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You Belong Somewhere You Feel Free

Where you belong


I’m supposed to write a super slick and sexy blog post to you today, because I’m in the middle of a launch for my membership community, Wildheart Revolution. Marketers tell me that I need to speak to your pain points. Massage the message. Be strategic.

But I’m a Wildheart, and that means that I honestly can’t do anything that doesn’t feel resonant or real for me, no matter how many statistics say I should do it.

The truth is…I strongly dislike launches. And I hate all that I’m supposed to do during them. I hate the way I feel like I’m never doing a good enough job, or I don’t ever quite have the right formula.

Being in business is weird. It’s like you start out because you believe in something. You want to make a difference in the world. And you want to paint your life with exactly the colors you want to use.

And then somewhere along the line you learn that your box of crayons isn’t what gets people to look at your painting. And so you spend tons of cash learning how to use the industry standard’s box of crayons. And no one buys your things still.

Why? Because everyone can tell the difference between a painting that was commissioned for a generic hotel, and a painting that is a raw and utter expression of the artist’s soul.

For me, today, my soul is tired. A bit road weary. But while being a bit under the weather, I can tell you I love WIldheart with all my heart and soul…and THAT feeling is what I want to relay to you.

I believe in it. I know it works. I see it every single day with my members who are doing things they never thought possible or sharing parts of themselves they’ve never been able to show.

I’m not trying to sell you an “e-course” or a solution to all your problems. I’m not trying to tell you that my way is the only or best way to go.

But what I am doing is inviting you to discover for yourself what might be possible when you truly say YES to yourself. To making real changes in your life that actually make a real difference. I’m inviting you to see yourself…even more. And love that person…even more.

To join me on the bathroom floor, crying. To give each other a knowing glance of understanding when sh*t gets real in your life and you feel stuck. To partake in your own humanness and enter into a human experience with people who are willing to jump into the fire with you.

It IS a Revolution after all.

And I’m here for the long haul.

Now…Wildheart probably won’t solve your life in 5 easy steps. It probably won’t fix whatever is broken in your life (mostly because one of the tenants of Wildheart is that you’re not broken…there is nothing wrong with you…you’re just a human having a human experience).

But what it WILL do is give you the opportunity to really f*cking try to have all those things you say you’ve been wanting. To be a part of something bigger than just an online business group. To experience something more dynamic than just a 1:1 coaching relationship.

To be at the ground level of a Revolution that is just beginning to take shape. To help carry the torch.

To BE the Revolution. BE the change. BE Wildheart.

That’s what this is all about.

A Revolution where people are deciding for themselves how they want their lives to be. People who are buying their very first minivan and expanding their families. To people who have just opened up their marriages for the very first time. To people who have gotten into an RV and embarked on their very first road trip. Or people who are entertaining the idea for the first time ever that maybe (just maybe) there is a bit more to life than clocking in to that job you’ve been going to for the past 20 years.

Wildheart knows no age. No gender. No “path.”

Wildheart is the Revolution for the people who know that living from their hearts is the only way to go. (TWEET THIS)

Who are a bit wild, in all their own ways. Who don’t resonate with all the other stuff that’s out there.

Wildhearts FEEL it. There is something that bubbles up in your belly or your heart when you imagine yourself on your own open road. Steering your own ship. You KNOW you’re meant for a beautiful journey. And you’re (scared/excited) to set sail. And the beautiful thing about the Revolution is that we are all here to be your net. To support you if you feel like you’re falling.

Wildheart is not for everyone. I know that. And you might not be ready yet to sign up just yet (or ever). But you’re reading this because something I’ve said somewhere along the line sparked something in you. Maybe even if it was just a tiny ember.

And so all I ask right now is that you check it out. Wildheart. See if it’s the right fit for you. See if it makes that ember grow ever brighter. And if it doesn’t…no problem.

I don’t know where Wildheart will end up but it has wings and it’s in flight. I imagine that you are too. I feel it so strongly in my bones. It’s a new way of living. And I want to take you along for the ride, if that’s the kind of adventure you want to be on.

What do you have to lose?

All My Wildhearted Love,

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12 Responses to You Belong Somewhere You Feel Free

  1. Becky says:

    I COMPLETELY AGREE! I’m in the middle of a launch and finally I started doing things that felt right for what I’m putting out into the world- not just a cookie cutter course that needs to follow an exact formula.

    Loved this :) it’s great when you can feel that there’s a real human being on the other side of the screen!

    • Sally Hope says:

      Hey Becky! Thank you so so much for chiming in and congrats for changing course halfway through. HECK YES! I’ve definitely done that before too and it was like it totally took the pressure off. I no longer cared what the results were just that I was doing what felt right in my heart. Thanks so much for the reminder. XOXO

  2. Susan says:

    Yet again dear Sally your words vibrate deep in my heart. It is your very personal, intimate way of writing and sharing that drew me to Wildheart. You have certainly found a way to communicate and share that I don’t see very often. I have every intention of learning all I can with you and Wildheart…I cannot imagine a lovelier, safer place to learn to be me.

  3. Maggie says:

    Yes, I can totally tell when something is being “pitched” to me or when someone is using marketing “rules”. It’s a TOTAL turn off and a big red flag for me. And I notice how fake it feels in the little bit of blogging I’ve done… If I write from a detached perspective or try to use a voice that isn’t true to me, you can tell! I come off preachy and fake. It’s awful.

  4. I feel the same Sally. I spent ridiculous sums of money on learning how to run and market an online business only to discover I can not implement methods that don’t feel right, are not congruent and basically come from my mind rather than my heart. Of course I want to share my message about thinking with and living from the heart. It’s changed my life so naturally I feel called to pass on the ‘hows’ and ‘whys’ of being a Heartist. I’ve realised that I’d rather wait until the moments right than push, force The Heartist Movement into existence (well it already exists, and I’m open to how it grows and expands). I know I’m on the right path because everyday for the past 7 days straight I’ve met someone else saying the exact same thing. My heart is exited about what’s coming!!! Love what you’re about Sally!!! From my Wildheart to yours. x

  5. Cat says:

    Hey Sally,

    “You belong somewhere you feel free” resonate so much with me… I’ve tried many years to get closer to my family, to join Montreal amazing community.. It’s a great city! But I’m not feeling myself here. I’m not free.. I’m a constructed persona, feeling sad. I’m trying to act like the people around me and I feel.. Of course fake.

    So I set sail last November, I took the road and my destination was Mexico. I like it there. I breathe, I dance, I create and I rejoice… I actually never made it yet. But I’m on my joy road trip and collecting along the way amazing and valuable life lesson that is tremendously changing my life.

    I did b-school sitting at someone else table, actually at least 4 – 5 other people’s tables.. And I knew that whenever I’m ready.. PLEASE CAT (talking to myself) make it yours and not those formula that I can’t stand!

    I know I’m a wild heart and I feel that you are expressing the exact nature of a wild heart!!!!
    You are living it!
    You are it!
    Be it!
    And voila!!

    Thank you Sally for creating a true space for us!!!!!!

  6. Pearl says:

    One thing I’m learning about advice and “best practices” is that it’s better to do anything than to do nothing. If I don’t follow all the rules about launching, or about reading plays, or about hennaing my hair, then I might actually do those things. I get perfection paralysis, however, and because I don’t know the RIGHT way to do a thing, I don’t do it. Life, work, and play are all much better when I take action.

  7. Mariska says:

    YES YES HELL YES Sally!! I am a newbie onliner coach, and this is my main struggle (ok, bullshit, it’s ONE of my main struggles) and pet peeve. Then we’re told ‘find your ideal client’ and no longer do you have to do any fake feeling marketing, because you’re just connecting with people on the same wavelength as you…. um, I don’t know how much those people are charging their ideal clients that they meet in their daily lives, but it must be a shitload!! I’m 100% convinced mine are all over this planet, just like I am, for starters – so how do I find all of THOSE wonderful irrepressible individuals? Good question, right? Love your work Sally, thank you for all you do! XXX

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  9. Andrew says:

    Love this post! I just finished reading Start With Why, and this totally reminds me of the split that all organizations and people are faced with.

    You faced the split head on and navigated masterfully! Nicely done!

  10. Jan says:

    As you know, I co-own a marketing company. And I am tired. For the most part I get to focus on the side of the business that I enjoy doing, but when I get sucked into the marketing aspects it drains me. Focusing on an end goal instead of just being me takes all the fun out of it.

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