Creating Sustainable Change

Creating Sustainable Change

I’m so happy to share with you the third episode of The Flourish Formula podcast. In it, I interview Xiomara Diaz, the innovative leader behind UPNicaragua, a mentorship program for girls at risk of trafficking in Granada, Nicaragua, and one of the beneficiaries of the proceeds of The Flourish Formula (Now available in PRINT.) In today’s podcast, we talk frankly about the heartbreak and challenges of the situation in Nicaragua, plus the inspiring project she has created to holistically mentor girls and an exploration of social enterprise as one vehicle to change the world for the better. I know you will find Xiomara as inspiring as I do!

You can listen to the podcast here. 

{And read the notes from our talk below.}

Warmly, Courtney

Meet Xiomara, the founder of UPNicaragua, The Garden Cafe, and A Thousand Cranes!

 

Flourishing is not a solitary sport
– Courtney Pinkerton

 

What is currently happening in Nicaragua?

Xiomara: On April 18, 2018 the current Nicaraguan government tried to enforce a reform that would greatly impact retirees and employers offering retirement benefits — there was a response by citizen groups across the country so the government responded with repression and several days later a protester died. Since then more than 300 people have died, 1000+ have been injured, 150 are missing; essentially chaos has ensued throughout the country. While it started out as being about the reform, after several days of protests the government stopped the reform, but at that point, several people had been killed, human rights were violated and the Nicaraguans were realizing how much they’d lost over the last 11 years under the current regime. They realized they didn’t live in a democracy that they thought they did.

Courtney: The majority of the protesters were students, and it was amazing to see them standing up for their rights and speaking out about the injustices in such articulate and eloquent ways. To watch those who initiated the awareness stand up to power and to speak so articulately these common human desires has been one of the most moving and courageous examples of the human spirit. To see them be able to mold and shape the policies that govern their society is truly moving.

 

What is UPNicaragua?

UPNicaragua is a non-profit social enterprise focused on the empowerment of young girls in Granada, Nicaragua. Since 2015, we have been creating long-term education and mentorship opportunities for girls in our community. UPN invests in Nicaraguan girls who are talented and have leadership potential but lack access to resources, opportunities, and a strong community. All education opportunities are generated through the sales of our handmade products. 100% of profits are invested in supplementary school programs and scholarships.

Xiomara: Education is the single most important thing for the development and sustainability of a democracy. Being an entrepreneur in a tourist destination I worked to fight against sexual exploitation in Granada and in that process I came close to girls who’d been highly exposed to that world—some had been at high-risk for exploitation and others who’d already been trafficked. I began to analyze how they came to be in those situations and it came down to the conclusion that they had a lack of access to not only education but a strong community and strong role models. They were disconnected and part of a cycle that was really hard to break if you’re not exposed to anything other than that world.

I started a campaign in 2011 to bring awareness, and then in 2014 decided to do more and started to provide an educational opportunity that could not only help girls in that process but prevent them from happening in the first place. That’s when I started working with mentors and mobile programs to create UPN. We opened the opportunity to those girls for scholarships and community to those who were in the entrepreneurial community and were citizens that were doing good in the community.

We invest long-term in every girl, the scholarships come with daily tutoring, companionship, helping them adjust in their new school, and the processes that they go through as they improve and become more aware of their own personal battles.

Courtney: There is such an artful design in creating this social entrepreneurship model and the type of support you offer these girls. Both in the sustainability of Nicaragua but also in the incredible care with which you see and respond to each of these young women which you see as individuals and offering interventions and supports that are designed to help them flourish. To not only offer skills to them but also emotional support, it feels so holistic. Was that because of conversations with other leaders you worked with or where’d it come from?

Xiomara: That definitely came through programs I’ve gone through, mentors and education I’ve had. The educational aspect is only a piece of it, the emotional part is more delicate and subtle and is something we could miss. The emotional part came through listening, we started really small and through that process, I was with the girls every day for hours listening to them trying to figure out what I could do for them. It was a natural unfolding answer because what you want for them ultimately is to flourish in life. It’s not necessarily a path, and I was listening to them I knew that helping them get there wouldn’t be solved with just a check.

We have to do a lot more for the girls. Being a social enterprise, being a sustainable program that was able to generate its own funds took the pressure off having to view the results in a certain way and certain time. My only agenda is how to really make these girls succeed, really flourish in life, how to stick to the program and that they’re happier people and can influence their community. We have a plan but we’re flexible when we need to be.

Courtney: When people ask me about the main outcome of the Flourish Formula Coaching Program I say resilience; it’s a combo of strength and flexibility which is what I can see happening with what you’re doing in UPN. Given all the challenges they’re facing and will face, how can you build up something deeply strong inside them and the capacity to grow.

 

What’s a Social Enterprise?

Courtney: Let’s dive into social enterprises—what exactly is it, and can you unpack how you’ve gotten your funding for UPNicaragua? How you’re earning the income that supports the program which then supports the girls.

Xiomara: When I had the idea for the program, I said ‘I don’t have the fund but I do know how to do this, this’, and this because I’d been an entrepreneur for a while. Back in 2007 we started the Garden Cafe and were thankfully successful with that, so I asked myself if I can start a business that generates revenue to support it, why can’t I do the same thing to support a cause that is close to my heart? I looked at what I’m good at, what I tools and entry points I had as an entrepreneur and came up with a business model for designing and working with women artisans who’d then sell those products to the tourism industry.

We started small designing simple bracelets and sold them in various tourist cities in Nicaragua. We started small and only grew as our social enterprise grew. It’s still a process and we’re still figuring out how to make it grow and diversify. Right now it’s getting difficult to do that because of the political unrest which is when the tourism market crashed and we’re right now having to figure out how to iterate and find new markets for our product. We’ve started moving into more than just bracelets and it’s such a joy to that 100% of the profits support this and that we can not only do that but also hire women and create jobs for them. Business for good makes a lot of sense.

Courtney: I started out in a nonprofit but I was really interested in social entrepreneurialism. So once I started Bird in Hand Coaching, I wanted to be a socially conscious business owner, and at every turn and opportunity I had to redirect attention to a social cause. It links head and heart.

A lot of listeners may be at the point where they’re thinking how can you both take care of yourself, your family and do good in the world and not lose yourself in the process, so I think this is a really great example of how you can do that.

I also just wanted to say that The Garden Cafe is where I hosted my book launch when I had a Flourish Live Retreat in Granada, it’s my children’s favorite restaurant and the first one we came to when we moved to Granada. So while there are so many layers of connection we have and unfortunately didn’t have a chance to cross paths with Xiomara while we lived there I’m so happy to be able to have her on this podcast.

Xiomara: In this time for me while I’m undergoing hard times because of the trouble in Nicaragua it’s been amazing that despite all of it I feel really rooted and think that has a lot to do with being very connected to my driving force and the purpose I feel in life. It’s really hard to despair when you’re connected to your driving force.
Invest in finding what your driving force is in your life. That will help you be deeply rooted and make it hard to despair in hard times.

 

Just a reminder the Flourish Formula book is now available in print! Did we mention that UPNicaragua is one of the beneficiaries of the proceeds of The Flourish Formula book? Grab your copy here!

Courtney Pinkerton, M.Div & M.PP, is a holistic life coach and the founder of Bird in Hand Coaching. She holds dual master's degrees from Harvard Divinity School and Harvard Kennedy School and is the author of The Flourish Formula: An Overachiever's Guide to Slowing Down and Accomplishing More and creator of the 8-Step Flourish Coaching Program. Courtney helps busy women unlock their greatest gifts and thrive in their personal lives. In the summer of 2017 she followed a long time dream and moved to Nicaragua with her husband Richard Amory (they met in Nicaragua in the Peace Corps) and their three children where together they are exploring volcanic islands, colonial cities and beaches. They have made their home in Granada where they are being tutored by their neighbors in the art of slowing down and living more. Interested to learn more? Each month Courtney offers a handful of complimentary Flourish Assessment Calls for new or potential clients. You can schedule one here.

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Working With Your Husband

Working With Your Husband

Happy Friday!

I’m so happy to share with you the second episode of The Flourish Formula podcast! In it, I interview my husband, Richard Amory, and together we provide you with the behind-the-scenes experience of taking the book from a spark on a rooftop in Mexico on my 40th birthday to a print copy you can hold in your hands eighteen months and two international moves later.

You can listen to the podcast here. 

{And read the notes from our talk below.}

If you are nurturing a book dream of your own or are curious about what it is REALLY like to work with your husband on a big creative project — this is for you!

Warmly, Courtney

Quick update on the publication: Thank you for your patience. I was planning on publishing at the end of June but have taken a few extra days to finalize our donations to Nicaragua.

** We are giving 50% of the proceeds of the print version of the Flourish Formula to Nicaraguan nonprofits. **

Please help me spread the word and stay tuned for special podcasts and FB lives next week as we launch the print version together! XO

Here is a quick guide to the questions I ask Rich in this episode of The Flourish Formula Podcast:

“You have been there from the beginning as an encourager and then when we moved to Nicaragua your involvement shifted to be much more hands on as editor and really co-project manager. I know we are both almost SICK of this whole process because we have been so down in the weeds so I wanted to invite you to take a moment to reflect over the whole arc of it.

What have you learned through this process that has been meaningful to you personally?

Did anything surprise you?

What is your favorite part of the book?

Why did you want to write a forward for the print copy? Any other features or updates of this version you are particularly proud of?

If you could offer three tips to someone wanting to do something similar (things you feel you learned the hard way) what would they be?

Our life has changed a lot in ways we couldn’t have expected during the writing and publishing first of the ebook and now the print copy — i’d love to hear your sense of the relationship between the book and our “real life” — you have a line in the intro about it daring us to take our dreams seriously. Could you elaborate on that?

We are donating 50% of proceeds to nica nonprofits. What do you see as the relationship between the Flourish Formula and Nicaragua? What does it mean to you to donate the proceeds in this way?

I know you are not as into celebrating as me – but I couldn’t have done it, not this way anyway as a true family/internal process without you. We went out and had a luscious farm to table meal to celebrate the completion of the transcript a year ago, so I am wondering — Is there any way you could imagine authentically celebrating the print book?”

Courtney Pinkerton, M.Div & M.PP, is a holistic life coach and the founder of Bird in Hand Coaching. She holds dual master's degrees from Harvard Divinity School and Harvard Kennedy School and is the author of The Flourish Formula: An Overachiever's Guide to Slowing Down and Accomplishing More and creator of the 8-Step Flourish Coaching Program. Courtney helps busy women unlock their greatest gifts and thrive in their personal lives. In the summer of 2017 she followed a long time dream and moved to Nicaragua with her husband Richard Amory (they met in Nicaragua in the Peace Corps) and their three children where together they are exploring volcanic islands, colonial cities and beaches. They have made their home in Granada where they are being tutored by their neighbors in the art of slowing down and living more. Interested to learn more? Each month Courtney offers a handful of complimentary Flourish Assessment Calls for new or potential clients. You can schedule one here.

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Not Enough Time?

Not Enough Time?

This week I’ve been thinking a lot about you. Specifically I’ve been thinking about all the feedback I got when I asked what are the three things which trouble you the most everyday. You won’t be surprised to hear the answers are:

1) Not Enough Time
2) Inner Static/Criticism/Self-Doubt
3) Work Pain 

And what about the girls in our lives who look up to us to see how to become women? It turns out they they are struggling in similar ways.

In fact Simone Marean, co-founder and executive director of Girls Leadership, a national nonprofit serving girls in grades K-12 put it this way in a recent interview:

“Its true that girls are doing great on paper,” (getting graduate degrees at high numbers and enjoying more role models in every field than ever before)

“but when we look at what we call the ‘internal resume’ we don’t see the same success story. In fact though girls academic achievement has risen to the point that they now consistently outperform boys, their rates of stress, anxiety and depression have risen as well.”

So if you are feeling you are are doing everything possible to achieve all that you can but your not actually enjoying it as much as you would like, you are not alone.

Apparently this “wellness gap” As Marean describes it, is what we all need to focus on for our girls and for ourselves.

I don’t know about you but I’m looking around our country and our planet and I’m thinking we need more of women’s voicesalive and vibrant (not harried, overtaxed and exhausted).

So we can contribute to the discussions that matter.

One of my all time favorite quotes is from the Dalai Lama who said that Western women will save the world. 

I don’t think he means it as further pressure.

The key is women being women AND using our power fully.

So often we trade out our messy, emotive, juicy core to get to the finish line.

We close down the heart and thicken our skin because it seems that is what is required of us.

We try really freaking hard at work and at home for a gold star that doesn’t seem to come. Or worse when it does it feels less than satisfying, like a sense of “isn’t there more to life than this?”

So if you are ready to put up your hand and say “basta” or “enough” to racing through your life.

to feeling depleted.

to feeling like you don’t get to the things which are most precious to you and you don’t know why.

And to feeling overwhelmed by the suffering at the border and in so many corners of our globe.

I hope you will join me for a free video class I am hosting tomorrow (Saturday June 30th) at 12PM ,Eastern/9AM Pacific called

How to Flourish and Find Freedom from Self-Criticism and a Never Ending To-Do List

I’ll be unpacking these themes and offering you the best mindset shifts I’ve got for flourishing, on your terms.

Watch the REPLAY HERE (for a limited time)

** I’ve gotten some questions about whether it will be recorded and the short answer is yes it will! so go ahead and register even if you cant make it live and the replay will be available for a limited time. **

xo Courtney

PS I have some fun surprises for you and new content in this free class as well as bonuses for those of you who join it live. I hope you will share this invite with a friend and watch the replay here.

Courtney Pinkerton, M.Div & M.PP, is a holistic life coach and the founder of Bird in Hand Coaching. She holds dual master's degrees from Harvard Divinity School and Harvard Kennedy School and is the author of The Flourish Formula: An Overachiever's Guide to Slowing Down and Accomplishing More and creator of the 8-Step Flourish Coaching Program. Courtney helps busy women unlock their greatest gifts and thrive in their personal lives. In the summer of 2017 she followed a long time dream and moved to Nicaragua with her husband Richard Amory (they met in Nicaragua in the Peace Corps) and their three children where together they are exploring volcanic islands, colonial cities and beaches. They have made their home in Granada where they are being tutored by their neighbors in the art of slowing down and living more. Interested to learn more? Each month Courtney offers a handful of complimentary Flourish Assessment Calls for new or potential clients. You can schedule one here.

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You Are Not Alone

You Are Not Alone

I was blown away this week by the responses of women to my question about the top 3 struggles that you experience on a daily basis and wish you didn’t.

First of all I need to let you know — whether you answered that question to me via email or are answering it in your head right now: 

YOU ARE NOT ALONE

Feeling some self-doubt or the need for approval? Not Alone.

Struggling to get it all done? Or like you barely have the time to read this whole email much less tackle THE LIST? 

Girl, you are definitely NOT ALONE on that one.

Dissatisfied or frustrated in your work or that you don’t have your dream job? NOT ALONE.

Feeling like you are too smart, have way too many credentials (or are too old) to still be hounded by insecurities and inner static? NOT ALONE.

Guilty about missing that workout? Or guilty about not being with your kids? Or not getting enough done at work? SO NOT ALONE

Feeling overwhelmed by the freaking intensity of seeing children separated from their parents at the border and swinging wide between pissed off and a big emotional heap? 

Oh, my friend. NOT ALONE

Which is why I am super excited to tell you about my upcoming Free Video Class.

How to Flourish and Find Freedom from Self-Criticism and a Never Ending To-Do List (at work AND home).

Saturday June 30th at, 12PM Eastern/11AM Central/9 AM Pacific

You are Not CRAZY, you are just growing!

In fact if we could somehow convert the INCREDIBLE amount of inner criticism, self-doubt, and guilt women feel into electricity – that would be it for fossil fuels.

We could light up the planet if we could only redirect the inner critique and static.

And I think we can. 

So lets clear house.

Lets tell some BIG truth.

Let’s kick to the curb some of those internalized voices from our status-obsessed culture to create a life that YOU love.

*the irony being that doing this is also going to free your most potent contributions in your work, creativity, and relationships.

REGISTER NOW (go ahead and do it before you forget)

and enjoy this weekend a bit lighter.

And the next time you find yourself overwhelmed or worse yet judging yourself for not having it all together — remember you are not alone. And not only are you not alone, you were made to flourish. 

#flourishsummer 

xxo Courtney

Are we connected yet on Facebook or Instagram? I love to share unscripted videos like this one, inspiring quotes and photos of everyday beauty and I’d love to connect with you! xo Courtney

Last week I launched my podcast! You can listen to the first episode here which is about the one question you can ask to pop out of overwhelm. I also share the behind the scenes details of our family transition from Nicaragua to North Carolina for the summer.

And am excited to share with you that I am going to be donating 50 percent of the proceeds from the PRINT version of The Flourish Formula to Nicaraguan nonprofits! More soon. Coming out THIS MONTH, just in time for summer reading! Stay tuned.

Courtney Pinkerton, M.Div & M.PP, is a holistic life coach and the founder of Bird in Hand Coaching. She holds dual master's degrees from Harvard Divinity School and Harvard Kennedy School and is the author of The Flourish Formula: An Overachiever's Guide to Slowing Down and Accomplishing More and creator of the 8-Step Flourish Coaching Program. Courtney helps busy women unlock their greatest gifts and thrive in their personal lives. In the summer of 2017 she followed a long time dream and moved to Nicaragua with her husband Richard Amory (they met in Nicaragua in the Peace Corps) and their three children where together they are exploring volcanic islands, colonial cities and beaches. They have made their home in Granada where they are being tutored by their neighbors in the art of slowing down and living more. Interested to learn more? Each month Courtney offers a handful of complimentary Flourish Assessment Calls for new or potential clients. You can schedule one here.

Want to get the latest from Courtney?

Sign up here and receive THE ENTIRE MANUSCRIPT of her brand new book The Flourish Formula... Which when it was released earned Amazon best-seller status in Meditation, Time-Management and Life Skills!!

First Podcast Episode of The Flourish Formula! + One Magic Question for When You Feel Overwhelmed

First Podcast Episode of The Flourish Formula! + One Magic Question for When You Feel Overwhelmed

Happy Friday!

Today is the launch of my podcast The Flourish Formula with Courtney Pinkerton. I have been working behind the scenes to create this content for you to correspond with the release of The Flourish Formula PRINT version this summer!

You all are the FIRST to receive episode one, which is about the one question you can ask to pop you out of overwhelm.

So if you are going through a big transition, or are feeling trapped and resentful and secretly craving some changes, this one is for you!

You can listen to the first episode here. I also share the behind the scenes details of our family transition from Nicaragua to North Carolina for the summer. (Not a podcast person? You can read the full notes for this episode below in blog form.)

And am excited to share with you that I am going to be donating 50 percent of the proceeds from the print version of The Flourish Formula to a Nicaraguan nonprofit!

Stay tuned for more details on the book and related podcast episodes plus some special content I’m creating for you this summer – a brand new free class and some fresh coaching options including more affordable DIY digital content. 

Warmly, Courtney

When I am feeling overwhelmed, or I don’t know what I am doing (or should do) or like I am trying to force my way forward into a solution, there is one magic question I ask:

What DO I know (about this situation)?

I’ve never been in such an open-ended moment in my life, or certainly not in my life as a mom, as I am right now. Just a little bit of context. Until recently we lived in Nicaragua. Not quite a month ago we left Nicaragua due to the dramatic political and social change movement and state repression). First, we waited and watched in Costa Rica and then last week we said yes to a generous offer from my husband’s sister and her husband to come spend the summer with them in their beautiful home, which is an eco-lodge in the mountains of North Carolina.

Where we head next I honestly do not know. We had planned to spend two years in Nicaragua as a global adventure and immersion in Spanish. We sold our mid-century ranch house in Dallas and all of our furniture and belongings, except for the few boxes in my sister’s attic, and left with our three children and a suitcase and backpack each.

And we had so much fun in Nicaragua this past year visiting volcanoes and beaches and my children learning Spanish and visiting old friends in the mountains from Peace Corps days and finding new friends, both expats and Nicas, in the beautiful colonial town of Granada.

It is such a magic place each afternoon all I had to do was go for a walk and it would reset me: the rocking chairs on porches, the volcano Mombacho in the distance, the shores of lake Cocibolca, the collection of adobe-style homes each painted its own jewel color.

So in short I was really enjoying it. I wasn’t ready to go and certainly not so suddenly.

And WAY beyond the disturbance in our own family’s plan has been the experience of bearing witness to the Nicaraguan people, led by young people and students, as they risk their lives claiming the right to free expression. I honestly can’t talk about how much this has moved me. It is too hot – too potent. It is the feeling of being a witness to history. But I continue to watch and breathe and hope.

And am excited to share with you that I am going to be donating 50% of the proceeds from the print version of The Flourish Formula to a Nicaraguan nonprofit.

To ride all these waves of change I have been leaning heavily on the tools and techniques I teach in The Flourish Formula. As they say – we teach what we need to learn. And it has helped me get SUPER clear on what is needed to survive and thrive even under times of big change or uncertainty.

Asking this question, “What do I know?” helps us make the first pivotal step in the Flourishing journey. 

Turning away from the external to tune in to our own wisdom.

This isn’t just a cliche. It is actually the way to live your own beautiful life fully. Setting some boundaries so that everyone’s ideas for your life don’t fill your head and heart with static.

When I do this exercise right now, here is what comes forward for me:

I know that I am held in a great mystery.

I know that to quote Martin Luther King “The arc of the universe is long, but it bends toward justice.”

I know that my children are healthy and buoyant and an inspiration to me.

I know that my husband loves me. That good friends and family surround me.

I know that I love my work and it again and again invites me to grow beyond the box I thought I was in.

I know that I love my coaching clients and am so inspired by their courage and commitment to their growth.

I know that that the Nicaraguan people are strong and creative and resilient. As are we all.

How can you create under circumstances of big change? Big change is your ally in burning off non-essentials. If you don’t have a lot of extra energy but want to attend to what is most essential and important, here is the key:

LET GO OF NEEDING TO LOOK LIKE YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING.

In fact, don’t worry about looking any way at all: successful, together, a good parent or partner or impressive change-the-world agent.

Remember, what anyone thinks about your life is actually none of your business.

Rather than using all your energy to try to force your way forward chasing what you want, focus on what you DO know and let that be the foundation for your authentic life.

For example, maybe you know that you can always count on yourself to keep learning, regardless of the circumstances.

Maybe you know that you come alive when you do yoga, or eat kale, or pet your cat.

Maybe you know how good it feels to come home from a big walk – all sweaty and heart-pumping. And to sip a cool glass of water with basil.

Maybe you know that you are a writer. Or a quilter. Or a teacher. Or a creator of any stripe.

Maybe you know how to save well or earn well or donate well. Or all three. 

Maybe you know how to make a mean mojito. Or open a bottle of wine with a flair. Or brew a delicious kombucha.

Maybe you know how to ask for and graciously receive help.

Maybe you know how to breathe in a summer sunset.

Or welcome a squishy hug from your child. 

If you really knew what you knew – how much better would that feel inside?

So the next time you feel trapped in any situation, or full of uncertainty or self-doubt, ask yourself “What DO I know?

And trust that it is more than enough.

Love and all the good,

Courtney

Did you skip to the end?  Here is the scoop. In addition to the PRINT launch of The Flourish Formula this summer (and this companion podcast) you can expect a new free master class at the end of June and fresh coaching options including some more affordable DIY digital content!

Courtney Pinkerton, M.Div & M.PP, is a holistic life coach and the founder of Bird in Hand Coaching. She holds dual master's degrees from Harvard Divinity School and Harvard Kennedy School and is the author of The Flourish Formula: An Overachiever's Guide to Slowing Down and Accomplishing More and creator of the 8-Step Flourish Coaching Program. Courtney helps busy women unlock their greatest gifts and thrive in their personal lives. In the summer of 2017 she followed a long time dream and moved to Nicaragua with her husband Richard Amory (they met in Nicaragua in the Peace Corps) and their three children where together they are exploring volcanic islands, colonial cities and beaches. They have made their home in Granada where they are being tutored by their neighbors in the art of slowing down and living more. Interested to learn more? Each month Courtney offers a handful of complimentary Flourish Assessment Calls for new or potential clients. You can schedule one here.

Want to get the latest from Courtney?

Sign up here and receive THE ENTIRE MANUSCRIPT of her brand new book The Flourish Formula... Which when it was released earned Amazon best-seller status in Meditation, Time-Management and Life Skills!!