Fifty Two Women Project

Fifty Two Women No. 28 | Kylie Patchett

I have one word for this woman. Powerhouse! This year Kylie and I were not only in the same mastermind but we were put together as accountability partners – it was a perfect match! Kylie is a superwoman. I could end her intro here but let me expand. Her passion for her business is infectious, excuses don’t exist in this woman’s vocabulary and her honesty and realness is admirable. You will love this feature!

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Absolutely! Way back in my corporate career I felt like I was going through the motions and I should be feeling successful but I was just bone-deep unhappy. It was not until I set myself free to give up everything that did not fit me that I began to create a life and business that really mattered, and which was a true reflection of my values and soul.

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After watching my Dad die at 91, I realised that he had died with his light trapped inside of him, that he had never taken the great juicy risk of living life to the full, all the time tied up by duty and responsibility and doing the right thing. I made a conscious decision to recreate my life so that it nourished me: mind, body and soul and this included ditching my career in corporate medical management and leaving Australia to live and retrain in NYC. I later opened my health coaching business, which developed into a mindset coaching business and now the combination of mindset and money and health coaching for women entrepreneurs. And the rest as they say is history!

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The mindset that you have to work hard or work doing something that is not joyful to make “good money”. Now, my belief is that you can be successful and soulful and that you do not need to sacrifice your soul, your scruples or your sanity to create a darn healthy income. This was a true turning point in my life to know my intrinsic value and step up to receiving in exchange.

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My two little ladies, nature and the stretch and release of yoga. When I am calm and centred I feel like I am super in touch with what I feel is inspiration from the bigger picture. It’s like it is not mine, it comes from a much larger energy. When I allow myself to get stressed or tired or don’t take enough time out to be with my family and move and in nature, that inspiration completely dries up.

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Call a belief buddy. Move my body. Have a wholehearted chat with my husband. Go and help someone else and get out of my own head and my own perceived limitations. One of my fave detangling places is to go hang out at my daughters’ barefoot school in the art shed doodling and creating and completely shut off my fear-based brain for an hour or two.

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Nature and movement again.Also one of my secret weapons is water – ocean, lake, shower or a deep bath there is something super restorative to me to be in water. Must be the Aquarian in me!

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Oh great question.I will sometimes get into a negative story and not realise it. The first thing I do notice though is holding tension in my body or how I am reacting to other people. If I get snappish with my man or little ladies my first question is “hang on a sec – where are you not nourishing yourself?”

When I bring the focus back to me and how I am feeling, that’s usually when I notice the negative story. At that stage, I just like to allow myself to rest in the story for a while, feel how uncomfortable it is. Rather than resisting it I feel like acknowledging how uncomfortable it is to believe that story is really important first, then paying attention to answers to questions like. Is this really true? Is this useful? Whose story is this? And journaling answers. Usually a deeper fear or anxiety is underneath the story and at that stage I can reframe it to a more helpful desired feeling and therefore story.

If I am really doing a number on myself, meditation and yoga are my secret weapons to coming back to centre. The reason I also like journaling so much is I have come to appreciate that these ebbs and flows of story do pass, and when you can trust that it becomes less important to remove yourself, as it naturally passes itself!

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I don’t really do self-pity as I believe I am always empowered. However comparison and self-belief are things I deal with absolutely. My daily rituals of movement, meditation and good clean food go a long way to minimizing this sort of patterning, as it often comes from a lack of energy or imbalanced energy. Comparison wise I also am protective of my own headspace and make sure that I am not looking at other businesses or other people from a sense of lack. If I see someone who has created or has something I desire I now take it as a sign that they are shining the light on my potential also. It’s such a nice place from which to view the world.

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Always asking “how can I honour myself right now?” The answer is often the simplest things. Deep breathing. A cup of tea in the sunshine. A hug from a loved one. A quick call to a girlfriend. I ask myself that question and make a practice of giving myself what I need.

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Ohhhh so much to say! The central thing I would say if you are truly inspired to go into business and be of contribution to the world, you intrinsically already have what you need to deliver that gift. I don’t believe you have the impulse without the ability to give birth to it. And secondly I would say make sure you have a cheer squad. Business requires focus, consistency and backing yourself and that is way easier to do when you have a circle of soul fuelled sisters (and brothers) who support you.

What is one thing we don’t know about you?

I hate wearing shoes. Like hate. My daughters go to a barefoot school and you will often find me kick off heels in a speaking gig so I can be better connected. That and I am insanely flexible.

What awesome things can we expect to see from you in the future? What are you excited about?

I am excited about growing my business in a soulful way. I am excited to earn more so I can contribute more. I am excited to have more time freedom to hang out in that art shed and travel the world. I am excited to keep expanding my reach and impact in this world. And most of all I am excited to see where the ripple effect of helping other women entrepreneurs to step up into their own reach and impact has on the world.

 

Kylie Patchett is a Delicious Life and Business Mentor, who combines her background in neuro and forensic science with mindset, money, and health coaching expertise to help women entrepreneurs break through overwhelm and their own mental BS to create what they crave in business – more cash, more clients, more freedom – without sacrificing their soul or their sanity.

A frequent speaker and writer, she has contributed to She Takes on the World, Australian Content Magazine and Smart Healthy Women. Download Kylie’s Whole Truth about Entrepreneurship Book at www.kyliepatchett.com

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