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Meet Leah Notarianni of Soulful Hustler in Glendale

Today we’d like to introduce you to Leah Notarianni.

Leah, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today?
I started my business the same year I moved countries as a single mom of two, got a divorce and my stepfather passed away from cancer. it was a major wake up call in my life that now is the time for me to step in and do the work that I love. I think so often we wait for the perfect timing, the perfect conditions, and circumstances to be in place before we take the leap. I used a challenging part of my life to be the catalyst for me to propel my future-forward.

Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?
Entrepreneurship can be one of our greatest teachers because you can’t hide from it. I wouldn’t say that it’s easy, but to be honest I don’t know how fun it would be if it was. I love the fact that I’m challenged to grow, learn and become something more than I am. 

Some of the struggles I’ve learned along the way and some of the lessons are… That I can’t do it all on my own. I think people glamorize being self-made and forget the fact that we need community, we need teams and people to support the venture that we’re on. Not having the skills and not knowing what I didn’t know. So investing in mentorship has been a game-changer for me.

Please tell us about Soulful Hustler.
I own a business called Soulful Hustler. We specialize in helping soulful entrepreneurs, coaches, healers and wellness practitioners monetize their passion and create a profitable online business, doing the work they love.

What I’m most proud of are the community and clients that not only get the results that they’re looking for but go through deep transformations within themselves that last forever. We’re different than other people or companies because we understand that not only is a strategically important and necessary for your business but so is the inner work and the alignment to the work you’re dedicating yourself to as well.

If you had to go back in time and start over, would you have done anything differently?
That’s an interesting question because the first thing that came to me was to invest in mentorship to get you there quicker, faster and easier than if you were to do it yourself. But I believe that I learned what mentors were in the exact timing I was meant to.

So other than that I would say:

Be IN the process of what you’re doing before you try to run to the next thing.

Be patient and persistent and know when to exercise each one.

Hiring the right people and making sure there’s a process in place for that.

Take action and stop second-guessing yourself.

And lastly, always follow your heart and listen to your intuition.

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Tasha Cooney

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