Posts tagged Mindset
Overcoming Fear to Pursue Your Passion
Overcoming Fear to Pursue your Passion

Join me and Walking in Other People’s Shoes for an intimate chat with their November guest blogger--recovering corporate lawyer/fitness entrepreneur Sheela Pai--about how she overcame her fear of ending her decade long legal career to pursue her passion of fitness consulting and blogging. We’ll discuss how she worked through her concerns about taking the leap and other hurdles she faced. Healthy snacks will be provided.

To reserve your spot, please RSVP by emailing Seating is limited! Tickets are $15 per person and can be paid via Venmo. 

Julia Baum is a licensed psychotherapist who helps creative entrepreneurs overcome productivity blocks, procrastination, and work/life imbalance. She uses evidence-based therapeutic practices, ancient philosophy, mindfulness, and understanding from her own background in the arts to help her clients reach their full potential. She holds a MSEd in Mental Health Counseling from Fordham University and a BFA from the School of Visual Arts. Julia works in private practice in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY. Find her on IG at @yestherapy, Twitter @juliabaum, or Facebook at @juliabaumtherapy.

Sheela Pai is a recovering former corporate litigator turned fitness consultant and blogger. As a consultant, Sheela works closely with studio owners and other fitness entrepreneurs to develop strategies for building their businesses and growing their communities. On her blog A Healthy Slice of Pai ( and Instagram (@ahealthysliceofpai) she shares her experiences and lessons learned as an active fitness enthusiast in the NYC boutique fitness scene, her triumphs and takeaways as she trains for the NYC Marathon and beyond, and her thoughts about current trends in fitness, health, and wellness. 

Walking In Other People’s Shoes is a blog community for women to inspire and encourage each other by sharing how they found their voices. In addition to the blog, they host workshops to help women to find and strengthen their voices.