@ Effie Kli

Blog author
Effie is a certified Feminist Business & Life Coach. Her mission is to help women create aligned, prosperous, purpose-driven businesses and live healthy, fulfilling lives. She has over ten years of experience in marketing having worked with some of the world’s leading brands and organisations. She’s also a corporate trainer running workshops for organisations on resilience, mental health and performance.
Member since September 2020



It’s the most wonderful time of the year’ is what we’ve been hearing about Christmas since we were kids. Although for many is indeed the most wonderful time of the year, for others it’s not and that’s okay.


According to SingleCare, cases of eating disorders grew from 3.4% to 7.8% in 2020 globally. If you’ve watched the Netflix documentary ‘The Social Dilemma’, you might also remember the staggering statistics revealing the link between the self-harm increase in teenagers and the rise of social media.


With the rise of the self-help industry and the New Age movement, spiritual bypassing has become a common phenomenon, and unfortunately it can negatively impact supporters who follow certain ideas fanatically. Here’s a set of beliefs the self-help industry has been selling to all of us for years.


More than ever before, women have been running their own businesses which of course is great news, but the harsh truth is that many of us still struggle with self-promotion, not only in our workplace, but also when it comes to the promotion of our paid products and services as business owners.


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