Living A More Intentional, Soul Aligned Life

5 common mistakes people make when setting goals + expert tips on how to create powerful intentions that lead to soul aligned action, fulfilment and ease.

Featuring insights from Keri Krieger, Sydney Campos, Megan Dalla-Camina, Emma Mildon and Helen Jacobs.

It’s almost a condition of the world we live in today to mould ourselves to fit society. We spend our precious time each day — for many of us, it has been from day dot — setting our goals to fit within systems and structures created by others, leading to years of discontent and unease from misdirection and misaligned actions. We’re also faced with patterns of normalised self-sabotage, self-doubt and constant comparisons between our own journey and those around us; all real hinderances on our mission to set powerful intentions that spark joy from within.

So then comes the question: how do we live a more intentional, soul aligned life? Here are 5 common mistakes made when setting goals, and expert tips to ensure you create powerful intentions that will serve your innermost desires and help you to live a soul aligned life bound by your personal divine purpose.

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Marketing Assistant / Content Coordinator

Due to continued growth, an exciting opportunity now exists to join Soul Sister Circle. We are seeking a creative, tech-savvy soul sister to join our intimate team as the marketing assistant / content creator.

Reporting to the CEO, the Marketing Assistant / Content Coordinator will deliver effective marketing and content creation strategies across multiple channels, assist with event executions and help manage community engagement and support. This role is location independent and would be well suited to anyone looking to work from home, or have the freedom to work and travel. There is scope for the successful applicant to work from our Head Office facility in the Gold Coast, Australia should that be desirable.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Design, produce and distribute content and marketing material such as videos, blogs, email campaigns and competitions that promote brand engagement, create a positive customer experience and deliver sustainable value and returns.
  • Utilise digital and traditional channels to optimise audience engagement.
  • Report, track and analyse activities across our entire digital marketing platforms.
  • Provide recommendations to optimise content performance.

To be considered for this position you will have:

  • Comprehensive knowledge or experience in designing, editing and executing creative campaigns.
  • Skills in using some or all of the following: Photoshop, Final Cut Pro, Active Campaign, WordPress or other equivalent programs.
  • Ability to learn and adapt in a busy environment.
  • High level of interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills is essential.
  • Strong understanding of website technology, social media platforms and web analytics.
  • Your own computer with reliable access to the internet, as well as some or all of the following: Photoshop, Illustrator, Final Cut Pro or other equivalent programs.
  • An insatiable appetite for personal growth and a deep desire to support and inspire others.

What We Offer You

  • An uplifting work environment, where you are encouraged and supported to achieve professional and personal success.
  • The opportunity to work within a fun, focused and passionately committed team.
  • The chance to contribute to something far greater than yourself.
  • Starting at 10 hours per week, you truly have the ability to make this position your own and set new limits and goals for the future.

Email your CV, Cover Letter and any other applicable material that you think might show the skill mentioned in the job description above email us now Please submit your application by 4th January 2019.

Rowena Mabbott

Rowena Mabbott is a Life and Transitions Coach, writer, speaker, mother and consultant. Through her coaching practice JoyHopeLove, Rowena works with women from around the world who are going through a time of transition and are seeking more clarity, confidence and joy in their life.  Rowena has established a free support group for parents who have had some time pass since the loss of their child, and would like to connect with a community of other parents who are evolving and transitioning after loss.  Based in Sydney, Australia, Rowena lives with her husband and two living sons.

We talk to Rowena about transitions, loss and evolving to joy.

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Lexi Crouch

Experienced and knowledgeable yet unconventional and always the first to say it how it is, Lexi Crouch is a passionate, honest and inspirational speaker, supporter, educator and positive advocate for eating disorders and body image issues. Lexi is Co-Founder, CEO for a Brisbane Start Up company in creative technology where her desire to create change in the world lies.

Lexi’s ability as a speaker and business acumen have both come from extensive past knowledge and experiences. Having overcome a fifteen year battle of anorexia – Lexi went from pathology to freedom using yoga as daily practice that enhances all aspects of her life.

Lexi is on a mission to provide a positive voice, support and education to anyone with eating disorders, eating issues, body image concerns and low self-esteem.

“Im here to shake things up a little bit, we are not here for a long time and I want everyone to realise their full potential,” says Lexi.

Now currently in her final year of study for a Bachelor of Health Science (Dietetics and Nutrition), a co-parent to her beautiful daughter Mabel, A Yoga Teacher and speaker, Lexi loves to share her life, loves, passion and learnings.

We talk to Lexi more about her mission and what her own journey to healing has involved.

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Kirra Smith


Kirra 04Kirra Smith is a writer, photographer and writing coach living in one of the most beautiful places in the world, the Gold Coast Australia.

She works with passionate creatives and companies who want to make a difference in the world. Having begun her career in PR, Kirra has worked with some of the most inspiring names in the health and wellness industry and since then has built a career from the three things she loves most; words, beautiful photos and teaching others.

We talk to Kirra about creativity, flow and soul lessons we can all learn from.

SSC: Kirra, tell us about how you have come to be here today? Turning your back on creativity and finding it all over again.

Kirra:   As a little girl, I always knew I wanted to be a writer. I LOVED everything about magazines – the glossy pages (that smell), the sharp, sassy words, the fashion, I couldn’t get enough. Getting lost in a beautifully written story was, and is, my favourite thing to do. I didn’t know what I wanted to write about or even what I could write about, all I knew was that I wanted to make people feel the way I felt when I read stories. I had two incredible English teachers in high school who nurtured me and encouraged me to write (poetry mostly) and find my own voice and to this day, I credit them for my becoming a writer. When I was 14, one of my poems was chosen to be printed in a real life book. I was as excited as a 14 year old is about anything and not long after it arrived, I promptly put it on a shelf and went about my life. No-one in my family had ever had a career as a ‘creative’ and throughout high school I was unsure how that would actually work but, I enrolled in University to study journalism (as creative as I would allow myself to be) and away I went. Turns out studying journalism and becoming a writer aren’t the same thing and once I was done with my study (where not much about writing was learned) I was propelled into the real world and found out pretty quickly that writing jobs are few and far between. So I took one in PR and shelved my writing dream. After about four years, my deeply buried creative self came calling again. I submitted an article to a national literary journal and it was accepted. It was a dream come true and I figured that would be enough to bring me instant fame. Nope. Again, I put my creativity aside and continued to cruise along working in yes, creative roles, but none that gave me the deep fulfillment I craved. Fast forward to early 2017 and life gifted me some absolutely heart shattering pain (dramatic yes, true also yes,) and, another shot at my dream and the path that led me here to the love of my life, photography. I’ve been working as a writer and photographer for an online magazine since then and although last year was my hardest yet, it gave me more confidence and strength than I ever knew was possible and it showed me that living a creative life is what I was meant for. So many times in the past I have turned my back on creativity thinking a career doing the things I loved wasn’t possible and until I was absolutely stripped bare of all the stories I had been telling myself for well, my entire life, really, I couldn’t see that it really, really was. While I still do enjoy being a writer, it’s photography that I love with a burning, firey passion and I honestly believe that in many ways, discovering that love brought me back to life. It allowed me to experience the world in new ways, show me that I was good enough and most importantly that I absolutely can live the life I had always dreamed of, albeit a little differently that I ever imagined. So even though I did turn my back on creativity many, many times (I’m sorry I love you), today I get to do the two things that bring me the most happiness every day and that is pretty much the best life I can imagine.

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SSC: What are the greatest lessons you have learned from living a life that is not aligned with your soul?

Kirra:  Firstly, that it hurts and that’s how you’ll know. Maybe not at the time but eventually, no matter what, living a life that is not aligned with your soul will hurt. Whether it’s being in a career you no longer love, not being creative when, you know, you’re a creative, staying in a relationship with someone for the wrong reasons, whatever it may be for you. The pain though, shows you what’s not working and in turn, what needs to happen so you can become aligned with your soul again. I also learned that it’s never too late to change course and realign. I’ve found that life is always nudging us toward the right path and everything that happens is just part of the adventure, whether we go the long way around (guilty) or not. So don’t worry, if you don’t feel like you’re on the “right” track just yet because in truth you are, it’s just that maybe the path to where you want to go looks different than you thought it would. It always has for me. There are always, always chances to realign, just keep your eyes open, ask yourself the hard questions and take steps every day to get where you want to go.


SSC: Is there ever a time when you struggle to create?

Kirra :   Yes! Whenever I’m pushing myself too hard to make’ something work, if I’ve got too much happening and can’t properly focus on the task or if I’m too worried about the perfect outcome (which of course, isn’t a thing). It happens a bit but now I’ve become able to recognise when things aren’t flowing and can turn my attention to something else until I feel ready to tackle the task again. To me, as a very Scorpio-esque Scorpio, feelings and creativity (and feelings and life in general) go hand in hand so if I’m not feeling it, it’s not happening.  

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SSC: How can we find our flow and encourage more creativity in our daily lives?

Kirra:   I usually find my flow when I give up on trying to find it (classic). I think the best plan of attack, which will also encourage more creativity, is to get out of your own way. Whether it’s work or pleasure related, sitting down at a desk and racking your brain for that piece of gold is just not going to work. Give yourself space to be inspired. I highly recommend reading a book (fiction or poetry), walking on the beach and laying on the floor staring at the ceiling while listening to music are pretty good ways for me to find get in the mood to make. Even watching a sunset or laughing with a friend brings on the sparks sometimes. I absolutely love the simple, beautiful things in life and, as corny as it may sound, I think if you just take a little bit of time out, do something you love and forget about what you want to create, the magic will find you. I know there are clients and deadlines and never ending adventures to be had but if you know when projects are due try to give yourself as much time as possible to get things done. You’ve heard it a million times but carve out time for to get inspired. Talk to people, ask questions, drink a margarita and do a little dance if that’s your jam. If nothing creative is happening for you I highly recommend not forcing it, put the work aside until a stroke of genius hits (even a short stint away from the desk will help). Once the creativity comes, use the time wisely and give it everything you’ve got, that’s your flow. .

SSC:  Nowadays, what is your greatest metric for success?

Kirra:  It’s pretty simple these days (and it took me a whole 32.5 years to get here on a long and bumpy road believe me) BUT to me, it’s about who I am and what I’m contributing to the world. Basically I measure success on the good vibes I’m (hopefully) bringing to the world whether that’s through my work or simply daily interactions with people. It’s an ongoing work in progress for sure. I think though, that if I’m doing creative work that makes me happy and always learning and growing, that energy will filter out to the people around me and maybe have a flow on effect. To me, being able to give back to the world that way is success. Also, having incredible people around me, keeping my eyes open to the tiny little moments that make up a beautiful life and of course, having as much fun as possible. I think that’s a good way to measure success too. Oh and getting to eat cheese whenever you want.  

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