The Entrepreneur’s Ecosystem


New Paradigm vs. Old Paradigm with Sara Yamtich

Ep. 23

It’s no secret that there has been a massive shift in the way that humans work which has transformed the world. The old paradigm of working 9-5 in a hierarchical structure within a corporate organization continues to disappear while the new paradigm of autonomy, unlimited abundance, and higher consciousness continues to rise.

Today, we’re talking to Sara Yamtich, the CEO and founder of Conscious Conversion, a holistic multi-media marketing agency supporting soulful thought leaders and spiritual entrepreneurs. Sara’s work isn’t just about marketing strategy - with a Masters in Social Work, a life coaching certification, and extensive digital marketing experience, Sara takes client care to a whole new level. She focuses on helping clients reach the right audience, resonate deeply with them, and consciously convert customers so they can reach the most people in the right way.

Tune in and listen to episode 23 where Sara sits down with us today to talk about her journey to creating Conscious Conversion, what her struggles and hopes are with the new paradigm, her perspective on abundance, and a pivotal moment that transformed her mindset.

In This Episode, You Will Learn:

How Sara identifies her personality traits to her Enneagram number (4:45)

About Sara’s career background and what led her to creating Conscious Conversion (12:49)

Sara’s struggles and thoughts about the new paradigm versus old paradigm of working (18:17)

What Sara’s boundaries are with herself and the Universe (26:34)

Why Sara believes that economics don’t have to be a zero-sum game (41:39)

A pivotal moment that transformed Sara’s mindset (51:38)

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