WSWB: Evolution Incorporated Coaching & Consulting.

Hello World!  As you may or may not know I’m big on supporting women owned & run businesses, which is why I started Women Supporting Women in Business networking events a few years ago & now the WSWB section on the blog. If you have a product or service I can get behind, you best believe I am going to hype the s@#t out of your business because what we need more in this world is women who stand behind other women, who support their dreams & cover them in love. I can’t think of a better act of love than by sharing the gems I have found on the blog in hopes that you support these women warriors &  their amazing initiatives.

Today I am excited to share with you Evolution Incorporated Coaching & Consulting.   A few weeks ago I was invited to my first Colour Therapy session , you can read my full review here. Lynne Kock the powerhouse behind Evolution Inc is a Life Coach, Colour therapist, Wife, Mother & believer. Born & bred in sunny Cape Town, her love for people, creativity & enlightenment has led her down a very colourful path. Qualified as a Fashion Designer & Fashion buyer, she ventured out of corporate in 2016 to fulfill her dream of building her own legacy. Evolution Incorporated was borne of the realisation that she had more to offer the world & that she wanted to spend the rest of her life helping people discover their true potential while spreading love & light.

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Lynne Kock – Colour Therapist & Life Coach

Speaking to Lynne during my session felt like “home” she spoke my language, she made me feel comfortable & she made sense of what I was feeling but could never put into words. A long time ago I read something which has ever since stayed with me ” The more you speak about your burden , the more you give it away until eventually all you feel is light”. I felt light after my session but most importantly I felt love. Self love. Somewhere along the line I lost my love of self.  I left the session feeling content & connected with myself for the first time in three years. And that to me is something worth celebrating.

As always thank you for reading! And remember as Buddha said “You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe deserve your love and affection”.

WSWB-End Girl Hate

If there is anything that grabs my heart it’s when women stand up for each other, build each other up , support each other and love each other. Hello End Girl Hate. An empowering campaign started on social media and the baby of LeAnne Dlamini  singer, songwriter, mother, ,wife, entrepreneur and all round powerhouse. For our Women Supporting Women in Business (WSWB) feature this month I ask LeAnne to share with us her vision, success and passion for End Girl Hate The Sisterhood Movement.

“A single act of kindness throws out roots in all directions, and the roots spring up and make new trees.” -Amelia Earhart

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Image courtesy of all4women.co.za

 

Q:How did the End Girl Hate campaign come into being?

‘End Girl Hate was born through my passion & love for women & girls. I wanted to start encouraging women, empowering them & letting them know that it’s okay for us to support one another & do so freely! With no jealousy attached. And it all started on social media.’

Q: What is your purpose/vision/mission with this campaign?
‘I call End girl Hate The Sisterhood Movement, and my dream is for the movement to spread across our nation & beyond the shores of South Africa & Africa. I want women to have each others backs & feel the love & support from one another no matter who we are or where we are!’

Q: As a woman in business what do you attribute your success of this campaign too?
‘I really didn’t think it would get this big to be honest,but I think the world needs more love, kindness & compassion & that’s what I wanted every women & girl to feel that came into contact with me or EGH. I think the fact that there is no facade, I’m not hiding behind a mask but I truly practice what I preach in every post is what has made EGH such a success. People can see the real you & this is me.’

Q: Whilst discovering this beautiful campaign I also came across a fundraiser you hosted. 
‘I have only hosted 4 events, 3 of which were fully sponsored so I didn’t make a single cent,but the last one I hosted just about paid for all the costs I had to cover.
I have now started selling EGH merchandise & the proceeds of that go towards projects where I fund girls for matric dances & the latest sponsorship was for care packages, sanitary towels,toiletries etc for girls in Cape Town. We still have a long way to go but we’re getting there.’

As always thank you for reading!If you would like to get involved with this campaign you can follow End Girl Hate on Facebook or Instagram, where you can keep up to date with upcoming events and projects and lend a helping hand.