The Fire Starter Sessions Workshop (Lexington, KY, USA)

Fire Starter Sessions Brittany Thompson Robinson Lexington Kentucky Workshop

This is the permission slip you’ve been waiting for…

Do you have dreams of quitting your 9-to-5 job? Taking the leap into running your own business? Traveling the world full-time? Or creating a brand new life for yourself? I want to help you say YES to your own genius so you can stop doing all the things that are holding you back.

Let’s cut through your thoughts, fears, and feelings so we can get crystal clear on your core desires. Using your dreams as fuel to move you forward, we’ll burn your illusions to a crisp so you’ll finally have the courage to live the life you’ve always dreamed of.

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Based on the book by Danielle LaPorte and led by Certified Facilitator Brittany Robinson, The Fire Starter Sessions workshop will:

● give you permission to want what you want (and show you how to go for it!)
● declare your “superpowers” and true strengths
● become better at time management
● expand your consciousness
● ignite your fire for following your dreams
● help you be incredibly generous with your love

Saturday, January 6th from 1:30-5:30PM

in the cozy, light-filled yoga studio at Centered in Brittany’s hometown:
309 N. Ashland Ave #180, Lexington, KY USA 40502

$50 Early Bird Registration until Dec 18th – Register Here
***Hot tea, water, snacks and worksheets are included. Dress comfy and bring a journal and a pen.

It’s time to create success on your own terms.

About Brittany:

Brittany Robinson is a designer, business coach, Creator of #SelfCareForSolopreneurs and Licensed Facilitator of the Fire Starter Sessions by Danielle LaPorte. After leaving corporate America herself, she now helps new business owners bring their world-changing visions to life (and get plenty of self-care along the way). When she’s not working from home in her pajamas, she travels the world with her husband, Rafael.

Core Desired Feelings: Radiance. Freedom. Abundance.
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That Digital Nomad Life

“Why did you leave?” he asked. “Will you ever move back to Kentucky?”

His voice was the echo of a hundred voices before it. These questions are not new and it’s only natural for people to ask. After all, I did just leave my little hometown in the heart of the Bluegrass State to travel the world with my husband full-time. When you’re in your thirties and you’ve spent the past six months living and working abroad, rather than pursuing the traditional “American Dream” of large houses and children and white picket fences, people will inevitably ask questions.

Here’s the best way I’ve found to explain it:

When you were growing up, did you have a best friend you felt connected to, who made you feel better when you were down and was always there for you? Did you have a lot of good memories together, plenty of adventures, or possibly a few drinks after a long day at work? Maybe you’re still the closest of friends – or maybe one day you woke up and realized that something was different.

Growing as a person involves change. It involves breaking comfort zones. And sometimes, it involves realizing that where you are is not where you need or want to be at this moment in your life; that you are being pulled in another direction, that you have to make a decision, or that you have to make a move.

That’s how I feel about Louisville. That’s also how I feel about Lexington right now. Some of my happiest moments are owed to the Derby City as well as to my hometown. These are cities where I came of age, found myself, figured out who my friends are, and met my husband. We had some beautiful experiences in the process. Louisville acted as a muse providing me with so much inspiration over the years. Lexington provided a home base, stability, and plenty of friends, family, and loved ones to support me in my spiritual journey as well as my professional career. For that, I will always be grateful.

But it came time to move forward.

I’m not a fan of the “digital nomad” catchphrase. It sounds a bit pretentious but the people living this lifestyle have yet to come up with a better term to describe it.

We can’t really call this an “adult gap year” because there is no gap. My husband and I are both working. I’m running a business, coaching clients, designing things, planning workshops. I’m even taking college courses.

We aren’t living abroad as tourists. We’re just living (and working) abroad. So maybe “location-independent” is the best way to describe what we are doing. We have the freedom to live and work from anywhere in the world – but we have to continue working so that we can keep that freedom.

When we’re not working? My husband and I spend our time planning for future investments, researching how to #travelhack, contemplating where (and if) we will build our future home, looking into immigration laws and pet quarantine regulations, and planning for the family we might one day have. But we’ve still got a little time before any of that happens.

I view this exciting moment in my life as a temporary stepping stone giving me time to contemplate my next move. I find myself looking forward to the remainder of my thirties in a way that most people my age probably don’t. I’m not dreading getting older because I don’t feel like my best adventures are behind me, but rather AHEAD of me. They’re ahead of all of us, if we just find ways to make them happen.

Don’t worry. I’m working towards that…