Todays guest on The Blog To Profit Show is Cassie Mendoza Jones.
“In my soul I’m a writer. There was just something that built my confidence in my writing so much to the point where I could just 100% call myself a writer. Pretty much from that weekend I started adding writer into my bio. For me, kinesiology has been one of the things that has helped build my confidence and clear blocks. If there are any mindset blocks that I need to shift, doing kinesiology, either doing a balance on myself or having a session … That, to me, is so incredibly powerful because you’re using your own body and your subconscious to tell you what is blocking you and to tell you what you need to do to shift that block. There’s just really nothing like it.”
How Cassie got her book deal with Hay House + what the pitch looked like.
Why pizza & pasta could be better for you than a raw salad.
So much more (beautiful more).
Cassie is a writer, a published author, kinesiologist and naturopath. Cassie helps you upgrade your health and your life – what you eat, how you think, but also what you say “yes” to… and what you say “no” to.
It’s her mission to share what she knows about looking after yourself, being gentle with yourself, slowing down, and releasing any emotional blocks, limiting beliefs or self-sabotages which keep you feeling stuck.
Cassie started her business because she cares about helping women give themselves permission to stop burning out, pushing themselves so hard, and feeling like self-care, self-confidence and self-acceptance is so out of reach.
Her debut published book, ‘You Are Enough. How To Elevate Your Energy, Align Your Thoughts And Get Out Of The Comparison Trap’ had just launched upon the recording of this podcast and is an exceptional piece of work that, having read the book, feels like there is such a care for you, the reader in the message.
I adored this conversation with Cassie and I have been busting to release this incredible podcast for you. Grab a cup of tea or go on a nice walk while you listen.
Without further ado, come and listen to myself in a conversation with Cassie Mendoza Jones.