Elizabeth Winter Walsh, Consultant & Guide
310-428-6117 | elizabethwinterwalsh.com
Drawing on her experience in the fields of advertising, entertainment, integrative and holistic medicine and medical spas, Elizabeth started her own consultation company this year. After being in a corporate job for many years, she finally took the risk she coaches others to take and went out on her own. She combines both a traditional college education along with non-traditional education that she has studied all over the world in such places as India, Peru, Africa, Kauai and Turkey. Being blessed by The Dalai Lama in 1996 was the start of many of these teachings. He stated that “the Western women will change the world” and she hopes to be one of them. One way she achieves this is by consulting people in “navigating the business of life”. She works with businesses and individuals in discovering their core mission, defining their priorities, building relationships that last, creating partner marketing strategies and ultimately helping people fulfill their vision.
Tell us a bit about your working style.
“My goal is to align people and businesses with an authentic expression of who they are. One question I ask my coaching clients is, `If time and money were not a consideration, what would you do with your life?’ The answers always lie within; I just help uncover them. I consider myself an `archeologist of the soul’ of people and businesses. It's so exciting to be both a catalyst of and a witness to transformation.” Working with businesses is more complex in nature because you are dealing with the collective consciousness or culture in addition to one’s individual consciousness. Sometimes you have to dismantle old paradigms in order to create something new that works.
How do you give back to your community?
“I choose to align with the concept of `Sacred Activism,’ as defined by Andrew Harvey. By creating businesses and communities that act as catalysts for change, we can begin to unite as a global community.”
What is one phrase you want associated with you and your business?
“Whatever it takes.”
Do you think that trusting your instincts is important in order to grow your business?
“Absolutely. As I’ve grown and evolved both personally and professionally, I’ve noticed how attuned with nature we actually are. When we are aligned inside our own being and sense of truth, we can make decisions from that intuition. When we act outside of that knowing, there usually is a consequence.”