How I’m Investing In 2022

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The Rise of the Feminine in Business

“… spiritually the female will now have her turn to lead mankind into the New Light. And eventually, this female spiritual light will permeate the entire range of human experience from female leaders in business and religion to female leaders of state… this female light will become so strong as to become obvious to all who live on this dear planet and will continue to grow for thousands of years.” Drunvalo Melchizedek, The Serpent of Light

Entrepreneurial Optimism and the Genius Level Concept – A Word of Warning

The other day, I was talking to someone with quite a bit of experience as an entrepreneur, although now he works in corporate America. It turns out he has a great idea for a new concept in the service sector, and he noted he’d been thinking about it for several years now. When he explained the concept I agreed that it was a good idea, but also thought that there may be some challenges with it due to the changing dynamics of the economy and the reality that it might be difficult to get corporations and government agencies to pay for this new type of service.

Less Coffee, Are You Kidding Me?

You’re a busy entrepreneur with many things to juggle at the same time: meeting new clients, attending networking events, upgrading your skills, launching new products or services, marketing your practice, and the list goes on. It’s understandable that many days, you probably feel tired, if not exhausted. Do you find yourself jump-starting your day with a cup of coffee, and visiting the coffee maker a couple more times during the day, just to keep up and feel energized?

Why You Must Pay Yourself First

One of the most common business practices and errors made by fledgling entrepreneurs is not paying themselves first. On face value the practice may look altruistic, or part of the selfless art of entrepreneurship, while others may view the practice as a pragmatic solution to cashflow shortages and the everyday problems experienced in small business. Altruistic it ain’t! If you don’t pay yourself first (as a matter of principle) then you are going down a path of self-degradation and destruction. Don’t do it!

How to Create Goals That Really Work

When talking about goal setting there are two time perspectives that matter – where you are now (current reality) and where you want to get to (future vision). Goal setting has long been favoured as the means to focus your attention and efforts on realising what you desire for the future.

Seven Steps to Improve Your Relationship With Money

Einstein said, “You can’t solve a problem with the same level of thinking that created it” and so it is with money. A greater understanding of your relationship with money starts with unveiling the subconscious beliefs you hold about money.

Enterprise and Spirit: Where Are You on Your Chakra Journey?

For the most part this blog is about leadership, especially enterprise leadership. It is my view that leadership is more akin to personal empowerment than many of the aspects it is often claimed to be about like delegation, strategic thinking, team building. All those aspects are relevant but secondary to self-awareness and self-mastery.

Coach Versus Mentor: How to Choose?

I’ve been associated with over a dozen coaching and mentoring groups over the past 10 years and they all have a different perspective and self-interest about the two modalities. What gets even more confusing is the fusion of different modalities from what I view as peripheral fields as they attempt to cash in on the hype that is coaching. So, if I’m confused then I’m guessing it is not only confusing to you, the user, but also that this confusion may serve as a deterrent to you choosing the right coach or mentor for you.

Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway

You have probably heard the phrase, Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway. Some of you may live by that mantra. Others may feel the fear and let it paralyze them, never taking risks, living a life of safety and complacency.

Vision Statement Vs Mission Statement: What’s the Difference?

What does your business stand for? What do you want your business to look like in 5 years? What inspires your team and lets them know what’s expected of them? Why should your customers buy your product? What are your guiding principles?

Challenge Yourself to Succeed!

When 15-year old Katie Ledecky won the Olympic gold medal in the 800-meter freestyle swim she said she did it by setting small goals and tuning out everything around her. Are you setting goals and challenging yourself to succeed? Every small goal you achieve brings you that much closer to your big goals. If you can complete just 3 goals this week you will be on your way! Before you jump into goal setting you need to know what you’re working towards. Setting goals without an overall vision is like creating individual squares for a patchwork quilt without a master plan. You may end up with a lot of beautiful individual pieces but no finished product. To really succeed, you need to start at the start.

Good Business Beginnings for an Entrepreneur

Where, When, Why… does an entrepreneur begin their business? Add in location, location, location. First, know that easy is NOT in the plan. There’s lots of E.U.I. in the process. Good business beginnings for an entrepreneur are imperative for long range success in any business.

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