Jenna Herbut 024

Jenna Herbut: Writing a Book in Bali, Deciding to Succeed, Trusting and Surrendering, and Picking Up Chicks at the Pool - 024

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Jenna Herbut

Jenna is the founder of Make It Show, one of the most popular and well-attended craft shows in Canada. She's also the founder of Conscious Lab a space for igniting the creative spark and is in the process of writing her book "Make It Happen". Jenna is FULL of spark, light, power, and wisdom. She is 100% herself and that is the power of Jenna. To know her is to love her. 

On this episode, I talk with the founder of the Make It Show. To know Jenna is to know someone who is absolutely unapologetically herself. While I was editing this episode I caught myself laughing and smiling at the essence that is Jenna Herbut. She's a powerhouse and a natural born entrepreneur.

During this interview, we enjoy some wine while sitting out on the patio in Ubud, Bali. Jenna and I get into some deep and extremely inspirational and REAL conversation. It will leave you feeling empowered, equipped, and with a big smile on your face. 


  • Self-doubt.

  • The power of the mind.

  • The fear of taking a risk.

  • Why Jenna loves Bali and the reminders it gives her around letting things happen as they're meant to.

  • Picking up ladies at the pool.

  • The importance of just allowing and leaving space for the miraculous.

  • How life never looks exactly as you think it will look and the importance of setting an intention and letting go of control.

  • How Jenna grew up listening to Tony Robbins.

  • The importance of listening to patterns and impulse and not sitting with decisions for too long.

  • Ernie and Bert feelings - what it means and why you need the balance between the two.

  • The importance of focused effort and "sitting your butt down in the chair".

  • Jenna's book called "Make it Happen" that is soon to be launched!

  • Her experience while writing the book.

  • Jenna's first business Booty Beltz and how it went from an idea to a full-fledged business.

  • How the Make it Show started.

  • Why Jenna had a bar at her first craft show and how she shook things up!

  • How the Make it Show has grown from its roots to where it is today.

  • Asking the question, what is the secret sauce to making it big?

  • Katie's first "business" as a kid.

  • The importance of making the decision to succeed.

  • Listening to Abraham Hicks.

  • The importance of making a commitment and knowing when to reach out for help.

  • How to know when it's time to quit and move on to the next thing.

  • The story of the "super hot dude" from Australia who worked at a gas station and turned down working as a model.

  • "Boats and bros" - we ladies deserve it ;)

  • The importance of asking your call as opposed to answering everyone else's cause.

  • The importance of letting go of attachment to any specific ideas or visions.

  • Why we need to "trust and surrender" in order to open ourselves up to the gifts life is trying to give us.

  • Why western culture has a hard time trusting ease and often sees it as laziness.

  • Why the things that are meant to be will be easy once we trust and surrender.

  • The concept of collective consciousness and the importance of who you surround yourself with.

  • The warm hug that is Bali.

  • What our "internal thermostats are" and why it's important to understand its there.

  • Being careful of self-sabotage.

  • The story of struggle that we tell ourselves and how it doesn't help us.

  • The importance of inviting ease into your life and believing in it.

  • Why we need to be aware of the energy we're bringing to any situation.

  • Diving deeper into Jenna's experience writing a book and the realizations she's had.

  • How you can look at anything with a different perspective that will shape how you feel about any specific material. It is what you make it.

  • How Jenna's perception of herself has shifted since writing this book.

  • The importance of working in a space that feels good.

  • Why money and your self-worth are linked and the importance of deciding that you're worth it.

  • The amazing question of "Who decides that you're worth it?" - The importance of deciding for yourself.

  • The guy who gamed trip advisor, and the power of suggestion.

  • How you can always tell if someone has "wobble" when they're not fully owning their value.

  • The importance of looking yourself in the mirror and asking yourself honestly.

  • Rapid Fire Questions:

  1. If you could be frozen at any age what would it be?

  2. If you could invite any 5 people (dead or alive) to a dinner party who would you invite?

  3. What book are you reading right now?

  4. What advice Jenna would give her 20-year-old self.

  5. What is her Rebel Cause?