PODCAST: How to be a leader without feeding the Ego?

Once you are truly committed to following your inner calling and say yes to making a living out of your spiritual / esoteric skills and knowledge, there might be some challenges you’ll have to come through. It’s easy to get sucked into the games of our ego when you are in a leadership position, which I slipped into on multiple occasions while working as a director and CEO and progressed incredibly fast in my career. Leading without feeding the ego was one of the toughest lessons I had to master. Not only I took on a great level of responsibility at a young age but I also had to deal with being a female leader in Malta where the local culture still prefers to accommodate male leaders.

During that time my spiritual development sky-rocketed and as I became more and more conscious about my decisions in life, everything around me started falling into place before falling apart. When your level of consciousness starts shifting, your external world shifts along with it whether you like it or not. It’s definitely not a fun journey at times when you are awakening and becoming more aware of your inner reality.

Listen to this podcast and learn from my experience: the challenges I faced as a female leader and what I would do differently looking back. I’m sharing part of my story of how staying authentic will propel you even forward and why I lost myself while I was a successful CEO at the age of 30. The result? Once I realised I was no longer on the most authentic path, I left it all behind to recalibrate my mind.

Ready to get started on your journey to turn your higher calling into your career and vocation? As a gift to the community, I’m offering a free 30-minute consultation to help you get some clarity and identify what would be the best method and strategy for you to unleash your potential and build your spiritual business. Get your free consultation here.


Making a bigger impact as an internal drive is what caused the spiritual industry to be born. The more people you will reach, the bigger impact you will be making in society, in your community and in the world. Listen to some tangible advice to figure out how to reach more people with your spiritual business, what an operational plan should include in addition to sharing my own vision why Connect One Marketing was born.

In case you’re wondering what a spiritual business is and what type of activities build up the spiritual industry then find out more about that here.

PODCAST: The toughest things to admit are admitting things to yourself

I have recently been invited to feature on The Fit Fun Podcast, run by the zestful high-performance mindset coach and branding expert, Fatima K and her co-host the resilient founder of Fit-budd, Mateo Melichar, coaching clients into success physically and mentally with his holistic approach.

I’m truly passionate about collaborating and sharing knowledge so I immediately said yes to this opportunity to share my story, how I went from being a CEO to living in a jungle in Sri Lanka and arriving at Barcelona starting Connect One Marketing.

We chatted about how to go through challenges in all areas of your life by shifting your mindset, the importance of following your gut feeling and why it is important to make your passion into your source of income.

“The toughest things to admit are admitting things to yourself.
To restart; but the more you do it, the easier it becomes. You don’t have to be stuck, you don’t have to be keep on doing just the same thing over and over again. You have the power to change whatever you want. It is scary as hell. Is it easy? No! But is it worth it? Hell yes. So be brave.”

Just a heads-up, as we are covering many important topics with Mateo, press play when you have 40 minutes available to yourself to really benefit from our tips and guidance.

You can listen to the rest of their mind-shifting and confidence building episodes on Spotify