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22 Apr 15

Our Big News

“I’m not sure the timing is quite right”, she says. “I’ll join the course next time.”

“Sure”, I reply with a smile, “I’m not going anywhere.”

It was true for years. As I fell in love with marketing, business, self-employment and the client-finding process, I couldn’t see myself doing anything else, ever.

I created courses – group journeys – that brought together the best of what I knew and I saw this continuing indefinitely. I’d found my niche, my home, my resting place.

And then something shifted. Last year, I went to Germany to participate in the School for the Work with Byron Katie. The experience was transformative and catalysed a renewed fascination with the inner world.

What’s happening behind the scenes on our self-employment journeys?

What are the thoughts that block us from stepping forward, being visible, showing up?

And in our wider lives, how are our stressful and unquestioned thoughts affecting our friendships, our marriages, our family bonds, our parenting and our health?

Deeper and deeper

Corrina Gordon-Barnes: Our big newsDeeper exploration has always run through my courses; participants often remark that I don’t just teach marketing, but am a loving guide for the inner journey of self-employment.

Well… what if I were to drop the focus on marketing? And perhaps even self-employment?

I’ve been sitting with questions about what’s next for me – and I’ve now become clear: 2015 is the year for each course – Blog for Clients, and then Passion to Profit – to run live for one final time.

It’s a sweet and tender place to be. I adore both these online courses and the people we all get to journey with. It’d be so easy to keep on this same path ad infinitum- and I know it’s time to answer the call to move on.

It’s scary to say goodbye to the familiar

The job. The direction your business is going. The relationship. The city. The home. It’s great… you love it… but it’s not quite “it” anymore.

With my inner guidance strong, I find myself open to the uncertainty. I don’t know what will happen next. I don’t know the details of what I’m moving into and how it’ll make money, but I trust that the same principles that have enabled me to build this strong and nourishing business over the last ten years, and which have helped thousands others too, will carry me into creating what’s next.

I also know I won’t figure out what’s next in my own head. I’ve always created through conversations. Your comments on this blog, your emails to me, your remarks on Facebook and Twitter – these keep letting me know what’s happening for you, and how I may be able to be of service.

Celebrating each step of this transition

The final courses this year will be precious celebrations. If you’ve been waiting, putting off, planning to join Blog for Clients or Passion to Profit “one day”, the time is now.

Blog for Clients is coming up soon. This 6 week online group journey equips you to find your voice, share your message, and enrol more paying clients; it starts for the final time on 15th June. We open the doors to this training next month; click here and then leave your name and email to get front of the queue. (Even if you don’t plan to join the course, sign up anyway to receive the free guide, You’re In Great Blogging Company.)

Then Passion to Profit will run for the final time in the autumn – likely September. Get front of the queue here.

(And yes, you can take both courses; many people have done. And yes, both courses are open for men as well as women.)

By joining a course, you’ll then have access to all the step-by-step course materials forever; the PDFs and audios and bonuses are yours to save, download, print etc. Plus you’ll have gained access to a private members-only Facebook group which will continue indefinitely; you’ll be part of a safe, supportive online community that is constantly sharing great insights and resources, and encouraging each other along. You’ll be connected to like-minded friends, together in this movement towards happy, profitable self-employment.

For now, I’ll also continue to share free tips and inspiration for finding clients doing the work you most love here on this blog, so stay tuned – and let’s stay in conversation.

Over to you

When have you decided to leave something great… and open to uncertainty? Has it been hard for you to trust your inner guidance and make significant changes? I’d love to hear from you – leave a comment below and join the discussion.

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74 Comments

  1. Kate Bacon

    Hi Corrina

    Brilliant that you are following your inner guidance and moving into something new that feels right for you. One thing I really appreciate about you is that you really “walk your talk”.

    Looking forward to finding out where this journey takes you. (And thanks for the heads up about the final P2P running in the Autumn, I will be booking my “re-sit” seat for sure).

    Love Kate x

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    1. Corrina

      Kate – So delighted you’ll be back in the P2P journey in the autumn. Do let your grad buddies know in case they don’t spot this or other messages. It’s going to be a celebratory ride!

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  2. claire stone

    Wow. This is exciting. I am excited to see what comes next, and hear about the hows and the whens. Whatever happens next, will be just perfect.
    Good luck!!!

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    1. Corrina

      Thank you, Claire.

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  3. Ani

    How wonderful that you are following your inner call, thank you for sharing your insights and your decision in this wonderful blog post. It’s been 4 years since I took the P2P course and ultimately it, together with life events, led me to close the business I had thought I would be in for many years to come. In the end, after a family trauma and deep insight, I followed my inner calling and bought a little house on a mountain in Spain which I am slowly renovating with my amazing husband, Chris. In the future this will become our business. Your posts always inspire me and provide insight. Last month when I finally closed down my old website it created a large opening in my heart. The next week I found the perfect part-time role that will help provide funds for Spain. Not only is the part-time position beautifully heart-filling (working as a clinical assistant in a child audiology clinic) it is flexible, a cycle distance from home AND I am staying self employed! Wishing you all the best as you journey forth xx

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    1. Dawn

      I love this share – it validates all the information we are receiving from so many place now – how really clearing a space allows the next good fun thing in, and that so much of being on our right path is being aware of our feelings and true desires – without letting the critic and “should” determine what we do. I hope you keep us posted with the wonders of your new life!

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  4. Lizzie Carver

    When it no longer fits, then it’s time to move on – but this is a brave thing so I hope you will congratulate yourself on that. I was part of a free webinar you ran about being visible in your business and we went through some of The Work questions which was profoundly valuable to me, personally as well as professionally. I know you will make a success of your new venture – you have ALL the skills!
    Good luck!

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    1. Corrina

      Thank you Lizzie. It was amazing to share The Work in that webinar – it was the first time I’d done so publicly with a group and the response was encouraging. Thanks for being part of that and letting me know how it was for you.

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  5. Rosalind Bubb

    That’s wonderful! So exciting!
    (I made a big change in 2000, from being a chartered Landscape Architect, and I haven’t looked back.)
    I really look forward to hearing more about it, and I wish you love and joy on the journey.
    Rosalind 🙂

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  6. Lucy Bannister

    Uncanny timing. I’m there. I’m moving my business on, moving away from the city I set it up in, moving home (although no home to move to currently) and a few other major changes. I adore my business and my clients but things started to shift at the end of last year and London is no longer the right place for is to be.

    I’m walking on from (not away!) a very successful project and letting other people take it over. I’m ready but I’m so nervous. I’m yet to tell all my clients as I can’t work out how to do it. As I run physical classes I’ll have to leave most of them behind and that’s really sad for me, even though I know it’s the right thing to do.

    When should I tell my students I’m relocating?

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    1. claire stone

      oooh, Lucy!

      How exciting for you too.

      I think you should tell your students once you feel ready – not a moment sooner and not a moment later. Am guessing that this post took Corrina to find the right moment for her to tell her people.

      (also: Bristol is a very wonderful place…)

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      1. Lucy Bannister

        Thanks Claire. Yes, I think the time will just appear, soon I think xx

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    2. Corrina

      Lucy – I salute your bravery.

      I found the timing of this blog post by noticing when it started to feel I was hiding something. As soon as I felt that, I knew I wanted to share.

      If you were my teacher and you were leaving town, I’d love to know so that I could get as much of you as I could before you left. And also help you out with connections in your new place.

      If your community’s anything like this one, they’ll be behind you and supporting you, even whilst sad to see you go.

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      1. Lucy Bannister

        Thank you Corrina. I’m so glad you wrote this blog! I will tell my students very soon x

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        1. Lucy Bannister

          PS. All the very best of luck and happiness with your new direction. I will tell my clients to get a move on a book your courses whilst they still can!

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  7. Saskia Gregory

    Hi Corrina,

    Congratulations on accepting your next exciting step! As you may or may not know from my contact with you, I decided to stop taking on my copywriting clients in January this year which was a huge financial risk (as the bread winner for my family) and follow my heart to become a coach. It is just something that feels so right to me even though I’ve leapt into the unknown completely!

    I think making a stand for what feels right can only strengthen the chances of your next venture succeeding – and bringing you a great sense of fulfilment. What feels right deep in your soul is such a powerful thing, even if it goes against other people’s logic!!

    Best wishes for your next chapter x

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  8. Rona Steinberg

    Yes Corrina, I have been feeling you transitioning in to something profound and meaningful – something deep, feeling and connected. You are listening to that inner voice and it’s guiding you. Great inspiration to all of us to listen to our voice too, it knows so much. Good luck and please know we are holding the space for you. Thank you for all you do and for what’s to come – I know it will be in service xx

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    1. Corrina

      Rona – “we are holding the space for you” – feels incredible. Thank you.

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  9. Nicola Marshall

    Corrina I think this is absolutely great news and will be exactly the right step….I know it’s hard to jump from what seems to be working, and that you love to the black hole of uncertainty. But I know for myself when I look back (and had all those where will the money come from voices) I can totally see it was the right move….you don’t know what might be possible if you don’t jump…look forward to witnessing the next part of your journey with you x

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  10. Mo Cleary

    Bravo! Your authenticity and transparency around this change are wonderful models for us. I just read last week about some new thinking in HR around, with more people working from home and more people doing freelance work, what does professional development look like for these folks so what is bubbling up in you could well have some crossover for these shifts in the way many people work. Will be so interested to see how this all unfolds. I know we all will be cheering you on.

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    1. Corrina

      Mo – It’s so lovely to hear, thank you.

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  11. Caroline Domanska

    Thank you for this post. I’m in the process of transitioning from successful business which is no longer me anymore so that I can concentrate on my passion for money coaching. I’ve been struggling with drawing the final curtain, but your words have helped me embrace the uncertainty and excitement of what lies ahead. Good luck in your new path.

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    1. Corrina

      Caroline – and all joy to you on yours.

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  12. Helen Rebello

    Lovely Corrina, I am so excited to hear you say this – and I’ve been waiting to see what unfolded for you as it was clear to see that a beautiful shift was unfolding for you 🙂 Your tribe will be with you the whole way because whatever you do, with you at the heart of it, it will always appeal to others. You are truth, authenticity and heart-centred through and through and we love you for it 🙂 And to answer your question, when I transitioned from the NHS to Shiatsu, I had no idea where the leap of faith would take me – but I HAD to do it, because if you don’t listen to the whispers of change that your heart sends you, your body will end up shouting at you so loudly that you will break! Thank goodness I trusted then, and am trusting now, because the transitions just keep on coming!

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    1. Corrina

      Helen – And I love you too. Truly.

      Pencil in 11th June for the next community meet-up…

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  13. Sheila Bayliss

    Hi Corrina,

    This really made me smile.

    Self-employed friends often remark on how ‘brave’ I am for following my heart, but I’m just trusting in something that’s much larger & stronger than me!

    I make a point of periodically letting go of things that don’t quite feel right – and my mindfulness practice helps me to do that. Two weeks ago I ‘woke up’ again into the realisation I was doing some things that looked logical on paper, but weren’t allowing me to serve in the way that felt right.

    If I hadn’t taken many many steps into the unknown, I’d never be building a community at my weekly group & workshops who support each other. It was never in the plan!

    Your change of focus won’t leave anyone high & dry – I’m pretty sure you’ve transmitted enough marketing wisdom for some of your own clients to pick up the mantel.

    Best of luck with whatever comes next,
    Sheila

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  14. Kate Greenstock

    Corinna – you ARE the courageous soul we are all so thrilled to journey with. Thank you for being so clear – for you, for us, for the sake of inspiration and connection. Thank you.

    And yes, I’ll be with you again for September P to P for sure.

    love, Kate

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    1. Corrina

      Kate – Woo hoo! We’re going to have a ball.

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  15. Claire Bradford

    Exciting news, Corrina! I’m so pleased for you!

    Last week, I ran my last meeting of the Worthing Mumpreneurs Networking Club after 3 years as manager. It was an amazing last meeting (everyone did their 60 seconds in rhyme and we had a huge laugh as well as learning lots about each other) and I did begin to question whether I’d made the right decision, but I really feel that the time had come to move on.

    Sure enough, making that space meant that something else has rushed in. I tried to resist it for a while, but celebrancy has found me good and proper, so I’ll be training up for that soon to run alongside the coaching work. May your next calling find you in as clear and joyful a way as mine did.

    Looking forward to reading about how it goes!

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    1. Corrina

      Claire – Ah, I can so see it! Wonderful to hear.

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  16. Leda Sammarco

    Such an inspiring post, Corrina. It sounds like you are transitioning into something really exciting – I’m particularly intrigued by your phrase ‘what’s happening behind the scenes’. I’m sure something wonderful is awaiting you. I’ve been in transition for quite a while myself, and working with you in Passion to Profits was a huge part of that transition – thank you : ). I got stuck in the mire of fear last year, but now I’m so close to launching my new venture – hopefully my new website should be live in a couple of weeks – yay! It all feels so right. Wishing you all the very best on the next stage of your journey and looking forward to hearing all about it.

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  17. Danielle Anderson

    I’m so incredibly excited for you! As you know, my life is full of unplanned adventures and embarking into the unknown – something I started at the young age of 14 and most recently did when I left my corporate career 2.5 years ago. Go for it, and love every moment! x

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  18. Tony Barton

    Congratulations Corrina on making this decision – you won’t regret it. In one of the leadership programmes I lead, we ask the participants to share some of the milestones in their lives that have made them who they are today – the good, the bad and the downright ugly. It occurs to me that most of my life milestones are times when I have left something that at the time represented success…yet it wasn’t enough to sustain my future. I have always listened to my inner guide and there is not one occasion when I have ‘jumped off’ that I have regretted my decision…not that it’s at all comfortable to begin with, quite the opposite…but in the end, it’s always paid off. I am excited for you. You are an amazing woman who will always inspire others with your irrepressible energy and lust for all that is good in life. And I love the way you are completing your existing work so elegantly. It’s all good! Love from one of your male admirers! Tony

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    1. Corrina

      Tony – You were the first ever male testimonial on my site, you know? Thanks for this beautiful message and sharing.

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  19. Laurel Staples

    Corrina–I’m so inspired by you following your intuition and stepping out into the unknown. I’ve had to do this many times and it’s SCARY….but it’s typically the very best thing that ever happens. I’m excited to see what comes next from you!

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  20. Natalia Shpek

    Congratulations Corrina! So excited for you! I hope you have enjoyed California. This journey is so wonderful because we don’t always know where it is taking us. The unknown can be scary but very exciting too. Enjoy every moment of this special period of transition. Looking forward to hearing about what unfolds for you.

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    1. Corrina

      Natalia – Yes, California and now Oregon too. It’s no coincidence that throwing ourselves into so many unknowns out here has brought into the light this new business journeying into the unknown.

      p.s. Pencil in 11th June for the next community meet-up – not yet confirmed, but likely.

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  21. Steve Mitten

    A wise and frequently misquoted and misunderstood rabbi once said, “If you bring forth what is within you, what you bring forth will save you. If you do not bring forth what is within you, what you do not bring forth will destroy you.” Good luck birthing what is next for you Corrina. I trust it will be full of life, light and love. xxx s.

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  22. Ann Brown

    Wow Corrina I just want to acknowledge and congratulate you on your decision. It’s really tough to walk away from something steady and comfortable into the unknown … Yet when you trust your heart and intuition you will always find something deeper and more enriching is waiting for you.

    When I moved house from Surrey up to Scotland 4 years ago people thought I had lost my mind … It was terrifying yet I also felt strangely serene and I just knew it was the right thing to do and that our new and ‘better’ life would be waiting for us…. And so it came to be!

    Whatever you do will be amazing and powerful! I look forward to hearing more! 🙂

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    1. Corrina

      Ann – Your house and the walks around it look gorgeous up there in Scotland, and you’re doing such great community building there. Love being connected with you.

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  23. Carisa Monthooth

    Good for you, Corrina! I know how scary it is to leave something familiar and good behind so you can move forward into something new and keep evolving. Throughout my childhood, my family had such a poverty mentality that I grew up scared to leave jobs I hated. I could always hear my grandma’s voice in my head telling me, “You better hold on to that good job!” In fact, when I decided to quit a job I hated and go back to school full time, I didn’t even TELL her! 10 years later, I’ve finally healed my mindset to the point that I know good things are always ahead of me, that the Universe is abundant, and that I’m always protected on my path. I know the same is true for you! PS-I’m very interested in the Work (Byron Katie) as well. Your post reminds me to make time to watch the videos this week and get started. 🙂 Take care.

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    1. Corrina

      Carisa – Ooh, so excited to hear you’re interested in The Work. As well as the videos on YouTube, check out: http://everypathis.org where you can listen to so many of her audios.

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  24. Kate Olphert

    Oh my goodness what amazing news . It does feel like you’ve been cooking something for a little while- great to heard that that dough is rising and you’re ready for the new.
    What I can’t believe is just how much your training and inspirational ideas have changed the way I work and how my business has progressed having done your courses. I find myself calmly taking the news that in it’s present format it will be coming to an end and in a strange way that makes me feel that you trust me to get on with doing what I do , using what you have so brilliantly taught.
    All I can say is, thank you Corrina for being in my life at the right time and if you need anyone to trail ANYTHING new you are doing please put me at the top of the list!

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    1. Corrina

      Kate – I do trust you: 100%.

      And your message of support means the world. Thank you.

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  25. Kate Wolf

    Wow, how exciting!! And… this is definitely a current theme – I am hearing more and more people who do deep, healing, transformational work, talk about dropping the outer form through which they do this… enjoy your inner journeying xxx

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  26. Lisa McLoughlin

    You are so ready for this change!!! How exciting and liberating to have made the decision. xx Congratulations x

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  27. Miriam Linderman

    When you first mentioned that you were going to the School for The Work last summer, I knew that it was going to be big. Experiences like that are not light. They move us deeply. You see someone as clear as Byron Katie and life and even our cells change radically. There is such an amazing world of wisdom available. It’s always been there for seekers and yet now it seems to be more mainstream, easier to find, more accessible and like a homecoming.

    I look forward to celebrating with you and this community all that has been, and all that is coming. Sending you love and gratitude for what you teach me with who you are. xo

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  28. Meredith Walters

    Congratulations on the move!

    When I started coaching, I had no idea what I would do, whom I would work with or how much money I would make. I still feel like I’m in the process of discovering the answers to those questions, and the answers change and deepen as I change and deepen, but the process feels like absolutely the best thing I could do with my life right now..

    I’ll miss your marketing advice but appreciate your committing to what feels most important to you.

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  29. Ronni Ann

    Boy, do I relate to this. I’ve had my online school for ten years and it’s just time to move on and forward. It’s funny how I see so many folks going through the same things. I am most definitely in the in-between stage where I have no idea what will happen at this point. Just leaping into the great unknown. I’ve started a new site, a new relationship, and about to move. All at once big changes. Sigh. Have loved reading all your posts about marketing.

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  30. Jacqui Crooks

    Congratulations Corinna, I could feel things changing for you and I’m sure you’ll have fun, I look forward to hearing what comes up for you.
    Last summer was my 3rd major transition from things that were working, but just didn’t fit any more. I went through the “where will the money come from” stuff even though I’d already proved that following your heart brings you what you need financially as well as spiritually and emotionally! Now my business is so much of a better fit. I’ve created new products and workshops that represent who I am now and I’m currently in the States having presented at a conference and run a workshop. As soon as I relaxed into it, what I needed appeared. with your intuition, I’m sure you’ll have no problems following your heart:)

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    1. Corrina

      Jacqui – Ooh, where in the USA? We’ve been out here now for 2 months – California, then Oregon, and about to head back to California.

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  31. Lorna Clansey-Gramer

    Wow! What news!
    I must confess to mixed feelings as I read your post and the comments too. There was the initial ‘You’re amazing!’ and then a whole flood of not so comfortable emotions – loss, envy, inadequacy, fear. I think these feelings tell me that I too need to look within and question why they come up.
    Through being you, you kindly challenge those around you to be truly who they are.
    Thank you x

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    1. Corrina

      Lorna – I treasure your honesty here, and love you.

      Fittingly, to bring it around to The Work, you can fill out a Judge Your Neighbour worksheet with me as the focus; download for free at thework.com – that’s a wonderful access point to discover why those feelings may have arisen.

      Thank you for you.

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  32. Gail Corbett-Smith

    It’s great to hear that you are following and trusting your inner voice of wisdom, Corrina, and that you are being open to the ‘not knowing’ in terms of ‘what’s next’. Over the last four years I have been moving along a path of steady transition (and occasionally wandering off it when fear sets in!). Every day is a learning experience and I, like many others, am grateful for the opportunity to benefit from your teaching and guidance. Enjoy your continuing journey!

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  33. Liz Norris

    I had a strange feeling when I first read your news. Almost a sadness and yet it is so obvious that exploration and growth are at the core of your life. Firstly I am so glad I found you ‘just in the nick’ and secondly I think it is just wonderful that you keep the adventure alive benefitting you first and then the lucky folks who you inspire. Staying safe is not where the heartbeat of life resides.

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    1. Corrina

      Liz – Your message touched my heart. I love, love, love that you’re on this journey with us all, and appreciate your words so much.

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  34. Lisa

    It’s happening for me right now, actually!!! I have been following you for a year and a few months now and never did what I needed to do to enroll in both of your courses. I am leaving my sense of comfortability with the weekly blogs and free seminars from you, and picking up shifts at my substituting job and sticking to a strict budget to make sure I get the chance to enroll in the courses. thanks for the fire under my tush! 🙂 I needed it!
    Congrats to you! I’m excited for you, and this just goes to show all of us that when you start a business you don’t have to only offer what you’ve always offered from the beginning. The journey will choose you.

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    1. Corrina

      Lisa – Ah, I LOVE that! Empowered, at choice, doing what needs to be done with fire under your tush. Celebrating you and delighted you’ll be joining us. You’re going to love these journeys.

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  35. mary choo

    Hi Corrina
    Thats great news . I have read Byron Katies books and find them a great tool for helping me recognize and let go of my minds stories .Just one question though -will you still be posting on your blog . I have been reading your posts for the last one or two years and find them really helpful and great for keeping me grounded and giving me a reality check.

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    1. Corrina

      Mary – For this year, until September at least, yes I imagine this blog will continue. And then… who knows.

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  36. Pamela Luckock

    Congratulations Corrina., moving into the ‘not knowing’ zone is a courageous yet necessary step, to a space where real learning can happen.. Exciting times ahead:-)
    I learnt so much from your Blog for Clients course and hope you have space for me to re-sit it!

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    1. Corrina

      Pamela – Absolutely. We begin again 15th June so look out for the email you’ll receive in May, inviting you to activate your rejoin. If for any reason you don’t get that, drop us an email. Looking forward!

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  37. mary choo

    Thats great news . I think Byron Katies work is great . It has helped me a lot .Its a great feeling to be exploring new territory that makes your heart sing. And thank you for all the help you have given me on my path.I did your Blogging course in May 2013 and that together with the clarity session that I had with you after wards helped me a lot .I really wanted to thank you for the inspiration and encouragement you gave me during the clarity session. It was a major turning point in helping me get clear about what I want to do. Which is about helping people to avoid burnout and make time in their busy lives to tune in and keep in touch with their hearts guidance and create time to keep in touch with their dreams .

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  38. jan hurley

    Corrina, growth and development, obtaining continual stretch is vital to our human needs, and I am delighted to hear you have met Kate Byron and of the challenge to you, that has brought! If I am able to help you find more of yourself and your future, please let me know. The Human Givens is a fantastic approach to clear thinking and emotional wealth. You helped me so much in our clarity session, it would be fabulous to help you! p.s. looking forward to re sitting the blogging course ! Kind regards Jan

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  39. Josie

    Hi Corrina,

    I went on your blogging for clients course and found it really useful, what I love about your stuff is the heartfelt and genuine conversations you have with your community. Life is evolutionary in its nature and part of development and new things is when we courageously decide to pursue a new direction instead of sticking with what we know.

    I really look forward to what’s next in store and thoroughly found your insights has helped me.

    Thank you.

    Warm wishes,

    Josie

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    1. Corrina

      That’s so good to hear, Josie – thank you.

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  40. Kamini

    Wow Corrina! Great news…though I am not surprised, its been bubbling for a while 🙂

    You will no doubt make your unique mark with ‘The Work’ too.

    Thank you for your courage, inspiration and delightful energy and many wonderful memories …and of course learning.. with Passion2Profit and Blog4Clients xx

    Look forward to your unfolding journey…

    Love Kamini x

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  41. Manuela Schmieder

    Congratulations Corrina!
    Your message makes me so curious what’s next for you. Enjoy the journey! Reading it I admire your courage. That’s so great.
    Had been following your blog since 2009. Decided to participate in P2P this year. I am so happy I did it and get the possibility to rejoin in September. I am a bit sad you are leaving the marketing clarity world, I will miss you inputs but are happy with you moving forward.
    All the best with the change.

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    1. Corrina

      Thanks Manuela – I love knowing how long we’ve been connected.

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  42. Lisa Barber

    I saw this post the day you shared it Corrina. I’ve been sitting with it for a few days – searching for the right words to add here. I’m not sure the ‘right’ words really exist so I’m showing up here anyway and sharing with you what comes up. I WILL MISS YOU SO MUCH. Yes, I’m shouting. Of *course* I wish you the stars (you showed me mine and then taught me how to reach them). But the loss feels real. I’m reminded of a quote that’s dear to me: “A teacher affects eternity; she can never tell where her influence stops.” May our paths continue to cross Corrina and may this big news bring you continued happiness. Thank you – really – for all you’ve done x

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    1. Corrina

      Lisa – Wow, what a beautiful quote – and I thank you deeply for your thoughtful message and for being on this journey with me.

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  43. Tessa Gaynn

    How inspiring!! As usual. I have found all your stuff – blogs, courses, meetups etc so helpful and inspiring as they come from a place of such openness and authenticity. I’m really hoping I’ll be able to retake P2P in September?

    Funnily enough I have been/am going through a big transition myself and have been ‘sitting on’ my newsletter in which I will tell my clients I am taking a sabbatical. I haven’t been sure what to do/how to say it. So your blog has been truly inspiring. Hearing your words simply express your truth, accepting the ‘not knowing’. I love it.
    Thank you for all that you have shared and wishing you much joy and love in your new life.

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    1. Corrina

      Tessa – Thank you, and yes absolutely you’re most welcome to join P2P in September. Look forward to spending more time with you.

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  44. April

    It is so inspiring for me to read how great you are doing by following your inner feelings! I am also trying to do what I want and I honestly feel good for now. I am also pretty interested in marketing and self-employment. I moved city recently and now I have no job so I will definitely try to develop my ideas into a successful business! Thanks for sharing! 🙂

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