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Podcast: Escape the Corporate Matrix

What’s the Problem with Working in the Corporate Matrix? Why are People Leaving? What is the Journey of Leaving? What can you Expect Moving into Something Quite New?

Heather Hanson Wickman, PhD, successfully climbed the corporate ladder, before experiencing her own awakening or what she lovingly refers to as her “corporate crack.” Over the course of the past three years, Heather has been on an intentional journey to align with her deeper purpose and now works closely with decision makers supporting their own leadership evolution to build soulful and healthy organizations. She specializes in organizational change and executive coaching and she is the author of The Evolved Executive.

 

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Steve Nobel

Steve Nobel

I am the author of 6 non-fiction books, the most recent being a free Ebook entitled ‘Starseeds’ and my latest published book is 'The Spiritual Entrepreneur'. I was a director of a not for profit spiritual organisation called Alternatives (based in St. James’s Church, Piccadilly, London W1) for 13 years, leaving on the Winter Solstice of 2012. Subsequently, I began my own healing and awakening work. I created a healing system called Soul Matrix Healing for Starseeds. I have created a library of free resources including meditations and transmission to help Starseeds. These are are freely available on this website and on my YouTube channel. These meditations and transmissions are played all over the world and so far, the platform has over 140K subscribers. I regularly runs events in the UK.

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