episode 65: the power of being radically present in business with Ruby Warrington

Ruby Warrington Brand Yourself Blair Badenhop

Why she’s amazing:

Ruby is a British writer and thought leader currently living in New York City. After a long career in the world of journalism where she was Features Editor on the UK Sunday Times Style magazine, she decided to launch The Numinous, a cosmic lifestyle platform that updates all things “new age” for life in the Now Age.

Ruby’s other projects include the “sober curious” event series Club SÖDA NYC and a spiritual coaching program, Moon Club.

She is the author of Material Girl, Mystical World, and her most recent book, Sober Curious. Which offers an eye-opening new way to think about our relationship with alcohol. It reveals the enormous benefits that come from unlearning the mindless habit of drinking and embracing the life-enhancing choice of sobriety: greater joy, clarity, confidence, and connection.

In our conversation, she shares:

  • What it was like to grow up in a woo-woo, granola household on the English countryside and why she rebelled against it
  • How she combined her love for fashion and writing to create her incredible first career as journalist
  • Why the desire to know herself better led her into the realm of spirituality, astrology, mysticism, and wellness, and how it led to the birth of The Numinous
  • Why she believes pouring her passion into her work with The Numinous was key to its growth and getting a book deal
  • Her love for writing and the ways she is making moves to do more of it as a consultant and author
  • Why she says it’s so important to remove anything that is distracting us from our greatness— including the ways we may be self-medicating
  • And so much more!


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