get in touch with inspired action so you can forget about the how and focus on your why



Tess McGill from Working Girl (1988)


When a secretary’s idea is stolen by her boss, she seizes an opportunity to steal it back by pretending she has her boss’ job.


TESS: I know what I’m doing.
CYN: Yeah, screwing up your life.
TESS: No, I’m trying to make it better! I’m not gonna spend the rest of my life working my ass off and getting nowhere just because I followed rules that I had nothing to do with setting up, ok?


The Vow | XIII

The Wild Unknown Archetypes Oracle

“Be bold — time is just a framing device.” – Brittany Marie

The action you take is as powerful as the intention you hold. Evaluate what promises you’ve made and what conditions you’ve placed on yourself – consciously or unconsciously. What kind of results have you destined for yourself: success, failure, or stagnation? We all have a choice in what we pursue and what we believe. If you say you can’t do something because you don’t know how to, then that’s true. If you say it’s all going to come together because you’re going to figure it out, then that’s also true. Your actions, your thoughts, and your promises to yourself are all a choice. So make the decision that serves you best.

Challenge | 7♣️

Jane Austen Tarot

Developing a green thumb requires vigilance: keep watering your garden.

If you’ve been around Blithe Mitrals before, then you know we love to channel through the metaphor of building your life garden. For us, it’s like what Tony Robbins says: to grow is to live – to live is to grow. Asking for a manifestation is not enough. You must also take action – move in co-creation – in order for Source to bring what you desire. Continue to show up, connecting to your intuition, however and whenever you can. Keep that vow, and life will be but a beautiful, enchanting flow of endless magic.

“The only impossible journey is the one you never begin.”

Tony Robbins


Clarity insights to launch you into inspired action.

I'm too broke and too overwhelmed - I feel like my focus is both everywhere and nowhere. Help!

Before I say it, I just want to address that you already know this – so this isn’t some wise thing coming from me. You are just as wise and with it, and maybe you just need me to say it for you:

It’s time to step back and take a break. Sleep in. Turn off. Tune in.

Now, this break can be as long as you’re willing. Perhaps you go to an Airbnb for the weekend, play hooky for a day, or do what I did – take a 2-week vacation in a vintage VW camping around the Olympic Peninsula. Literally, it can look like whatever you want. The idea is to get your nose away from the canvas, because you’ve lost sight of the bigger picture, here. And that’s totally okay. It happens – especially when we are dreamers, creatives, and multi-passionate entrepreneurs.

I know it can be scary, but that’s exactly why you should do it. The more we face our fears – the more we boldly put ourselves first – the better we become. So, while you’re on your break, dedicate a couple hours to going through a business audit. You can snag one here. And ask yourself those tough questions. Instead of searching for how you can make this all work, reflect on what you want – not just the big stuff, but the small stuff, too. Like your workday and your client sessions and the way you want to show up on social media. It all counts and is all worthy of your true desires.

How can I create boundaries in my business?

My answer may be simple and short, but it’s certainly not an easy thing to do. To create boundaries first you must decide what you’re willing to accept for your life. You’ve got to evaluate the way you’re spending your time to see if you’ve been able to embrace all of what makes you you. Because you are so much more than your business. You are an entire being – an entire person. With needs, wants, and desires. Design the life you want to be living, and then go after it. If someone can’t appreciate what you are willing to give, then they aren’t aligned for you. And they may be holding you back from the bigger paycheck, the work that sets you on fire, and feeling truly fulfilled with what you do.

It’s your time and it’s your life. You are so worth it. And they aren’t. c’est la vie

How to get past the learning curve? I seem to be going nowhere fast.

One of the most powerful stories I’ve ever heard was from Tony Robbins. I believe it was in his book, Awaken the Power Within, but I don’t completely remember. So don’t quote me. Anyhoo, he was in his first life coaching class and he was about a lesson or two in, and got super antsy towards the end of class. He asked how he could start practicing this right now with a client. Apparently, his classmates looked at him as if he had lost his marbles – they were confused as to why he would want to go out and use these methods when he hadn’t even finished the course yet. Even with the skepticism and negative feedback, he went out and did it anyway. He got clients and treated them pretty immediately. And what he showed them changed their lives. The results from that were exponential – on both sides.

I’m sharing this with you because you can absolutely start practicing before you “finish.” You don’t have to be perfect to be of service. And in fact, trying to be perfect will only hold you back from your true potential – from the magic that you’re living today. Whatever you’ve already learned in your curve is enough to move forward with right now. Keep learning and keep rolling with it, but just don’t hold yourself back from doing what you want. Go out there and go for it.

And let it be easy. If it’s not accessible, wait. The answers will come when you’re ready.

I have a long list of things to improve on in my business, but I'm not sure where to start.

I’m going to challenge you, here. Because I’m thinking you maybe actually don’t have a true list of the things you want to change in your business. It might be just rolling around in your brain. If that’s true, no worries! I’m going to walk you through how to find that first step. And it’s crazy easy.

  1. Get yourself a pen and paper and write them all down – every project, every area of improvement. Scribble it and do this as fast as possible so you don’t overthink it.
  2. Go through that list and see if you can categorize them. ie, branding, social media, passive income, etc. Get clear on which to-dos affect each other.
  3. Create a new list, or perhaps several – either one list for everything or different lists for the various categories. Then prioritize them. Think about not only how these projects affect each other, but also what will be the biggest win for you right out the gate. What will take the most amount of time and the shortest. Put all of these into consideration and choose from there.

Now, if you start tackling this list and it turns out you need to move things around – no big deal! That’s totally fair, and honestly – pretty likely. Tune into what thing will have the greatest impact and keep rolling from there. You got this – Honorary Scouts Honor. ????

P.S. Also – if you’re feeling stressed, take a break! Whether it’s a few deep breaths or the rest of the day. It’ll all become so much clearer and easier if you give yourself some love. Especially if you’re a G/MG.



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Bridging the gap between the mystic and the realistic to make well-being more accessible.

We’re actually a student of Holisticism, and not only are we all googly eyes for pretty much everything they release, but we’re better off from it, too. Definitely worth peeking at if you’re interested in pursuing intuitive business and merging spirituality into business. 

Caitlin Curiosity

business development for the intentional entrepreneur

In order to take action, we need to marry the intention with not just our business selves but also our personal selves – because we are always both and we are always whole. Caitlin is a wonderful guide on living life on your terms and pursuing the forms of action that brighten our days. Action requires appreciation, and Caitlin is definitely an expert on it.

Rachel B. Turner

A queer business coach on a mission to bring entrepreneurs closer to themselves.

Rachel also leans herself as a guide in running a trauma-informed business. Which means bringing consciousness forward, and stepping away from manipulating and pressure-based approaches in sales and marketing. She’s a wonderful resource for pursuing awareness in your practices.


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