Clarifying Your Ideas Worth Sharing with Dolores Hirschmann

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Earlier this year, I felt called to pivot my business.

I still wanted to work with soul-guided entrepreneurs, but I got called to also be a spiritual mentor and teach lightworkers how to connect to and co-create with the spiritual realm.

So I spent a lot of time answering the question: “What results will this connection to the spiritual realm get my clients?”

And the number one answer I kept receiving in response was: CLARITY. 💫

When you’re clear on your soul mission, your unique genius, your wounds, your highest dreams and intentions, that’s when you manifest your dreams and make the big impact you’re destined to make. 🙌

With clarity, you can put real energy behind your intentions so the Universe can step up and help you realize your highest dreams.

But getting clarity is a journey. It doesn’t come overnight. And we can all spend years of our life feeling lost in the fog. And few things feel worse!

So to help us explore clarity and how we can get clear on our big ideas, I am joined by the fabulous Dolores Hirschmann for this week’s episode of Soul Guide Radio.

Dolores is an internationally recognized strategist, coach, speaker, and founder of Masters in Clarity, a strategy and coach that helps clients clarify their message and implement virtual business growth systems. In short, she is a true master in clarity. 💫

I love being in Dolores’ energy so much and I know that you will benefit greatly from her energy and her insight on clarity.

▶️  PRESS PLAY on this episode: Clarifying Your Ideas Worth Sharing with Dolores Hirschmann to learn how to clarify your next big idea to share it in a way that leads to income, abundance, and real results in your life and business. 💖

Guest Bio:
Dolores Hirschmann is an internationally recognized strategist, coach, speaker, and founder of Masters in Clarity, a strategy and coaching company that helps clients clarify their message and implement virtual business growth systems. Dolores has been a remote employee and virtual business owner for over 20 years. As a former TEDx organizer, Dolores understands how to help experts, authors, consultants, coaches, doctors and other service business owners position themselves as thought leaders in their field and scale their business.

In this episode, Dolores and I explore:

  • How to make sense of chaos, and turn that chaos into a clear and powerful life and business strategy
  • The important steps to getting clear on your ideas
  • The secret to knowing when your ideas are ready to be shared


  • Listen to Allyson’s guest episode on Masters in Clarity Podcast HERE

Dolores’s Resources:

  • Visit Dolores’s website HERE
  • Follow Dolores on Facebook HERE
  • Follow Dolores on LinkedIn HERE

Allyson’s Resources: 

This Week’s Invitation:

Find your succinctness and clarity within. Whatever you want to bring into the world, tell it to your 10 year old, internal version of yourself.

[00:00:00] Allyson Scammell: Hey, ho Dear Ones. What is happening in your world? I hope it is so great. I am in the final day of preparing for my big trip to Morocco. I head to Morocco tomorrow on a retreat and I was just interviewing someone else for the podcast and she said, oh, what’s the purpose of the retreat? And I was like, to be honest, I don’t really know, I’m going as a student and it’s, Susan Hyatt is leading the retreat and you know, she doesn’t really reveal a lot of stuff about her retreats, and she likes it to be a surprise.

[00:00:44] Allyson Scammell: And I just got such a heart yes to go that, and this is just how I work. I’m a splenic projector. I get the hits in the moment, and I just trust those hits and I don’t a ton of research and I don’t do a ton of analysis on the hits. I just, I got the hit that I should sign up for this retreat in Morocco. I did, and I don’t know if there is a theme.

[00:01:14] Allyson Scammell: And I love this. I am a bit of a type A person at times where I like to have it all figured out, and how can I maximize the results out of this experience? And I can try to over-engineer things and I’m so proud of myself that I’m not doing that for this trip. I am so open to the unfolding of my experience.

[00:01:39] Allyson Scammell: I hand it over to the divine to tell me and show me what the retreat will be about for me, and Morocco has been on my bucket list forever, and I am so excited. And to be honest, it’s a good lead up to today’s topic, which is all about clarity. And the thing about clarity is we will always receive the clarity we need in the moment we need it.

[00:02:10] Allyson Scammell: And not a moment before that. And that can be frustrating cause we wanna know now. But there really is a divine timing to it. There’s a flow, and when you relax into that, there’s a relief, there’s a joy, there’s an awe and a falling in love with the present moment. And that in this moment, you know, and have all the clarity that you need.

[00:02:38] Allyson Scammell: And I have a beautiful guest for you today, a real expert, a real master, if you will, on clarity. It’s Dolores Hirschmann and she is a joy and she and I just have a nice bond. I really love being in her energy so much. I was lucky enough to be on her podcast a few weeks ago and we had, we’ve had such an amazing time connecting.

[00:03:05] Allyson Scammell: So, let’s get to it. In today’s episode, Dolores reveals how to make sense of chaos and then turn that chaos into a clear and powerful life and business strategy. The important steps to getting clear on your ideas and the secret to knowing when your ideas are ready to be shared. We’ll end on an invitation that will have you clarifying your next big idea

[00:03:29] Allyson Scammell: we’re sharing in a way that leads to income, abundance, and real results in your life and business. So please stay with us until the end. Welcome to Soul Guide Radio, a podcast for soul guided leaders, influencers, and entrepreneurs here to bring about change on a massive level. We’ll explore how you can activate your big soul mission,

[00:03:56] Allyson Scammell: amplify your spiritual gifts and clear the energy blocks weighing you down so you can gain unstoppable momentum in life and business. I’m Allyson Scammell your host and soul guide.

[00:04:13] Allyson Scammell: Well, hey, there’s Soul Guide Circle that is the name of this community of soul guided leaders, influencers, and entrepreneurs. In the Soul Guide circle, we have big soul missions, and we yearn to earn more, serve more, and grow spiritually along the way. If you aren’t already a member, then from my heart, I invite you to join our Facebook group of over 2100 leaders and light workers who are in service to each other and the planet.

[00:04:39] Allyson Scammell: Find a link to join on my website, or in the show notes. Today’s guest is Dolores Hirschmann and we’re talking about how to clarify your ideas worth sharing. Dolores is an internationally recognized strategist, coach, speaker, and founder of Masters in Clarity, a strategy and coaching company that helps clients clarify their message and implement virtual business growth systems.

[00:05:09] Allyson Scammell: Dolores has been a remote employee and virtual business owner for over 20 years. As a former TEDx organizer, Dolores understands how to help experts, authors, consultants, coaches, doctors and other service business owners position themselves as thought leaders in their field and scale their business. I absolutely loved Dolores’s take on clarity.

[00:05:33] Allyson Scammell: She uses beautiful metaphor and has a wonderful way to bring things to life. Please enjoy.

[00:05:49] Allyson Scammell: Dolores, welcome to Soul Guide Radio.

[00:05:52] Dolores Hirschmann: Thank you Miss Allyson I’m so

[00:05:54] Allyson Scammell: excited to be here. I am excited to be here with you because you’re amazing and I had the opportunity to be on your podcast and we will leave, we’ll link that episode as well in the show notes cause you have an amazing podcast as well. And I wanted to share with you something briefly before we kick off a conversation about clarity, which I think is like, I just feel like it’s the coin of the room.

[00:06:21] Allyson Scammell: And I got called early this year to really pivot away from solely helping entrepreneurs grow a prosperous business to more of a spiritual calling, where I’m helping people to connect deeper to the spiritual realm so they can connect to and co-create with the spiritual realm. And I did a lot of thinking about like why people wanna do that.

[00:06:46] Allyson Scammell: Like why should we care? What’s in it for them? What’s in it for my listeners for doing this? What results could come by their way? And I kept coming back to Clarity and I kept coming back to how game changing clarity can be when you get clarity on your path. Who am I? What am I meant to do? What am I meant to be?

[00:07:05] Allyson Scammell: What do I need to heal? And how it can just be a game changer. So, I am excited to have you and to unpack this. So, I wanna start with this question. I like that you say that your superpower is making sense of chaos and then turning that chaos into a clear and powerful business and life strategy.

[00:07:26] Allyson Scammell: Beautiful. Could you tell us why would you want to make sense out of our chaos? Why we wouldn’t wanna just run away from our chaos? What

[00:07:35] Dolores Hirschmann: does it look like in 2022 to try to drive to a destination that you’ve never been before without a gps?

[00:07:44] Allyson Scammell: you get lost.

[00:07:46] Dolores Hirschmann: Same. And what does feeling lost feel like? A tightening of the chest, loss of drive, feeling of inadequacy, feeling of not enough, and most important feeling that we’re running out of time.

[00:08:03] Dolores Hirschmann: Mm.

[00:08:04] Allyson Scammell: Yeah. The worst feeling. Yeah. So,

[00:08:09] Dolores Hirschmann: so, clarity is not something that someone can give you, but clarity is something that someone can guide you to. And what I have realized over the years is that what I bring to the table is frameworks for clearly thinking. Nice. And in that help, you arrive to your destination or arrive to your path, not necessarily the destination, because honestly, who cares about the destination?

[00:08:39] Dolores Hirschmann: Have you ever arrived to a destination and realize that journey was so much more fun? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Why do we go on road trips and eat some junk food here or there and play music in the car with the kids or your partner and you’ll get there and yeah, wherever you got there, it’s fun. But you always remember that

[00:08:56] Allyson Scammell: drive.

[00:08:57] Allyson Scammell: Yeah. Love it. So how does the actual chaos itself, like what the chaos is, the texture, flavor, the circumstances of the chaos, how does that actually point us to our clarity, do you think? Yeah,

[00:09:12] Dolores Hirschmann: so first of all is how do we perceive that chaos? Like if we, depending on the vibration in which you put to that chaos, you could actually look at a kitchen as a very chaotic, dirty kitchen because

[00:09:26] Dolores Hirschmann: all the ingredients are on a table and there’s flour everywhere. Or you can look at the kitchen as, oh my God, I’m about to make holiday cookies, and it’s exciting and it’s fun, and it’s not messy because it’s messy with a purpose. Mm-hmm. the first thing is how are you experiencing your chaos? Are you experiencing your chaos as outta control, doom is coming like a very messy kitchen, or are you experiencing the chaos

[00:09:55] Dolores Hirschmann: as I’m about to cook something incredible? So first is redefining or reframing what a moment of chaos and let’s go plain English. What is a moment of chaos? Usually in our lives there’s days of chaos, but then there’s seasons of chaos or longer periods of chaos, which in my experience and working with clients, it always is

[00:10:23] Dolores Hirschmann: a moment of creation. If you are open to it, like in the, and I’m gonna be cliche, but you know, when you turn 40 or when you turn 50, or when you turn 30, that there’s moments in your life that are typically more kind of hallmark. Supposed to be, call it crisis, call it chaos, call it confusion, call it, I’m not sure what I’m gonna do next.

[00:10:45] Dolores Hirschmann: Like my daughter is 21, she’s graduating from college, and she is experiencing the chaos and she says, mama, it feels like my last year of high school where I was so anxious of what’s gonna happen next year when I don’t have a schedule to go to school every day. And I’m sitting with her and I’m showing her, okay.

[00:11:05] Dolores Hirschmann: How did senior year transition to college turn out? You felt what you felt, and it was what it was. Did you do okay at the end not knowing that you’re graduating from college? Like, well, yeah, it wasn’t fun, but it was fine. Okay. So, you’ve done this before and so through the seasons of life, we come back to places and moments of the soup is simmering, is not ready to be eaten, but the ingredients are on the table and we mix them together and we put more salt or less pepper or whatever.

[00:11:41] Dolores Hirschmann: But ultimately, we’ll be okay. So, so, so chaos is your kitchen about to make a really yummy recipe if you are open to that way

[00:11:50] Allyson Scammell: of looking at it. Nice. I like metaphors and, in this metaphor, oh, you’re gonna have a lot of them. Oh, that’s great. And I love cooking metaphors cause I enjoy cooking. It sounds like it would also help you in this situation to look around and not see a messy kitchen or like My daughter loves to bake.

[00:12:09] Allyson Scammell: I think she likes to bake more. She’s six and I think she likes more because it’s an opportunity just to eat the results and get the sugar,

[00:12:18] Dolores Hirschmann: and that’s

[00:12:18] Dolores Hirschmann: a

[00:12:18] Allyson Scammell: really good reason. Yeah. But I think she actually likes the process too. And so, so she’s always like, mama, can we make cupcakes? Can we make cookies? And a lot of the times I’m like, no, because it just feels like a lot of work for me.

[00:12:31] Allyson Scammell: And I’m like, oh, and then the kitchen’s gonna be a mess and blah, blah. So, if I would reframe that too, she genuinely loves to bake. I do too. This is our time to hang out together, to bond and do something together that’s not watching TV or whatever. So that’s the first thing, the reframe. And that makes perfect sense.

[00:12:51] Allyson Scammell: And I’m wondering, using this metaphor, does it help to clean the surface first before you get it messy? So literally,

[00:13:00] Allyson Scammell: like, and now we’re talking cooking. So, it’s interesting how you’re bringing this angle because that’s what I do. I clean the kitchen, then I bring all, like, make sure everything is clean and the surfaces like are shiny.

[00:13:14] Allyson Scammell: And then I grab the recipe, look at the ingredients, put them on the table. And so, here’s how we translate this, is that in the seasons of cooking, in our lives, cooking a new adventure, cooking a new face of our lives, you don’t cook overcook. You don’t cook on the surface, you just cooked. There’s a moment and a place for cleanup.

[00:13:38] Allyson Scammell: It’s funny that when you were just introducing, well, talking about what we were gonna talk about and you talk about clarity, I just, I’m just gonna use a very silly metaphor, but I literally had my hair done two days ago. Looks great by the way. Thank you. You’re welcome. And then they were trying to dry it and I said to her like, it feels like very weird, like texture

[00:14:00] Allyson Scammell: and she’s trying to dry it and it wasn’t drying well. And she said, what shampoo are you using because I think you have buildup. And so, she actually took me back to the sink and used, she used a product that is a clearing product and she washed two or three times with this clearing product, and she said, yeah, you are using some kind of shampoo

[00:14:24] Allyson Scammell: that is staying in your hair is building up and there is no capacity to shape your hair anymore to, it’s stiff. Mm-hmm. And so, it’s interesting when you were talking about what we were gonna talk about, I said, ah, exactly. Clarity is preceded by clearing. Yeah. And that’s what you’re getting at, is that we need to be constantly

[00:14:50] Allyson Scammell: as a habit, the same way that we brush our teeth, the same way that we exercise our bodies is whether you do it through meditation or through singing, or through whatever way is a consistent clearing and cleanup of your internal, you call it chaos, but we don’t always have chaos of your internal emotions and thinking

[00:15:11] Allyson Scammell: and energy actually comes down to energy is a daily practice of energy clearing and I’m sure you teach this to your clients, but, and I never thought about it that way, but clarity cannot come. Good cookies will not come from a very dirty kitchen. Clarity will not come from a being who hasn’t taken the time to allow energy to go through.

[00:15:39] Allyson Scammell: Mm, mm-hmm. So, when we, and, and, and I was hear listening to you talking about your shift and the concept of the spiritual openness and the idea of living a life of co-creation versus being limited to our own creation. I feel like I am very, I’m an end unit of a network. And when I disconnect, I’m not part of the network.

[00:16:04] Allyson Scammell: And it says, remember those in, in corporate offices that the computers on the desk actually can’t do anything if they’re not connected. If you unplug the network, it’s just a box. I don’t even know that you can open a document like they, it’s like a monitor. Like a monitor without a computer next to it.

[00:16:22] Allyson Scammell: It’s just a thing that you can turn on. There’s lights, but it won’t do anything. It won’t even project anything cause you have to feed it and so, so living alive or you’re just a monitor without a feed on the higher level energy and capacity of creation at the level of universe is just very limited. It’s just, there’s almost a very hard process of creation.

[00:16:48] Allyson Scammell: Like very,

[00:16:50] Allyson Scammell: I can’t, I mean, I can’t imagine creating any other way. I feel like it would probably be pretty boring if I ever just cut off connection to source and like, I’m gonna, I’m gonna go at, on my own with what’s in my brain. I don’t know that I would like what would come out. You

[00:17:08] Dolores Hirschmann: won’t go, you will go too

[00:17:09] Allyson Scammell: far.

[00:17:09] Allyson Scammell: No. Yeah, I’m just, I love it. I’m loving the cooking metaphor because I’m a pretty, I’m a projector, my human design type and we projectors like, we both are, right? Yes, yes. You are too. Projectors like we like organization, and we like very focused energy, so I like to have a very organized space and I don’t even think I could start cooking.

[00:17:32] Allyson Scammell: It would be a very unpleasant process for me. And then I’m someone who naturally likes to cook typically to start cooking on a messy surface. Like, like fans (inaudible)? Yeah, if my husband made a mess and didn’t clean it up and then I have to come down and make dinner for the night, I would literally clean up the whole kitchen first, and then I would do, as you said, then I would get out my ingredients and then I would start cooking and making my mess that I would make for dinner, whatever.

[00:17:57] Allyson Scammell: So, I’m loving this conversation. I have another, I have another one, another, another. And this was getting to know my human design type really helped me with this, the divine timing of clarity arriving because yeah, we are all people, right? We live in a go, go, go, now, now, now society where we want things to happen yesterday and we put pressure on ourselves, comes from the collective that we have to have it all figured out now.

[00:18:23] Allyson Scammell: And my spirit guides always tell me that you always need to know what you need to know, when you need to know it, and not a minute before and so I’ve really realized that that holds so true with so many things in life to include our clarity. There’s a divine timing for it to arrive. So my question is, your thoughts on the divine timing of clarity arriving, and do you think there is a way to clear the path, if you will, to invite the clarity in maybe with a greater ease and flow.

[00:18:57] Dolores Hirschmann: So, I’ll give you an example of my life that is a micro-example that can be translated to this concept that you’re bringing. So, I started my coaching business in 2014. It has it’s, it has had its shifts and iterations, but for the sake of conversation, I’ve been in a way working with an online calendar and tight schedule and back to backs for a long time.

[00:19:27] Dolores Hirschmann: And it would happen that something I messed up in the calendar and a meeting would overlap. Or I had someone scheduled for months and a doctor appointment came up and I’m like, oh my God. It doesn’t, you know, I have to change something, and I hate changing client’s appointments. Like I, I will do anything to not move them ever.

[00:19:49] Dolores Hirschmann: I’m the

[00:19:50] Allyson Scammell: same

[00:19:50] Dolores Hirschmann: way. And over sometimes I started noticing that when some of that would happen. I mean, now I’m counting on it. I was like freaking about it and started to trust and now I count on it, which is the, the extreme experience, right of letting life evolve. And I know, and Allyson it’s just, I can’t, this is the one thing in my life that I know if my calendar has a conflict, I count on it resolving itself

[00:20:26] Dolores Hirschmann: meaning the doctor appointment changed the appointment or the client’s like, I’m so sorry but I need to move this, or I can’t believe, but I can’t, like I count on the solution showing up. So why am I sharing this? Is that as I started to allow that reality to exist in my life, that that experience of I’m counting of something that might make me nervous, will actually solve itself.

[00:20:56] Dolores Hirschmann: It has begun to help me build, and the one ingredient that you need is trust that anything that I can perceive in my body as a flaring of stress or nervousness or anxiety or oh, what is gonna happen to this, it’s allowing me to know is that okay, bring it on. What is the decision? What is the move?

[00:21:21] Dolores Hirschmann: What is the next task? The clarity of what that is, it’s gonna come right on time and it never fails.

[00:21:31] Allyson Scammell: Mm. Can I just tell you, Dolores, I have the exact exactly as you described, experience with my calendar. If I wake up and I’m like, oh my God, I’m overbooked today. And we’re projectors. So, we are not meant, we are not designed to be overbooked.

[00:21:47] Allyson Scammell: Right? Yes. And I’m just like, oh, it feels so heavy. I

[00:21:50] Dolores Hirschmann: am very much. Many days, but yeah. Yeah.

[00:21:52] Allyson Scammell: Well, exactly. I, well, yes, and I will wake up and be like, oh my God, I’m overbooked today. I know somebody is gonna contact me to reschedule and I don’t have to do a thing. Nothing. I don’t have to do a thing.

[00:22:04] Dolores Hirschmann: It’s amazing. It’s amazing to think it, and, and I, and I wanna, for those listening, and I want you to listen to this carefully, there is no emotion of neither frustration nor anger, nor any low vibration energy around the thought of,

[00:22:27] Dolores Hirschmann: I wish I had an hour between calls today. Like there’s no judgment, there’s no, we’re not, not liking our lives. We’re not liking our clients. Like, like it’s not, there’s none of that. It’s simply you could, you could even rephrase it and say, hey universe, can you please give me some space today? That’s it.

[00:22:50] Dolores Hirschmann: Yeah. That’s the request. Can you just make space for me today?

[00:22:55] Allyson Scammell: And. That is so beautiful. I love it. I love that you have that experience with your calendar. I, it’s weird, it is and it’s beautiful. And so, if you ever listener out there thinking, I just don’t know if this would work for me, just be open to it because it’s when we try to control our time where

[00:23:13] Allyson Scammell: it doesn’t work out. Like these things kind of tend to not happen, but when you just open up to it and say, universe, I need some space here today, help me out. And you’re just relax into it and trust that something’s gonna shake loose, I promise you things will shake loose for you. Okay, so I love the title of this episode.

[00:23:34] Allyson Scammell: We’re calling it clearing, clarifying Your Idea Worth Sharing. So we talked about some ways you can get the clarity and the divine timing of getting clarity. How do we know that an idea is worth sharing or it needs a little bit more time, or it just needs to go in the bin for a while? How do you know when an idea is ready to be shared with a loved one?

[00:23:56] Allyson Scammell: An audience? A client? Yeah. First of all

[00:24:00] Dolores Hirschmann: is how long does it take to share it? If it takes to like 15 minutes? Yeah. Not ready. Like, like six words. One sentence. Succinct. You open your mouth, and the other person gets it. I love that. There’s that level of readiness there. Complexity. You don’t master anything unless you can make it simple for those that haven’t mastered it.

[00:24:30] Dolores Hirschmann: And so, when you can communicate an idea in a simple, straightforward way, it means you’ve mastered it. So please don’t go and, you know, just go fix the world with an idea you woke up with that morning, like, take the time to at least master it within yourself. So, there’s a mastery part here. But second is like you might ask, okay, that’s cool, but what if it’s the wrong idea?

[00:25:00] Dolores Hirschmann: And so that takes a couple of layers. One is your internal knowing and I’m K N O W I N G. There’s like, like internal knowing when there’s a groundness to a thought versus, hey, that could be fine. Like I have ideas all day long. I am the most generous idea person you can find or probably you are too meaning you come into my world, and I’ll have an idea,

[00:25:27] Dolores Hirschmann: I will give it to you whether you’re my client or not. Why? Because I know that part of my being is channeling great ideas, and I also know I’m not called to execute on all of them. Mm. So I gift ideas all day long. I’ve also monetized some of these ideas. I had an idea a couple of years ago. I created a solution; I mean a product around that idea.

[00:25:51] Dolores Hirschmann: I always knew I was not born to grow that idea, but I created some action around, I grounded it, and I sold it and it’s become a multimillion-dollar business. It was an idea I was called to birth but give up for adoption. Wow. That’s pretty cool. There’s those ideas that you never birth, that you just, there’s seats and you give them, there’s ideas that you birth, but you can give out for adoption.

[00:26:23] Dolores Hirschmann: That called, that’s called IP. And that’s called selling your IP or licensing your IP. And then there’s ideas that are called to birth and raise like my company.

[00:26:34] Allyson Scammell: What, what do you, what’s

[00:26:35] Dolores Hirschmann: IP? Intellectual property.

[00:26:37] Allyson Scammell: Oh, right. Yeah.

[00:26:41] Dolores Hirschmann: That you create a way to pack to you. So, an idea is just a fluff.

[00:26:48] Dolores Hirschmann: It’s a spark. It’s really, you can say, oh, it’s so worth a lot. Yeah, me and is the spark worth a lot if it can never turn into a fire? Not really, it’s just like that. But an idea grounded with enough, enough meaning to it, like enough thinking enough, you can call it processes, you can call it systems, like an idea that has been formulating a framework that can be taken into action.

[00:27:16] Dolores Hirschmann: Or that a pilot has been executed, that’s something you sell. So, if anybody listening here is an idea person, then I’ll ask, okay, some ideas you give away, some ideas you birth and you give up for adoption, you could actually be financially very abundant by packaging ideas for someone else to execute.

[00:27:37] Allyson Scammell: That’s really cool. And from a human design perspective, you know, if you’re a manifestor, you are not meant to implement, you are meant to launch the thing and then hand it off, right? So, we’re, we’re all not designed to be seeing ideas through from beginning, middle, end, we’re in this together, right? We’re in a team, and some people are the idea people.

[00:28:02] Allyson Scammell: Some people are the launch people; some people are the execution people. Some people are the wrap up, how did it go people? So, I think this is important part of clarity is knowing what, where are you in in you know, going from creative spark to execution to completion kind of thing.

[00:28:20] Allyson Scammell: Full cycle. Yeah,

[00:28:21] Dolores Hirschmann: yeah, yeah. And you know, when we talk, we’ve talked about, about clarity around business and action, but where do we start is clarity of self. You know, you cannot accept your calling if you don’t know who you are.

[00:28:35] Allyson Scammell: Well, yeah, and I think we tend to beat ourselves up too. People who are not follow throughers and who are not designed to be follow throughers.

[00:28:45] Allyson Scammell: The people who are meant to get the big idea and pass it on. I think society tells us that, you know, it’s your idea, you, you do all the work, you implement it and see it through the end. And I think that that’s the identity people take on for themselves. Like, I had this great idea, now I need to put it into motion.

[00:29:04] Allyson Scammell: I know a lot of my clients who are not put it into motion people, they really beat themselves up and they beat themselves up for having a lot of ideas. Well, I have this idea, that Idea and this idea, but I, you know, and they don’t have the desire naturally to be the implementer. So, I think this is another great permission we can give ourselves is just to be the person we’re

[00:29:25] Dolores Hirschmann: designed to be.

[00:29:26] Dolores Hirschmann: So, I’ve been very, I mean, I’m a coach, that’s my background. I’m also strategist and all that and I have been very, very intentional about that journey for myself and for my clients. You know, every client that comes in, I make sure that I, we do some personality testing to understand who they are. So, I created my own solution.

[00:29:46] Dolores Hirschmann: Masters in Clarity is populated with the team. My, my team is everything I am not. Yeah. And so that has allowed me to spend 80% of my time being in my brilliance if you want and allows them to be 80% of the time in their brilliance, which is opposite as mine. And so, who do we work with? We work with other visionaries and idea people who just need a team around them to run their business for them.

[00:30:17] Dolores Hirschmann: And that’s what Master in Clarity does. Like I work on the vision side. 90% of the work that we do at Masters in Clarity is not done with me, it’s done with my team because literally we ground the idea for our clients and we create, either we do it for a client or we hold the client and the client’s team accountable to the execution.

[00:30:41] Allyson Scammell: That’s beautiful. I first studied under Martha Beck for my Life Coach certification in 2014, and I always just remember her saying using the example of Lord of the Rings and how they went on this epic journey together and they were all, they all had different powers, you know, and you had the Elf, and you had the human, and you had the Hobbit.

[00:31:07] Allyson Scammell: And together they formed this amazing team because they all had different superpowers that they brought to the fight. Mm-hmm. . And she said, when we hire, we have this natural tendency to gravitate towards people who are like us and see the world like us. And she said, don’t do that because I mean, potentially. Yes, yes

[00:31:29] Allyson Scammell: do that and make sure that you’re hiring people who have the skill sets that you don’t, and it’s the skill sets you don’t really wanna have because it’s not your genius. And that just always, I always thought that was such a good analogy and I really took that with\ me. So very, very brilliant. Dolores, I have loved this conversation.

[00:31:48] Allyson Scammell: You have such a great energy. I really loved what you said about, you know, it’s ready to share when you can get succinct with it and say it in a sentence. I just have to say it. That is, that’s not an easy thing to do, and that is such a good indicator that you’re ready, you’re ready to share. So, I would love to ask you to leave our listeners with an invitation, inviting them anywhere you wish them to go.

[00:32:12] Dolores Hirschmann: Yeah, so when you are looking for that succinctness that we were just saying, and it is not easy, I will invite you to find that succinctness within, and I’ll give you a metaphor so that you can actually make this easy. So, whatever it is that you’re gonna wanna bring into this world, tell it to your 10-year-old, your internal version

[00:32:39] Dolores Hirschmann: of your nine, 10-year-old self. Ooh, that’s good. That’s

[00:32:43] Allyson Scammell: it. I love that. I love that. I have to share, you know, I did this pivot in my business and I launched a new program and I think it’s so, so, so good. And I sent it, I’m working with a coach right now, and I sent it to her. I sent the, what you would call it, the sales page to her

[00:33:04] Allyson Scammell: and I said, you know, what feedback do you have for me? And she said, it is so great, Allyson but you gotta simplify it. So, I’m gonna do and send it over. Send it over, send it to me. Right. I’ll send it to you and I’m gonna do this exercise.

[00:33:19] Dolores Hirschmann: Are you open to my feedback? I’ll send it to me. I’ll give you feedback.

[00:33:23] Allyson Scammell: I’m beyond open to your feedback. Oh my gosh, yes, please. Yes. I will send it your way. Amazing. Yes, and I’m gonna do this exercise and I’m gonna try to explain it to my 10-year-old self,

[00:33:33] Dolores Hirschmann: or your

[00:33:34] Allyson Scammell: six-year-old daughter. Or my six-year-old daughter. That’s exactly what my coach said to do. Have your six year

[00:33:39] Dolores Hirschmann: old daughter actually read it and say, what did, what did you get from

[00:33:42] Allyson Scammell: that?

[00:33:43] Allyson Scammell: It’s so funny you should say that because she actually told me to explain it to my six-year-old and see if she gets it. And I can tell you now, Dolores, I don’t think she’d get it right now. Well,

[00:33:52] Dolores Hirschmann: so, here’s the thing, and I know we need to wrap up, but we are only talking, think of it, the people that the we humans in the world, we look like adults.

[00:34:03] Dolores Hirschmann: I don’t know that I’m an adult. Like I just turned 50. I don’t get that. Just doesn’t compute. If you really think broadly, we are typically talking to 8, 7, 8-, 9-, 10-, or 12-year-olds because most of us in the emotional state have kind of, I’m not saying everybody, but generally many of that have an emotional stop of, of interpreting the world at that age.

[00:34:38] Dolores Hirschmann: Because 99% have had some kind of experience that got them a little stuck in that age group. And so, we, most of us are in our journey of healing our child to grow into the adults we’re called to be. So, 90% of the people you are going to attract are going through that and you’re talking to their nine-year old’s, their internal nine-year old’s.

[00:35:00] Dolores Hirschmann: That’s

[00:35:00] Allyson Scammell: amazing. Oh my gosh, Dolores. Yes. I’ve loved this conversation. I think that coaches are talking about clarity all the time, but I think to have a really good, meaty, juicy conversation about clarity is special, and I feel like we’ve done that today. Please tell our listeners how they can find you.

[00:35:19] Dolores Hirschmann: Yes, coaches talk about clarity, but my company’s masters in Clarity is in our DNA and our name and masters in Clarity is where we teach you to master your own clarity. So, masters in and masters in clarity on social media and Dolores Hirschmann on Instagram. Perfect and follow

[00:35:43] Allyson Scammell: the show notes.

[00:35:44] Allyson Scammell: Absolutely. Yes. So, Dolores, thank you so much for sharing your wisdom today on Soul Guide Radio. Thank you.

[00:36:02] Allyson Scammell: And I’d like to thank you so much, dear listener for tuning in each week. We are growing at the Soul Guide Circle. I see our download numbers increasing week by week. I’m really grateful for you tuning in and hey, if you’re still listening to my words, you stuck with me till the end. And for that I am so grateful.

[00:36:22] Allyson Scammell: I’ve noticed that collectively, myself included, our attention, our attention span is actually getting tighter and tighter. It’s just how in the modern world, our brain is getting rewired to have shorter and shorter attention spans. So, when you do stay with me for a whole episode, even if you’re multitasking, that’s perfectly okay.

[00:36:44] Allyson Scammell: I am so grateful that you shared this time with me. And if you feel so called to leave us a rating and review, there is a link in the show notes where you can find the various places where you can leave a review. And I am so grateful in advance, and I will read your beautiful words on the air. And as always, until next time, may your soul guide the way.

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