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BIG Employee Spotlight

Ashley Fahey

Show and tell us about anything - anything in your life you love/find interesting/what's on your docket lately!

I am starting my own Integrated Life coaching business! This is something I have thought about for a long time and I am finally getting into action! I just finished Lightyear Coach Training with Susanne Conrad and Integrated Coach Training with Erin Anderson. I am taking on 1:1 clients and am stepping into this new, unknown, and exciting (aka super scary leap of faith) phase of my life! I am excited to help people claim their power and really know that they have all the answers they need! So please send all positive points and positive vibes my way! Thanks BIG Team for always supporting me in my goals!

Your book/show recommendation

So many! For shows, I just watched a documentary called "This is a Robbery" on Netflix - if you like art (or mysteries) it is interesting and takes place in Boston, MA (hometown plug). I also really enjoyed the "Queen's Gambit" on Netflix - for your period drama fix. And for guilty pleasure, take it back to the 80's with the Netflix show "Cobra Kai" - if you are into the Karate Kid (or not) it is so cheesy and so good! 


For books, I always recommend "You are a Badass" and "You are a Badass at Making Money" by Jen Sincero. THE BEST. I recently finished "It's About Damn Time" by Arlan Hamilton - highly recommend. I am also re-reading "The War of Art" by Steven Pressfield (thanks for the intro TEP). For fiction, "Little Fires Everywhere" by Celeste Ng and "The Silent Patient" by Alex Michaelides are recent reads that are thriller-esque and page-turning.

Any advice based on your job or living of life outside of practicing/teaching yoga?
I recently gave notice at my day-job and I am really living into the concept of "no risk, no magic" right now! If there is something you have been wanting to do, big or small, why not take the risk and see what magic follows? Even if it is messy and the results are not what were expected, I believe there is still magic in that experience too :)