How would you describe the work that you do? And, what problem do you solve?

I help women who’ve hit a plateau breakthrough and achieve the “something more” their hearts desire.  Many of us have ideas, dreams, and aspirations written in journals, scribbled on the backs of napkins, or hidden away in old files on our computers.  Through energy work, akashic records readings and clearings, and leadership development coaching, I help women uncover the brilliance of who they uniquely are in the depths of their souls, become consciously aware of the action and consequence patterns that have created the results they are currently experiencing, and develop and execute new plans for achieving the results they desire.

Why is building a tribe important to you?

What I know for sure is that the best gift any of us can give the world is to show up as our most healed selves.  I’m excited to facilitate and nurture a tribe of women committed to showing in their communities as their best and most healed selves.  A tribe of healed, passionate and fully alive women will create ripples of healed and healthy family relationships, and healed communities passionately committed to grace, mercy and justice.  It is important to me to start creating these ripples and waves.

What excites you most about building a tribe?

One of the things I’m most excited about is bearing witness the “ah ah” moments members of the tribe will have.  I consider it a deep honor to hold the space and create a safe container for people to grow, expand and transform their lives.  

What do you see as being your biggest challenge in building a tribe?

One of my biggest challenges in building a tribe will be stepping in front of the group.  Most of my work and roles have been in support of other leaders, in support of other visionaries.  I am very comfortable serving as a supporter a cheerleader for others.  I will support and cheer on tribe members, and I am embracing my role as a tribe leader. 

What is the legacy that you would like to leave on planet earth?

I want it to be said that Arabella lived and taught a spirituality of integration. We show up as our best selves, when we integrate all aspects of lives, our spiritual practices, our relationships with our family members, how we treat others who live in our communities, how we make our living, our relationship with money, our relationship with our bodies, our physical health, our mental health and our spiritual health are all connected.  When we learn to integrate all aspects of ourselves, we have more conscious awareness of or power and responsibility in creating our lives.  When we learn to embrace that awareness and power, we can heal our stories, heal our lives, and heal generations.  I want my legacy to be that I moved the stream of whole life integration to a new level!! 

Tell us one thing about yourself that not many people know?

One of my favuorite things to do when I need to clear my head is to sit down at my spinning wheel and turn a ball of wool roving into a unique yarn that I can then use to knit a scarf or shawl for a friend or family member.

How would you describe your life outside of business?

I grew up in Alabama and currently make my home in the state of Maryland just outside of Washington, DC.  I am engaged to an awesome, loving, supportive partner and we’re planning for our wedding in February, 2020.  I’m a knitter and a scrapbooker and enjoy spending time capturing and curating memories and connects with friends and family from our various travels and adventures.  

Where can people connect with you?

Watch this space!  I will let you know as soon as they are launched!

Check out Mark’s 7 Figure Tribe unleashed Onboarding Interview with Arabella by clicking this link.