About Elizabeth Lovius

Elizabeth Lovius is a Changemaker; a Leadership Coach, Mentor and Social Entrepreneur specialising in giving leaders headspace to let their wisdom lead. She is an international speaker, author and award-winning trainer and facilitator. 

Elizabeth has experience across all business sectors including: Hospitality, Food, Retail, Manufacturing, IT, Banking, Government, Healthcare, Creative Media, TV, Social Enterprise, Start-up and Sports. She is Founder of Kindred Spirit Consultancy one of the first 100 Bcorps in the UK where the focus is on business as a force for good.

Elizabeth has:

over 25 years experience in all sectors  (extensive experience in the Hospitality, Food, Media and Retail Sectors) 

worked with over 100 organisations on their culture.

trained, coached and mentored over 10,000 individuals

specialised in the unique challenges and opportunities that leaders face

You can connect with her here:https://www.elizabethlovius.com/  



In this Episode  

In this sparkly conversation, Elizabeth talks about her childhood and being doted on by her eight uncles and aunties. 
In spite of having all that love she felt called, she had to go beyond the protection of her family to follow the calling.  She knew that something ‘truer’ was beckoning, so she left Australia to visit the world.  “At age 25 I left and I never lived in Australia again”.

In that process, during that journey, she discovered something about being human.  She discovered that two things are true, we are all really different and at the same time paradoxically we are all the same. 

During the conversation a verse of Rumi kept coming to mind: 

“Out Beyond the ideas of wrong and right doing, 
there is a field.
I’ll meet you there.
When the soul lies down in that grass,
the world is too full to talk about. 
Ideas, language, even the phrase ‘each other’
doesn’t make any sense.”

This was the essence of our conversation, Elizabeth points us to the truth of what she discovered during her travels.  I’ll let you discover the rest of the conversation without giving too much away. 
If you would love to be a guest, or if you know someone who would be a great guest, please get in touch via email: [email protected] or send me a personal message here:https://www.facebook.com/diane.xuereb.9


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