Heather Dominick

Heather Dominick is the founder and leader of the Highly Sensitive Entrepreneur® movement. Her teachings demonstrate how highly sensitive traits when used as strengths, rather than shadows, can create effective entrepreneurial success. Her deep wisdom reaches over 50,000 Highly Sensitive Entrepreneurs around the globe.

Heather is creator of the 2014 Stevie Award winning virtual event A Course In Business Miracles™: 21-Day Discovery Series that attracted close to 6,000 official registrants from all around the world including: Iceland, Nigeria, Russia, Asia, South America, Australia, Europe and the U.S. She has appeared on Lifetime Television and has been published in numerous books including Stepping Stones to Success along side Deepak Chopra.

An exceptional facilitator and teacher at heart Heather is known for creating a safe, sacred community for true transformation whether she is teaching a Business Miracles Class, delivering training in one of her online or in-person Courses or mentoring clients in her Coaching Programs. Heather’s work is a unique combination of the “inner and outer.”

Before becoming an entrepreneur Heather earned her Masters Degree from New York University in 1996, where she received her first coach training. She also worked as a public high school drama teacher for 8 years which included a close collaboration with business partner, Bette Midler on projects including transforming a classroom into a black box theatre and costuming her inner city students for productions like The Wiz from Bette’s former tours.

Heather has been a student of A Course In Miracles™ for over 30 years and is herself a Highly Sensitive Entrepreneur who has been successfully self-employed for over a decade, including creating 7-figure success. She has also managed to joyfully live in Manhattan, NY for over 20 years (as a highly sensitive!) and is where she still lives with her sweetheart husband, Stephen.

For more information, please visit www.BusinessMiracles.com.

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Who Do You Think You Are?

“Who do you think you are?” This wasn’t so much a question as a challenge I heard throughout my early life. It came from a lot of different people. It stopped me dead in my tracks, for a long time, from honestly living the answer. When I was 14, my mother died. I have never been able to determine if my life would have been better had she lived. I only know that it would have been different, but I always remember her believing in my ability and encouraging me to be, well, me. Who do you think you are?… Read more.