Intuition with Simi Boti
Simi Botic is a corporate attorney turned Certified Holistic Health Coach and co-creator of the Finally Free Program. Simi works with women, empowering them to feel confident in their bodies and to trust their intuition. In this episode, Simi discusses shifting careers, following her intuition and how having a baby changed her as a self-employed business owner.
The secret power of Simi’s mole, as well as her crush on Titanic-era Leonardo DiCaprio are also topics that might’ve come up.
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