FFN introduces Advisory board member, Heather White
We are very proud to have the fabulous business and life coach, Heather White as part of our Advisory Board. She helps clients strike that sweet spot between grounded self-care and accelerated profitability – because booming growth should be blissful.
As the CEO of 2020 Communications Inc., Heather is based in Vancouver BC, but frequently travels throughout North America to ignite organizations into action. She’s passionate about helping clients create the life that matches their authentic way of operating, so that they can share their natural gifts and talents with the world.
For those seeking a confident guide to galvanize their business and life, you may have found what you’re looking for in Heather White.
My first job: Babysitters Club
Favourite book: That’s so tough…I’m a bit of a book worm. I’ve got to be close to 1000 self help books by now. I’m fascinate with self-realization and therefore enjoy each and every perspective on getting closer to my essence. I’m going to go with Floor Sample by Julia Cameron – a memoir about her life. As an aspiring writer I found it captivating to read about her journey in such a compelling, vulnerably honest way.
Favourite website: Twitter
Favourite quote: “Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.” – Rumi
A second favourite is: “In the end, everything will be ok. If it’s not ok, it’s not the end.”
My favourite woman in business and why: Louise Hay. She didn’t really excel in business until she was in her 50′s. and today her brand Hay House is the largest self-help publishing house in the world. I love her because of her conviction around topics that have been labelled ‘airy fairy’ in times where they weren’t as main stream as they are today. Now in her 80′s she still starts new adventures including recently learning to dance. She’s an inspiration in so many ways and she reminds me that “it ‘aint over til it’s over”, in other words, it’s never too late.
My best business advice for new entrepreneurs: Always trust your gut! Don’t be afraid to say “I don’t know”, followed by “I need help.”
Be sure to take a look at this video where Heather shares what it means to be your most authentic self.