Offline, The Podcast: Honest Conversations About True Self & Conscious Success
A new kind of professional development.
Enrolments to join us for our next three months inside Off— are now open. Off— is a conscious professional development space that exists to help you live out a professional reality that feels nourishing, sustainable, purposeful and true.
You deserve this. We all do.
Our work isn’t supposed to leave us feeling burnt out, disappointed or hopeless. What we do for a living should be a productive outlet for our fulfillment, not the source of our fulfillment itself.
This is one of the biggest lessons I teach inside this expanding professional development container — how to create space between who you are and what you do, and how serving from that place will evolve and elevate your definition of success.
Three months of conscious professional development and community. You set the pace. Everything is recorded.
Off— is professional development like you’ve never experienced it before. No more hustling. No more grinding. Just simply arriving at your highest professional expression.
Enrolments for our August, September, October intake are open until midnight on Friday, July 29. I hope you say yes.
Explore or enrol here: www.getoffline.co/off
The title of this episode is a small part of the moving testimonial Melissa sent me after her first three months inside our space.
More from Melissa:
“If you feel that the structures and systems we've learned to subscribe to don't support the truest version of yourself and you're looking to consciously expand your career then I encourage you to become a co-creator inside Off— with us.
"It's part learning, part mentorship, part brainstorming, sharing and exploring but at its essence Off— is a community. The energy inside this space is beautiful and you will feel held. When you're having one of those days and a voice memo from Alison drops in, it is the perfect reminder to take a breath and recognise that you know how to align your profession with your essence.
“When I first logged into the space and started to explore, The Greatest Showman was on TV. The song 'This Is Me' has special meaning. Jeannie Bourke sent it to me after a treatment at a time when I was really struggling at work. It almost felt like a little sign that Off— was exactly where I was meant to be, knowing that without her as your first guest on the podcast I might not have found Offline and all the things since.
“I listened to it again today and the words made me think a lot about what I wanted to say as part of my testimonial but especially this:
‘I know that there's a place for us, for we are glorious.’” — Melissa
Alison Rice acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the country on which she creates today, the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. She pays her respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.