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part strategy. part woo. totally awesome.

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Wednesday, Sept 11th

@ 12 p.m. EST

You deserve more:

Joy. Expansion. Success. Fulfillment.

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In this LIVE Masterclass You’ll:

  • Learn 3 Smart Strategies to Start Marketing Your Biz NOW & Organically Grow Your Audience

  • Learn the 2 Things that Drive Your Success & Discover How to Implement Them

  • Download an Interactive PDF Guide that will help you get out of your head and onto paper

  • Get access to the replay in case you can’t make the LIVE class

  • Grab an Amazing BONUS: The Happiness Habits Beginner Guide

    Mindful

    Mamapreneurship Is:

  • A way for you to be present for your family and have big career goals

  • Becoming your best most fulfilled self through biz, motherhood, and *woo alert* following your soul’s calling

  • A catalyst for positive, lasting change in every facet of your life. Success will show up in your family, relationships, finances, health and career— It's allllll related, sister!

  • Fun Work! (No, that’s not an oxymoron!)

Ryann Watkin is a Mindful Mamapreneurship & Soulful Success Mentor, Mama of Two & Author of The Raising Wild Hearts Blog.

Ryann Watkin is a Mindful Mamapreneurship & Soulful Success Mentor, Mama of Two & Author of The Raising Wild Hearts Blog.


“My goal is to help you realize and implement the things you need to do to bring more passion, fulfillment, and enthusiasm into every facet of your life. I notice when I'm really showing up as the parent I want to be, for example, that my business and creativity succeed too! When we bring our best selves to each of our roles, we thrive.”

~Ryann Watkin

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Space is limited. Register below to secure your spot and act now.

Once you register, check your inbox for the link to join. See you there!

It’s Your Time to Shine.

The greatest burden a child must bear is the unlived life of its parents.
— Carl Jung