Facilitator Profile: Brittany Luby

brittanyluby.png

Tell us a bit about why you facilitate this program:

I facilitate this program because I truly believe in it and I really want to master the mind shifts and practices it offers. The materials we cover are absolutely the remedy to a lot of my stress and blocks because they encourage digging deep while also zooming out so we can tackle challenges, goals, and forecast holistically. The way this program has changed my approach to business should definitely be shared, and I am thrilled to be a part of an effort that encourages agency, balance, and success!

What are your favorite parts of the program?

The goal planning is probably my favorite because it makes me feel like things are possible. It helps me to brain dump all of the big and little tasks and to-dos, and then actually prioritize them into an actionable and organized game plan. When I am overwhelmed, that visual game plan grounds me and helps me to refocus on what I can accomplish. It’s dreaming big but with boots on the ground.

The goal planning is probably my favorite because it makes me feel like things are possible.
— Brittany

What has most surprised you about your work as a facilitator?

One thing that surprised me was how much I truly enjoyed supporting others professionally. I have been so lucky to work with super intelligent and impressive teammates as well as participants and am grateful for how much mutual support we are able to provide each other. I look forward to continuing to grow in this role and for helping future participants to thrive!

Facilitator Profile: Shannon Byrne

33404487_10108123493126502_8051137593326174208_o.jpg

Tell us a bit about why you facilitate this program:

I believe small businesses play an important role in our ecosystem and economy. I get great joy from supporting those making their dream products or services a reality. I want to use my experience and skills to help the people who are working hard to create work they believe in because they don’t like what else they see in the world. Also, because the program was a game-changer for me and I want to help spread the good word and watch the impact it has on others!

I’ve learned I feel calm and collected and like I can tackle it all with well-built systems and a dashboard for managing my entire life.
— Shannon

What are your favorite parts of the program?

On a personal level, system creation. I can now manage multiple projects (I love it and it works for me) while having a personal life. I’ve learned I feel calm and collected and like I can tackle it all with well-built systems and a dashboard for managing my entire life. In terms of facilitating, I love reading through everyone’s discovery docs and watching them make life-changing realizations in real-time! Hearing their epiphanies is what fuels me.

What has most surprised you about your work as a facilitator?

People’s willingness to be vulnerable with one another. Anchor & Orbit is a truly special safe space.

Facilitator Profile: Devin Pope

Tell us a bit about why you facilitate this program: Because I believe in its philosophy and purpose down to the last detail! As you see on the sales page, I’m a alumni of the program and owe so much of my success and happiness in my work to what I worked through in the assignments, learned in the resources, and discussed in the one-on-one calls.

What are your favorite parts of the program? The Discovery section will always have a special place in my heart because that’s where I was able to get things out of my head and start to make sense of them. My secret favorite part of the program is that the assignments keep growing with me. There is never “done forever,” and I love that. I might get my competitive analysis done to a point that serves me well, but then a month or two later I can go back in and add to it and make new discoveries.

My secret favorite part of the program is that the assignments keep growing with me.
— Devin


What has most surprised you about your work as a facilitator? People’s inability to see their own wealth of knowledge. (And I know I’m like this, too.) A lot of what I do as a facilitator is looking and asking questions. I see people’s goals, and ask questions that the answers to will provide clarity and direction. The answers are alllll the participant’s and have usually been there for some time, they just needed the questions to be asked.

Facilitator Profile: Sarah Schulweis

_AnchorOrbit-Portraits-041818-0053.jpg

Tell us a bit about why you facilitate this program:

Hi! I’m Sarah! I’m the founder and author of this program. My vision for this program is truly coming to life these days. From the type of people who participate to the incredible facilitators who are making the program shift and grow as it should.

There are two big reasons why I started this program. I knew, because of the inquiries and the conversations I was having, that the support and framework I provided was necessary, but for those who were just starting (who really needed it most) they needed it to be more affordable and bite-sized.

I love to see the light bulb turn on in someone’s mind at the exact moment when it all comes together and they have a moment of clarity.
— Sarah

The other reason I wanted a program was to create a more sustainable and consistent income stream for my business. I knew I didn’t want to create a program that people bought and threw away, but something that was as effective as one-on-one work. *I* wanted growth and sustainability. The bonus was that I created a place to process, refine, and systemize all that I had learned about businesses, both through my education and through my real-world experience.

What are your favorite parts of the program?

This isn’t a “part” of the program, but the result of it -- I LOVE the epiphanies! I love to see the light bulb turn on in someone’s mind at the exact moment when it all comes together and they have a moment of clarity.

The real aspects of running a business, that create the most heartache, are solvable. Loneliness in your work is solved by group workshop days, systems can be created even when it feels impossible and the ambiguity about your finances and your market can be uncovered and from there, you can create a path to growth and productivity.

What has most surprised you about your work as a facilitator?

For me, this program was an experiment. So, it was less surprise and more excitement that a system and process was as effective as I wanted it to be.