True leadership is the balance of the masculine and feminine w/ Lee Noto – Livestream Recording

Do you struggle to feel safe or grounded? Do you find yourself getting angry or annoyed easily? Maybe you’re even experiencing burnout. Is it difficult for you to find balance between work or “the hustle” and personal life? If this sounds like you, the solution may be to balance your masculine and feminine energies. In this episode we tell you how to access and balance out these two sides of yourself so you can access flow in work and personal life. 

In this episode I talk with Lee about what it’s like when your masculine and feminine energy are out of balance and how to tell for yourself. By the end of the episode, you’ll know exactly what to look for to see if you’re out of balance AND some simple exercises on how to access both masculine and feminine so you can start living in a state of flow and ease. If these things sound good, this episode is for you. 

If you often feel overwhelmed or burnt out or you have trouble trusting and loving yourself, this episode will give you the clarity you need to love who you are unconditionally. In this episode we talk you through ways to balance yourself through nourishing and accessing your masculine and feminine sides. 

Please share this episode and leave a 5 star review.  

——

FREE BOOK – To get our scaling playbook that has helped 250+ businesses grow 400% on average, while cutting 8.6 hours from the founder’s work week – go to https://www.scalewithpsychology.com/book

Learn more about how Scale with Psychology can help you scale your business: https://www.scalewithpsychology.com

——

To learn more about Ani Manian, go to: https://www.animanian.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/transformwithani/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ani.manian/

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUHOLnr0GPt6wac34htxgug

Latest Episodes

Addicted to growth?

Striving for growth from a place of perceived deficit or a need to prove oneself is an illusion and ultimately unfulfilling.  Instead, growth should stem

Read More »