Magic Hands Pt. 4: Let’s get on with it | Some Scuffs

Through success and failure, the world spins madly on.

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Magic Hands is a four part mini-series that tells the story of yoga entrepreneur Sinnead Ali. Sinnead wrote a guidebook on special hand poses called mudras that are used to enhance your meditation, and started a crowdfunding campaign to get it published. The series follows her through the intense process and questions what it means to sell wellness.

 

30 days came and went.

Throughout the crowdfunding campaign for her mudra guidebook Moody Nails, yoga entrepreneur Sinnead Ali would periodically sit in front of the microphone to take stock of where she’s at in practical terms, and on an emotional level too.

This final episode in our mini-series Magic Hands is a collection of her thoughts and reflections during and after the crowdfunding. We talk about her definition of success, her aspirations for the book moving forward, and about life after the book.

To anyone who’s been following Sinnead’s story from the beginning of this series, thank you so much for your time and support. I hope you’ve learned a thing or two about entrepreneurship and the world of wellness and maybe about yourself.

Let me know what you think of the deep-dive mini-series format and if you’d like more of this sort of content (: (P.S. I reply ALL the emails I receive from you, so if you don’t get a response from me it’s time to check your spam folder.) xoxo

Theme music for Magic Hands was by Malika Avani, Derrick Siu and Kei Franklin. Sound design was by Lee Zhe Ren.  Find Sinnead on instagram here.

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