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Hey, I’m Shelsey, and I help female online entrepreneurs clear the mindset gremlins that are sabotaging you from the inner corners of your brain. Join me in the Left-Brained Hippies Facebook community!

When the Fear of Failure Gets a Little Too Real

By Shelsey Jarvis

When the Fear of Failure Gets a Little Too Real - Strategies to overcome the mindset gremlins that are keeping you from playing big | Left-Brained Hippie

​Note: This is a transcription of the Hippie Friday Lunch Chat from March 31st, 2017.  Watch it by clicking on the image below (if you’re not already a member in the Left-Brained Hippies group, you’ll have to request to join.  No worries, it’ll be approved shortly.) Hello, hello, hippies. Welcome to this episode of the […]

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Life Lessons from a Scratch Ticket

By Shelsey Jarvis

Life Lessons from a Scratch Ticket | Left-Brained Hippie

In Montreal where I live, people LIVE for their lottery and scratch tickets. At any given time at any given “depanneur” (known as a convenience store to the rest of the world), you’ll almost inevitably be in line behind someone buying an assortment of tickets, hoping that this week will be their last in the […]

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Why Meditation is an Income-Producing Activity

By Shelsey Jarvis

Why Meditation is an Income-Producing Activity - How regular meditation helped me reach 5-figure months in my business | Left-Brained Hippie

Most people think of meditation as some weird, new-age hippie thing where we sit in lotus pose out in nature for hours in complete silence, contemplating great spiritual concepts and chanting mantras.While I don’t have anything against any of that, it paints a rather intimidating and unattainable picture for the average jane. No doubt you’ve […]

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Why Money Won’t Cure Your Money Problems

By Shelsey Jarvis

It happens at least a few times a week–I’ll go to the convenience store to buy milk or something, and when I go to pay, I’m waiting for 5 minutes behind someone who’s buying a pile of lottery and scratch tickets (I think it’s a Quebec thing–I never noticed it as much anywhere else!). Another […]

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