Highlights from our panel discussion show that getting comfortable charging — and charging enough — money for creative and intuitively led work is a journey for most independent workers.
Part II of Episode 3 of The Mindstream Podcast continues the discussion: Creatives and intuitives feel their work is needed, unique and cherished by others, yet misunderstood and undervalued. Half of them admit feeling uncomfortable about valuing their work in monetary terms.
In Episode 3 of The Mindstream Podcast, we’re discussing the money mindset of professionals who draw on their natural gifts as a vocation, like healers and creatives — those for whom the value of the goods and services they generate are initiated by tapping into their own natural or, some might say, supernatural abilities and expressing them for the benefit of others.
Edinburgh’s West End was abuzz last weekend as people noshed on whole foods at Roots, meditated on the emotional walls in their lives at Calm on Canning, sorted out their spines with White Tree Chiro, flipped through tomes on mindset at The Next Chapter, marveled at the energy of crystals at The Arthur Conan Doyle Centre, and sampled the benefits of aromatherapy, yoga, and pilates at various locations.
While “Well Being in the West End” was conceived as an interactive showcase of the neighbourhood’s wares and services to support holistic health, it proved much more: A community of like-minded people.