Nov 3, 2020
In this episode of Nonprofit Architect, Travis talks with Sonia Chavez, the founder of Looking2Leap LLC with a life mission to transform leadership and create spaces where those who have been forgotten can remember and reclaim themselves.
She is a veteran, an entrepreneur, a seasoned analyst, a leadership expert, an empath, and a certified life coach.
They discuss on those minute details that unknowingly become dangerous for your Nonprofit.
Starting from their own experience, they end up by giving some powerful tips to make your Nonprofit stand out.
Listen in now and be informed.
Takeaway #1 : Struggling to move your Non-profit forward?Join the Nonprofit Alliance, a mastermind group launched by Travis, where we talked with nonprofit leaders and branding experts on how to stand out among the crowd!
[02:45] An advice to those who are overwhelmed.
[07:36] How woman crush man in every category out there!
[12:14] What you can do for yourself?
[18:40] Are you taking the time to sit with yourself?
[21:26] Be who you are and take ownership of your life.
[26:05] You have the choice to respond!
[30:31] What are the benefits of Practicing Curiosity?
[33:35] Are you addicted to your own emotional drama?
[34:06] Go to the first episode of NonProfit Architect and read the PDF about Travis's life and his childhood.
[37:01] Gratitude is one of the most powerful thing that we have access to.
[40:01] What does it mean to have a personal belief system?
" Women have really powerful entrepreneurial skills."
"Women are always doing something for others."
"Don't believe everything you think."
"People tried to kill me" - Travis
Sonia Chavez is the founder of Looking2Leap LLC with a life mission to liberate youth and others from toxic generational patterns by remembering and reclaiming the powerful soul they are. She is a veteran, an entrepreneur, a seasoned analyst, a leadership expert, an empath, and a certified life coach. She grew up poor in money, rich in love, and with a shadow of family addiction that followed her everywhere. She spent her life running from shame, addicted to alcohol and achievement. No amount of numbing or success could fill her emptiness. With the support and guidance of key mentors, coaches, and leadership training, Sonia took a deep journey of self-healing and self-love. Through this work she was guided to her calling of creating safe spaces for deep souls to explore their beautiful mess and set themselves free! She is an experienced leader, trained facilitator, and fierce soul coach. Sonia is an advocate for at-risk youth, and underrepresented communities. She loves working with eager, dynamic youth and adults who are heavily focused on social justice and leadership within their communities. Sonia loves to spend her time reading, volunteering, outdoors, meeting interesting people, and anything that involves learning new complex ideas to make the world a happier place!