About the speaker:
Meet Gillian Hailey - founder of Bloom Embodied Wellbeing. Gillian is an Authentic Living Embodiment & Empowerment Coach for wildly ambitious, secretly sensitive, soulful women, creatives, change makers, and truth seekers. Bloom is seeded from her lifelong personal and professional exploration of the delicate dance of “doing” and “being” in the world. She draws from over a decade of personal and professional experience & exploration as an international adventure and cultural immersion travel guide, holistic wellness practitioner, energy healer, and feminine embodiment & empowerment coach to curate offerings and experiences that promote personal & collective health and wellbeing, authentic connection and expression, and soulcentric living. She passionately guides her clients into the landscapes of their inner & outer worlds to reconnect with & reclaim their inner wisdom, creativity, and vitality so they can embrace, embody, and empower the vibrant expression & essence of their souls in the world.
Failure Friday Panel Discussion - how learning to embrace failure cultivates trust & resilience, realigns you with your vision and illuminates the path to growth & expansion. Failure gets a bad reputation. As a recovering perfectionist, I spent many years avoiding failure, criticism, and rejection, tirelessly stressing, planning, and holding myself to unsustainable standards & expectations. I would often leap into passionate endeavors and inspiring opportunities with zest and fervor only to find myself spiraling quickly into mental exhaustion, stress, overwhelm, burnout, swimming in an internal sea of self-doubt.
The truth is, perfection arises from good intentions - to deliver or serve an exceptional, inspiring, impactful product, service, or experience - whether in our personal or professional lives - that ultimately unconsciously get hijacked and manipulated by old wounds, limiting beliefs, and ungrounded perceptions. In this discussion, we will look at misinformed cultural conditioning around failure & particularly how it leads to the perfectionism trap, illuminate the wisdom of failure, and establish a more generative way to relate to failure so you can cultivate a deeply fulfilling and thriving business.