Robin Hilton is a self-described multi-passionate entrepreneur with a lifelong passion to support women to be their authentic selves so they can let their guard down, and shine brightly and confidently in all areas of their lives. At RISE, Robin will be leading a Desire Map workshop to help you shine a light on how to want to feel, so you can create intentions that transform how you plan your day, year, career and life. Get to know her a little deeper — keep scrolling.
Ace: What’s one piece of advice you’d give your younger self?
Robin: “Be a rebel, love yourself fully”. I spent so many years with the belief that validation for my worth had to come from outside of myself. To know at age 16 that I could be my own source of infinite love and support would have been a game changer for sure.
Ace: Which women inspire you and why?
Robin: My clients who show up fully for themselves are, without a doubt, the most inspirational women I know. They dig deep, they answer really hard questions, and they do the work to love themselves radically and shamelessly. It’s powerful to witness, and inspiring to know that women are stepping up to the plate to do this work to heal themselves which will, in turn, heal the world.
Ace: What can guests expect you to talk about at RISE?
Robin: I’ll be sharing a Desire Map workshop where RISE guests can expect to dig deep into their Core Desired Feelings. They’ll get clear on what’s working and what’s not working, and how they most want to feel in key areas of their lives. We'll explore how they can use feeling good as a powerful navigation system that allows them to put their SOUL on the agenda more often. I’ll be reminding RISE guests again and again that feeling good is the primary intention, and it goes without saying that they can expect laughter, tears, dancing, and radical authenticity.
Ace: What is your proudest mistake?
Robin: My very first launch. Total flop. I had a great concept, great marketing, great leads, great strategy, great product, but, it wasn’t aligned with my soul purpose. It wasn’t in my zone of genius. I had completely misjudged my followers, didn’t follow my intuition, avoided my genius and did it anyway! I still put myself out there and publicly flopped a huge launch. It was a huge mistake, but it got me that much closer to my true purpose, and got me really comfortable with releasing my work to the world and feeling confident in doing so.
Ace: What does supporting women mean to you?
Robin: Unconditional love. Period. We need more of this. Whenever I’m at events or workshops with women, and we open up and share vulnerably, I see the immense power of having a space to be fully held, loved and supported being exactly who we are. No expectation to be anything different, feeling like we belong, and that we are loved completely in that moment. That’s support.
Ace: What’s your personal goal or resolution for 2019?
Robin: 2019 is the year of integrity for me. This is the year that I don’t break promises to myself — when I say I’m going to do something, I'm going to do everything in my power to follow through in the most loving, and badass way possible.