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8: How To Align With Your Dreams From the Inside Out with Liza Hippler

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How confident do you feel in your own skin?

 

Our guest in this episode, Liza Hippler, knows all about what it takes to do the internal work to get comfortable with yourself and the confidence it takes to show the world exactly who you are and what your dreams are.

 

Liza is a brand photographer and she is talking to us about what that means and how brand photography can help align you with your dreams. She’s also sharing some of the other tools she has under her belt to help women get confident and comfortable with themselves. 

 

Fiercely passionate about empowering women to cross that abyss between wanting more and being more when it comes to their gifts and their callings, Liza is a "show up" mentor, giving women strategy, space, and celebration to do just that. She's a life-long explorer and never-ending healer of her own patterns and behavior, has worked 1:1 with dozens of women and brings all her experience into her membership program. She loves to help women #CreateBeautifully by teaching them DIY brand design and offering custom brand photography,  all the while supporting women to show up through self-doubt and into the magic of the other side.

 

In this episode, she’s sharing a specific approach to moving through trauma that she calls alchemizing your emotions. If you want to find out what that means, you’ll have to tune in! 

 

Resources Mentioned:

www.lizahippler.com 

www.instagram.com/lizahippler



I would love to connect on Facebook or Instagram!


Show notes available at http://amywine.com/episode8

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