Interested in starting your own entrepreneurial journey in personal development but unsure what to expect? Then read up on our interview with Micaela Passeri, Founder of Bubolalove International - DBA Love Your Evolution, located in Los Angeles, CA, USA.
What's your business, and who are your customers?
I am an Emotional Intelligence Business strategist, helping women entrepreneurs and business owners identify the one thing they can't put the finger on but that they know keeping them small, in self-sabotage, hiding, compromising themselves in business and in their personal life and that is keeping them stagnant not achieving the income goals and happiness they ultimately want.
I use a unique system that creates business strategies to match their goals, and I combine them with subconscious mind reprogramming that, if implemented, has them maximize their money-making ability and garner lasting results, like earning more doing less, stepping into grounded self-confidence, feeling deeply fulfilled in their work and ultimately leading them to happiness and satisfaction.
Tell us about yourself
I was born and raised in Florence, Italy, and after a series of heartbreaks, including the death of my father at age 20, I started a deep introspective journey to understand the human condition, the heart space, and the mind, because I did not want to feel the pain, I was feeling in my heart and wanted to banish the black cloud that was following me everywhere having me feel inferior, less than, not good enough and utterly misunderstood.
The journey brought me to understand how to love myself and how to honor who I am and what I desire without compromising myself or others. I dabbled in seminars and healing modalities, got many certifications, and found myself again after the pain. I know firsthand the amazing feeling of inner freedom now that I am on the other side of pain. It took massive courage and commitment to my evolution, and I wish that for every woman.
What's your biggest accomplishment as a business owner?
Having an international business with clients in more than six countries and receiving three awards for the difference I make in the lives of women and the stand I take for their uncompromising evolution.
What's one of the hardest things that come with being a business owner?
I think it's reminding oneself of our why. We can sometimes get sidetracked by our day-to-day lives and get stuck in patterns that don't serve us, so if we can come back to our why and use it as a way to pull us forward through challenges and the ups and downs of business life, there is no other option, but to succeed.
What are the top tips you'd give to anyone looking to start, run and grow a business today?
- Have a vision strong enough to pull you through the hard times.
- Get support. Someone like a coach, who has been where you are now, can support you in staying accountable to your why.
- Never give up. You can absolutely have what you set out for yourself.
Where can people find you and your business?
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