We had the good fortune of connecting with Cheyenne Toledo and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Cheyenne, what do you think makes you most happy? Why?
What makes me happy? Being a service to others truly brings me happiness.. Being able to share unconditional love with those that have never experienced it before. Watching others light up with joy over something. You know all the little things that people look over? Such as, the way a plant hits the light just perfectly and you can see the skeleton of the leaf. The way the birds sound on a sunny day. The way kids have no filter and say what comes to mind. A fresh cup of coffee in the morning. That feeling after dying of laughter with friends. I could write an entire page of things that make me happy. But being a service to others is what makes me the happiest because it serves my purpose here on Earth. To truly be present and love those around me.
Can you give our readers an introduction to your business? Maybe you can share a bit about what you do and what sets you apart from others?
My business has evolved so much over the recent years. I work with people who struggle with loving themselves. I do this by holding space for them to go into their past and discover what has been causing them to lose confidence in themselves. While providing them tools to use to help rebuild their love towards themselves. I truly believe we all have a special gift/ gifts within us and sometimes we just need a little guidance bringing them to the surface. I am most proud of every single client I have ever worked with, because I know that inner work can be scary, and I know how much courage it takes to ask for help.
Getting to where I am now business wise was the furthest from easy. But I wouldn’t have it any other way. Just like anyone starting something new, it takes a lot of practice, and a lot of “oops that didn’t work” moments. but seeing clients lives transform is what has got me through it all.
One thing I learned was, my failures were my greatest teachers. They taught me that consistency and resiliency will keep me going no matter how hard things get. but I also learned my clients/students are MY teachers. As a life coach, many assume I know everything, but often times the client knows more. and it’s so freaking beautiful when the light turns on inside them and they realize this.
I often times forget I am working as this is my passion, to be a service to others.
Any places to eat or things to do that you can share with our readers? If they have a friend visiting town, what are some spots they could take them to?
My favorite spots in the city include coffeeshops. the best dancing spots, and the yummiest food. I would start by showing them my favorite coffeeshop in Gilbert called Mythical Cafe. This is the best place for entrepreneurs to enjoy others while having the space to work, while enjoying yummy coffee. Also a great place to catch up with a friend. I would then take them to the best burrito place called Burrito Express. DELICIOUS. Cheap and yummy. And if burritos weren’t a hit for them I would take them to Berry Divine in Tempe, they have the best ACAI in town. and my favorite country dancing spots include Harolds, Buffalo Chip, CB live and Denim and Diamonds. They have the best people and the best music for a lovely evening! and if a day trip was included Sedona would be the destination of choice. The beautiful vibes and scenery.
The Shoutout series is all about recognizing that our success and where we are in life is at least somewhat thanks to the efforts, support, mentorship, love and encouragement of others. So is there someone that you want to dedicate your shoutout to?
The reason I am so passionate about coaching is all dedicated to my family. They have inspired me in such a unique way to help others. Each family member has challenged me in different ways to be a better person. They have shown me how to love unconditionally. They have pushed me outside my comfort zone more times than I would like to admit. but this has allowed me to be an amazing coach for others. and I could not thank them enough.