Success Coaching for Women Healers and Practitioners




Michelle Barr

Michelle Barr is a business coach who specializes in helping women spiritual entrepreneurs, healers and wellness practitioners turn their life’s calling into a profitable business they love. To experience what it would be like to have this kind of support and guidance and work with Barr, she is offering a free, Seven-Day Business-Building Mini-Course for Intuitive Women at IntuitiveWomenEntrepreneurs.com.

       Through her coaching, teaching and training, Barr supports and guides intuitives, wellness practitioners, other healers and small business owners to successfully earn a living with their spiritual gifts. “I know all too well the pain of realizing your life’s calling has turned into an expensive hobby, and that you are either going to have to give up your dream or do something different to make money,” says Barr.

         Barr is also teaching a free, one-session webinar, How to Survive as a Spiritual Entrepreneur, to be offered five times during March.

For more information and to register, visit IntuitiveWomenEntrepreneurs.com and HowToSurviveAsASpiritualEntrepreneur.com. See ad on page 25.

 

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