I'm Neghar—Your Coach + the Head Mistress of Magic Making
We all have that thing that makes us unique—that talent, skill, idea, or innate ability—that super power that allows us to contribute to the world (and make money doing so) like only we can.
That thing that feels both natural and necessary, that fulfills you on a deeper level and adds value to the world—the thing you feel absolutely called to do.
The trouble is, we often find ourselves disconnected from it or unable to pinpoint what that purpose may be or how to utilize it.
And as a result we find ourselves doing work that bores and drains us—work that leaves us feeling as though we're just punching the clock and neglecting the burning desires of our souls.
Because the external world tells us who we're supposed to be, and sells us false tales of stability and the status quo, we fail to connect to what were born to do.
When we settle for stuff that doesn't light our souls on fire, we miss out on the full experience of life. We feel foggy, lethargic, dull, disappointed with our circumstances—and most of all, we feel stuck.
In that stickiness we begin to believe the lie that we've been told: that we don't deserve more, and that we are incapable of escaping this prison that leaves us feeling incomplete and unfulfilled.
The truth is that you don't need to feel lost, disconnected, or restless. You don't need to keep feeling unfulfilled by your work.
You can connect more deeply to your soul and the work it's asking you to do. You can learn how to cultivate your super powers and make beautiful, substantial, impactful contributions to the world.
I will show you how.
You know that "who the hell am I" voice that keeps you from taking up space, making magic, and going after your dreams?
It says things like:
"Who am I to launch a website? I'm just a mom."
"Who am I to create a coaching course? No one will sign up."
"Who am I to call myself a leader or an influencer? I only have 200 followers."
"Who am I to go after my dreams? I should just play it safe and stay in the grind."
"Who am I to start a YouTube channel? Why would anyone watch my videos?"
"Who I am to create this course/product? There are already so many other people doing it."
I could keep going, but it's honestly just a bummer, isn't it? This limiting mindset keeps us from doing and saying and being all of the things we truly desire.
So many womxn believe that we are "just" who we are—no one special, with no right to take up space or ask more of the world, and zero confidence to put ourselves out there.
This feeling is so common, in fact, that there's actually a term for it; It's called "Imposter Syndrome."
Imposter Syndrome is terribly destructive to your professional life because it keeps you from creating, leading, impacting, and seeing opportunity.
It causes you to compare yourself to others, feeling small and insignificant next to the success of other womxn.
But it spills over into your personal life as well—keeping you small and powerless in your relationships and personal interactions.
Imposter Syndrome is a mindset that steals from us our most beautiful experience of life because we feel as though we don't deserve success, belonging, and abundance.
Can I tell you a secret? Everyone who has the courage to put their work out into the world has experienced Imposter Syndrome in varying degrees.
The difference is that those who are successful are able to recognize it, move through it, and know how to overcome it.
Successful people are resilient. They can call out Imposter Syndrome for the bullshit that it is, and they don't let it stop them from taking action.
You don't have to feel insecure about your work and your abilities.
You don't have to allow fear to keep you small. You don't have to keep hitting pause on your dreams because you feel like you have no right to chase them or you're embarrassed about what others may say about you.
You can overcome imposter syndrome and step into a space of confidence and personal power.
I will show you how.
Many entrepreneurs like to send a message about the "hustle," and tbh it vexes the hell out of me. I'm already a salty girl, but ooooooh does the salt pour on when I hear about the need to hustle!
There's this false idea that you have to sacrifice everything in the name of your work, grind until you're drained, and burn the midnight oil—or you're not a hustler, aka a person who works hard and stands behind the integrity of their work.
Self proclaimed "hustlers" will have you believe that you have to work constantly, neglect self care, reject social invitations, barely sleep, and have no semblance of balance—otherwise you just don't want it badly enough.
Listen, I'm all for the hustle. I do believe that we must work diligently for what we want, and that our work ethic directly related to our success.
But I absolutely do not support the notion that the only way to be successful is to be constantly exhausted and void of any social or recreational life.
Lemme tell you what, I run a succesful, fulfilling business and I sleep 8 hours a night, sometimes more. I workout 5x a week, have dinner every night with my family, get my nails done every two weeks, and spend a helluva lotta time in nature.
You don't have to be perpetually exhausted in order to get ahead. Boundaries are not for people who don't care enough about their dreams—they're for those who value every facet of their multifaceted lives.
Here's the truth: the hustle only works if it's accompanied by the flow.
The most successful creators are those who prioritize the flow: self-care, sleep, nutrition, exercise, meditative practices, social enrichment, and plain old fun.
They understand that an empty cup is one that doesn't produce anything worth noting, and that the best way to be productive doesn't involve constantly working.
If you've ever felt yourself trapped in the hustle, on an endless treadmill of work-work-work that doesn't seem to go anywhere, and generally exhausted by the idea of being an entrepreneur, I want you to know that is not the only way. In fact, I don't believe it's a sustainable way at all.
You can have a social life and a kickass career.
You can have time to create and time for your kids.
You can feel rested, regenerated, and invigorated even while "hustling" for your goals.
I will show you how.
When You Join the Magic Maker Mastermind You Get:
THIS IS WHAT THE 2018 MAGIC MAKERS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THEIR EXPERIENCE:
Because this mastermind is hands-on and intimate in nature, I can only invite a small, curated group of womxn to join. This will ensure that each of you gets the support and guidance you need to truly come into your magic and manifest your dreams.
Once you submit your application, you'll schedule a complimentary call with me to discuss where you are now, where you want to be, and how I can help you reach your goals. We'll both feel out the energy to see how well we flow together and determine if we're a good match for one another.
Simply click the button below to apply—THERE IS NO FINANCIAL OBLIGATION OF ANY KIND TO APPLY! Once you're accepted, we'll discuss investment options that include payment plans. Five sliding scale spots are being offered on an as-need basis, with single mamas and women of color taking priority.
I look forward to guiding you on this journey and helping you take your business and creative endeavors to the next level. It's going to be, dare I say, magical.
Is this for me if I don't have a business yet?
YES! We will lay that foundation and save you the time and hassle of trying to figure it all out on your own. We’ll teach you how to create a website, curate your brand, and so much more.
Is this for me if I have an existing business?
YES! If you’re in the first 5(ish) years of building your business or brand, you will gain SO MUCH through MMM.
Is this just for Los Angeles folks?
NO! Everything is online/on the phone except the two retreats (dates TBD by end of December). Last year I had womxn from all over the country and Canada.
Is this gender specific?
Anyone who identifies as a womxn is welcome to apply, regardless of gender assigned at birth.
When does it start?
The mastermind officially begins January 14, 2019 and runs for 8 months.
What's the investment?
Once your application is accepted, we’ll hop on the phone and discuss all the details, including payment plans. Five sliding scale spots are reserved for single mamas and women of color.