Do You Know Your Spirit Leader Design Type?
Lightworker? Gridworker? Energy Worker? Are you designed to shine like a lighthouse in your business or are you meant to create a foundation for all of us to stand on?
Take our quiz to learn more about your unique Spirit Leader Design and how you can use it to grow your business!
As a Lightworker, you thrive in spaces where you can inspire and influence people. In business, you are driven by the desire to share your personal stories and to help others learn through your experiences. You are naturally gifted at shining and people tend to gravitate toward you.
Lightworker entrepreneurs like you often prefer to build large audiences and to serve people in group settings. In fact, too much 1 on 1 time in business may actually really drain you. You don't shy away from attention, particularly in your business, which makes marketing more comfortable for you than for other types.
You often thrive in any job or business setting, because you make a GREAT first impression. But sometimes, you fear you won't be able to maintain that good impression.
When you are in perfect balance with your Lightworker primary, you feel playful, silly, interesting, passionate, energetic, exciting, and inspired. But out of balance? You may lean toward feeling chaotic, erratic, jittery, fearful, lazy, apathetic, and paranoid.
Famous examples of Lightworkers: Beyonce, Ariana Grande, Lucille Ball, Serena Williams
As a Gridworker, you thrive when you are building and creating, although it's quite common for Gridworker women to not recognize how creative you really are. This is because your creativity is often highly infused with structure, organization, and attention to detail.
In business, you are driven by the desire to create structure. This may mean that you create products or services that allow other people to more efficiently do the things they want to do or that you actually do those services for them.
Either way, Gridworker entrepreneurs like you often prefer supporting your clients in an intimate group and/or through passive, highly scalable products. Limiting 1 on 1 services that include a lot of face time is probably better for your energy, because you can get drained quite easily.
When your Gridworker energy is in balance, you feel totally in flow. Your work and life feel orderly and structured, and you carry a very peaceful energy in your heart that everyone around you can feel.
Out of balance, you may experience bouts of anger, resentment, and lethargy. You may also become very overwhelmed and controlling of your time and even other people in your life.
Famous examples of Gridworkers: Barbara Walters, Joanna Gaines, Jennifer Lopez, Oprah Winfrey
As an Energy Worker, you are highly emotionally fluent. You thrive in intimate 1 on 1 settings and small connection-based groups. Your jam is facilitating connection and, in groups, sisterhood. People might describe your energy as feeling "like home."
Energy Worker entrepreneurs like you often prefer to build communities rather than audiences. Smaller workshops and classes are a great way to build an audience and connect with them at a more intimate level than many marketing strategies. You truly thrive at connecting with your clients, so don't shy away from doing things like live video and even in-person events.
Burnout is a real danger for Energy Workers like you. Self-care isn't just a cute buzzword, it's absolutely vital for you to regularly maintain your energy and refill your cup. Energy Workers need a regular self-care routine that includes opportunities to process emotions, deep rest, and play.
When your Energy Worker energy is in balance, you feel calm, loving, and secure. You are amazing at transmuting energy - people literally feel better just having talked to you. It's a true gift.
When your energy is out of balance, people might joke you need a Snickers, lol. You can feel out of control, ragey, highly self-conscious and insecure, and energetically heavy - like a rain cloud that hasn't rained yet.
Famous examples of Energy Workers: Ellen Degeneres, Brene Brown, Susan Cain, Taylor Swift