reality is people get good at what they do over time and with practice. The reality is that everyone makes mistakes. We get programmed really early that making mistakes is a liability and that perfection is the way to status, notoriety, and success.

And the reality in the corporate work culture and school culture is that there’s no room for mistakes. There are no shades of grey. There’s just right or wrong. Capable or incapable. Smart or unintelligent. Ambitious or lazy.

So you learn to fake it til you make it, blame others for mistakes, hide,  and develop a work ethic that pushes you beyond your limits to achieve.

These learnings become our lives and

create a  rat race lifestyle as mothers, business owners or in work.

We become busy with being busy. Busy with looking for approval. Busy with achieving and our worth gets wrapped up in approval of our husbands, bosses and our ability to earn in our business.

Overwhelm and victim hood become our companions and we silently suffer inside.

And then we get tired of the rat race and want out. Except its not as simple as starting a business, leaving your job, or taking a break from the kids.

All those ideas and habits you’ve formed over the years follow you in your life and impact your perception, choices and day to day life.

The business, the marriage, the job-

were supposed  to give you freedom, peace of mind and flexibility.

Instead you end up in your own self made rat race.

You don’t  feel free.

You feel stretched.

You feel like work, the home, or your business has crowded out your life.

You find money  feels heavy.

And you’re waiting for the day you feel less stressed.

And this is why healing in business and life is important.

Because you bring you and all your habits, thoughts, and emotional baggage into your business and life situation.

In many cases it’s not your circumstances that are a problem.

It’s your perception and feelings about your circumstances that are the problem.

So if you’re working in a job , busy at home raising your family, or if you’re running a business and wish you just made more, had more time, or somehow things were easier I want you to consider this.

What you’re currently experiencing is simply an uncovering of  your habits, emotions and thoughts all surrounding money, relationships, time, and life approach.

Want your circumstances to change?

Be willing to change yourself.

And as you make the intention to develop true freedom then it’s important you also free your mind in the process.

In the absence of shifting your mindset and habits you are left with chasing, compromising and hustling.

True freedom will only come when you are free to live a life that is conducive to the next life,  realise that your rizq is written and understand that your ultimate worth is beyond your bank account balance.

So whether you’re currently working in a job, a business or even your working in your home, I want you to know you have full control to change  and heal for the sake of Allah.

If you want to speak to us about how you can do this please click here to find out more about our membership.

Hind x

There’s an idea from American corporate culture that the best are people who are productive with a great work ethic. They are expedient and efficient and great at what they do. They provide a lot of value, make the company a lot of money, save time and make a dream employee.

This idea is also prevalent in school that being a good student meant you were a good girl. The teachers like you and you get treated better when your perform well.

These life situations train us that our merit is in achievement. That success is in doing and not in being. And that we’re only good when we’re proficient, making money and work at a high standard.

On the flip side of that, no one wants to hire someone who is a work in progress. This would be costly, inefficient  and impact the bottom line of a company. We are taught to fire quickly and hire slowly just to make sure we get the A player. People become dispensable and worthiness is a directly correlated with the ability to make money.

The reality is people get good at what they do over time and with practice. The reality is that everyone makes mistakes. We get programmed really early that making mistakes is a liability and that perfection is the way to status, notoriety, and success.

And the reality in the corporate work culture and school culture is that there’s no room for mistakes. There are no shades of grey. There’s just right or wrong. Capable or incapable. Smart or unintelligent. Ambitious or lazy.

So you learn to fake it til you make it, blame others for mistakes, hide,  and develop a work ethic that pushes you beyond your limits to achieve.

These learnings become our lives and

create a  rat race lifestyle as mothers, business owners or in work.

We become busy with being busy. Busy with looking for approval. Busy with achieving and our worth gets wrapped up in approval of our husbands, bosses and our ability to earn in our business.

Overwhelm and victim hood become our companions and we silently suffer inside.

And then we get tired of the rat race and want out. Except its not as simple as starting a business, leaving your job, or taking a break from the kids.

All those ideas and habits you’ve formed over the years follow you in your life and impact your perception, choices and day to day life.

The business, the marriage, the job-

were supposed  to give you freedom, peace of mind and flexibility.

Instead you end up in your own self made rat race.

You don’t  feel free.

You feel stretched.

You feel like work, the home, or your business has crowded out your life.

You find money  feels heavy.

And you’re waiting for the day you feel less stressed.

And this is why healing in business and life is important.

Because you bring you and all your habits, thoughts, and emotional baggage into your business and life situation.

In many cases it’s not your circumstances that are a problem.

It’s your perception and feelings about your circumstances that are the problem.

So if you’re working in a job , busy at home raising your family, or if you’re running a business and wish you just made more, had more time, or somehow things were easier I want you to consider this.

What you’re currently experiencing is simply an uncovering of  your habits, emotions and thoughts all surrounding money, relationships, time, and life approach.

Want your circumstances to change?

Be willing to change yourself.

And as you make the intention to develop true freedom then it’s important you also free your mind in the process.

In the absence of shifting your mindset and habits you are left with chasing, compromising and hustling.

True freedom will only come when you are free to live a life that is conducive to the next life,  realise that your rizq is written and understand that your ultimate worth is beyond your bank account balance.

So whether you’re currently working in a job, a business or even your working in your home, I want you to know you have full control to change  and heal for the sake of Allah.

If you want to speak to us about how you can do this please click here to find out more about our membership.

Hind x

There’s an idea from American corporate culture that the best are people who are productive with a great work ethic. They are expedient and efficient and great at what they do. They provide a lot of value, make the company a lot of money, save time and make a dream employee.

This idea is also prevalent in school that being a good student meant you were a good girl. The teachers like you and you get treated better when your perform well.

These life situations train us that our merit is in achievement. That success is in doing and not in being. And that we’re only good when we’re proficient, making money and work at a high standard.

On the flip side of that, no one wants to hire someone who is a work in progress. This would be costly, inefficient  and impact the bottom line of a company. We are taught to fire quickly and hire slowly just to make sure we get the A player. People become dispensable and worthiness is a directly correlated with the ability to make money.

The reality is people get good at what they do over time and with practice. The reality is that everyone makes mistakes. We get programmed really early that making mistakes is a liability and that perfection is the way to status, notoriety, and success.

And the reality in the corporate work culture and school culture is that there’s no room for mistakes. There are no shades of grey. There’s just right or wrong. Capable or incapable. Smart or unintelligent. Ambitious or lazy.

So you learn to fake it til you make it, blame others for mistakes, hide,  and develop a work ethic that pushes you beyond your limits to achieve.

These learnings become our lives and

create a  rat race lifestyle as mothers, business owners or in work.

We become busy with being busy. Busy with looking for approval. Busy with achieving and our worth gets wrapped up in approval of our husbands, bosses and our ability to earn in our business.

Overwhelm and victim hood become our companions and we silently suffer inside.

And then we get tired of the rat race and want out. Except its not as simple as starting a business, leaving your job, or taking a break from the kids.

All those ideas and habits you’ve formed over the years follow you in your life and impact your perception, choices and day to day life.

The business, the marriage, the job-

were supposed  to give you freedom, peace of mind and flexibility.

Instead you end up in your own self made rat race.

You don’t  feel free.

You feel stretched.

You feel like work, the home, or your business has crowded out your life.

You find money  feels heavy.

And you’re waiting for the day you feel less stressed.

And this is why healing in business and life is important.

Because you bring you and all your habits, thoughts, and emotional baggage into your business and life situation.

In many cases it’s not your circumstances that are a problem.

It’s your perception and feelings about your circumstances that are the problem.

So if you’re working in a job , busy at home raising your family, or if you’re running a business and wish you just made more, had more time, or somehow things were easier I want you to consider this.

What you’re currently experiencing is simply an uncovering of  your habits, emotions and thoughts all surrounding money, relationships, time, and life approach.

Want your circumstances to change?

Be willing to change yourself.

And as you make the intention to develop true freedom then it’s important you also free your mind in the process.

In the absence of shifting your mindset and habits you are left with chasing, compromising and hustling.

True freedom will only come when you are free to live a life that is conducive to the next life,  realise that your rizq is written and understand that your ultimate worth is beyond your bank account balance.

So whether you’re currently working in a job, a business or even your working in your home, I want you to know you have full control to change  and heal for the sake of Allah.

If you want to speak to us about how you can do this please click here to find out more about our membership.

Hind x

There’s an idea from American corporate culture that the best are people who are productive with a great work ethic. They are expedient and efficient and great at what they do. They provide a lot of value, make the company a lot of money, save time and make a dream employee.

This idea is also prevalent in school that being a good student meant you were a good girl. The teachers like you and you get treated better when your perform well.

These life situations train us that our merit is in achievement. That success is in doing and not in being. And that we’re only good when we’re proficient, making money and work at a high standard.

On the flip side of that, no one wants to hire someone who is a work in progress. This would be costly, inefficient  and impact the bottom line of a company. We are taught to fire quickly and hire slowly just to make sure we get the A player. People become dispensable and worthiness is a directly correlated with the ability to make money.

The reality is people get good at what they do over time and with practice. The reality is that everyone makes mistakes. We get programmed really early that making mistakes is a liability and that perfection is the way to status, notoriety, and success.

And the reality in the corporate work culture and school culture is that there’s no room for mistakes. There are no shades of grey. There’s just right or wrong. Capable or incapable. Smart or unintelligent. Ambitious or lazy.

So you learn to fake it til you make it, blame others for mistakes, hide,  and develop a work ethic that pushes you beyond your limits to achieve.

These learnings become our lives and

create a  rat race lifestyle as mothers, business owners or in work.

We become busy with being busy. Busy with looking for approval. Busy with achieving and our worth gets wrapped up in approval of our husbands, bosses and our ability to earn in our business.

Overwhelm and victim hood become our companions and we silently suffer inside.

And then we get tired of the rat race and want out. Except its not as simple as starting a business, leaving your job, or taking a break from the kids.

All those ideas and habits you’ve formed over the years follow you in your life and impact your perception, choices and day to day life.

The business, the marriage, the job-

were supposed  to give you freedom, peace of mind and flexibility.

Instead you end up in your own self made rat race.

You don’t  feel free.

You feel stretched.

You feel like work, the home, or your business has crowded out your life.

You find money  feels heavy.

And you’re waiting for the day you feel less stressed.

And this is why healing in business and life is important.

Because you bring you and all your habits, thoughts, and emotional baggage into your business and life situation.

In many cases it’s not your circumstances that are a problem.

It’s your perception and feelings about your circumstances that are the problem.

So if you’re working in a job , busy at home raising your family, or if you’re running a business and wish you just made more, had more time, or somehow things were easier I want you to consider this.

What you’re currently experiencing is simply an uncovering of  your habits, emotions and thoughts all surrounding money, relationships, time, and life approach.

Want your circumstances to change?

Be willing to change yourself.

And as you make the intention to develop true freedom then it’s important you also free your mind in the process.

In the absence of shifting your mindset and habits you are left with chasing, compromising and hustling.

True freedom will only come when you are free to live a life that is conducive to the next life,  realise that your rizq is written and understand that your ultimate worth is beyond your bank account balance.

So whether you’re currently working in a job, a business or even your working in your home, I want you to know you have full control to change  and heal for the sake of Allah.

If you want to speak to us about how you can do this please click here to find out more about our membership.

Hind x

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