In our pursuit of perfection, we often lose sight of what is truly important: being real. In a society where beauty means perfection the pressure to present an idealized version of ourselves can be overwhelming. When we are true to ourselves and honest about our abilities and limitations, we are more likely to build trust with our colleagues, clients, or customers. This, in turn, leads to more meaningful and productive relationships that can help you advance in your career or business. But how can we overcome the fear of vulnerability and embrace our imperfections?
On this podcast, Clare shares what it means to be real. Striking a balance between the desire to improve ourselves towards perfection and how being real creates more opportunities around us.
My guest today on the podcast is Clare Belmont, is a Digital Nomad who inspires people to be authentic while pursuing our passion.
Clare works with creative and spiritual entrepreneurs and business owners all over the world using an intuitive and holistic approach to business & personal development.
With a focus on radical self-care and self-regulation, Clare is an advocate for integrating nature, ancient wisdom, spiritual practice, ceremony and ritual into every day life and business. Her experience is drawn from 20 years of deep diving into self-realisation principles from Shamanic, Buddhist, Hindu and Celtic lore to name a few, not to mention a business background in corporate banking in London. Through sharing her lived experience, these practices support her clients to embody their truth, and be consistently grounded, focussed and productive.
Clare is a digital nomad based in Glastonbury UK where she offers healing retreats, and online 1:1 accountability or hands on practical support including marketing, branding, strategy and planning.
She will also remind you to lighten up, imagine, vision, play and have fun!
All of the products offered are designed to help you feel uplifted and to remind the people in your life how you’d like to be treated, to remind them to be uplifters.