#82: Creating a Movement with Jana Schuberth, Founder of Alive in Berlin

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janaCreating a movement is no easy feat, yet it's something that a lot of us with passion and vision would love to do. In this week's podcast, I'm talking to the lovely Jana Schuberth. Jana is the host and creator of Alive in Berlin, a global gathering of world changers in Europe’s most exciting city happening 29th and 30th May. She has built her  global and location independent business as an expert in self mastery and behavioural change work over the past 5 years after a career in Marketing and Finance as a CPA and now helps people overcome their life's challenges by deeper self acceptance work rather than superficial self improvement to create an extraordinary life.

The episode: Creating a movement with Jana Schuberth

Topics we discuss include:

  • The steps Jana took to evolve from unhappy accountant to thriving coach and CEO
  • What led her to found the Alive in Berlin conference and the key milestones on her journey
  • How Jana overcame her internal challenges to turn her ideas into action

...and much more!The last few tickets for Alive in Berlin are now available. If you want to join us for a weekend of transformation, inspiration and growth, click here to register and save £150 with our special insiders link.

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Useful Links

Alive in BerlinThe Desire Map by Danielle LaPorteBody of Work by Pam SlimWorld Domination Summit

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JanaTwitter: @JanaSchuberthFacebook: facebook.com/aliveinberlinWebsite: janaschuberth.com // aliveinberlin.comHannahPinterest: pinterest.com/hannahbraimeFacebook: facebook.com/becomingwhoyouareWebsite: becomingwhoyouare.net

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