5 Ways to Improve Your Mental Environment to Invite New Opportunities


CEO/Founder: Angel Quintana      Photo: Angel Quintana    Magazine: Issue#36


It’s no new concept to the Holistic Fashionista that space and energy are vital components to a healthy mindset and a healthy business. Whether it’s rearranging furniture, filing old paper work, or getting a new haircut, sometimes it’s even something as small as mending a few items of clothing that will help sales flow like water. It’s imperative that we keep the chi flowing.

As we enter a new season, the second quarter, slowly peeling off the layers we endured over the winter, just as we practice daily gratitude or our much needed yoga routine, it’s also important that we look around and discover what no longer serves us: a beat up desk that’s more falling apart than vintage, an ancient cell phone that makes social networking nearly impossible, goopy nail polish that belongs in the trash, or expired make-up that could be the culprit of those less than glowing skin days.

Here are several ways you can improve mental environment to invite more opportunities as we move into one of the busiest seasons!

1:: Desktop/Back-Up Drive Dump

Look, I’m not preaching here, my desktop is usually a HOT MESS, but from time to time I have to clean it up because, well, it’s just necessary. I wish I was one of those OCD people when it came to making folders for everything on my computer, but I’m not. Do yourself a favor and say goodbye to outdated Facebook banners or old advertisements you made for Instagram (that didn’t perform). And when that waste basket is full, empty it. You’ll feel almost as great as that last organic facial you had last weekend!

2:: Jewelry Box Purge

Most of us fashionistas have a jewelry box and some of us still have jewelry we wore in high school— you know what I’m talking about— some plastic techno rings or cheap-o metals that contain harmful toxins like nickel. Do your body and your brain a favor and go through your jewelry box and donate or toss any jewelry that you won’t wear anymore. If it’s something sentimental, give it to your daughter or donate it to a women’s shelter. Another woman’s trash is another woman’s treasure, right?

3:: Color Coordinate Everything

Just yesterday I went on an organizing frenzy and even color coordinate not only my wardrobe, but my collection of shoes. If you’ve followed me in the past, I’m a fan of color coordinating things: books, dishes, etc… And while I do not follow the traditional rainbow when color coordinating items, I am a fan of mixing it up while keeping it coded. For instance, if you have a couple leopard printed tops and a whole bunch of camel-colored blouses, because beige is a color in a leopard print, I would pair those colors together. Heck, I may even throw black into the mix. Have fun with color coordinating. It’s super creative and the end result is usually stunning— just imagine waking up every morning with new outfits to pair!

4:: Trim Your Tresses

I realize it’s approaching festival season and long hair is all the rage, but as my hairdresser told me, long, unhealthy hair is not pretty and nor does it make you look younger. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had my Operations Manager trim my hair or taken a pair of shears to my pony tail… I know, I know— so wrong, but those dead ends were killing me! Book an appointment with your hairstylist to maintain healthy, strong hair. Then you can get new head shots taken! Double win.

5:: Unlock Your Kismet Client

As a business owner, we’ve all heard the term “target market”, but the majority of small business owners haven’t quite nailed who “their person” really is. We keep trying to put people into a box or write down a laundry list of characteristics or perhaps even where they shop. But there is something much more effective to discovering your target market, and that is to unlock your Kismet Client®. A Kismet Client® will make your business— not finding yours may break your business.

One of the biggest questions I hear time and time again from clients, academy students, and Club Members, is WHO is are their people? They’re all leaders and looking to grow their own tribe, so it’s paramount you know exactly who your Kismet Clients are so you can pick them out of a crowd, get the right traffic to your website, and clear your mind from all the questions around this topic! This is a topic that keeps most entrepreneurs up at night!

It may sound cumbersome, but rolling up your sleeves and getting to clearing our your clutter, refining your look, and working on your business are mandatory ingredients to success.

Believe it or not, I plan to use all five of these tips to help you unlock your Kismet Client! Join me a a complimentary live class powered by The Holistic Fashionista Academy: The 4 Cookies That Will Make or Break Your Business!

Come join me and let’s show Spring who’s the real lady boss!



Angel Quintana is the founder and CEO of Holistic Fashionista®, a business academy and magazine helping philanthropists build boutique brands so they can help change the world. In The Holistic Fashionista Academy, she helps clients discover their Kismet Clients®, develop a product collection that represents their cause, and build well-thought out sales funnels to change more lives and make more money! 

In her book, Funnel Foreplay, she teaches change makers how to successfully quickly warm up cold leads and turn them into buyers. While her tattooed exterior shows her creative tough side and her road to success has been difficult, it is her thoughtful approach to brand building and unique selling approach that has won her thousands of raving fans. Angel and her businesses have been featured on: Apparel News, Examiner.com, Law of Attraction Radio, and spoken on stage at Digital Marketing for Business, At The Helm, and Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles, CA.

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