Here's to life and business as You, just as you are

Here's to life and business as You, just as you are

A big shift for me has been to stop directing clients along the mainstream path, or mine, and start inviting them to take ownership of their own. It's now about inviting people into a space where they can BE. It is, actually, more about holding space for them as they create the space they need to have in order to freely be. What do you think? Do you do the same for clients?

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No need to answer just because they ask.

No need to answer just because they ask.

If you've been in business for a while, you've gotten these as well: "I cant afford you, but I'd like your help." I haven't touched on this for a while, but I thought it was important to revisit this. I hope it helps you to breathe easier. 

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Defining Entrepreneurship. Mainstream Media or You?

Defining Entrepreneurship. Mainstream Media or You?

Ryan Carson, CEO and Founder at Tree house, inspired post, with his video on LinkedIn. I touched on this briefly when I shared his post there. Still, I thought, just in case it might inspire someone, I should go a bit deeper on this topic. In his video, Ryan Carson mentioned three pillars of success the media rave about, but are not actual wins, if you want long term success...

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Inspiration to Create Your E.A.S.Y. Affluence Business Model™ by Successiory

Inspiration to Create Your E.A.S.Y. Affluence Business Model™ by Successiory

I used to say that entrepreneurship can be a lonely road for first-generation entrepreneurs. I mean, family keeps waiting for you to snap out of it, past colleagues think you're not around enough, even fellow entrepreneurs think you're doing it wrong. All of them often offer unwarranted, sometimes outdated or irrelevant, advice. Today, while I still acknowledge that entrepreneurship can be a lonely road, I'm clear that it doesn't have to be.

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The True Shift to a Global Wealth Mindset

We all seem to want cheap and free, but our global economy cant sustain that. Can you see the disconnect? Someone has to keep the flow of wealth (and well-being) going to ensure the wheel keeps turning. We assume that angel investors, venture capitalists, the stock market (i.e. your investments) and the government (i.e. taxes you pay) should take care of any shortfalls, but if we all stopped paying, how would they find the funds to do that? 

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