On Running A Radical Business with Breathwork Facilitator, and Business Coach Amy Kuretsky

Creatives Do Money
Creatives Do Money
On Running A Radical Business with Breathwork Facilitator, and Business Coach Amy Kuretsky

This week on the Creatives Do Money Podcast, Episode #36

{I realized} “I’m not able to use money in a way that supports my values because I don’t have enough of it.  Even though I might believe that money is the root of all evil, NOT having money right now is making me invest in these companies that I don’t believe in, that I don’t align with.”

Amy Kuretsky on Creatives Do Money Podcast, Episode 36

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This episode is a good one, folks, and I’m so glad I get to share it finally.  My guest, Amy and I talk about how being a teenage punk influenced her thinking about money, and her work to let go of poverty mindset. Taking a month off of work each year to escape the MN winter – no small feet for someone self-employed in service areas. 

Amy takes us into how she manages affordable pricing and accessibility as a whole in her work, and how her approach is evolving over time.  And we get into what it’s like to purchase a home when you and your spouse are both self-employed, including touching on the guilt and shame that can come with unearned privilege, even when we’re doing our best to use our privilege to create the change we wish to see in the world.  

Amy Kuretsky (she/her) is a breathwork facilitator and wellness coach for mind, body, and business working on occupied and unceded Dakota and Anishinaabe territory. Her work is focused on helping radical business owners thrive in the liminal space between work and life. She believes that the health of our physical and emotional bodies are inextricably tied to the health of our businesses, and that when we work in this overlap we can build businesses that are heart-centered and healing for both the individual and the collective. 

When she’s not supporting others, she’s hiking in the woods with her pup, playing nerdy board games, or pulling tarot cards.

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