Are you ready to meet my sweet soul sister, Carrie Montgomery? I am so excited to share this conversation with you! We took a deep dive into her amazing work in the world and how it has transformed my life.
Carrie is a personal brand stylist for thriving female entrepreneurs. She consults women on their image and brand projection to embody their soul and business with authentic style. Carrie has an incredibly eclectic background. She sold dreams in marketing, stepped into holistic health, spent time in film, and made her mark in PR and design. She brings ALL of this to her business in supporting thriving entrepreneurs like myself. We discuss the spiritual experience that awakened Carrie to her calling, the health challenges that changed Carrie’s perspective, and recognizing when your life is not in alignment.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN:
How Carrie owns her sensitivity to let flow happen
How Carrie works toward justice and safety in her career
Why there must be a dialogue between body, mind, and spirit inside your business
What it’s like when the healing process comes slowly
Why we walk around with clothes that don’t fit
How to meet your needs in order to accommodate your body
Why style is one of the most central aspects of telling your brand story
Breaking her back at 18 years old and recognizing a call to greater purpose
Losing all movement in her body and struggling to heal
Leaving her job in NYC after 10 years of hustling and losing her creativity
Reaching out to soul fueled entrepreneurs she barely knew to create a community
WHAT I ASK:
How do you approach being connected with your body when going through health challenges and low self-esteem?
What do you do when your spiritual beliefs and practices fail you?
What would you say to someone who feels too intimidated to have a stylist?
“You don’t just step into leadership. You have to rise to it and cultivate yourself to become a leader.”
“I am on a journey with this body. This is just my vehicle to get through this lifetime. My soul is pushing me forward.”
“I needed to check in with what my soul needed, not what my ego wanted.”