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089 | Pioneer Seeker w/ Elle Roberts & Ashleigh Rae | The Thrive Factor Book Series

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Pioneer Seeker Thrive Factor Archetype

Welcome to the Law of Effortlessness Podcast with your #businessyoda host, Shannon Bush today joined by two cheeky and pioneering women, Elle Roberts and Ashleigh Rae. In this episode, Shannon Bush speaks with Elle Roberts and Ashleigh about the Pioneer Seeker Thrive Factor Archetype. This lady is the early adopter of new ideas and technology and is constantly innovating. She is also cheeky and playful and others can find it difficult to keep up with her. 

Elle starts off the episode with some information about herself and her business, and how its evolved. Elle identifies when she learned about her archetypes and lists them as Mentor Teacher, Inspirer Believer, Liberator Engineer, Shapeshifter Alchemist, and Pioneer Seeker. She shares with us how she felt when she learned what her archetypes were, and how learning them clarified some things about herself.

Elle talks about how difficult it was starting her business as a single mom, and how shy she was about it starting out. She explains how she had to learn the aspects of a business that she didn’t know, and how she reached out to others to join her in her business. Elle shares with us the disadvantages and challenges of being a Pioneer Seeker, and how she wants to learn and try everything. Elle imparts some words of wisdom on us about being a Pioneer Seeker, and how it shapes you.

In part two of this episode, you’ll hear from Ashleigh Rae, her business and how she first came to meet her Pioneer Seeker Archetype in early 2018, along with her other two Thrive Factor Archetypes – the Inspirer Believer and Shape Shifter Alchemist. You’ll hear how at first, Ashleigh didn’t know what to do with the knowledge of her archetypes, and how she didn’t love them or interact with them – and then how she began to embrace them.

She identifies which archetype she has had the most trouble with, and talks about the challenges that each archetype brings into her life. Ashleigh Rae also talks about how her archetypes have helped her, both in her business life and in her personal life. She mentions other personality tests she’s done before, and how she felt like they never really fit her. She identifies the weaknesses of other personality tests and emphasizes how strong the archetype test is and how she uses it to profile her clients.

The episode ends with Ashleigh giving advice for those who share her archetypes, and giving words of encouragement. To hear Ashleigh’s advice, tune in to this episode! And if you’re curious about your archetypes, check out Shannon Bush’s The Thrive Factor Book!

Pearls of Wisdom 

“I’m a huge ideas person, and it took me a long time to wrap my head around this. I had to learn it’s OK to embrace and hug the Bright Shiny Objects.” – Ashleigh Rae

“Your archetypes are a filter to guide you in how you want to show up, and what you want to do” – Shannon Bush

“I often feel like how come there are not more people standing right here with me, and learning about that Pioneer Seeker and that adventurous, you know, just keep going doing the next new thing, was like oh, that’s why it feels like there’s no one next to me. It’s not that nobody wants to be my friend, it’s that I’m in this different space” – Elle Roberts

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LOE 037 | Live Coaching Call w/ Ashleigh Rae | Podcast

LOE 037 Live Coaching Call _ Ashleigh Rae

Welcome to Episode 037 of Law of Effortlessness Podcast. This episode is a little different as your host Shannon Bush does a live coaching call with Ashleigh Rae to give you a unique insight into what it could be like to be coached by Shannon to get clarity, focus and to generate action to address something in your business you want to change, reflect on or improve.

Shannon’s guest, Ashleigh Rae is a Mindfulness and Soulful Podcasting Coach, and host of the #BlissedOut Podcast, exploring and experimenting with mindful living. She’s also a Podcast junkie, and loves a good coffee!

Ashleigh Rae and Shannon discuss how to cultivate a beautiful magnetism, even when things go nuts and perhaps others parts of life are difficult. Ashleigh says ‘for me, that’s returning a full-time job and living with a partner who has anxiety (naturally) and in his last year of University. Things are stressful, and I’d like to work on cultivating my magnetic self even with all of this other stuff going on!’

Ashleigh is also wanting help with going through a big upheaval of life with a new job, her partner and what that means for her business and it is of course, [in her own words] ‘freaking her out!’ Listen in to see how Shannon helps navigate this terrain with Ashleigh and be open to some genuine #businessyoda wisdom as you may be able to implement some of the strategies in your own life and business.

Mentioned Links and Links To Connect

Connect with Ashleigh Rae in these awesome places;

her website, Facebook page, podcast, Instagram and her Thinkific teaching platform

Connect with Shannon in these places

Join the Thriving Entrepreneur Facebook group for women entrepreneurs

Her Facebook business page and on Instagram

Notable Quotes & Pearls Of Wisdom

‘People will connect with you based on the benefit. Benefit defined is the promise that you’re making that things will be different and/or better by them working with you, buying from you, investing in you, whatever that is.’

‘We can set ourselves up for overwhelm way too easily.’

‘What is achievable for me to do and start?’

‘It’s the simple things in life that we forget to do.’

‘Acknowledge the things you are grateful for.’