Today on Pass the Secret Sauce, I had an amazing conversation with Mia Hewett, Founder/CEO of Aligned Intelligence. Mia helps purpose-driven entrepreneurs stop secretly struggling, live in alignment with their dreams so that they can scale to 6 and 7-figures the faster, easier way.
She is the best-selling author of “Meant For More: Stop Secretly Struggling and Be A Force To Be Reckoned With.”
If you want to be free of self-sabotage, self-doubt, and the life you are meant for… this episode is something you don’t want to miss.
In this episode we discuss:
- How Mia grew up in a very poor condition, having no enough food for dinner [3:52]
- What’re the two important decisions she made that shaped her life [6:18]
- Being a wealthy person trying to survive; anxieties and burnouts she felt being a boss [9:06]
- Things she did to get out of her work habits [12:00]
- Being obsessed with finding out why people struggles [13:55]
- The Universal Law of Polarity [17:45]
- Getting out of framing statements as like their facts [20:22]
- Being wealthy but not having attachment to money [24:05]
- What is the deadliest thing to man [25:57]
- The birth of the Ego — The Fall Self [28:00]
- Why people haven’t figure out the way out of their struggles or traumas [31:40]
- Healing the emotional traumas, changing the entire trajectory of one’s life [34:20]
- Asking the right questions to bring out the emotional traumas [39:40]
- Mia’s book — Meant for More [43:45]
- Best ways to get in touch with Mia Hewett [48:15]
Links to sources and tools:
- Connect with Mia Hewett: https://www.linkedin.com/in/miahewett/
- Talk with Mia Hewett: https://www.miahewett.com/
- Read her book for free: http://miameantformorebook.com/ (pw: Freebook)
Listen to other PTSS episodes:
- The Four Key Values To Follow in Discerning Opportunities with Phillip Berry
- Build Your Business by Winning the Hearts of the People with Evan Dash
- Management Philosophy, Developing Life Wheels for Employees with Rishi Khanna
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