MAXIMIZING YOUR Online omnipresence with Ania Halama

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Living in a hyper-connected world requires entrepreneurs and businesses to have a strong online presence. In today’s digital age, it is crucial to establish your virtual footprint to remain visible and relevant to your target audience. So, if you have been trying to grow your online presence and not having much luck, this episode is specifically for you! Join us and let’s learn how to boost your online visibility with the incredible Ania Halama, Owner and CEO of Xpansion Alchemy.

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Who is Ania Halama?

Ania Halama is no stranger to seeking fulfillment beyond corporate jobs. She embarked on a journey to explore new skills and became a respected Reiki Master and EFT practitioner. Inspired by her own experiences, Ania built businesses sharing wisdom online.

Are you ready for an insider secret? Ania reveals that tailoring your online persona, content, and websites to resonate with your ideal clients is the key to a successful online business. She emphasizes the importance of self-reflection in understanding your target audience and what matters most to them.

Ania also advises adopting a multi-pronged approach instead of relying on a single channel. By utilizing websites, blogs, social profiles, magazines, and more, you can amplify your visibility and connect with clients on various platforms.

Standing out in the online world requires bold and authentic action. Ania’s tested strategies and advice inspire heart-centered entrepreneurs to maximize their online visibility and seize opportunities for success. Tune in to this episode to learn Ania’s tips and tricks for boosting your self-promotion online, including guest writing, media features, and paid ads!



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00:00 | Introduction

04:28 | An Unexpected Life Journey; Spirituality Through Challenges

18:03 | Inner Peace and Inspiration Through Meditation

25:35 | Investing In Your Team To Maximize Their Potential


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Episode 43 Transcript + Timestamps

Online Omnipresence with Ania Halama

[00:00:00] Yvonne Heimann: Hello and welcome back to Boss Your Business. And before I introduce my guest today, Angel’s already popping in. You guys, if you have any online presence, this is your episode. I am already hinting a little bit on the story. We’re going to be talking about insane. I swear to God, when I read this.

[00:00:20] You guys need to stick around. If you have any online profile, any online platform for your business, you need to stick around. With that, I want to introduce to you, Ania Halama. You are a world traveler and transformative guide, empowering heart centered entrepreneurs to align with their ideal clients and manifest abundance in all areas of their life.

[00:00:44] Speaking my language. After years of feeling trapped in your corporate job that left you financially strained and unfulfilled. Oh my God, don’t we know that story. You embarked on a courageous journey of self discovery, traveling the globe. You [00:01:00] not only acquired diverse skills, but also build businesses to share your newfound wisdom.

[00:01:06] Ania is renowned as a milly millennial manifesto with a little tongue twister there for the German, spiritual mentor, plant medicine facilitator, integration coach, and intuitive digital artist with expertise as in as an intuitive healer, Reiki Master, Angel Healer, EFT Certified Practitioner.

[00:01:33] Holy moly, what master are you going to have to say that for me? Because that’s a whole bunch of O’s and N’s in there. We’ll talk about this in a second. Akashic Recorder Reader, Angel Card Intuitive, Law of Attraction. You guys, you get the idea here. You have featured an entrepreneur magazine, Yahoo Magazine and other esteemed media outlets. Girl [00:02:00] Talk.

[00:02:00] Talk about collecting that knowledge. It’s do you guys, do you know now why I am really excited about today’s episode, because I’m like, what you guys don’t see right now if you watch, I have hypnotherapy up there. I have N L P up there. I have all kinds of stuff up there too, so I’m like, yeah, you were speaking my language, that is my journey right now.

[00:02:21] Welcome.

[00:02:23] Ania Halama: Thank you. Thank you so much, Yvonne. I’m excited to be here. And yes, it’s a whole slew of things, but I like wearing many hats. I like learning all the things. I believe that I should be a constant learner. Student of life. So why not? And the way I work with one client isn’t how I work with every client.

[00:02:43] So some people need some things. Other people need other things. I know that from my own journey, like I tried all these different things and some work, some didn’t. So finding what works for you and being able to help clients in many different ways as well.[00:03:00]

[00:03:03] Yvonne Heimann: I’m going to, I’m going to have to work on that one. And what I love about just looking at your bio and I’m similar to that. It’s, we are just building our tool belt. It’s I, yeah, there’s a button for me. I hate, and it doesn’t matter if that’s in the spiritual sense or if that’s in the business sense where it’s it’s my way or the highway.

[00:03:23] It’s the only tool. It’s this only thing that’s going to work for you. I’m like, BS seriously. I really.

[00:03:30] Ania Halama: Try them all and find what works for you.

[00:03:33] Yvonne Heimann: Exactly. And then it’s different combinations. How often does somebody tell us, you shouldn’t be doing this. You should be doing that. And you got to hear it five times in 10, 000 different ways.

[00:03:43] And now suddenly it clicks. And that’s to me, having this kind of tool belt is okay. This didn’t sit right with you. We didn’t get the result we wanted. Let’s try this or let’s try that. Let’s see what works for you.

[00:03:58] Ania Halama: Yeah. Also grow as [00:04:00] humans. How many times have you re-read a book that you read 10 years ago?

[00:04:03] And it’s a completely different book. You’re like, did they rewrite this? No, you just grew. You have a different outlook on life.

[00:04:11] Yvonne Heimann: You did. Your perception is just different. Ah, so now that I’m off of my soapbox on that. We, your bio already hinted on this. You’ve been corporate before, you’ve done that thing.

[00:04:28] Tell us a little bit about your story. How did Ania get here?

[00:04:32] Ania Halama: Yeah, so full circle, actually. I’m just getting back into the corporate world and not as an employee, but that’s a whole nother story that I’m happy to share as well. So I, I had to grow up very quickly. My dad was in a work accident.

[00:04:46] We were immigrants coming to the US. I’m Polish, I was born in Poland, came to the US. I was very young, but I was the first one in my family that spoke English and my dad was in the work accident when I was 10 years old, [00:05:00] which I had to go to all the lawyer’s offices, doctor’s offices, be an adult essentially, learning words no 10 year old should learn.

[00:05:08] Which led to a lot of resentment towards my father, a lot of resentment, like I had to grow up early. I had my childhood taken away from me. Like, why am I learning all of these words? Like just a lot of resentment and pain and trauma around that. But because of that, I knew that one of our incomes got taken away, my father’s, because he’s handicapped now.

[00:05:27] And so I knew that I had to go to, go do something with my life really early on to help support my family. I was always very artsy. Most kids went to like ballet and dance lessons and soccer and I’m here like drawing and painting and like doing all the artsy stuff. I took my first graphic design class when I was in high school.

[00:05:48] And I’m like, I love this. I want to do this for the rest of my life. This is amazing. It’s an old life now, but that’s what I thought at the moment. And so I went into my, my, my [00:06:00] counselor’s office in high school and I was like, okay, what can I do to graduate early? I need to go to college right away. So I graduated high school early, went to college right away.

[00:06:08] And life has a way of manifesting itself as it always does. One of my girlfriends, her boyfriend at the time, ran an agency, so a design agency. So she’s you want an internship with him? I’m like, yeah, why not? So I worked with him all through half of high school and all through college. So, as soon as I graduated college, he hired me on full time.

[00:06:29] So I’ve had a corporate job for as long as I could remember pretty much, way before any person should have a corporate job making a lot of money, way more money than any 18, 19 year old should be making. But because I was making a lot of money, I spent it on all the wrong things, and I had a lot of trauma as well.

[00:06:47] So I spent it on drugs and alcohol, and expensive purses, and fancy cars, and all the lavish egotistical things that I really don’t care about now. [00:07:00] And so my dad saw how much money I was bringing in and stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from me, which led to a whole nother slew of other trauma that I went towards.

[00:07:11] And yeah. Yeah. And that led me to have a lot of stress. A lot of stress. Which led me to become very sick. Stress, anxiety, insomnia, depression. I couldn’t eat any food. I was allergic to almost every single food. I was going blind. Doctors couldn’t figure out what was wrong with me. I was just very sick and it was all pretty much stress.

[00:07:34] So I switched to corporate jobs and then I came to a point in the job that I was at, where I couldn’t move up the corporate ladder anymore. And I’m like, Okay. It’s now or never. I can look for another job or do something crazy. I’m young. I don’t have any kids. Why not do something crazy.

[00:07:52] Yvonne Heimann: I have a feeling you chose the crazy.

[00:07:55] Ania Halama: I chose crazy, for sure. And so I [00:08:00] walked into my manager’s office. I quit my job within two weeks. I sold my car, sold my apartment, put everything in storage and bought a one way ticket to thailand. And i’ve been pretty much on that one way ticket. It’s been eight years already. I’m Still on that one way ticket, pretty much.

[00:08:16] Yvonne Heimann: So I’m curious and I haven’t figured it out yet. Thailand seems to be one of those first initial destinations and a situation like that, where I’m like, it’s still on my list. And it, do you have any idea or what was it for you that, that made you choose Thailand?

[00:08:37] Ania Halama: I wanted it to be as far away as possible from Chicago and as cheap as possible so I can afford, because I didn’t have, because I quit my job, far away and as cheap as possible.

[00:08:49] I knew nothing about Thailand. I didn’t even know what language they spoke in Thailand. Like, I’m going as far away as possible and I know a lot of friends that have traveled there. This was before the whole [00:09:00] digital nomad thing became a digital nomad thing. And I’m like, alright, I’m going to Thailand.

[00:09:05] While in Thailand, life is obviously a lot more inexpensive than it is in America, so I didn’t need work at all the first year. However, my background’s in graphic design and marketing, so it was really easy for me to transition into the online world. I also had a lot of freelance clients while still working in corporate, so that was really easy for me to transition.

[00:09:25] And… While there, life was a lot more inexpensive. So I was going to yoga classes more often, meditation classes. And that’s when I really started my spiritual journey. A little bit, not fully, but started little by little piecing it together and little by little, I started healing myself. I started healing my IBS, my anxiety, my depression, because I started getting in that regiment.

[00:09:50] And my soul just kept calling to, to go to South America at some point. Ayahuasca specifically was calling me. And I am a plant medicine facilitator at the [00:10:00] moment. I am actually about to go October, November. I’m getting, I’m preparing myself to go to the jungle for two months to get initiated into an Ayahuasca tribe, which is a whole nother slew of things.

[00:10:11] I, while there, I started healing myself and I started doing spirituality and I was also looking for something else to do with my career wise. So I hired on my first coach, my first mentor. And he’s, you have a marketing degree. Why don’t you teach business? So you’ve had you’ve started multiple businesses already.

[00:10:29] Why don’t you teach this? I’m like, that’s a pretty good idea. Why don’t I do that? So I started it. I started business coaching and business coaching was great. I met a partner who was also a business coach and him and I started a company together. And then I started really getting into the spiritual path and learning all things spirituality and healing myself from the inside out, like fully, completely.

[00:10:56] And I’m a kind of person that if I like something, I [00:11:00] dive head in. Study it all day every day. I’m like, I wanna everything, read all the books, watch all the videos, I wanna know everything . And I just started learning one thing, going down the rabbit hole of my toolbox now, pretty much.

[00:11:17] Yvonne Heimann: Yep.

[00:11:17] Ania Halama: Learning meditation, akashic records, ho’oponopono, all these things, and I’m like, this is great. Then I transitioned over into spiritual business coaching. I was working with Bob Proctor’s team, doing my whole law of attraction training, and doing business in a spiritual point of view, like how to attract your clients, how to energetically align yourself with the clients that you want, with the business that you want and start attracting it versus like constantly in that hustle American mentality.

[00:11:48] Go. Exactly. How to attract it, because life should be fun. Life should be easy. And life has been like, it’s not been easy for me, but [00:12:00] once I started getting aligning myself, like things started popping into my life, easily and effortlessly. And I was teaching people how to do that. And then I got burnt out with business coaching, with spiritual business coaching.

[00:12:11] I’m like, let’s just focus on spirituality. This is a lot more fun and more my style, more my speed. Like I show up when I show up, my clients show up when they show up. That’s more my style versus that constant hustle again. And I much preferred that versus like the business strategy, the attraction, all of that anyways.

[00:12:30] So then my path led me to South America, plant medicine again, specifically, I every time I opened up a book, like something about ayahuasca came up for me. Every time I like put on a TV, Chelsea Lately was talking about her ayahuasca trip in the jungle. I’m like, all right, I need to do this thing called ayahuasca, but I didn’t know really anything about it.

[00:12:49] I was like, I had a drug problem. I was like, I’m gonna go do a bunch of drugs in the jungle. That’s gonna be so much fun.

[00:12:57] boy. Yeah, I was wrong. [00:13:00] I was wrong. And so I, I made my way to South America. Stayed in Thailand for a year. I traveled all throughout Southeast Asia, went to Europe for a while, traveled all around Europe, went to Central America. I ended up in Panama for a couple of months, and then I made my way to South America.

[00:13:20] And in South America, I went to Colombia first. Specifically, Medellin was calling me. I didn’t know why Medellin. Now I understand, it is home for me. I, my heart belongs there. My soul belongs there. I feel like the best version of myself when I’m in Colombia, Medellin specifically. And I knew that I needed to do this thing called ayahuasca.

[00:13:40] I didn’t know anything about it. I knew that she attacked your ego first. We hear like death of the ego. And I had a massive ego at this point. I was afraid. I was like, Oh, what am I going to learn about myself? What is she going to show me? I don’t know, but I know that I need to do this thing.

[00:13:56] I don’t know what it is, what it’s going to be. Again, I’m going to go [00:14:00] do a bunch of drugs in the jungle. It’ll be fun. Maybe. But I’m scared and I get to Columbia, the first week while in Medellin, I went to a conscious cannabis ceremony and during the ceremony, my entire death of the ego happened to me in a cannabis ceremony, like good versus evil, who I am, who I’m not, all the people that I’ve hurt, all the wrong decisions that I’ve done, like everything in my head for hours going on.

[00:14:29] And it was a hard ceremony. I’m cannabis. I’m like, what is going on? I’ve done this thing hundreds of times beforehand, recreationally. I never expected a cannabis ceremony to be so hard. I’m in the bathroom after the ceremony, washing my hands. And this is the first time audibly I’ve ever heard spirit talk to me.

[00:14:47] I’m very clairvoyant and very claircognizant. I don’t hear spirit talk to me audibly often. And so I heard. You’re ready. And I’m looking around. I’m like, what the heck? What am I ready for? Who said that? What is [00:15:00] going on? The very next day, a friend of mine texted me and he’s, I’m going to an ayahuasca ceremony.

[00:15:05] Do you want to come? I’m like, I’m ready. Yes, I want to go. And I am so grateful for that first ceremony. It is literally, I was in a meditation a couple months ago and it was like a holotropic breathwork session. And meditation and in that meditation, the guide was like, think of the moment that you’re most grateful for in your life and the vision of my first ayahuasca came up for me and I’m like, I’m so grateful for that moment, because that’s the moment that made me, that was the bridge between the person I used to be, the person I am now and the person that I’m still becoming.

[00:15:39] I’m so grateful for this medicine. Like it is my entire life now. I’m getting initiated into a tribe in just a month. And so it was like, yeah, that’s beautiful. But then the meditation like zooms me out and drops me back into like pure consciousness. And it’s yeah, that was great. But this moment [00:16:00] right now, this moment is all you have.

[00:16:02] Be grateful for this moment. And I’m crying at this point. I’m like, that’s so beautiful. Yes, this moment. I’m so grateful for this moment. I’m grateful for all the moments. Yeah. So that’s how I’ve started, how I ended up where I’m at right now and the crazy transitions of my life.

[00:16:22] Yvonne Heimann: I, this is why I love, and my audience knows this.

[00:16:25] This is why I love this question because you never know what’s going to come out. Even with people that I have known for years asking that questions, it’s what happened? How happened? And, my audience, no matter if you’re watching or listening, you also know, I followed the the conversation where the conversation leads us.

[00:16:45] And I love it. I’m like, I’m sitting over here. I’m like, okay, I’m going to have to stalk you. We need to talk because I literally just started micro dosing a couple of months ago and it’s been quite interesting. I’m not quite ready yet for the full [00:17:00] session. We’ll get there. We’ll get there. Yvi is not quite there yet.

[00:17:04] But I also mentioned at the beginning, there was quite a big burndown when you were touring with your book, because you’re also an author. You were touring for your book. And I know some of my audience is quite practical tendency. And I want to make sure we bring that story up because when I read that, I was like, Holy.

[00:17:30] So guys listening, what I’m going to do is I’m going to get Ania to tell that story of what happened when she was touring with her second book. And I never, ever want to hear you guys complain about two factor authentication and all this stuff ever again, after this story, you got it guys? And you do me a favor, tell me when, in all of this, when all of this was happening and your business was adjusting and you were growing and you were moving through [00:18:00] those different stages.

[00:18:03] You were on tour for your second book and something happened.

[00:18:07] Ania Halama: Yeah, whoo, cancel, clear, delete. That is all done with.

[00:18:13] Yvonne Heimann: In the past, it’s not coming back. But I wanted to bring it up as a lesson for everybody. Listen,

[00:18:20] Ania Halama: 100% a lesson and such a big one and so much resilience. And I learned a lot. I grew so much from it and I’m so grateful for what I’m doing now.

[00:18:31] Oh my goodness. I’m so glad that it happened. Like I wouldn’t be where I am right now if it wasn’t for that. And this is the corporate side of things that’s coming in. So I’ll share both of those stories. So I’m, the beginning of last year. I had a very successful spiritual coaching business. I had containers.

[00:18:50] I was had one on one clients. I was traveling all over for some clients. Like it was, you Incredible. I felt like I was on top of the world. Came out [00:19:00] with my second book. Book tour, amazing! Vegas, LA, New York, Costa Rica, all for book tour. I had four Times Square billboards that were 80 feet tall. I felt literally on top of the world.

[00:19:12] I came back from book tour and I got hacked. I lost my website. I lost 30, 000 email subscribers. I lost over 300 video pieces of content that I’ve ever created. Everything just vanished out of existence, like I’ve never existed on the internet. I’m like, what the heck just happened? And I took the entire month off while I was on book tour, so I don’t know when.

[00:19:39] Yeah, exactly. Yeah. So I took the entire month off while I was on book tour because like I was in different time zones. I was networking, I was talking to people, meeting people, like I just, I couldn’t, didn’t have the, Sustainability to work the entire time. So I [00:20:00] came, I don’t know if it happened in the beginning, in the middle, in the end.

[00:20:03] Like I have no idea when it happened, came back and like my entire business just vanished into thin air. So I spent the next few months just trying to retrieve everything back. Like, why isn’t my, what, why is my website gone? Can I get it back? Talking to my hosts, hosting providers, my servers, like everything, just trying to get everything back.

[00:20:23] Followed by two more months of a mental breakdown, as you can imagine. Going and

[00:20:28] You lost your whole business pretty much.

[00:20:31] Ania Halama: Yeah. I lost my entire business and going into like self doubt. Should I be doing this? Should I even be coaching? Is this my right path? Should I be doing this imposter syndrome?

[00:20:40] Who am I like, I just had a crazy four times square billboards. And now all of a sudden my business is gone. Should I be doing this? I like. Is this right for me? I have no idea. And so I did what I know how to do best. I meditated. I surrendered and I meditated. And in a beautiful [00:21:00] four hour long meditation, my brand new company, which is called Expansion Alchemy, was given to me.

[00:21:07] the name, the colors, the branding, what partners are I want on it, the payment structures, the website copy, literally everything was given to me in this four hour meditation. And I’m like, all right, I guess this is what I’m supposed to be doing now. Thank you, spirit. Thank you. And the message that came out of that was collaboration, not competition.

[00:21:29] Things are changing. Things are shifting. I don’t have to build a business on my own anymore. You don’t have to build a business on your own. Why not collaborate with other people and reach a much wider audience, reach more people, help more people by working with other people. You don’t have to do things on your own.

[00:21:48] And we’re in the rise of the feminine right now, which the feminine is all about community is all about collaboration. So why not collaborate with others? So in turn, we can help. A lot more people, [00:22:00] so I spent the next couple of months. Building up expansion alchemy and what expansion alchemy is, it is a online learning portal in the realms of personal development, health, relationships, spirituality and business.

[00:22:12] We have 12 teachers on staff, 12 mentors, coaches, teachers, whatever you want to call them, all the same thing, each giving one live class a month in one of those subjects. Then the classes get pulled into our arsenal, into our academy where all the replays are stored. You can go into any of the replays.

[00:22:30] You can watch the live classes. We’ve got a calendar. We’ve got a community in there. It is so much fun. I love it. But I, as I was building it up, I went to a mastermind. This was in May of this year, went into a mastermind with seven, eight figure entrepreneurs, and I was telling them all about Expansion Alchemy.

[00:22:51] And they’re like, why don’t you bring this into corporations? I’m like, I love this idea. Why don’t I bring this into corporations? Cause I have [00:23:00] a corporate background. I know if I had the tools that I have today, then I’d still probably be in corporate. Thankfully that is not my path. I don’t need to be doing that.

[00:23:10] But especially now, after COVID, things are changing and shifting, and I was just reading a statistic.

[00:23:14] Yvonne Heimann: Finally!

[00:23:16] Ania Halama: Finally, exactly! I was just reading a statistic a few weeks ago saying that, I believe it was like 73% of Gen Z-ers, right? Z is the one after me, whatever.

[00:23:28] Yvonne Heimann: I have no idea.

[00:23:29] Ania Halama: Whatever it is! Of the young kids that are just getting into jobs right now. They won’t take a job unless they have a mental benefit, mental health benefit for as a benefit. So we’re looking to come into corporations as a mental wellness benefit for employees, which is so beautiful. And I’m so excited for an Expansion Alchemy just got our first award two weeks ago. So yes, thank you.

[00:23:56] I spoke at a conference called the HEAL Conference in Florida. [00:24:00] This is why I’m in America. And while there, I decided to come visit my family in Chicago and I’m going to Burning Man this weekend. Hey, so the HEAL conference was all about bringing healthcare and education together because things are changing, especially after COVID, alternative medicines, talk, bringing alternative medicines and alternative learning.

[00:24:22] How can we merge those together, which is literally all Expansion Alchemy does. Alternative medicine and alternative learning and bringing it into corporation as a wellness benefit. So we have a B2C Sector as well as a B2B sector.

[00:24:38] Yvonne Heimann: I love it. I love it. I love it. And it’s interestingly enough, I have an online friend, Francesca, who is similar doing, bringing breath, hypnobreath work to corporate. And I’m like, Ooh, yeah, talk about [00:25:00] collaboration. I think she is in Bali right now.

[00:25:03] Ania Halama: Send her my info.

[00:25:07] Yvonne Heimann: Talk about collaboration. Yeah, I think she is still right now in Bali on a week retreat that she was putting together. But yeah, I’m like, girl, you universe is already doing its magic again. I actually did. I had no breath work session this morning. Look at how this all lines up. It’s just, it’s, and it doesn’t matter if it’s solopreneur is it’s small businesses, if it’s coaches, consultants, if it’s corporate, it doesn’t matter.

[00:25:35] We want to live life now. I’m like, if I have learned something in my life, it’s like tomorrow is not a given. So this whole work your ass off till you retire and then enjoy it. Who the hell? No, I was. That’s where I’m actually thankful for COVID because it finally opened up corporate eyes where it’s like your employees are not just a [00:26:00] number, they are not just your working ends.

[00:26:02] You better be taking care of them or they’re done.

[00:26:06] Ania Halama: Exactly. It’s not just a paycheck. They’re actual humans. They’re actual people and they need to be happy in their work environment. The more happy they are, the more productive they are. The better they’re doing at your organization and making you more money at the end of the day.

[00:26:22] Hey! Don’t you want your employees to be happier and healthier? I do,

[00:26:27] Yvonne Heimann: and it’s been interesting seeing the conversation that has been happening over the last couple of weeks in, in my circles, where I have open communication with my team, where it’s okay, where do you guys want to be?

[00:26:41] You what’s your income goal? What do you want to do? Because I want my team to be happy and excited about what they’re doing, because I know that means I get the best of them. And then I talked with a couple of other people where it’s oh yeah, it’s like they, they are asking for 35 bucks an hour in [00:27:00] the Philippines.

[00:27:00] I’m like, that’s rich in the Philippines. I’m like. So your value is getting cheap work, not getting good work. And yeah it’s just that value alignment is really interesting watching right now and the different conversations I’m having and the different perceptions I’m seeing where I’m like.

[00:27:21] Money is just an exchange of energy. So if I cheapskate, my team is going to cheapskate me. Who wants that?

[00:27:29] Ania Halama: Exactly. No, no one. No, I sure don’t.

[00:27:34] Yvonne Heimann: Take care of your team. If I do better, they do better than they do better. I do better. How was that theme is collaboration. That’s what it is.

[00:27:44] Ania Halama: Collaboration, not competition. So juicy.

[00:27:49] Yvonne Heimann: Heck yeah. And everybody else can go eat dust. Yes. I just said that guys. I don’t do well

[00:27:56] Ania Halama: this weekend at burning man and go. I’ll take [00:28:00] some home for you. Go eat it.

[00:28:01] Yvonne Heimann: Oh, please. I have so many friends that are going, it’s like maybe one day. I’m like.

[00:28:07] Getting sand everywhere where I don’t want it for a week.

[00:28:12] Ania Halama: I’ve never been, but it’s been a it’s been a dream of mine for a long time. And life has a beautiful way of manifesting itself. I got invited to go to Burning Man and to serve medicine at Burning Man at the first ancestral medicine tent ever at Burning Man, which I love it.

[00:28:32] I’m so excited.

[00:28:32] Yvonne Heimann: Heck yeah. Oh my God. I love it. So after Burning Man what’s in your future? What’s happening? Where are you going after Burning Man?

[00:28:41] Ania Halama: I go back to Medellin for three weeks and then I go off to jungle school. I go, I go to Peru all of October and all of November. I’m getting initiated into an ayahuasca tribe so I can facilitate.

[00:28:56] I’ve opened up a retreat center in Columbia. [00:29:00] Currently, we’re doing conscious cannabis as well as psilocybin. But once I get, go through my entire training, we’ll be doing ayahuasca as well over there. And yeah I’m nervous. I’m excited, but it’s been something that’s been on my horizon since day one of sitting with the medicine.

[00:29:16] She’s been showing me this is my path from the very beginning and I’m so excited for it. I know that I’m going to help a lot of people, help myself a lot as well. And I have some other exciting things happening with Ayahuasca, not only the Retreat Center, I’m working on a book on Ayahuasca at the moment as well, merging the spirituality with the science and some other couple exciting things, which I’m not ready to share about publicly yet, but follow me along and I’m sure you’ll see all about it very soon.

[00:29:46] Yvonne Heimann: So my last question before we tell everybody where you actually can find Ania, how do you make all of this happen? I’m like, Oh yeah, I’m doing this. And I’m doing that. I’m getting that certification. I’m doing this and I’m writing a book and I’m opening this [00:30:00] and Holy moly girl.

[00:30:03] Ania Halama: Time isn’t real, so it doesn’t matter.

[00:30:06] Yvonne Heimann: I was waiting for that one. I was waiting for that one. Guys, if anybody of you has started their spiritual journey, you know that time is a perception. Time isn’t real. Time is a perception.

[00:30:19] Ania Halama: I do it when I do it.

[00:30:22] Yvonne Heimann: I was waiting for that one. I love that one for that one.

[00:30:26] Ania Halama: Thank you very much.

[00:30:30] Yvonne Heimann: And only somebody that has started their spiritual journey will understand what it means that time is only a perception. Guys, that is manifestation 101 right there. Literally. You will hear it everywhere. And with that, where can people find you?

[00:30:49] Where can people stalk you? Where can people follow you? Stalking only in the good way, people. I only use stalking in the good way. Yes, please. So where can people find you?

[00:30:58] Ania Halama: My website: aniahalama.com. I [00:31:00] am on Instagram at Aniatravels, and then everywhere else on social media at Ania Halama.

[00:31:07] Yvonne Heimann: Amazing guys, you will also find all of these links. In your show description, all below it’s all linked there. It’s all there. So you don’t even have to worry about it. Just click on it and I will see you. Because I want to hear first of all, how Burning Man goes, how everything else goes, we are staying definitely in contact because it is time to move out of micro dosing and seriously do some quantum leaps for everybody else.

[00:31:38] Listening guys, you know what to do. Hit that subscribe button, hit that follow button. I see you and hear you in the next episode of Boss Your Business. Bye everybody.



00:00 | Introduction

04:28 | An Unexpected Life Journey; Spirituality Through Challenges

18:03 | Inner Peace and Inspiration Through Meditation

25:35 | Investing In Your Team To Maximize Their Potential

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