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Expert facilitator, coach, and author, Alisha Wielfaert, knows a thing or two about failures. In fact, she's written a book about them and how we can build resilience through everyday setbacks. Join Hilary and Alisha as they discuss major life relaunches, the importance of owning your failures, and the beauty of learning from life's lessons.
About our Guest:
Alisha Wielfaert is an expert facilitator skilled in the art of gathering women for meaningful connection and deep dives into spirituality and creativity. She is the founder of Yoke and Abundance, a platform committed to amplifying the emerging voices of women through her wise women podcast, press publishing arm, and individual and group coaching programs. Early in her career, Alisha spent 11 years as an award-winning internal wholesaler in the life insurance industry. While juggling a successful full-time job, she founded and ran Greensboro Downtown Yoga for five years, before selling it. Alisha has been an entrepreneur for ten years and has founded two successful businesses. She was awarded 40 under 40 by the Triad Business Journal in 2020. Her first book “Little Failures: Learning to Build Resilience Through Everyday Setbacks, Challenges, and Obstacles” was published in May of 2022. Alisha is working on her second book, Little Rituals, to be published in the fall of 2023. In her spare time and stolen moments, Alisha loves watercolor painting. She is an avid traveler, writer, and speaker who enjoys working with anyone with a propensity to take action towards their dreams.