Photo by Michael Leviton
How did your entrepreneurial journey begin?
M: I wanted to return to what I had studied in college, sex and gender. When I learned about sex coaching and how it could transform people’s lives, I knew that was the career for me. It has been a long transition from being employed to being a full-on solopreneur, but it was totally worth it to be able to do what I love and set my own terms.
How do you stay focused & motivated without burning out?
M: Extreme self care. I sleep A LOT. I take baths like it’s a second job, and I invested in a couple home back massagers to help me destress. In addition, I meditate, do yoga and take walks in nature daily. I’ve had to learn to not over-schedule myself and take time off. When you work for yourself it’s easy to become over-committed. It’s okay if it happens from time to time, I balance it with rest and activities that replenish my energy.
Myisha wears our Double Soft Biker Shorts for her home yoga session
What challenges have you faced in entrepreneurship that you are grateful for? How did you overcome it?
M: The biggest challenge has been staying true to who I am as a person while growing a sex-focused business. It’s very difficult to market sex coaching services, folks don’t know exactly what it is and most platforms reject advertising that contains “sexual content”. It has forced me to have a lot of soul-searching conversations with myself, my partner and friends about what I have to do to reach my idea of success. Ultimately, I have just been me and the people who have been drawn to work with me have been absolutely amazing!
What’s been moving or inspiring you lately?
M: I’m constantly inspired by my community of women. So many of them have created businesses of their own or are creatives whose work challenges the status quo.
Myisha wears our black Wireless Triangle Bra & Seamless Brief for her routines.
What does feminine power mean to you?
M: Feminine power is power in the face of patriarchal structures. It’s challenging what is right or what is expected and becoming an example of what is possible.
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