Apr 15, 2020
Are you suffering from the
belief that marketing is slimy? Listen in to learn how to shift
your mindset around the key to your success as a wellness
What you’ll get out of tuning in:
it’s important to uproot your “brules” around money.
to shift your beliefs about marketing.
to change your behavior around marketing.
Links Mentioned in Episode:
- Cate talks about how
she built up a local clientele after moving from San Francisco to
rural Idaho and Wyoming.
- 0:25-2:17 -
- 2:18-12:57 - Overcoming poverty
- 12:58-19:32 - Shifting your
mindset: marketing as service.
- 19:33-24:43 - Changing your
behavior: how to reach the people who need your
- 25:44-31:15 - Becoming obsessed
with success: 10X your actions until you have the perfect
- “Marketing is a service.” --- Cate
have to build a structure for your mind, and you do that by taking
different action.” --- Cate Stillman
- “There's nothing weird, or slimy, or not
helping people about marketing. It's a fear of either being seen,
being out there, standing in the conviction of ‘I know something
that can help someone.’” --- Cate Stillman
- “Doing things differently usually brings up
discomfort in people, just like, I mean, holding a two-minute
handstand brings up discomfort unless you're holding a two-minute
handstand every night. They're no different. It's all tapas, right?
So why is marketing, why is that not the funnest thing for you to
do? Like, you wake up and get out of bed, and say, ‘I get to help
people for free.’” --- Cate Stillman
Lea Horvatic is a Yoga Health
Coach with 30 years experience in Naturopathy, Nutrition and
Vibrational medicine. She started doing yoga at the age of 9, and
began to share it with others 10 years aqo. Lea's co-founded Sutra
Journal, an online magazine on Tantric Philosophy and Arts in 2015,
and collaborated with projects at MIT Pune, India and Exeter, UK as
part of the The Centre For Biofield Sciences & Biofield
Research in 2000.
Lea's healing journey began when
she was 20, and moved to London following the years of domestic
abuse, teen debauchery and strife. In spite of not knowing anyone
in the UK, nor having any money, or even an idea how she will deal
with all the logistics, she had ONE motivating reason - to find out
how to reconnect with her life's path and serve and be happy. The
journey was challenging and inspiring, and continues to be so. At
the age of 22 she was diagnosed with cervical cancer, and this
pushed her deeper into study of ways of altering the body's
frequency to access healing and health on all levels.
Surfer of life, experimenter and
a hedonist, she always loves a good laugh.